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Public Service Announcements
6/18/2018 - 6/24/2018

ENDS 6/21* – The Musicians Association 2018 Summer Band Shell Concerts continue this week at the Vern Cermak Band Shell at the west end of Main Street in Mandan. Concerts run Monday through Thursday nights from 7:30 to 8:30, and the Dacotah Lions sell burgers & brats every Tuesday evening from 5:30 to 7:30. This week: Monday (6/18) West River Winds (moved to the Mandan High Auditorium if inclement weather), Tuesday (6/19) Classic Rhythm (50s & 60s), Wednesday (6/20) Kaleidoscope Pit Band and Thursday (6/21) Jay Hines/Bob Davis (variety). ***If weather threatens, tune to this station at 5:45pm to hear if that night’s concert is canceled. Learn more at: musicians-association.weebly.com.

ENDS 6/20 – In partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo), the National Flag Foundation and the National Sheriffs Association, Morton County has installed a flag retirement box, at no cost to the county, at the Morton County Courthouse main entrance. Flags should be folded respectfully before being placed in the box. The Morton County Veterans Service Office will be responsible for the proper disposal of the worn flags.

ENDS 6/20 – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has launched a brand new web-based map to help consumers more easily find local foods in North Dakota. In addition to helping people find food grown, raised, harvested and made in North Dakota, the map also shows produce donation sites that will accept garden-grown produce for charitable causes. To see the map and get more info, visit: nd.gov/ndda/local-foods-directory-map.

ENDS 6/20 – Join Touchmark for its 2nd Annual Color{FULL} 5K Fun Run to benefit the Alzheimer's Association’s “The Longest Day” awareness and fundraising event! All funds raised benefit important Alzheimer’s disease research and care efforts. The race will begin at Sertoma Park, shelter 10 on Thursday, June 21st (summer solstice) beginning at 6pm. Participants are encouraged to stay for a barbecue dinner and live entertainment at Sertoma Park following the race. Registration can be mailed, dropped off, or completed at the Touchmark Health & Fitness Club, or call 323-7000 to register and learn more.

ENDS 6/21 – The Bismarck Marathon will host a free running workshop from 6:30 to 8pm Thursday, June 21st at Century High School in Bismarck. Physical therapist and All-American Triathlete Melanie Carvell will share strength and stability exercises and motivational tools to make running programs more fun and effective. Participants should wear running shoes & comfortable clothes. To register, go to tempotickets.com/workshop.

ENDS 6/24 – The North Dakota Game & Fish Department reminds water recreationists along the Missouri River to be cautious of potential safety hazards due to high water levels. In addition to inundated sandbars, high flows can bring a stronger current, additional debris, and the potential for boating traffic to create large waves on the shoreline.

ENDS 6/24 – The Bismarck Police Department ‘s “Shining Star Program” is going on again in Bismarck. Along with Bismarck Parks & Recreation District, Bismarck Police are handing out free pool passes to children seen out doing a “good deed.” Help someone walk across the street, help out a sibling, or just be a good citizen of Bismarck. The passes are handed out by Crime Prevention and Patrol Officers, and are good for one free pass to any outdoor pool in Bismarck in 2018, including the Hillside waterslide.

ENDS 6/30 – Bismarck Public Works advises residents: don’t place plastic bags in your recycling cart at home, and no plastic bags in the dumpsters at the recycling drop sites. Un-bag your recyclables when you use the recycling drop site dumpsters. Bagged recyclables or loose plastic bags, can slow down the recycling process or even ruin the whole load. Please be aware that the plastic tubs used at garden shops are not recyclable. Please throw gardening containers in your garbage. Learn more at bismarcknd.gov/recycling.

ENDS 7/4 – The 139th Mandan Rodeo Days Celebration will be held July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th with events including three action-packed professional rodeo performances, Art in the Park, and the largest Independence Day Parade and fireworks display in the Northern Plains. For a complete schedule of events, visit: mandanrodeo.com.

ENDS 7/4 – In Mandan, the possession, use, discharge and explosion of fireworks IS permitted between the hours of noon and 12AM on Monday, July 2nd and Tuesday, July 3rd, and from noon Wednesday, July 4th until 2am Thursday, July 5th this year. No sky lanterns or bottle rockets. Fireworks are prohibited at all city parks, with the exception of Mandan Rodeo Days’ annual display at Dacotah Centennial Park.

ENDS 7/6 – Gateway to Science, North Dakota’s hands-on science center, is taking part in the Blue Star Museums program, which offers free admission to all active duty military personnel and their immediate family members now through Labor Day. All North Dakota National Guard Active and Reserve Force families, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and NOAA Commissioned Corps families are invited to visit Gateway to Science this summer under the program. Learn more at gatewaytoscience.org.

ENDS 7/18 – Beginning at 10am Wednesday, July 18th, at Sertoma Park Shelters 1 through 4 and shelter 11 will be a celebration of family, friends, and fun with Family Day Riverwalk. It’s a stroll of vendors including food, live entertainment until 8pm, park fitness and dance classes, children’s activities, and shopping. To see a complete listing of vendors and entertainment, visit familydayriverwalk.com or the “Family Day Riverwalk” Facebook page.


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