SUMMER FARE: Reynolds Annual Rib O'Rama Ribs and Baked Beans Cook-Off
Reynolds Annual Rib O'Rama Ribs and Baked Beans Cook-Off will be held Saturday at the Reynolds City Park on Main Street, Reynolds, N.D. The festival will begin at 8 a.m. with citywide garage sales. Other activities will include an ameteur basebal...
Reynolds Annual Rib O'Rama Ribs and Baked Beans Cook-Off will be held Saturday at the Reynolds City Park on Main Street, Reynolds, N.D. The festival will begin at 8 a.m. with citywide garage sales. Other activities will include an ameteur baseball game, inflatable games for children, a vendor/craft fair, a show-n-shine car/motorcycle show, and a 5K walk/run. The main event will be a public food sales of ribs and baked beans from the competition, starting at 5:30 p.m.
The Drayton Riverfest is also this week, starting Thursday and going through Sunday in Drayton, N.D. For more info: (701) 454-3474.
- Megamind will be featured 10 a.m. at Carmike Cinemas, 2306 32nd Ave. S., Grand Forks, as part of the Summer Kid Series. All seats are $4, which includes admission, a popcorn and a Coca-Cola Product.
- Bikes and Bites, a Ride-in Bike Show, will be 5-8 p.m. on the Boardwalk in East Grand Forks. Admission is free. VFW beer garden, food and vendors will be available. Participants will be able to vote on their favorite bike and register to win prizes.
- Turtle River State Park will show its Summer Program "Campfire Stories" at 8 p.m. at the Amphitheater as part of the program "Halloween." All programs are free. Park entrance passes are required.
- Turtle River State Park will hold its Summer Programs "Dakota Explorers-Masks and Disguises" at 10 a.m. at the VCC as part of the program "Halloween." The park will also have costume contest at 6:30 p.m. at the amphitheater, trick-or-treating at the campground at 8 .m. and movie and campsite judging at 9:30 p.m. at the amphitheater. All programs are free. Park entrance passes are required.
- Turtle River State Park will hold its Summer Program "Walk on the Wild Side Nature Hike" at 10 a.m. at the Woodland Lodge Trailhead.
- Youth and families are invited to participate in the Three Sisters Garden on Wednesdays 10-11 a.m. 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.
- Free lunches for youth are being provided at noon Monday through Friday through July 31. Lunches will be provided at Itts-Williams Park, 300 15th St. NE, East Grand Forks; LaGrave Learning Center, 832 Fourth Ave. S., Grand Forks; University Park, 320 N. 25th St., Grand Forks; Richards West Park, 4700 Sixth Ave. N., Grand Forks; Grand Forks Public Library, 2110 Library Circle, Grand Forks; Bringewatt Park, 2205 24th Ave. S., Grand Forks; Midtown Park, Fourth Ave. N. and N. Sixth St., Grand Forks; and Elks Park, 1002 13th Ave. S., Grand Forks. For more information: (701) 795-8614.
- 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, running 8 a.m. to 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.