Minot Area Community Calendar

2020-21 Licenses Needed April 1

North Dakota anglers, trappers and hunters are reminded that new licenses for the 2020-21 season are required starting April 1.

Licenses can be purchased online by visiting the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. Once the license is processed, users will have the option to print a hard copy and/or download the license to a smart phone or mobile device, which is helpful when asked to show proof of license while hunting or fishing in rural areas that lack cellular service.

Event: South Prairie School's PTO Carnival

Date: Saturday, March 28th 2020

Time: 3:00 pm to :00 pm

Location: South Prairie School

Our annual PTO carnival is coming up! Come out and have a fun filled day with your family! Games, laser tag, face painting, bounce houses, and more will be available along with a new sponge throw this year! Concessions are available including hot dogs and everybody's favorite-taco in a bag! A live auction will follow the carnival! Please come out and help up raise money for the PTO. This is our biggest fundraiser which allows us to do events throughout the year such as; Donuts for Grownups, Top Hats and Tiaras, Field Day, SPRIF books, Santa Shop, and more for our children.

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Saturday, April 18th from 11 to 3 there will be a spaghetti dinner and silent auction Benefit for Jen & Kyle Brossart. room 301 at the Minot Auditorium. proceeds to help with expenses as Jen continues her battle with cancer.

The South Prairie School Senior Class invites you to their dine and dance event, Saturday, April 4th with a spaghetti supper, silence auction and Soul Shine. open to the public and for all ages. tickets can be purchased at the school. proceeds to fund the senior classes April trip to New York.

Event: Minot Optimist Father-Daughter Dance

Date: Friday May 8th,

Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Location: Grand Hotel

City of Minot’s yard waste collection sites are open

The City of Minot’s 10 yard waste collection sites are open for the season. The City’s yard waste collection sites are for City of Minot garbage collection patrons only and are not to be used by non-residents or by commercial haulers. Yard waste includes grass clip-pings, garden waste, leaves, vines, flowers, flowerbed clippings and apples that have fallen from trees.

Tree branches are not allowed to be put into the yard waste collection containers. Small piles of tree branches are picked up separately throughout the week, as time permits. Residents with City sanitation service should put small piles of tree branches near their collection point on their regu-lar collection day, and City crews will add their address to a list of tree piles to be collected.

The City’s yard waste collection sites are located at: -27th Ave. & 7th St. NW

-15th Ave. & 2nd St. NE

-11th St. & 4th Ave. NW

-13th St. & 5th Ave. SE

-7th St. & 9th Ave. SW

-7th St. & 16th Ave. SE

-16th St. & 16th Ave. SW

-25th St. & 2nd Ave. SW

-4th St. & 34th Ave. SW

-37th St. & 11th Ave. SE

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