Minot Area Community Calendar

This Saturday (12/7) head to Stanley for small town shopping and the parade of lights at 6:00 pm with the Stanley Vendor show scheduled for December 14th from 11 to 5, Shop Local, shop Stanley!

Bethany Lutheran Church in Minot invites you their their Lutefisk & Meatball Dinner, Saturday December 7th 11:00 am to 6:00 pm .

Adults are $17, Children 6 to 12 are $7, under 6 free. Take out meals available. There will also be a holiday bake sale.

The Sertoma Club of Minot invites you to the Christmas in the Park celebration in Minot's Oak Park. View beautiful holiday light displays as you take a quiet drive through the park. Admission is just $5 per car with special bus and tour rates available. Proceeds go to youth-oriented projects and speech and hearing programs in the Minot area. Open nightly through New Years Eve from 6pm to 10pm. -Brought to you in part by iHeart Media of Minot.

Bring your tots to play on the turf inside the Maysa Arena! Starting December 2nd each Monday and Friday from 9:00am - 12:00pm there will games, bounce houses, activities, and more! This is a free event and children must be accompanied by an adult. It will be closed for the holidays from December 23rd - January 3rd. For more information please call the Minot Parks office at (701) 857 - 4136.

Don't miss the Minot Community Concert Band Winter Concert, Monday December 2nd from 7:30 to 9:00 pm - It is free and open to the public. The show gets underway at Minot Central Campus

Celebrate the holidays with the Minot Symphony Orchestra and their traditional annual Holiday Pops concert. We will feature seasonal music from American, English, and French composers. The evening will begin with the charming Christmas Overture by American composer Samuel Cleridge-Taylor. Once again we will collaborate with the Minot High School Choir and Minot State University Concert Choir, bringing you pieces by British powerhouse composer John Rutter including his Gloria and many of his well-known Christmas carols. Feel free to join in singing when you hear your favorite Christmas tunes. Saturday December 14th. Beer and wine - 6:30 - 7:20 pm Concert - 7:30 Ann Nicole Nelson Hall - MSU

Hurting from separation or divorce? You don't have to go through it alone. Divorce Care Groups can help you face the challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Divorce Care Groups meet once a week for thirteen weeks, providing insight from experts, an opportunity to talk about the challenges, and people who sincerely care about you. Meeting are the first Monday of every month at at 7 pm. For more information visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/westminot, our website at www.westminot.com, or call us at (701) 839-1407.

COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP - MINOT GAS STAMP COLLECTION Would like to invite members of the Minot community and surrounding communities to take part in the “Gas Stamp Drive”. With your donation of the Marketplace Gas Stamps that you receive when you make a purchase at any of the stores or at one of the Shell gas station located at the North or South Marketplace Foods would be helping someone who is struggling to make ends meet and need to put gas in their car. We are reaching out to the community and asking for their help. If you do not collect or use these stamps would you be willing to donate them to help those who need gas to get to work, go for a job interview or take their children to school? Bring them to the one of the following places and put them in the “Gas Stamp Collection Container”. Minot Public Library, Ward County Social Services, Oak Park Theater, I Keating World, YMCA, Little Flower Catholic Church, Dacotah Bank in Bowbells, Nite Train Pizza, Planet Pizza and at Community Action Partnership-Minot They can also be mailed to Community Action Partnership 2020 8th Ave SE, Minot ND 58701 Every stamp helps! This is an ongoing drive, no ending date. Walking to school and work is no fun especially when it gets cold out.

The North Dakota Parent Training and Information center, a program of Pathfinder Services of ND. Serves parents of children age’s birth to 26 with learning difficulties and challenges and our services are entirely FREE! Do you need more information on how to advocate for your child’s educational needs?  We offer resources to help support and educate parents and youth to ensure they are aware of the special education process within our state. Whether it is to have a better understanding of an IEP or 504 plan, or simply to seek a supportive ear, we are here to help you plan for the educational success of your child. We have been helping North Dakotan's support the educational needs of children since 1987!

For more information please call 701-837-7500

Check out our website at www.pathfinder-nd.org

Don't Miss the Taube Museum of Art's Tour Of Homes Saturday, December 7th from 3:00 to 7:00 pm

Take a tour of beautifully decorated homes and businesses in the Holiday Tour of Homes!

There will be a cookie walk held at the Taube with delicious home made cookies! At the Northwest Arts Center, participants will be able to hand print their very own Tour of Homes souvenir! Over $1,000 in door prizes will be given away! Tickets available online, at the Taube, Artmain, and ATD. $16 in advance and $20 ATD.

Join KMSU for the 21st annual KMSU Auction! This year's auction will take place on Thursday, December 5th starting at 6:30 p.m. View it live on Midco channel 19 or stream it on YouTube Live. KMSU is partnering with the Domestic Violence Crisis Center and is supported by iHeart Media of Minot.

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