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Park River 125th highlights

Here are some of the highlighted events during the 125th Celebration in Park River, N.D. Thursday 8:30 a.m. -- 125th Anniversary Celebration flag-raising ceremony. American Legion, with Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D. 7 p.m. -- Colgate Country Showdown...

Here are some of the highlighted events during the 125th Celebration in Park River, N.D.

Thursday

8:30 a.m. -- 125th Anniversary Celebration flag-raising ceremony. American Legion, with Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D.

7 p.m. -- Colgate Country Showdown

9 p.m. -- Legion Coliseum Dance, Bob and the Beachcombers

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Friday

12:30-4 p.m. -- All-Class Reunion registration

2-8 p.m. -- Fine Arts Festival

6 p.m. -- Alumni Dinner

8:30 p.m. -- Street Dance, Front Fenders

Saturday

7:30-10 a.m. -- Pancake breakfast

8 a.m. -- 5K Walk/Run

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10a.m.-6 p.m. -- Fine Arts Festival

10 a.m. -- Kiddie Parade

10:50 a.m. -- Motorcycle Pre-Parade

11 a.m. -- 125th Celebration Parade

1 p.m. -- Reunion Band; Car Show; People's Choice Motorcycle Ride-in Bike Show

1 p.m. -- Burgers & Brats Luncheon

2-5 p.m. -- Northeast North Dakota Pioneer Machinery Association Village Open House

2-6 p.m. -- Petting Zoo

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2-9 p.m. -- Polka Fest, Country Polkateers/Matt & the Dakota Dutchmen

3-5 p.m. -- Hot Shots Contest (playground equipment fundraiser, for 18 and under)

3-5 p.m. -- Legion Reunion Baseball Game

4-5 p.m. -- Tours, First Care Health Center

7 p.m. -- Talent Show

9 p.m. -- 2-band Street Dance, The Great Outdoors and Antique Zoo

10 p.m. -- July 4 Fireworks Display

Sunday

10 a.m. -- Fordville Hill Climb; www.eagleridemc.com

2 p.m. -- All-Faiths Celebration of Praise

For more information, go to: www.cityofparkriver.com

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