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Public Service Announcements
5/21/2018 - 5/27/2018

ENDS 5/24 – The last day of school for Bismarck Public Schools is Thursday, May 24th. School resumes in the fall on Thursday, August 23rd. Graduations being held Thursday, May 24th at the Career Academy on BSC’s campus include: The Adult Learning Center graduation at 4pm, and the South Central High School graduation at 7pm.

ENDS 5/26 – Graduations coming up Sunday, May 27th at the Bismarck Event Center include: Legacy High School at 1pm, Century High School at 4pm, and Bismarck High school at 7pm. Sunday, May 27th graduations will be held at their respective schools for St. Mary’s Central High School at 1pm, Mandan High School at 2pm, and Shiloh Christian School at 3pm.

ENDS 5/26 – Bismarck Art & Galleries Association will hold its annual “For Art’s Sake” Flea Market on Friday, May 25th from noon to 5 and Saturday, May 26th from 10 to 5 at 422 East Front Avenue. The Flea Market will offer bargain shoppers great choices from a large assortment of household items, lamps, dishes, antiques, decorative items, collectibles and more. To learn more, visit bismarck-art.org.

ENDS 5/26 – The 2nd annual “Remembrance Run” will be held Saturday, May 26th, starting and ending at the Time Out Tavern in Strasburg, North Dakota. Bikes, cars – all vehicles are welcome to participate. Registration runs from 11am to noon, and it’s “kickstands up” at noon. Food will be served after the run. The entry fee is just $10 per vehicle, with proceeds going toward the American Cancer Society. For more information, call 336-9635.

ENDS 5/28 – There will be no school on Monday, May 28th due to Memorial Day. Summer school begins Monday, June 4th for Bismarck Public School students.

ENDS 5/30 – The Missouri Valley Family YMCA celebrates National Senior Health & Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 9 to noon at the Y Gym with a day of special senior wellness vendors, information, discussions, classes, and activities. It’s free and open to the public, and you can learn more at bismarckymca.org.

ENDS 6/2 – BisMarket provides access to a variety of locally-grown, high-quality, farm-fresh products direct from local producers every Saturday from June 2nd into October from 10am to 1pm at Kiwanis Park at the corner of Sweet Avenue and south Washington street. For vendor applications and details, visit bismarket.com.

ENDS 6/3 – The Grammy ® Award- winning Okee Dokee Brothers will be performing a free family concert on Sunday, June 3rd at 2pm at the Belle Mehus City Auditorium. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Bismarck Public Library. Tickets are free but must be obtained in advance at the Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public Library and picked up at the children’s information desk. To learn more, visit bismarcklibrary.org.

ENDS 6/3 – Bismarck Parks and Recreation District is looking for reliable, responsible middle school students to be Table Teachers for the Safety Village program. It’s great for students who enjoy working with 5 and 6 year old kids. The Safety Village program teaches kids about bike, fire, playground safety, and more. Apply and learn more at bisparks.org.

ENDS 6/4 – The GOD’S CHILD Project will host a Golf Scramble fundraiser at Hawktree Golf Club on Tuesday, June 5th. The tournament is open to the public and will raise funds for creating a Sports Program for vulnerable teenagers in Guatemala. The tournament will begin at 1pm and will have a variety of entertainment, games, refreshments, and big prizes. Register a team by calling Hannah at 323-0296, or learn more at GodsChild.org.

ENDS 6/7 – Don’t miss the 6th Annual Wheatland Classic 18-Hole Scramble Friday, June 8th at Prairie West Golf Club in Mandan. Registration begins at 11, with a putting contest at noon, and a shotgun start at 1. Supper follows the event, and proceeds benefit the Mandan FFA Alumni. To register a team, become a sponsor, or for more information call 527-7201.

ENDS 6/10 – It’s Buggies-n-Blues weekend, Saturday and Sunday, June 9th and 10th! Our station is proud to once again be an event sponsor for this fantastic weekend. Dance, Kaleidoscope, Band Shell Concerts, of course the famous Classic Car Show, and much, much more!! Learn more at buggies-n-blues.org.

ENDS 6/11 – A reminder from the North Dakota Game & Fish Department: anglers and water recreationists are reminded that all water must be drained from boats before leaving a water body. This regulation is intended to help prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species, and in addition all aquatic vegetation must be removed from boats, personal watercraft, trailers, and fishing equipment before leaving a body of water. To learn more about water regulations in North Dakota, visit gf.nd.gov.

ENDS 6/16 – A-L-S, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a debilitating disease that affects more than 20,000 Americans. The Bismarck Walk to Defeat ALS will be held on Saturday, June 16th at the Sertoma Park Community Center. Proceeds benefit the ALS Association as they provide services and support to those living with ALS, while researching toward a cure. For more information and to register, visit walktodefeatALS.org.

ENDS 6/16 – The Bismarck-Mandan Chamber of Commerce is bringing “Lemonade Day” to Bismarck and Mandan Saturday, June 16th. Kids from grades 3 through 8 can learn entrepreneurial skills by planning, promoting, and operating their own lemonade stands in the community. Learn more and register at: bismarckmandan.lemonadeday.org


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