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Summer Fare: Emerado Corn Feed, Sawdust Dayz and more

Emerado Corn Feed is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in Emerado, N.D. The corn is free, but other food is available for purchase. The event also features food and craft vendors, kids activities, security dog training demonstrations at 11 a.m., noon and 1...

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Emerado Corn Feed is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in Emerado, N.D. The corn is free, but other food is available for purchase. The event also features food and craft vendors, kids activities, security dog training demonstrations at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m., as well as classic cars and local musicians.

The Third annual Kenneth M. Olson Memorial Ride, also happens Saturday at 11 a.m. Registration is at Casa Mexico Restaurant, East Grand Forks; ride begins at noon; $20 per bike, $10 per passenger, $10 general public, 12 and under free. Following the ride will be a beer garden, meal, auction and prizes, starting at 5 p.m. at Casa Mexico Restaurant, 112 14th St. N.E.

Sunday

The Clearwater County History Center hosts Sawdust Dayz, 4-7 p.m., at History Center, 264 First St. W., Shevlin, Minn.

Tuesday

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• Crookston's 12th Annual Night 2 Unite celebration, 3:30-8:30 p.m., Central Park, Crookston; for information, call Officer Donald E. Rasicot at (218) 281-3111.

• 14th Annual ValleyFest, 5:30-8 p.m., Valley Memorial Homes, 4000 Valley Square, Grand Forks; includes picnic, street dance with Chuck Gust, car show, and several family activities; contact Dan Kostad at (701) 787-7814.

• Concerts in the Garden: Fred Eaglesmith, 6 p.m., North Dakota Museum of Art Sculpture Garden, 261 Centennial Drive, UND Campus, Grand Forks; $10 at the door, packet of 6 tickets for $55, children 12 and under free; food available for purchase; bring chairs or blankets; (701) 777-4195.

Tuesday-Thursday

"Seussical Jr." production by Thief River Falls Area Community Theater, 7 p.m., Northland Community and Technical College Theater, Thief River Falls; tickets available at TRF Hugo's and Digi-Key (east entrance); contact Jean Larson at (218) 681-1800 or visit www.trfact.org .

Wednesday-Friday

Wednesday-Friday

• "Into the Woods" production, 7:30 p.m., Empire Arts Center, 415 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks; (701) 746-5500.

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Friday

• History of Turtle River State Park Amphitheater Program, 8 p.m., Turtle River State Park, Arvilla, N.D.; (701) 594-4445.

Other happenings

• Youth and families are invited to participate in the Three Sisters Garden on 10-11 a.m. Wednesdays through Aug. 19. Participants will learn about gardening and healthy eating and will be able to take home fresh produce. The garden is located next to 405 S. Fourth St. in Grand Forks. For more information: (710) 780-8229.

• Grand Forks will host its Town Square Farmers Market every Saturday through September, held on the corner of Third Street and DeMers Avenue. Local growers and crafts makers will display goods, along with concessions and live entertainment. For more information: (218) 779-1382.

• Mentor, Minn., will hold its eighth annual Farmers Market, 8 a.m.-noon every Saturday through September. Throughout the summer, the market will provide a variety of fresh produce, jams, salsa, honey, baked goods, jewelry, weaving, live plants, nightcrawlers, area souvenirs, homemade beauty products and more. Erickson Smokehouse of Fertile, Minn., will provide hot morning breakfast items, along with ready-to-heat, fully cooked ribs, brisket, beans and other side salads. The schedule is on the market's website at mentorfarmersmarket.org as well as weekly updates and news.

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