The Summer Meals Program offers FREE lunch Monday through Friday all summer long, rain or shine, for kids ages 18 years and younger; adult meals are $4.00. Serving locations and times are as follows: 11:30-12:15 at Northrop Park, 11:45-12:15 at Lion’s Park, 12:00-12:20 at Challenger Elementary, and 11:00-11:20 at the ALC- Monday through Thursday only.
Join in for Seniorobics Fitness at 10:30am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, and walking at 10:00am on Tuesdays and Fridays. Activities are at the Newfolden Center, sponsored by Tri-Community Living At Home; call 874-2256 for more information.
On Wednesday Agassiz Refuge will present the program “Feathered Friends” at the Thief River Falls Public Library, from 1-2pm they will share information with you about birds. For more information call the library at 681-4325.
There will be a meal and a movie daytrip to Grand Forks on the Tri-Valley Bus on Thursday, June 28th, sponsored by the Tri-Community Living at Home Program. For questions call 874-2256.
Dazzling Dave, the Yo-Yo Master, will dazzle you with yo-yo tricks on Thursday, June 28th from 10-11am at the Thief River Falls Public Library; they will also have Storytime on Thursday night from 6:15 to 7:00 pm. For more information call the library at 681-4325.
Enjoy the music this summer every Thursday night at 7pm at the Gazebo in the Floyd B. Olson Park. Entertainment on June 28th will be provided by Jordynn Johnsrud.
Come to Plummer for a spectacular 4th of July Celebration. Festivities start on Tuesday, July 3rd with Adam the DJ at the corner Bar from 9pm-close. The activities for July 4th
8 am – the Plummer Fire Department’s annual 5K Fun Run/Walk, meet at the fire hall, registration starts at 7am
10am – 4pm – Flea Market
11am – Kiddie Parade and Grand Parade
1pm – Car Show
1pm – Kiddie Games
Food vendors will be available throughout the day.
Road construction has begun on the Thompson Forest Road between Clear River tower and the Wobbles Forest road south of Warroad. The road is expected to be open ‘til after July 4th. After the 4th, road construction will begin and this section of the road will be closed to the public. Construction is scheduled to be completed around Labor Day. This may affect your July blueberry picking route in the upcoming months.
It’s time to think about getting your entries ready for the Pennington County Fair. Entries for canning and baking, needlework, table settings, sewing, arts and crafts, taxidermy, photography, homemade beer and wine, and wood working will be held from 10am-5pm on July 18th at the Huck Olson Arena in TRF. This is the 7th year for the Children’s Coloring Contest; they can be picked up at Hugo’s and the Times Newspaper. Bring the completed entries to the information booth at the fair before the morning of July 21st. Prizes will be awarded to all who enter.