Monday at 12:00 PM
Area pastors are invited to come learn about Dakota Hope Clinic and how we can work together to advance the Culture of Life. There will be pizza and an informational presentation. A tour of the clinic and interaction with the staff will be available. Pick a date that works for you - August 21st, 25th, or 28th. Each begins at Noon. RSVP by 10 a.m. the morning of the event by calling 701-852-4675 or emailing us at email@example.com
Thursday at 2:00 PM
First Baptist Church XYZ: A Senior adult ministry for people in the 50 plus age group will meet Thursday, August 24 at 2:00 pm at First Baptist Church. Jason & Kassidy Skjervem will share some news from CRU. Refreshments will be served. First Baptist Church is located at 200 3rd St. SW.
Saturday at 8:30 AM
Join us for the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's, the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research. Alzheimer's is an epidemic devastating our families, our finances, and our future. The disease is all around us - but the power to stop it is within us.
This year's walk will take place on August 26th at Oak Park. Registration begins at 8:30am and the walk begins at 10am. Bring your family and friends out for a morning of inspiration, education, and fun. Socialize with others affected by Alzheimer's and learn how you can help support research and care in our community.
Saturday at 1:00 PM
National Video Game Day is later in September, but why not celebrate it a little early at the Minot Public Library on Saturday, September 2nd at 1 pm. Speakers include Jon-Paul Dyson, director of the World Video Game Hall of Fame, and Tristan Donovan, author of the book "Replay: A History of Video Games." Play on systems ranging from old to new to see just how far gaming has come along in its 40+ years of existence. Pizza will also be served. Please call 701-852-1045 with any questions. Hope to see you there!
Monday at 5:30 PM
Dakota Hope Clinic invites you to their Sixth Annual Fundraising Banquet on Monday, September 18th, at the Holiday Inn Riverside in Minot. Doors open at 5:30 pm, event begins at 6:30 pm.
Featured speakers are twin brothers David and Jason Benham. In 2014, David and Jason drew the attention of national media due to their business success. HGTV offered them a reality show that was set to air that fall. But the show was abruptly cancelled because of their commitment to Biblical values. The brothers immediately found themselves in the midst of a media firestorm because they refused to back down under the pressure.
Limited to adults only, the evening includes refreshments and a complimentary dinner funded by sponsors. There is no charge, but those who attend will be offered the opportunity to make a financial gift. To plan accordingly, reservations are required. Please RSVP by September 4th to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-852-4673.
Tuesday at 6:00 PM
The purpose of the Citizens Public Safety Academy is to involve members of the public with the duties of their Fire and Police Departments in a hands-on learning environment. Attendees participate in a wide range of classes and activities showing them how their Firefighters and Police Officers serve the public by combining academic instruction, discussion, and practical exercises in a fun environment.
Who is eligible to participate?
Any interested resident in the Minot/Ward County area who is 18 years of age or older at the time of the application. Applicants consent to a background check in order to be considered for participation. Applicants with some negative history are NOT automatically disqualified. If interested, please apply!
What is the time commitment and what does the schedule look like?
The Academy lasts for eight weeks, meeting each Tuesday evening from 6:00 pm-9:00 pm, from September 5th through October 24th.
The first half of the Academy, four meetings, attendees join with the Fire Department, the second half and remaining four meetings with the Police Department. Additionally, attendees have the option of individually scheduling a ride-along with the Police Department's patrol division at a mutually agreeable time.
How do I apply or find out additional information? Applications can be printed out from the Minot Police Department website at: http://www.minotnd.org/219/Police-Department. Applications can also be mailed or emailed to applicants.
Wednesday at 6:30 PM
First Baptist Church of Minot will kickoff their Awana Clubs on Wednesday, September 6th, for children who are age 3, by July 31st, and youth through the 8th grade. Awana is a nondenominational ministry where children and youth learn important truths from God's Word, memorize Scripture, play games and have fun. Awana meets Wednesday evenings during the school year from 6:30 to 8:00pm. You can register your child for Awana at fbcminot.org or contact the church office at 852-4533. First Baptist Church is located at 200 3rd St. SW.
Saturday at 12:00 PM
The walk is our annual fund raiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Registration begins at Noon and the walk at 1:00 pm at the Roosevelt Park Amphitheater. For more information call 701-858-3594.
Tuesday at 6:30 PM
Each year, Millions of Americans, including many North Dakotans, fall victim to fraudulent scams. This results in billions of dollars landing in the pockets of con artists. Scam artists are creating new ways to get people to open their wallets, whether its over the phone, through the mail, online, or at a front door.
Attend the Tech Talks: AARP Fraud Watch Network presentation at 6:30 PM on September 12th in the North Room of the Minot Public Library with speaker Cindy Yale to learn how to spot and avoid scams. You'll get the information you need to avoid becoming a victim and learn about resources to help safeguard against identity theft and other scams. For more information contact Josh at (701) 852-1045 or email@example.com. All ages are welcome to attend.
Wednesday at 5:30 PM
You are invited to Our Redeemer's as they kickoff their Awana Clubs on Wednesday, September 13th. Awana is a nondenominational ministry for children who are age 3 by July 31st and youth through 5th grade. Awana will meet Wednesday nights during the school year. Each Wednesday begins with a Family supper at 5:30 pm then AWANA from 6:15 to 7:45 pm. Our Redeemer's is located at 700 16th Avenue Southeast. For more information, please call the church office at 838-0750.
Thursday at 8:30 AM
The Parkinson's Disease Conference will be held Thursday, September 14th at the Knights of Columbus Club, 2601 North Broadway in Minot. Registration begins at 8:30 am. Speakers include Dr Ralph Dunnigan from Bismarck and staff from the Struthers Parkinson's Center in Minneapolis. For more information contact Eilene Emly at 701-837-8538.
Sunday at 5:00 PM
Faith Lutheran Church, 234 14th Ave SE #318, in Minot invites you to attend a free will offering Pancake Supper on Sunday, September 17th, from 5 - 7 pm. Come enjoy pancakes, sausage, and fellowship.
Sunday at 6:30 PM
North Hill Baptist Church, 524 21st Ave NW, in Minot presents national recording artists Ernie Couch and Revival in concert on Sunday, September 17th, at 6:30 pm. For over 25 years, Ernie Couch and Revival have traveled the world proclaiming the Good News through music. They have blended music, humor, and spoken word in presenting a variety of "American Gospel" in an effort to reach everyone they have the privilege to stand before. Come for a great time of music and fun. For more information call 701-839-7283.
Thursday at 7:00 PM
Wondering how to find an obituary for a relative who passed away? Or when your great grandparents came through Ellis Island? Or where your parents lived decades ago? Come to the Minot Public Library on Thursday, September 28th, to learn about the enormous variety of genealogy resources the library has to offer, including Ancestry.com, its Minot Daily News microfilm collection, and Minot area city directories. This event is free and open to the public.