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The Minot Police Department is once again partnering with the American Automobile Association (AAA) to bring the “I Got Caught” summer safety campaign to the Magic City. While on patrol this summer, officers of the Minot Police Department will be looking for kids wearing helmets. If caught, a child may find themselves making a trip to a local Dairy Queen restaurant. As part of AAA’s “I got Caught” campaign, as many as 12,000 North Dakota youth will be issued a “citation” for a free small DQ cone for wearing a helmet while biking, skateboarding or in-line skating. Last year, approximately 1000 citations were issued in Minot alone.
Saturday, May 15th the ND Building Trades Unions along with the Missouri Slope Labor Council will be hosting a free food giveaway, starting at 10:00am . Location will be the Local IBEW 714 Union Hall at 125 35th Ave Northeast in Minot. First come first serve and while supplies last.
COME SEE ELSA AND FRIENDS BUILD A SNOWMAN! PRODUCED BY MCKINLEY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS in Minot
Disney’s Frozen KIDS is streaming online at Showtix4u.com from May 20-23rd at 6:30pm, and May 22 & 23 matinees at 2pm. The spectacular 30-minute musical, designed for elementary school-aged performers, is based on the 2013 Disney film and the 2018 Broadway adaptation. The McKinley Elementary cast includes 89 students. For information on purchasing tickets please visit McKinley Elementary's Facebook page or call 701-857-4615 for more information. This is a fundraising show for McKinley Elementary! Suggested ticket price is $10 per household, but there are tickets to fit anyone’s budget as we want everyone to be able to enjoy the magic
Thursday, May 20th from Noon to 3p roll up the sleeve and donate blood! Stop by Ryan Honda of Minot to donate. To schedule an appointment head to bloodhero.com
Saturday May 22nd from Noon to 5pm, the Ward County Historical Society will host the Pioneer Village Spring Fling and open house event. The Pioneer Village is located on Highway 2 & 52 just south of Burlington.
May 21st, 22nd & 23rd head over to Minot's First Lutheran Church for the spring rummage sale Friday the 21st from 1 to 5, Saturday the 22nd from 9 to 3 with lunch served, and Sunday the 23rd from 11 to 1. First Lutheran is also accepting gently used and new household items for this event. and can be dropped off at the church during business hours. M-Thur 9a to 3p and Friday 9a to noon.
Minot is proud to be hosting the 2021 North Dakota Horse Expo, June 4th, 5th & 6th with a special performance of "Gladius The Show." Vendors, Entertainment and more!
There will be a pancake breakfast & silent auction benefiting Jill Edwards on Saturday, June 5th form 6am to 2pm inside the Kenmare High School. Jill was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in February than stage 4 after the cancer was found in her vertebrae. Jill is doctoring both in Minot and Mayo. A Donation account has also been set up at Town and Country Credit Union under Jill's Benefit.
Ward County 4-H Achievement Days will be June 21st thru June 25th on the North Dakota State Fair Grounds. The public is invited take in all the shows, and admission is free. The 21st includes the open horse show, the 22nd will be the dog, cat, small and pet shows, the 23rd, the swine, sheep, dairy, goat and beef shows, and the 25th the Ward County Shootout!
The City of Minot is hosting a second virtual open house beginning today to provide information and collect public comments as part of the Broadway Corridor Study. The virtual open house will run from April 19 to May 17 at www.movingbroadway.com. Visitors to the site can review project documents, view corridor alternative overview videos, and submit comments. There will also be live question and answer sessions on May 5 for Broadway south of 20th Avenue SW and May 6 for Broadway north of 20th Avenue SW. You must register in advance to participate in the live sessions by contacting Bethany.firstname.lastname@example.org. “We are asking for the public’s help in prioritizing and refining the options that have been developed,” said City Engineer Lance Meyer. “The options we’re presenting now do not lock us into any final design. The information we’re gathering will help us determine what the final design will look like when we reach the point of design and construction, which is years from now.” The Broadway Corridor Study is a collaborative effort between the City of Minot, North Dakota Department of Transportation, and a consultant team.