Jamestown Area Source Guide
A publication of Jamestown Tourism and The Jamestown Sun
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Welcome to Jamestown! I am very pleased to welcome you to Jamestown, North Dakota, in the heart of the Northern Plains. We are experiencing unprecedented economic opportunities and growth, and we are so proud of all the possibilities to enjoy life in the Jamestown area. Jamestown’s central location at the intersection of US 281 and I-94 and safe, friendly and beautiful atmosphere makes Jamestown a great place to host conventions, raise a family, grow your career and business, or enjoy local history and tourism. The confluence of two scenic rivers and their reservoirs, the James and the Pipestem, are the perfect way to discover the outdoors and enjoy camping, fishing, biking/hiking and other recreation. Then experience our history with attractions such as Frontier Village, Fort Seward, the World’s Largest Buffalo monument and a live buffalo herd, featuring a rare albino buffalo. On behalf of the Jamestown City Council and the people of Jamestown, I extend best wishes for every success to all who choose Jamestown as their destination. I hope your time in Jamestown will exceed your expectations and be filled with good fortune, friendship and fun! Yours truly, Katie Andersen Jamestown Mayor
About this Publication This guide was published and produced in collaboration between The Jamestown Sun and Jamestown Tourism. Photos throughout this publication were provided by Jamestown Tourism, The Jamestown Sun, John M. Steiner and Searle Swedlund.
Looking back... The bison (commonly referred to as buffalo)
roamed what is now the Jamestown area long before it was settled. “The Buffalo City” honors these legendary creatures with a museum dedicated to their importance and a herd featuring white buffalo, held sacred by American Indian tradition.
As the railroad forged a path through an
emerging nation, Fort Seward was established to offer protection. A portion of the original site lives on to tell the story of life in the frontier army.
The pioneers who settled this land brought industry, creativity
and a new kind of wealth. One of these pioneers was the beloved western author, Louis L’Amour. Many of the places he frequented, such as the public library where Louis first connected with the written word, still exist. Also, the Stutsman County Memorial Museum showcases the way life was as the land was settled.
The Story of Mill Hill Travelers who spend any amount of time in Jamestown will likely traverse Mill Hill. The street connects the I-94-U.S. Highway 281 interchange with the downtown area. The name was derived from the Russell Miller Milling Co. flour mill that was an early fixture in the community located at the base of the hill near the James River. The mill was originally water powered, but the flow of the river proved too unreliable and a steam engine replaced the water wheel before 1910. The mill had a capacity of 250 bushels per day. The flour it produced was marketed under the name “Belle of Jamestown.” The flour was so popular the mill expanded to a 24-hour operation in the 1920s with more than 40 men working in the grain elevator and mill.
Mill Hill also served another purpose in Jamestown history. By 1909, a ski jump was constructed on the slope. It attracted adventurous amateurs as well as touring professionals who put on expeditions. The mill and ski jump are gone but the hill remains. It’s not an obstacle to travel but a reminder of some of the things important to the history of Jamestown.
Competition from the bigger Minneapolis flour mills caused the Jamestown flour mill to close in 1924. In 1933, the timbers and beams from the mill and associated buildings were used in some of the Works Progress Administration construction jobs in Jamestown including an auditorium in McElroy Park and the outfield fence at Jamestown’s baseball stadium.
In the late 1920s, the James River Basin
area was first studied for flood control and recreation. The Flood Control Act of December 22, 1944, secured this area for development and construction began in 1952.
As I-94 forged a path through North Dakota, Jamestown leaders recognized an opportunity to make Jamestown stand out on this new road. Construction for the World’s Largest Buffalo monument began in 1959.
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Outdoor Recreation Forgot your tent stakes? Weâ€™ve got those. Wish the weather would cooperate? Visit one of the 13 historic sites and museums nearby. Is the heat getting you down? No need to abandon your vacation, camp in at one of the many hotels and let the kiddos splash around in the pool. You can get away without leaving the conveniences for your family. Jamestown has over 250 campsites within minutes of the heart of downtown. Camping Pelican Point Landing
Located on the west side of the Jamestown Reservoir Reservations: TheDak@daktel.com 701-252-1451 50 sites
Located on the east side of the Jamestown Reservoir Reservations: 701-252-1183 or 701-320-6173 60 sites
Reservations: First come, first serve 16 sites
Reservations: 701-252-6262 JamestownCampground@yahoo.com 64 sites
Primitive camping on Pipestem Lake
Located off I-94 near Worldâ€™s Largest Buffalo Reservations: 701-252-7492 60 sites
Located off I-94 All RV sizes welcome
Located 10 miles north and 5 miles east of Jamestown Reservations: 701-252-4963 SpiritwoodLakeResort.com 50 sites
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Catch Some Great Fishing While you’re here, test the waters and discover our 20+ local fishing areas within a 40-mile radius. The most prominent spots include the Jamestown Reservoir, Pipestem Lake and Spiritwood Lake. For local fishing reports and detailed information about fishing in the area, go to FishJamestown.com.
Go Swimming Check out our three great family-friendly public swimming areas: one on the east side of the Jamestown Reservoir near Lakeside Marina, another on the west side of Jamestown Reservoir near Pelican Point campgrounds, and a third at Spiritwood Lake.
Kayaking and Canoeing Leave it all behind with a quiet morning paddle through the waters of the Jamestown Reservoir or Pipestem Lake.
Hike, Bike and Run Discover over 31 miles of terrain on one of the 5 signature trails in Jamestown. Developed by volunteers and the Jamestown Bike Club, these trails are maintained and provide varying degrees of difficulty.
Pipestem Creek Trail
8 miles or 3 miles for the outside loop Don’t let the overview of this trail fool you, in the heart of the course is a heart-pumping climb and descent with challenging kick turns and jumps along the route. Be prepared for a fun and exhilarating experience.
White Cloud Trail 10 miles
Named after our beloved sacred white buffalo, the White Cloud Trail follows the pasture edge where she roams in the summer. The course begins at McElroy Park and follows the James River. The trail climbs out of the wooded river bottom to the open and vast North Dakota Prairie.
North Ridge Trail 5 miles
This entry level difficulty trail is perfect for the family to enjoy time together. The trail stretches 5 miles in one direction providing peaceful views of the natural beauty of Pipestem Lake.
Split Rock Trail 1.8 miles
Below the paved walking path along the east side of the Jamestown Reservoir you’ll find this hidden trail. Great for an early morning run and an evening hike with the family, the diversity of this trail has something for everyone.
Overlook Trail 5 miles
Continue north from the Split Rock Trail onto the Overlook. This 5-mile looped stretch provides a workout as the trails climb up and down the scenic bluffs overlooking the Jamestown Reservoir. For complete maps of each of these trails, go to BikeJamestown.com.
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Jamestown Parks & Recreation
When the weather is warm, you can golf, play disc golf, swim, throw a few horseshoes, skateboard or check out the geocache treasures in the area. Have a canine companion? Pepperâ€™s Dog Park is here for you and your dog.
Hillcrest Municipal Golf Course
When the temperatures dip, cross-country skiing, indoor and outdoor ice skating and snowmobiling are available.
Jamestown Country Club
And year-round, there are leagues offered through Jamestown Parks and Recreation that cater to all ages. Basketball, volleyball, baseball, soccer, softball and tennis leagues are available.
18-hole golf course with cart rentals available; swimming, dining and lounge on site. Tee times reservations: 252-8448 or www.jamestowncountryclub.com
For more information on activities, call 252-3982 or visit www.jamestownparksandrec.com.
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18-hole golf course with cart rentals available. Tee times reservations: 252-4320 or www.prairiegolfer.com open to the public 3730 86th Ave. SE
Jamestown Municipal Swimming Pool 12th Avenue & 7th Street Northeast
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Jamestown Hillcrest Municipal Golf Course
“Come enjoy the family-friendly environment at the Jamestown Country Club located in the scenic James River Valley.”
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Birding Between the communities of Jamestown and Carrington lies the Prairie and Pothole Region. Volunteers from Birding Drives Dakota and the Friends of the Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge have made it easy to go where the birds are! Six birding drives will take you to remote hotspots amid sweeping grasslands, rolling woodlands, wooded draws and diverse marshlands. Check off these, and some 320 other species of birds, from your life list.
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Ferruginous Hawk Sprague’s Pipit Gray Partridge Sharp-tailed Grouse Chestnut-collared Longspur Baird’s Sparrow LeConte’s Sparrow Nelson’s Sparrow Yellow Rail
For a detailed brochure of the birding hotspots including detailed maps, contact guestinfo@DiscoverJamestownND.com.
Birding Drives Dakota This group of community volunteers coordinates the 300 miles of signed drives and hosts an annual birding festival in
mid-June. For more details of its work, go to www.birdingdrives.com.
Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Complex Chase Lake and Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuges, Valley City Wildlife Management District and Arrowwood Wildlife Management District provide 75,000 acres of venue for birding. Chase Lake is home to one of the largest American While Pelican nesting colonies in North America. The Arrowwood Refuge Headquarters provides a number of visitor services including a visitors center, a 5 ½-mile auto tour, view blinds for the dancing of the sharp tailed grouse in early May, as well as several nature and hiking trails. For more information, go to www.fws.gov/refuge/Arrowwood.
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Places to Stay Buffalo Motel
Gladstone Inn & Suites
Hampton Inn & Suites
1530 6th Ave. SW 701-252-0180 23 rooms
811 20th St. SW 800-424-6423 52 rooms
824 20th St. SW 800-329-7466 41 rooms
2627 Hwy 281 South 701-952-9800 19 rooms
Fairfield Inn & Suites Opening Summer 2015 930 25th St. SW 701-952-6300 108 rooms
111 2nd St. NE 866-748-4466 100 rooms
2700 8th Ave. SW 701-952-6500 90 rooms
Holiday Inn Express 803 20th St. SW 877-465-4329 52 rooms
Jamestown Motel 1018 4th Ave. SW 800-682-6227 24 rooms
Lakeview Meadow—Cabins West side of the Jamestown Reservoir 8280 31st St. SE 701-252-5100
My Place Hotel
Opening Spring 2015 502 24th St. SW 701-952-4400 46 rooms
Quality Inn & Suites 507 25th St. SW 701-252-3611 117 rooms
Super 8 Motel
2623 Hwy 281 South 800-800-8000 47 rooms
Two Rivers Inn—East 1009 12th Ave. SE 701-252-2363 24 rooms
Two Rivers Inn—West 408 Business Loop West 701-252-0222 27 rooms
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Places to Meet On behalf of the City of Jamestown and the Jamestown Civic Center, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to Jamestown as your convention and event destination. Located on Interstate 94 between Fargo and Bismarck, Jamestown offers you the perfect base camp, allowing you to explore the area in all directions from one economical central location. Located near downtown in the center of the community, the Jamestown Civic Center has the size and flexibility to accommodate corporate meetings, conventions and professional, elegant and intimate wedding receptions, including 18,540 square feet of exhibit space, 11 break out rooms and seating for 6,500. As you continue the event planning and execution process, you will experience the pleasure of working with personnel who are dedicated to understanding and fulfilling your needs. Our staff is committed to the success of your event by offering comprehensive support services for your meeting groups, including welcome packets, banners, tour arrangements, room block and informational materials. The Jamestown Civic Center is committed to making your experience a success. We would be honored to host your next meeting, event or convention, where we will meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
Sincerely, Pamela Fosse Jamestown Civic Center/Convention Bureau 701-252-4835, firstname.lastname@example.org
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115 2nd St. SW—701-251-2496 Seating capacity with tables is 115, with chairs, 200. Sound system available.
Babb’s Coffee House
100 1st Ave. S—701-251-2227 Downstairs meeting room will seat 30, second floor meeting room will seat 40.
1520 3rd St. SE—701-252-3982 www.jamestownparksandrec.com Facility capacity for 165 people. Sound system and big-screen television available.
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324 2nd Ave. SW—701-320-2251 The conference room will seat 75. Kitchen facilities available.
Gladstone Inn & Suites
111 2nd St. NE—701-252-0700 www.gladstoneinn.com Gladstone rooms combined will seat 375 with tables, 400 with chairs; poolside reception area will seat 80 with tables, 100 with chairs. Portable dance floors, risers and equipment for business/entertainment presentations available. On-site catering available.
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1015 5th Ave. NE—701-952-9520 Seating for 40 with tables, 90 with chairs.
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Jamestown Civic Center
212 3rd Ave. NE 701-252-8088 www.jamestownciviccenter.com A 48,000 square-foot facility, the main floor will seat 6,500 with chairs, 1,073 with tables. The Exchequer Room will seat 320 at tables, 400 with chairs; the Hanson Room will seat 96 with tables, 150 with chairs. Portable stages and sound systems available along with other services.
Jamestown Country Club 3730 86th Ave. SW 701-368-8261
www.jamestowncountryclub.com Meeting room seating capacity of 40. Including dining and bar area, seating capacity is 150. Onsite catering available.
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Knights of Columbus
One meeting room with a seating capacity of 35. Lectern and other equipment available.
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Masonic Lodge No. 6 8358 31st St. SE 701-269-2714
Seating capacity with tables is 130; with chairs, 200. Sound system available.
805 20th St. SW 701-952-2000 www.pizzaranch.com Meeting room seating capacity of 50. On-site catering available.
Quality Inn & Suites 507 25th St. SW 701-252-3611, ext. 302 www.qualityinn.com
Seating capacity with tables is 350, and 400 with chairs. Sound system and other equipment available.
Stutsman County Fairgrounds 3325 83rd Ave. SE 701-320-3138
Seating capacity of 250. Portable sound system available.
116 1st St. SE 701-252-8994 Meeting room one seating capacity is 22; meeting room two seating capacity is 32; dining room capacity is 174. Dining room with second meeting room capacity is 200. Portable sound system available.
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Area Economy Jamestown’s area economy is booming, with a diverse base of agriculture and manufacturing businesses.
Cost of Living In comparison to the average cost of living in the United States, Jamestown is a very affordable community. Jamestown US Average Overall 88 100 Food 104.7 100 Health 104 100 Housing 58 100 82 100 Utilities Transportation 97 100 Misc.* 106 100 * Includes goods and services not included in other categories Information compiled by Sperling’s Best Places
Agriculture plays a major role in the economy of Jamestown and Stutsman County. In 2014, CHS announced its plans to build a $3 billion fertilizer plant in nearby Spiritwood. In the Spiritwood Energy Park Association industrial park east of Jamestown the Dakota Spirit AgEnergy ethanol plant is expected to begin full operations in June. Next to the ethanol plant is the Spiritwood Station, a coalfired steam and electric generating plant, operated by Great River Energy, which went online in 2014. Corn and soybeans are major crops grown, along with some wheat, oats, barley and other small grains. Livestock is also produced especially in western Stutsman County. Jamestown’s economy also includes a number of manufacturing businesses. These industries produce components for the aerospace industry, farm and industrial equipment, malt for beer production and french fries, to name just a few products.
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Attractions World’s Largest Buffalo, National Buffalo Museum & Frontier Village When early Jamestown settlers arrived in North Dakota, thundering herds of magnificent bison stampeded across windswept prairies and grazed wide-open grasslands. Even to this day, visitors can get a glimpse of these wondrous beasts, which are held sacred by American Indian tradition. Preserving its heritage as the “Buffalo City,” Jamestown pays homage to the bison with museums, largerthan-life monuments and live herds roaming in pastures. To explore Jamestown’s fascinating history, take a trip to Frontier Village, an old-time settlement of original pioneer buildings relocated from around the Great Plains and filled with historical artifacts. An exciting, family-friendly destination, Frontier Village offers stagecoach and pony rides, exhilarating Wild West shoot-outs and gift shops featuring North Dakota products and handmade goods by local artisans—not to mention several important bison attractions.
In the National Buffalo Museum, visitors can discover the vital role bison played for early plains settlers while learning about history dating back to prehistoric times. Just outside the museum, you’ll find a live bison herd roaming the pastures. An important member of the herd is White Cloud, the only certified true albino bison in the world. She has birthed 11 calves as of spring 2014, including Dakota Miracle, a white buffalo. Each year, thousands of visitors come to this area to spot these rare, majestic creatures grazing the grasslands. For the ultimate photo op, make sure to visit Dakota Thunder, the World’s Largest Buffalo monument, located just outside Frontier Village. The town’s claim to fame, this 60-ton cement statue stands 25 feet tall, welcoming visitors to Jamestown since 1959.
Boyhood Home of Louis L’Amour Louis Dearborn LaMoore was born in Jamestown on March 22, 1908, as the seventh child of Dr. Louis Charles LaMoore and Emily Dearborn LaMoore. His father was a large-animal veterinarian, local politician and farm-equipment broker who had arrived in Dakota Territory in 1882.
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One might suggest L’Amour first encountered cowboys as they traveled through Jamestown with their livestock on their way to or from ranches in Montana. He spent much of his free time at the local library reading and on the school grounds of the Franklin School. At the age of 16 the family left the area after a series of bank failures that devastated the economy and began the wandering years that defined L’Amour.
Fort Seward 603 10th Ave. NW 701-251-1875 Jamestown’s Fort Seward existed from June 3, 1872, to September 30, 1877. It was during this time the Northern Pacific Railroad was being built that this facility served as protection for 500 railroad workers. President Ulysses S. Grant drafted orders for military presence to ensure no crews would come into harm. When the fort was abandoned, it was dismantled and transport to Fort Totten, 81 miles north of Jamestown. An interpretive center has been established to recount the historical significance of this site. While there is no report of any hostile encounter for the short history of this site, the interpretive center provides detailed accounts of the life of the soldiers and existence. From their simple housing to the gardens from the rich prairie that provided their nourishment, learn about these men and their work to bring the east west.
Stutsman County Memorial Museum 321 3rd Ave. SE 701-252-6741 The Stutsman County Memorial Museum is housed in the historic Lutz Mansion. George Lutz arrived in Jamestown in 1882, an immigrant from the Black Forest region in Germany. He was a local lumber dealer and by the turn of the century had lumber yards in Jamestown and four surrounding communities. By 1890 he was a wellrespected leader and was elected to the first North Dakota Legislature. In 1907 he built the beautiful craftsman-style home for his family. The detail and materials are exquisite, featuring many stained glass windows and bas relief designs in the plaster of most rooms. Beginning in the 1930s the mansion was used as a home for the aged until 1965 when it became a museum dedicated to the story of the region. The four floors of the pioneer home have a treasury of memorabilia reflecting the culture and life of the early pioneers. In 2013, the museum added a two-story gazebo to the grounds of the museum. This gazebo is a full-sized replica of a structure built in 1883 to receive former president Ulysses S. Grant who was on his way to Cold Creek, Montana, to participate in the “Golden Spike Celebration” by the Northern Pacific Railroad. Grant stopped in Jamestown to address the crowd and vowed to sit in the gazebo until he had met with every Civil War veteran in the city. The museum is handicapped accessible and is free to the public. Donations are gratefully accepted.
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622 1st Ave. S 701-252-0119 stjamesbasilica.org
115 2nd St. SW 701-251-2496 www.jamestownarts.com
The first Catholics settled in the James and Pipestem river valleys as early as 1872. The first services were held in a boxcar and in 1883 the first church was built on two blocks of donated land.
Located in the heart of historical downtown Jamestown, The Arts Center hosts a rotating fine arts exhibit all year round. Gallery admission is free. The exhibit changes every four to six weeks. No matter how many times you swing through Jamestown, expect to see something new and inspiring.
The current St. James Basilica is a stunning example of an American Gothic-style church. The beautiful stained glass windows include the depictions of the joyful mysteries of the Holy Rosary, the glorious mysteries of the Holy Rosary and the historic occasions for the church building. In 1989, St. James was elevated as a Minor Basilica and was the 24th church in the United States to receive this distinction. The Apostolic Brief, which raised the Church of St. James to Minor Basilica, can be viewed at the southwest entrance of the building.
North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame—Jamestown Civic Center 212 3rd Ave. NE 701-252-4835 Located in the Jamestown Civic Center, the North Dakota Hall of Fame serves as a tribute to the greatest names in North Dakota athletics. Exhibits can be found throughout the building and include home run king Roger Maris and basketball coaching legend Phil Jackson.
If you are visiting for more than one day, stop in and explore the long list of creative opportunities being offered. We entertain and inspire people of all ages and skill levels. During the school year there is an Arts After School program from 3:30–5:00 p.m. During the summer, there is a new kids art or theater camp weekly. The Arts Center also hosts various concerts, performing artists, festivals, art classes, workshops, theater performances and humanities presentations.
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The Jamestown Speedway 3325 83rd Ave. SE 701-251-2897 www.jamestownspeedway.com Home to the Wissota AMS Oil Dirt Track series, the Speedway hosts weekly races beginning in May. Its signature event, the Stock Car Stampede, takes place in 2015 on September 25 and 26. It is the largest two-day racing event in the Midwest.
The Stutsman County Fairgrounds 6th Ave. NW & 27th St. NW 701-252-2404 Home to the Stutsman County Fair, the fairgrounds is also home to a number of facilities, activities and events throughout the year.
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Places to Eat Applebees
611 25th St. SW 701-952-7753 Full service menu.
1801 8th Ave. SW 701-252-2048 Sandwiches, salads, drivethru, dine-in, take-out.
Babb’s Coffee House
100 1st Ave. S 701-251-2227 Coffee drinks, sandwiches, soups, baked goods.
2314 Highway 281 S 701-251-1217 Sandwiches, burgers, salads, drive-thru, dine-in.
509 10th St. SE 701-251-1252 Chinese food.
330 Business Loop W 701-252-4181 Sandwiches, burgers, salads, ice cream, drive-thru, dine-in.
Jamestown Business Center 302 2nd St. NE 701-252-1003 Burgers, sandwiches, soups, breakfast all day.
324 2nd Ave. SW 701-252-3642 Bar and grill menu, everyone welcome.
706 1st Ave. S 701-252-8888 Pizza, sandwiches, pasta, chicken wings, dine-in, carry-out, delivery.
Fast Break and Cherry Berry 2505 6th Ave. SW 701-252-9800 Frozen yogurt, sandwiches, coffee.
Frontier Fort Bar & Grill 1838 3rd Ave. SE 701-252-7492 Bar and grill menu.
208 1st St. W 701-253-8085 Coffee, soups, salads, sandwiches.
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Grizzly’s Wood Fired Grill
2612 8th Ave. SW 701-253-9700 Full menu, chicken, bar and grill.
901 1st Ave. S 701-252-3176 Full menu, dine-in, carry-out, drive-thru.
Hong Kong Buffet
605 25th St. SW 701-251-2888 Chinese and American buffet.
IDK Bar And Grill 1009 13th St. NE 701-952-5550 Burgers, homemade pizza, wings.
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519 1st Ave. S 701-252-6069 Full menu, open to all.
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2619 8th Ave. SW 701-252-1930 Full Mexican menu.
110 2nd St. NW 701-252-1510 Full Mexican menu.
810 20th St. SW 701-252-9538 Breakfast, burgers, sandwiches, dine-in, drive-thru.
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410 10th St. SE 701-952-1256 Breakfast, sandwiches, home cooking.
Papa Murphy’s Take-and-Bake Pizza
725 1st Ave. S 701-252-8282 Take and bake pizza, salads.
725 1st Ave. S 701-252-7777 Mexican cuisine.
Perkins Family Restaurant Junction I-94 and U.S. Hwy 281 S 701-252-1370 Full menu, bakery.
710 10th St. SE 701-252-5780 Pizza, sandwiches, pasta, chicken wings, dine-in, takeout, delivery.
805 20th St. SW 701-952-2000 Pizza, crispy bread, chicken, buffet, dine-in, carry-out, delivery.
Plantation Coffee Bar
113 Business Loop W 701-952-6700 Coffee drinks, baked goods, sandwiches, drive-thru.
Polar King Drive-In
921 13th St. NE 701-251-1585 Chicken, burgers, sandwiches, ice cream, drive-thru.
721 1st Ave. S 701-251-9348 Subs, sandwiches, wraps, salads, dine-in, carry-out, delivery.
S&R Truck Plaza Café
1609 Business Loop E 701-252-4911 Full menu, breakfast served all day.
103 1st Ave. S 701-952-9529 Steak and fish specialties.
Simply Home Coffee Shop 2619 8th Ave. SW 701-952-2400 Coffee drinks, baked goods.
Gladstone Inn & Suites 111 2nd St. NE 701-252-0700 Bar and grill menu.
907 7th Ave. SE 701-252-8249 1921 8th Ave. SW 701-252-4167 Subs, sandwiches, salads.
105 Business Loop W 701-251-9488 Mexican food, salads, drive-thru.
718 10th St. SE 701-252-2508 Mexican food, drive-thru.
Quality Inn 507 25th St. SW 701-252-3611 Bar and grill menu.
116 1st St. E 701-252-8994 Evenings only; open to all.
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Events There’s always something going on in and around Jamestown and you’ll find a full calendar of events that is continually updated, including any changes to events listed here, at www.DiscoverJamestownND.com/calendar. Updates and community information are also posted at “Jamestown ND” on Facebook. March 2015
3–8 North Dakota Winter Show, Valley City 6–7 Jamestown Choralaires Spring Concert, Jamestown High School, 7:30 p.m. 7 Buffalo City Motorsports Swap Meet, Jamestown Civic Center, 9:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m. 9, 10, 12 Region 3 Boys Basketball Tournament, Jamestown Civic Center 14 Runnin O’ The Green, starts at Frontier Fort, registration 11:00 a.m. 14 End of the Trail Party, Jamestown Civic Center 17 Ag Luncheon, Jamestown Civic Center, Noon 18 Artful Happy Hour, The Arts Center, 5:30 p.m. 19–Apr 25 Anna Jacobson: Elements—Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 20–21 Star Power Talent Dance Competition, Jamestown Civic Center 20 Geraldine Ong—Piano Performance, Reiland Fine Arts Center, University of Jamestown, 7:30 p.m. 22 University of Jamestown Choir Concert, St. James Basilica, 2:00 p.m.
26–28 “You Can’t Get There From Here”— Dinner Theater Production, The Arts Center, 6:00 p.m. 27–28 USA Folkstyle Wrestling, Jamestown Civic Center
8 Neal McCoy with Brad Upton, Jamestown Civic Center, 7:30 p.m. 10–12 Country Side RV Show, Jamestown Civic Center 15 Artful Happy Hour, The Arts Center, 5:30 p.m. 17–19 “Twelfth Night”—Theater Production, University of Jamestown, 7:30 p.m. 18–19 Home & Garden Show, Jamestown Civic Center, Sat. 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Sun. Noon–5:00 p.m. 24–25 USA Freestyle Wrestling, Jamestown Civic Center 25–26 Spring Craft Show, Buffalo Mall 30–June 6 Born of Sand, Forged in Fire: Glass Arts—Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 30 An Evening of One-Acts, University of Jamestown, 7:30 p.m.
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Free Parking Great Food • Beer Gardens Pony Rides• Livestock and 4-H Merchants Exhibits Home & Hobby Exhibits Free Entertainment Nightly
9 Season Opener, Jamestown Speedway (weather permitting), 7:00 p.m. 14 Taste of Home Cooking School, Reiland Fine Arts Center, doors open 3:00 p.m., show 7:00 p.m. 16–17 Dakota Anglers Walleye/Northern Fishing Tournament, Jamestown Reservoir 16 Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 20 Artful Happy Hour, The Arts Center, 5:30 p.m. 23 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 23 Advantage RV Mod Tour, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 30 Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 30 Live Music Concert with Robby Vee, The Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.
Sundays Front Porch Chat, Stutsman County Memorial Museum, 2 p.m.
6 7th Annual Running of the Pink, R.M. Stoudt Ford 6 Little Britches Fishing Tournament, Jamestown Reservoir 6 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 6 Bomber Bonanza Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 10–14 Potholes & Prairie Birding Festival, Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge 12–14 21st Annual Kite Festival, Meidinger Park, Fri. 4:00–8:00 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 11–Jul 18 Open Range: The Art of Horse & Cowboy—Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 13 NLRA Late Models Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 18 JunKin CuZins JunkYard Expo and Flea Market, Stutsman County Fairgrounds 20–21 Rally in the Valley, Valley City 20 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 20 Kids Night Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 19–21 R.M. Stoudt Off-Road Festival featuring Pipestem XTERRA, Pipestem Creek 21–27 Fort Seward Wagon Train (week-long pioneer adventure), starts at Fort Seward 23–25 Foster County Fair, Carrington 27 Street Stock Spectacular Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m.
Sundays Front Porch Chat, Stutsman County Memorial Museum, 2 p.m. 1–4 Stutsman County Fair, Stutsman County Fairgrounds 3–4 James River Rodeo, Rodeo Grounds at the Stutsman County Fairgrounds 4 Kiddies’ Bike Parade, Downtown Jamestown 4 Stutsman County Fair Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 4 Fireworks, Stutsman County Fairgrounds, following Jamestown Speedway races at about 10:30 p.m. 8–11 Kidder County Fair, Steele 10–12 White Cloud’s Birthday Celebration/ Tatanka Festival, city-wide events (parade, car show, parks festival, pancake feed, vendors and more) 10 Dakota Classic Modified Tour Championship Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m.
11 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 11 A-Mod Showdown Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 11–12 Summer Sodbuster Days, Fort Ransom 15 AAUW Garden Tour, 4:00–8:00 p.m. 18–19 Drag Racing, Jamestown Regional Airport, Gates open 7 a.m. Time trials at 9:00 a.m. Eliminations at 1:00 p.m. 18 Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 23–Aug 23 Jackie McElroy: NDAGA Touring Show—Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 25–26 North Dakota State Junior Olympics Slow Pitch Softball Tournament 25 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 25 MW Mod Festival Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m.
Sundays Front Porch Chat, Stutsman County Memorial Museum, 2 p.m. 1–2 North Dakota State Women’s Rec II Slow Pitch Softball Tournament 1 NLRA Late Models Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 8 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 15 Pipestem Creek Trail Run, Pipestem Creek Trail 15 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 15 Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 16 Gear Grinder Mountain Bike Race, Pipestem Creek Trail 18 Back to School Night Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 27 Community Block Party, Downtown Jamestown, 5:00–8:00 p.m. 29 Wild West Shoot-Out, Frontier Village, 3:00 p.m. 29 Season Championship Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway, 7:00 p.m. 30–Oct. 3 51st Annual JFAA Exhibition— Art Exhibit, The Arts Center
5–6 Labor Day Duel Stock Car Races, Jamestown Speedway 11–13 Medina Fall Festival, Medina 12–13 Sodbuster Days, Fort Ransom 12 JunkFest, Carrington
18–20 Central North Dakota Steam Thresher’s Reunion, New Rockford 26–28 Sheyenne Valley Arts & Crafts Festival, Fort Ransom 12 Oktoberfest and Homebrew Contest, Stutsman County Fairgrounds, 5:30 p.m. 25–26 Stock Car Stampede—the largest 2-day racing event in the Midwest, Jamestown Speedway 25–27 North Dakota Roughrider Rodeo State Finals, Jamestown Civic Center
8–Nov. 7 Emily Yellowbird—Watercolor and Paper-cutting Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 10 Big Sit! Noncompetitive Birding Event, Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge 10–11 Fall Craft Show, Buffalo Mall 13 Energy Luncheon, ND Farmers Union, Noon 24 Church Bazaar, Buffalo Mall
8 Christmas Boutique & Craft Show, Jamestown Civic Center 12–Dec. 12 North Dakota and South Dakota Photo Portfolio: NDAGA Touring Show— Art Exhibit, The Arts Center 14 Women’s Expo, Quality Inn & Suites, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 19 Farmers’ Appreciation Banquet, Jamestown Civic Center, 6:00 p.m. 27 Tree Lighting Ceremony, Jamestown Civic Center, 4:30 p.m. 27 Holiday Dazzle Parade, Downtown Jamestown, 7:00 p.m.
4 Bags, Baskets, and Bubbly, Quality Inn 5 Clown for a Night, Jamestown Civic Center 10–12 Stutsman County Boys Basketball Tournament, Jamestown Civic Center 17–Jan. 23 Greg Walter Oil Paintings—Art Exhibit, The Arts Center
12–13 Winter Ag & Construction Expo, Jamestown Civic Center, 9:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.
19–20 JRFD Ice Fishing Derby, Jamestown Reservoir
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About Jamestown The people of Jamestown and surrounding communities reflect the beauty of the area in their giving and friendly spirit. Rarely does a week go by without a fundraiser being held for a local organization, charity, group or activity, supported by a generous community. According to 2010 census data, the average Jamestown citizen most likely has German or Norwegian ancestry. Food is very important to these cultures with knoephla soup and kuchen featured in some restaurants, and lefse and lutefisk served at some church suppers each year.
University of Jamestown. As of February 2015, 886 students were studying at the university.
The population of Jamestown was 15,427 in 2010, making it the eighth most populated city in North Dakota at that time.
The population of Jamestown is somewhat younger than other parts of the state. The average age of a Jamestown citizen is 39.9 years old. The largest age demographic in the city is 20- to 24-year-olds, 8.8 percent of the cityâ€™s population, which may be due in part to the bustling
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The next largest age group is 50- to 54-yearolds at 7.6 percent; 45- to 49-year-olds and 55to 59-year-olds both tied at 6.9 percent each.
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Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office
102 3rd Ave. SE 701-252-5900 www.JamestownND.org
205 6th St. SE 701-252-6200— administration line 701-252-9000— report an incident
Stutsman County Offices
North Dakota Highway Patrol
Jamestown City Hall
511 2nd Ave. SE 701-252-9035 www.stutsman.nd.us
Law Enforcement Emergency: Dial 911
Jamestown Police Department 205 6th St SE 701-252-2414
3568 81st Ave. SE 701 252-5821
Community Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce
120 2nd St. SE www.jamestownchamber.com 701-252-4830
Jamestown Downtown Association
1002 2nd Ave. SE www.jamestowndowntown.com 701-320-3015
Jamestown Parks & Recreation
1002 2nd Ave. SE www.jamestownparksandrec.com 701-252-3982
Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp.
120 2nd St. SE www.growingjamestown.com 701-252-6861
South Central Dakota Regional Council 120 2nd St. SE www.scdrc.org 701-952-8060
James River Library System
3020 18th St. SE Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. 701-252-5223
JamesRiverLibrary.org Alfred Dickey Branch 105 3rd St. SE 701-252-2990 Stutsman County Branch 910 5th St. SE 701-252-1531
Job Service of North Dakota 4292nd St. SW www.jobsnd.com 701-253-6200
Recycling Renaissance Recycling Corner of 1st Street and 3rd Ave. SW Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to Noon 701-952-7314
Healthy Living Jamestown Regional Medical Center
212 2nd St. SW Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday–9 a.m.–Noon
2422 20th St. SW www.jrmcnd.com - 701-952-1050 This 25-bed, state-of-the-art medical facility, opened in July 2011 and provides a 24-hour emergency department, Family BirthPlace, intensive care and surgical services along with a full line of medical services.
Jamestown Parks & Recreation www.jamestownparksandrec.com
The Beneﬁts are Endless!! • Archery • Baseball • Basketball • Bicycling • Disc Golf • Football • Golf • Hiking & Bike Trails
• Hockey • Parks • Swimming Pool • Skateboarding • Skating • Soccer • Softball • Tennis • Track
OTHER EVENTS: • Kite Festival • Mountain Bike Race • Disc Golf Tournament • McElroy Park Festival • Winter Activities • Skating, Sledding, Snowshoeing, • X-Country Skiing
For more info: Parks & Recreation Office at 701-252-3982 PO Box 2014 • 1002 2nd Avenue SE • Jamestown, ND 58401
South Central Human Service Center 520 3rd St. NW 701-253-6300
North Dakota State Hospital
The hospital specializes in psychiatric and substance abuse services for individuals whose needs exceed the resources and capacity of other community services.
Central Valley Health District 122 2nd St. NW www.centralvalleyhealth.org 701-252-8130
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Services include nursing services as well as emergency services, environmental health, immunizations and screenings.
The service center serves the nine-county area of Barnes, Griggs, Foster, Wells, Logan, McIntosh, Dickey, LaMoure and Stutsman. Services include mental health, family and addiction counseling. It also operates a 24-hour crisis hotline at 701-253-6304.
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Jamestown Regional Medical Center Clinic
Jamestown VA Outpatient Clinic
2430 20th St. SW 701-952-4878 JRMC clinical services include on-staff specialists in podiatry, orthopedics and obstetrics. The hospital clinic also hosts visiting specialists in a variety of fields.
2422 20th St. SW 701-952-4787 A community-based outreach clinic of the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Fargo. The clinic offers basic services with referral to the Fargo clinic and hospital for specialty cases.
Essentia Healthâ€”Jamestown Clinic
2430 20th St. SW 701-253-5300 800-247-0159 The clinic offers a full range of services including family medicine, diabetic medicine, podiatry and general surgery. The clinic hosts visiting specialists from within the Essentia network.
Second Ave Clinic 300 2nd Ave. NE 701-251-6000 800-543-4321 Fifth Ave Clinic 904 5th Ave. NE 701-253-4000
Ave Maria Village
501 19th St. NE www.avemariavillage.org - 701-252-5660 This 100-bed skilled nursing facility provides long-term care as well as rehabilitation care for members of all faiths.
Eventide at Hi-Acres
1300 2nd Place NE www.eventide.org - 701-252-5881 A skilled nursing care facility for about 140 residents and includes special units based on patient needs.
Rock of Ages
1315 4th St. NE www.rockofagescare.com - 701-252-9292 This facility provides about 50 beds of basic care for individuals not requiring the level of assistance provided at skilled nursing facilities.
1505 3rd St. SE 701-251-1741 A secured facility that provides skilled and basic care for individuals with Alzheimerâ€™s disease or dementia.
Fitness Centers James River Family Fitness 918 7th St. NE 701-253-4101
Anytime Fitness 2400 8th Ave. SW 701-252-4142
501 19th St NE Jamestown, ND 58401 701-252-5660
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• Kinderclub and Mash • Youth Programs • 3-6th Graders Programs • Middle school & UP programs • Adult programs • Swimming Lessons • Boot Camp • Battle Ropes • Cardio Circuit: • Core & more • Cycle Circuit • Group Cycling • Battle Ropes • SilverSneaker® Cardio Circuit • SilverSneakers® Cardio Splash • SilverSneakers® Water aerobics • Yoga • Zumba® • Zumba® Gold
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HOURS OPEN Monday – Friday: 5:00am – 10:00pm Saturday: 6:00am – 8:00pm Sunday: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
POOL HOURS Monday – Friday: 6:00am – 9:30pm Saturday: 7:30am – 7:30 pm Sunday: 1:00pm – 6:30 pm
918 7th St. NE Jamestown, ND 58401
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New Age Fitness and Tanning 607 13th St. NE 701-952-7700
714 1st Ave. S 701-251-1990
JRMC Wellness Center 419 5th St. NE 701-952-4891
Auto/RV Towing B&D Towing and Auto Sales 701-252-5343
Budget Auto Service & Towing 701-252-1552
Eckman’s Auto Service
Interstate Tesoro 701-251-2837
James River Senior Center 701-252-7888
Jefferson Bus Lines
James River Public Transit
Klein’s Collision Center Inc. 701-252-5583
Jamestown Taxi 701-252-4200
Last Leg Taxi
Randy’s Auto Express
All New 2015 Chevrolet Colorado
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SALES - SERVICE - BODY SHOP - PARTS
800-450-2950 • 701-252-2950 305 Business Loop W. Jamestown, ND
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15 passenger van for large groups FIND NEW ROADS
Jamestown Regional Airport
Bison 6 Cinema
Chesterman Communications Jamestown Buffalo Mall 2400 8th Ave. SW, Suite D1 www.ksjbam.com 701-252-3570 Classic Country 600 KSJB-AM MIX 93.3 KSJZ-FM
1600 21st Ave. NE www.flyjamestown.net 701-252-6466
Jamestown Regional Airport 701-252-2255
Wilhelm Chevrolet Buick GMC 877-826-0689
R.M. Stoudt Ford 701-252-2270
Bison 6 Cinema is a multiplex with six theaters. It is located in the Buffalo Mall. 701-252-5688 http://bison6cinema.com
The Jamestown Sun 121 3rd St. NW www.jamestownsun.com 701-252-3120 or 800-657-8067 The Jamestown Sun serves Jamestown and the surrounding communities, providing daily newspaper service Monday through Saturday. It also publishes weekly The Sun Country, an agriculture supplement. The Jamestown Sun is the third-oldest newspaper in North Dakota.
Ingstad Family Media Radio 2625 8th Ave. SW www.newsdakota.com 701-252-1400 Big Dog Country 95.5 (KYNU-FM) TED-FM 98.3 (KXGT-FM) 103.1 “The Raven” (KRVX-FM) Q101.1 (KQDJ-FM) Dakota Country 1400AM (KQDJ-AM)
DIGITAL PROJECTION | WALL TO WALL SCREENS STADIUM SEATING MOVIE INFOLINE:
BISON 6 CINEMA BUFFALO MALL JAMESTOWN
VALLEY TWIN CINEMA 1315 W MAIN VALLEY CITY
DAILY MATINEES $6 BEFORE 6 PM
STUDENT THURSDAY $6 WITH ID
2 FOR $22 TUESDAYS (SAVE $5.00)
2 TICKETS 2 MED. DRINKS 1 MED. POPCORN
Cable & Internet Providers CSi Cable Services 312 2nd St. SW www.csicable.com 701-252-5281
Dakota Central Telecommunications 604 18th St. SW www.daktel.com 701-952-1000
Jamestown High School
Tuesdays at 6 p.m.— Lyngstad Center, University of Jamestown
Bill Nold, Principal 1509 10th St. NE www.jhs.jamestown.k12.nd.us 701-952-4003
Zonta Club of Jamestown
James Valley Career & Technology Center
1st Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.— Gladstone Inn & Suites
Education Lakes and Prairies Child Care Aware
920 10th St SE, Suite B Jamestown, ND 58401 701-252-0350
Child Care Aware offers consultation, training and resources for finding child care and for early childhood professionals.
Mondays at Noon— Quality Inn & Suites
1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 6 p.m.—Gladstone Inn & Suites
Optimist International Thursdays at Noon— Knights of Columbus Hall
Rotary International Tuesdays at Noon— Quality Inn & Suites
Anne Carlsen Center
Eric Monson, Chief Executive Officer 701 3rd St. NW annecenter.org—800-568-5175 Provides specialized programs and services for children and adults with disabilities, helping them maximize their full potential.
John Lynch, Director 910 12th St. NE www.jamesvalleyctc.k12.nd.us 701-252-8841
Alternative School John Conway, Program Director 1312 10th St. NE 701-251-1891
Jamestown Middle School Ryan Harty, Principal 203 2nd Ave. SE 701-252-0317
David Saxberg, Principal 1509 4th St. NE 701-252-3846
Sherry Schmidt, Principal 319 5th St. NE 701-252-0867
Emily Yellowbir d— Watercolo r and Paper-cut ting Art Exhib it October 8– Nov. 7 Pip es te m C re ek Tra il Ru n Au g u st 15 48
St. James Basilica 622 1st Ave S, Jamestown
215 South East 5th Street, Jamestown, ND Phone: 701-252-3397
St. John’s Academy is a Catholic Christian elementary school serving students from preschool through grade six. St. John’s Academy provides a loving, nurturing environment where students can develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, creatively & spiritually.
• Strong Catholic Tradition • Preschool through Grade 6 • Year Round Daycare - 3 and up • Before/After School Program • Fully Accredited
Sunday Masses Saturday Vigil: 4:30pm Sunday: 8:30am, 9:30am & 6:00pm
SAINT JOHN’S ACADEMY
Louis L’Amour Elementary
Jamestown Public Schools District Office
Hillcrest Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School
Vikki Coombs, Principal 1102 15th St. SW 701-251-2102
Patricia Smith, Principal 615 6th Ave. SE 701-252-1679
Washington Elementary Vikki Coombs, Principal 705 4th Ave. NW 701-252-0468
Robert Lech, Superintendent 207 2nd Ave. SE 701-252-1950
Carol Toay, Principal 116 15th Ave. NE hillcrest22.adventistschoolconnect.org 701-252-5409 Kindergarten through eighth grade
I invite you to consider the benefits of attending University of Jamestown, one of the Midwest’s finest liberal arts universities. U.S. News and World Report, in its “Best Colleges 2014” rankings, placed the university at No. 35 in the Midwest, making it North Dakota’s highestranked top tier school in any category. Established in 1883 as Jamestown College, University of Jamestown features interactive classes in which you will get to know your professors, an active campus lifestyle, and a wide range of majors and minors from which to choose. Founded by Presbyterian settlers, the university has been shaping minds and building character since 1883. We offer more than 40 areas of study to our approximately 1,000 students, and our 110acre campus is one of the most beautiful places to study in the region. We have recently added a master’s degree in education offered on campus and online, an online RN to BSN program, and a doctor of physical therapy program in Fargo. A Jamestown graduate has both a broad foundation in the liberal arts and in-depth knowledge in a discipline. Your experience is enhanced by
St. John’s Academy
Mark Wiest, Principal 215 5th St. SE stjamesbasilica.org/st-johnsacademy 701-252-3397 Preschool through sixth grade
University of Jamestown
Robert Badal, President 6000 College Lane uj.edu—701-252-3467
involvement in more than 30 campus activities and organizations including an array of athletic teams, student leadership organizations, a full range of arts programs, and honorary societies. At University of Jamestown, we like to say “Your Success. Our Tradition,” because of our excellent track record of successful alumni. Ninety-eight percent of our graduates of the past two years were employed or attending graduate school within six months of graduation. Take a few moments to peruse our website at uj.edu, and then fill out our online application for admission. An admission counselor will be happy to talk with you or to arrange a campus visit—all you have to do is ask! Sincerely, President Robert Badal
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Places to Worship It is with great pride that we, the Jamestown Ministerial Association, welcome you to our fair city here in North Dakota. Our weather may be unpredictable, but our hearts are warm and sincere. We have a wide variety of churches to serve your needs for both Saturday and/or Sunday worship. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and they will redirect your questions to the respective church representatives. Please enjoy your visit to North Dakota and please stop in Jamestown, ND, to experience our good oldfashioned hospitality. Blessings always! Deacon Tom Geffre
Association of Free Lutheran Congregations New Hope Free Lutheran Church 407 4th St. SE 701-952-3733 First Assembly of God Hwy. 281 and 18th St. SW 701-252-4092 New Life—Jamestown 2717 U.S. Highway 281 SE www.newlifeweb.org
Baptist Central Baptist Church (Independent) 124 3rd Ave. SE 701-252-5478 Faith Baptist Church 223 1st Ave. S 701-251-1478 First Baptist Church 409 3rd Ave. SE 701-952-1777 Temple Baptist Church (NAB) 1200 12th Ave. NE 701-952-0822
St. James Basilica Parish 622 1st Ave. S 701-252-0119
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2237 2nd St. SE 701-252-8514
Church of the Nazarene
Jamestown First Church of the Nazarene 1307 6th Ave. SE 701-252-1367
Episcopal (Anglican) Grace Episcopal Church 405 2nd Ave. NE 701-252-4499
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses 1415 12th Ave. NE 701-952-9332
Trinity Lutheran Church 523 4th Ave. SE 701-252-2841
Concordia Lutheran Church 502 1st Ave. N
Christ the King Lutheran Church 1114 17th St. SW 701-845-0702
First United Methodist Church 115 3rd St. SE 701-952-3718 or 701-952-5809 St. Paul’s United Methodist Church 1000 5th Ave. NE 701-252-3088
Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America
The Church of the Lutheran Confession
Victory Lutheran Church 510 9th Ave. SW 701-251-1570
Our Saviors Evangelical Lutheran Church (CLC) 325 5th Ave. SE
Lutheran (ELCA) Atonement Lutheran Church 1009 12th Ave. NE 701-252-4208 Immanuel Lutheran Church 1403 9th Ave. SE 701-252-1211 St. John’s Lutheran Church 424 1st Ave. S 701-252-1198
Jamestown United Pentecostal Church 1201 6th Ave. SE 701-252-5951 or 701-252-1472 United Presbyterian Church 302 2nd Ave. SE 701-252-1748
Salvation Army 320 1st Ave. N 701-252-0290
Seventh-day Adventist Church 1201 4th St. NE 701-252-1421
United Church of Christ First Congregational United Church of Christ 201 2nd St. SE
W illiams-L isko Funeral Chapel
Face-to-face meetings. One-on-one relationships. How did Edward Jones become one of the biggest financial services companies in the country? By not acting like one. With more than 10,000 offices. Including the 3 in Jamestown.
Call or visit any of our four financial advisors in the Jamestown area. To find an Edward Jones office near you, call 1-800-ED-JONES or visit www.edwardjones.com.
Michael R. Williams Funeral Director
Jamestown, 701-252-4520 Edgeley, 701-493-2405 email@example.com - www.williamslisko.com
Jamestown Salvation Army Thrift Store 210 Business Loop West
Open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Clothing
• Shoes • Housewares • Furniture • Toys • Books
Have something to donate? Drop it off at the store, or call for a pick-up at 701-251-9142 Donations and purchases support Salvation Army programs and services for Jamestown and Stutsman County.
The Salvation Army is a Christian church, and you’re welcome to worship with us on Sunday. 10 a.m. Sunday school for all ages • 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service Jamestown Worship and Service Center • 320 1st Avenue North • 701-252-0290
Read more at SalvationArmyNorth.org/jamestown
Nearby Attractions Wimbledon www.wimbledonnd.com 23 miles north of Jamestown on Highway 20 and 9 miles east on Highway 9
Wimbledon’s Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum Featuring Peggy Lee www.midlandcontinentaldepot.com firstname.lastname@example.org 701-435-2875 or 701-320-1020 The Midland Continental was a short line railroad that operated between 1912 and 1970. Originally intended to be a north-south transcontinental line linking grain markets from Winnipeg, Manitoba, to Galveston, Texas, all that was ultimately constructed was 77 miles of track between Wimbledon and Edgeley, ND. The main floor of the building served as the depot, and this floor showcases the railroad’s history.
Peggy Lee (1920-2002) was an American jazz, and popular music singer, songwriter and actress who lived and worked in this very depot from 1934 to 1937. In 1934, Marvin Egstrom became the depot agent and moved in with his family. His daughter, Norma Deloris Egstrom, better known as Peggy Lee, helped him run it. The large living room upstairs in the depot is dedicated entirely to Peggy Lee’s life, career and music.
Cooperstown www.cooperstownnd.com 25 miles east of Jamestown on I-94 and 37 miles north on Highway 1
Griggs County Historical Society 701-797-2992 www.griggscountyhistoricalsociety.com Featuring local artifacts as well collections from the Cold War, paleontology and local genealogy, the museum is open 7 days a week from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
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Mastel’s Lifestyle Heating & Air Conditioning
Appliance & Entertainment Center, Inc.
201 2nd St. NW - Jamestown, ND
701-252-2800 SALES, SERVICE AND INSTALLATION OF
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Colin & Toni Wegenast, Owners
918 17th St SW Jamestown, ND 58401 701.252.8111 • 1.800.732.2012 Fax: 701.252.7210 email: email@example.com Store Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am - 6:00 pm Saturdays 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
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Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site and Oscar Zero 701-797-3691 www.history.nd.gov/historicsites/minutemanmissile/ This historic site consists of two sites telling the story of the Cold War years in North Dakota. They are the Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility and the November-33 Launch Facility. They are the last remnants of the 321st Missile Wing, a cluster of intercontinental ballistic missile launch sites that were spread over a 6,500-square-mile area around the Grand Forks Air Force Base. These facilities played an integral part in the Cold War. At the Oscar-Zero Missile Alert Facility, take a guided tour down the elevator shaft to the underground Launch Control Equipment Building and Launch Control Center, to see firsthand the front lines of the United States’ strategy of nuclear deterrence. Step behind the concrete blast door and witness the equipment that could have been used by the missile crews to launch nuclear missiles. At November-33, see the topside of a launch facility, including the massive launch closure door which once protected a missile, an imposing security fence, the electronic security system and the ventilation systems that served the underground equipment buildings.
Valley City www.valleycitynd.org 34 miles east of Jamestown on I-94
Rosebud Visitors Center www.hellovalley.com The Rosebud Superintendent’s Railcar served as living accommodations for S. R. Ainslie, superintendent of the Northern Pacific Yellowstone Division. It remained in service until 1931 and was present for many events in the history of the Northern Pacific Railroad. In addition, the center provides displays on the history of the area including the ND Agricultural Hall of Fame.
Barnes County Historical Society The Barnes County Historical Society is a 20,000-square-foot facility dedicated to telling the history of the area. It features frequently changing exhibits and special traveling exhibits, lectures and events over the course of the year. On display is an HO scale train model of the Hi-Line Bridge, the shoes of Christian Paetow known as the Largest Man in Dakota Territory and the oldest registered car in North Dakota, a 1901 Oldsmobile,
Medicine Wheel Park http://medicinewheel.vcsu.edu Early cultures throughout the world built rock structures which joined the landscape to the sky. Their complete story is lost in the vastness of time. This reconstructed Medicine Wheel’s large circle measures 213 feet around. The 28 spokes radiating from its center represent the number of days in the lunar cycle. Six spokes extending well beyond the Wheel are aligned to the horizon positions of sunrises and sunsets on the first days of the four seasons. The park’s Medicine Wheel is a multicultural symbol celebrating the calendar discovery process by our intelligent human ancestors Photo by John M. Steiner
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around the globe and honoring the presence of the Native American burial mounds in the center of the Park.
Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway www.parkrec.nd.gov/byways/sheyenne/ sheyenne.html This byway stretches 63 miles along the breathtaking Sheyenne River Valley, from Baldhill Dam to Lisbon, following ancient Native American foot paths and pioneer wagon trails. In the spring, blooming lilacs and berry blossoms perfume the air, and in the fall, our spectacular display of leaves is a must-see.
LaMoure www.lamourend.com 37 miles south of Jamestown on Highway 281 and 19 miles east on Highway 13
Toy Farmer Museum
www.toyfarmer.com/museum 800-533-8293 Established in 1999 and free to the public, the Toy Farmer Museum hosts a unique number of farm toys made by many of the custom builder from the US and other countries. There is a complete collection of Ertl Precision tractors on display.
LaMoure County Museum www.lamourend.com/tourism.htm The LaMoure County Museum is a historical building houses and display memorabilia and historical artifacts of this area. An old country school house was also restored in 1997 and an additional building was constructed to house the many other agriculture-related items that have been donated through the years. The museum is open Saturdays from 2–4 p.m.
Celebrating over 60 years of service!
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Stop in and see the complete line-up of 2015’s!
STEEL • WOOD • DOORS • CORE DRILLING • EIFS CONCRETE SAWING • DECORATIVE CONCRETE 1223 12th Ave NE, Jamestown, ND 58401 Phone/Fax: (701) 252-7516 Cell: 701-320-7516 firstname.lastname@example.org
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500 Block 17th St. SW, Jamestown, ND (On the Road to the Buffalo) 701-252-4690 • 1-800-750-4690 • www.lloydstoyota.com Hours: Mon.-Thur. 7:30am-5:30pm • Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm Saturdays the sales floor is open from 9am – 3:30pm
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION
1223 12th Ave NE, Jamestown, ND 58401 Call Jim Schumacher at (701) 252-8331 email@example.com
The Coleman Museum
www.edgeley.com 37 miles south of Jamestown on Highway 281
This building houses an outstanding collection of artifacts and memorabilia of the Ellendale area. Open in the summer Tuesdays and Fridays 1–5 p.m.
Whitestone Hill Battlefield www.history.nd.gov/historicsites/whitestone/index.html South of Edgeley off Highway 281 lies this State Historical Site. The Whitestone Hill marks the scene of the fiercest clash between Indians and white soldiers in North Dakota. On September 3, 1863, General Alfred Sully’s troops attacked a tipi camp of Yanktonai, some Dakota, Hunkpapa Lakota and Blackfeet (Sihasapa Lakota) as part of a military mission to punish participants of the Dakota Conflict of 1862. A museum explaining the 1863 Sibley and Sully expeditions and the Battle of Whitestone is open May 16 through September 15, Thursday through Monday
Ellendale Opera House Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this beautiful building was the site of a wide variety of events beginning with traveling theater productions at the turn of the century. If you’d like to visit, stop by local businesses Crabtree Insurance or the Calico Cat to arrange a tour.
Steele www.steelend.com 58 miles west of Jamestown on I-94
Sandy the Sandhill Crane
www.ellendalend.com 63 miles south of Jamestown on Highway 281
A 38 1/2-foot Sandhill Crane is nested just south of exit 200. Inspired by local wildlife, Steele lies in the migration route for ducks
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Rolls of Carpet & Lino on Display in Our Warehouse
M-F 7:30 am - 5:30 pm • Saturday 8 am - 2 pm 701-952-7500 • 2801 3rd Ave SW Jamestown
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and geese, cranes, and pelicans frequent the many waterholes and lakes that surround Steele.
Medina www.medinand.com 28 miles west of Jamestown on I-94
recreation opportunities, Medina businesses as well as Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Chase Lake pelicans and other birds. For beginner and avid birders, be sure to stop and pick up the Chase Lake/Medina selfguided birding trail.
Medina Heritage Museum
www.carringtonnd.com 42 miles north on Highways 281 and 52
The museum houses collections from the community and local businesses, featuring a handmade replica of the Martel farm, located south of Medina. The Medina Heritage Museum is open on Sunday afternoons from Memorial Day to Labor Day and by appointment by calling Jackie at 701-486-3198.
Foster County Museum 701-652-1313 Located off 2nd Street and 16th Avenue, this local museum has displays of agricultural equipment, historical photos and historical records. A one-room school is next door, ready for tours. Open Sunday afternoons and by appointment.
Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Medina Visitor Center Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, the visitorâ€™s center contains information for local
Dakota Sun Gardens and Winery 888-406-4066 www.dakotasungardens.com www.dakotasungardenswinery.com Hidden much off the beaten path, this oasis on the prairie is a botanical gem. The grounds feature unique varieties of plants and trees. Smattered amongst the 15-acre garden are farm-engineered sculptures unique only to this property. The gardens serve as a wonderful event and meeting space.
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Dave Greenwood Owner
Phone/Fax (701) 252-4905 firstname.lastname@example.org 312 2nd ST NW Jamestown, ND
New Rockford www.cityofnewrockford.com 59 miles north of Jamestown on Highway 281
The Dakota Prairie Regional Center for the Arts
A block of vacant buildings has transformed into a center of cultural activity, including a renowned stage theatre, coffee shop, wine bar, gift shop and dance studio. To learn more about the DPRCA, or to catch an upcoming show, go to www.dprca.com.