You can run in the Digi-Key Cares Digi-Dash 3K/5K/10K Run on Saturday, September 14th.  The entry fee is $25 on the day of the race; kids under 10 are free and the family max is $50.  Registration on the day is at 8am in the Digi-Key west parking lot.  New this year is the pre-race Stretch with Rehab Authority and Cross Fit Great North at 8:25am.

Support President Trump, “Come Walk With Us” on Saturday, September 14th at 1pm at Floyd B. Olson Park in Thief River Falls.  Bring your flags and banners; sponsored by local conservatives.

Nazareth Lutheran Church of Holt will be having their annual Fall Dinner on Sunday, September 15th from 12 noon-2:30pm.  The menu includes turkey, dressing, potatoes, gravy, lefse, rommegrot, carrots, buns, cranberries, pickles, dessert and a beverage.  The cost is adults/$12, ages 5-9/$5 and preschoolers/free.  Packaged lefse and rommegrot will be for sale at the door; take-outs will be available.  They will also have a quilt raffle, Anniversary Cookbooks for sale, and a Bake and Craft Sale.

The Red Lake County Senior Picnic for 55 and older will be held on Tuesday, September 17th from 11am-1pm at the Brooks Community Hall; there is no charge.  Sponsored by the Red Lake County Committee on aging.

Parents are invited to a free Suicide Prevention Seminar with certified trainer Tim Denney on Wednesday, September 18th at 6:30pm at the Evangelical Free Church in Thief River Falls.  Learn simple, life-saving questions to ask a person who might be suicidal, and how to help the person get services.  Designed for audiences 17 and up.

The Goodridge High School graduates of the classes of 1950-1953 are gathering on Saturday, September 21st at the VFW in Thief River Falls.  They will meet at 2pm to reminisce for the afternoon and evening.  Friends and classmates are invited to join them for comradeship and memories. For questions call Earl Vraa at 715-645-0295 or go to  vraa@wwt.net

The TRF Farmer’s Market is open on Saturdays in the Floyd B. Olson/Gazebo Park from 9am-noon through September 28th.  You’ll find vegetables, baked/canned goods, jellies and jams, honey, potted plants, tea, salsa, crafts and so much more!

The Middle River Farmer’s Market, located at the picnic shelter on Main Street, is open Friday afternoons, through September 27th, from 2-5pm, featuring plants, baked goods, jellies, fruits and vegetables, farm fresh eggs, fancy work and garden décor.  For questions contact Debbie at 222-3540 or Emily at 222-3556, and you can also find them on Facebook.

 

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