- Does your nonprofit have a upcoming event? Email it now to MinotAreaPSA@iHeartMedia.com.
Donations are needed for the Minot FFA Alumni Auction on June 26th. Household and garage items are accepted and if you would like a FFA Alumni member to pick them up to donate please call Kathy at 839-51-96 or contact any FFA Alumni member.
Saturday, June 26th Vincent United Methodist Church will be hosting a rummage and bake sale. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm with lunch at 11:00 am. Hot Caramel Rolls at 9:00 am. Bag bargains start at 12:30 pm. Vincent United Methodist Church is located 4 blocks east of Toads Carwash, 10-24 2nd Street SE in Minot.
Ward County 4-H Achievement Days will be June 21st thru June 25th on the North Dakota State Fair Grounds. The public is invited take in all the shows, and admission is free. The 21st includes the open horse show, the 22nd will be the dog, cat, small and pet shows, the 23rd, the swine, sheep, dairy, goat and beef shows, and the 25th the Ward County Shootout!
Thursday, June 24th don't miss the Five Buck BBQ at Oak Park Shelter #9 from 11am to 1pm. This will be a to-go drive thru style lunch, for 5 bucks get a burger, chips, a drink & cookie. Cash & card accepted with proceeds to go to Companions for Children, Youth Mentoring.
Come out to MAYSA ARENA parking lot for our 4th annual TOUCH-A-TRUCK event June 30, 2021. We will have all types of vehicles for children to interact with. This is guaranteed FUN for the whole family! Quiet hour will be held from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm. This event is free to the public! Brought to you by the Magic City Discovery Center.
Looking for 4th of July parade fun? Get the float together and head to Velva this 4th of July, Parade lineup starts at noon, with the parade at 1:00. Than head to the Velva park and rodeo grounds for more fun. Fireworks at dusk.
Celebrate Independence Day at Roosevelt Park with games, live music, food trucks and more! This event will be from noon to 3:00 pm and the event is free to the public,
The Minot Police Department is once again partnering with the American Automobile Association (AAA) to bring the “I Got Caught” summer safety campaign to the Magic City. While on patrol this summer, officers of the Minot Police Department will be looking for kids wearing helmets. If caught, a child may find themselves making a trip to a local Dairy Queen restaurant. As part of AAA’s “I got Caught” campaign, as many as 12,000 North Dakota youth will be issued a “citation” for a free small DQ cone for wearing a helmet while biking, skateboarding or in-line skating. Last year, approximately 1000 citations were issued in Minot alone.