IN THE BLACK Kid's Summer Movies Series
One of the activities for kids during the summer are movie specials. Fargo Theatre is having kids movies on Wednesdays at 10 am and 1 pm from June 12 thru July 24. All seats are $3 and small soda & ... Posted on 6/10/13 at 5:53 PM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Explore West Acres mall activities with your kids
By Ryan Schuster
We are partnering with West Acres mall in Fargo to renovate the playland by the malls food court. A new, redesigned Recess West play area will open in the same location as the former... Posted on 4/25/13 at 10:31 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY 7 Cheap or Free Family Fun Activities
Finding ways to entertain a family is certainly not challenging, with the onslaught of bigger and better (and more expensive) entertainment options. We now have giant movie screens that encompass 360 ... Posted on 3/20/13 at 12:26 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Tickled Pink about Livin Up!
I don't know Roger Sievers very well. He's a multi-media producer for the Rivertown newspaper group. We've chatted a few times for work purposes and met once while he attended a Forum Comm meeting in ... Posted on 12/6/12 at 12:00 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Tourism Division promotes Halloween activities
The Tourism Division released a list ofLegendary places to get spooked in North Dakota. Here's its list. Do you recommend any others?
1. Haunted Places
Legend says the ghost of Libbie Custer, Lt. C... Posted on 10/12/10 at 9:26 AM
Community members and five organizations met this week to discuss the potential for a multi-million-dollar facility for residents of Jamestown.
Dan Mollsen, senior vice president and director of finance for the American City Bureau, in West Dundee, Ill., a consulting group, headed the meetings with Jamestown Parks and Recreation, Jamestown Public Schools, James River YMCA and local tennis and gymnastics organizations to discuss the Two Rivers Activity Center.
By Ben Rodgers, The Jamestown Sun
, November 02, 2012
I’m writing in response to the latest Jamestown Public School Board meeting. I think it’s great for the School Board to look at different options and find ways for students to participate in an activity.
Although, busy families can take time to enjoy fun activities together without breaking their budgets.
Enjoy the colorful outdoors for free
As leaves change from green to red or gold, fall brings changes in outdoor colors for us to enjoy.
Luella Morehouse, NDSU Extension Services
, October 14, 2009
First United Methodist Women has announced upcoming activities: The 3 Rivers District annual meeting is Sept. 11-12 at Evergreen United Methodist Church in Wahpeton. Registration is at 8:30 a.m. Friday and 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Local officers will send registration forms which are due Sept. 6.
North Dakota has reached a critical point in its attempt to recruit young high school sports and fine arts officials. Minnesota might not be far behind.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association has identified a shortage of officials throughout all sports and activities, according to assistant executive secretary Dave Carlsrud.
School starts next month. I don’t know if it was the flood and all the work involved mitigating damages from the high water, or if it was just time fleeting by because we were having “fun”… but it went by faster than any summer in my memory.
The last weekend in August promises to be an activity-packed four days celebrating the community’s successful flood fight and welcoming Jamestown College’s new and returning students.
The Second Annual Community Block Party kicks off the festivities on Thursday, Aug. 27, with Rock the Block. Friday, Aug. 28, is the Sandbag Stomp, a post-flood community celebration. Saturday, Aug. 29, Frontier Village holds activities all afternoon and downtown churches offer the Third Street Fun Fest. Then Atonement Lutheran Church’s Fifth Annual Country and Bluegrass Festival brings the weekend to an close with some down home music Sunday, Aug. 30.
Jon Wayne and the Pain band will perform Reggae, Ska, and Hip-Hop-Blues at 7:30 p.m. July 6 at the Arts Center. Enjoy “Short Island Teas” and an evening of island music. Tickets will be sold at the door and are $5 for members and $7 for others. The group’s debut album is now available at cdbaby.com.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association’s realignment committee will make a final recommendation on April 21 to put an end to the pursuit of a three-division system for basketball and volleyball, committee chair Jack Maus said Tuesday.
Valley City will become the big school on the block when it shifts from Class A to Class B basketball. But the Hi-Liners’ reclassification ultimately could be a boost for the smaller North Dakota high school basketball programs.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association board has changed the high school sports alignment so Valley City can move from the current Class A to a division of smaller schools.
Thursday’s vote was 8-0 to set Division A for schools with a high school enrollment of 400 or more in girls and boys basketball, volleyball, baseball, cross country, golf, track, wrestling, drama, music and speech, said board member Jack Maus of Grafton. High schools with enrollments of less than 400 in those activities would be in Division B.
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