Minot Area Community Calendar

The North Dakota State Parade will be held on July 24, 2021, officially beginning at 9:15am from the intersection of 18th Ave SW and S. Broadway. The parade will continue northbound to Burdick Expressway, then eastbound on Burdick ending at the State Fair Grounds. Prior to the parade, there will be a “Run the Route” foot race beginning at 8:45 AM. Therefore, the following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic: Beginning 08:00 AM until conclusion of the State Parade --South Broadway from Burdick Expressway to 18th Ave SW. Beginning at 08:30 AM until conclusion of the State Parade --Burdick Expressway from South Broadway to the ND State Fairgrounds south entrance. Motorists are asked to use alternative routes.

High Plains Fair Housing Center and Legal Services of North Dakota will co-host a webinar on Tuesday, July 27th at 12:30 pm on rights of being a renter in North Dakota - North Dakota tenants will have an opportunity to learn about evictions, leases, terminology, fair housing practices, and your rights as a renter in North Dakota. As well as important information about how tenants can access funds through the ND rent help program.

Minot's Fill The Bus is happening Wednesday August 11th, brought to you by Town and Country Credit Union, Minot Sunrise Rotary and The Salvation Army! stop by Town and Country Credit Union on South Broadway Wednesday August 11th-start shopping for those school supplies than drop off Wednesday August 11th, with many families in our community needing some extra help making sure the kids have the school supplies they need to head back to school. If your a family who would like information on how to be on the school supply distribution list please call The Minot Salvation Army at 701-838-8925

July 31st, there will be a two person golf scramble at the Westhope Golf Course with proceeds to towards the Annie's House Adaptive Recreation Program.

Boaters Reminded to Report Accidents

Regardless of how safe and cautious boaters are on the water, accidents happen. If a boating accident involves injury, death or disappearance of a person, an accident report must be completed and sent to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department within 48 hours of the occurrence.

If property damage exceeds $2,000, but no deaths or injuries occur, a boat operator has five days to file a report.

These reporting requirements are mandatory whether there is one or more boats involved.

A boat accident form is available on the Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov, at any Game and Fish office or by contacting a local game warden.

Saturday August 28th, from 9a to Noon don't miss the "Tails on Trails" 5K "For Belle's Sake Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation" will be hosting this event and coordinated by Run with Heart and Sole. Please join us to raise money and awareness for this awesome organization. This year, all proceeds will benefit the upcoming expansion project and general expenses.

REGISTER AT:https://runsignup.com/Race?raceId=96094

Dogs ARE allowed at this event. Dogs must be leashed during the 5K and owners must clean up after their pets.

Saturday September 25th, The Dakota Territory Air Museum will celebrate the contributions of women in aviation past & present! Food and drinks are part of the presentations. Don't miss this women, wine & wings events!

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