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Summer Fairs, Festivals & Fun

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142nd Annual

Lake Elmo, MN

MUSICAL LINE UP Live Music Every Night from Rock & Roll to Dance and even some Bluegrass Go to for complete line-up


1800’s Era Picnic Dancing the 19th Century Way Children’s Games Styling in the 19th Century (Fashion Show) Weddings/Renewal of Wedding Vows - FREE ALL KINDS OF ANIMALS!!!

Below is just some of the fun events we have planned FAMILY FUN DAY Animal Talks Thursday, August 1st Mary Hall’s Show for Pipsqueaks Join us for a variety of special Animal Talks from Down Under & Around the children’s entertainment beginning at World 10am on the Main Stage. O’ Shea Irish Dancers SENIOR CITIZENS DAY Tropical Ballroom Swing Dancers Ms. Jaz-ee – Balloonologist Friday, August 2nd Swinetime Pig Races Senior Citizens (65 & over) are admitted Pick-Up See-Saw Contest FREE until 1 pm on Friday Only Direct from the North Pole – Santa Claus Come and join your friends and neighbors at 1pm Lumberjack Show in the West Pavilion for special awards, Schiffelly Puppets – Award Winning Puppet Show refreshments and bingo. Washington County K-9 Unit MOTOR SPORTS EVENTS Washington County 4-H Arts-In Show Pick-Up See Saw, Bull Riding, Draft Horse Pull Kid Power Pedal Pull Demolition Derby and Tractor Pulls Bale Toss Contest scheduled for this year!! Pie Eating Contest Vintage Baseball Game with 1800’s Rules For Full Event Details Living History Society of Minnesota Presents with all of the times go to Sunday in the 1800’s (Living History Program and Special Eqpt. provided courtesy of the Legacy Grant)

Daily Admission Adults 16 & Over . . . . . $7.00 Ages 6 – 15 . . . . . . . . . . $4.00 5 and under . . . . . . . . . . Free

Exhibit Buildings Open 10 AM – 10 PM





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Carlton County Fair Schedule The 2013 Carlton County Fair is Aug. 15 to 18 at the fairgrounds in Barnum, Minn.


Thursday, Aug. 15 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. — 4-H Dairy Goat Show — open class follows 11 a.m. — Gate opens — $7 gate fee, under 12 $3, 5 and under free — parking free 12 p.m. — 4-H Rabbit Show — open class follows 2 p.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 5 to 8 p.m. — 4-H Beef Show — open class follows — followed by 4-H Swine Show and open class 6 p.m. — Midway opens 6 p.m. — On the small stage 7 p.m. — Tractor pull in the grandstand — $5 adults, $3 under 12 6 p.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion North Dakota State Fair

왖 Rodeos are a tradition at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot.

Friday, Aug. 16 8 a.m. — Gate opens — $7 gate fee, under 12 $3, 5 and under free — free parking 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — 4-H Dairy Show — open class follows

9 a.m. to 12 p.m. — 4-H Rabbit Judging Contest 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. — 4-H Lamb Lead, followed by 4-H Sheep Show, open class follows 11 a.m. — Sentimental Journey in the Hartman Pavilion 12 p.m. — Outstanding Senior Citizen and Century Farm awards 12 p.m. — Open class dairy show 12:30 to 7 p.m. — 4-H Market Goat Show — open class follows 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. — Wrist band day on the midway 2 to 4 p.m. — Senior dance with Sentimental Journey Big Band 2 to 7 p.m. — 4-H Poultry Show — open class follows 2:30 p.m. — Pedal Tractor Pull — boys and girls ages 4 to 11 — registration at 1:30 p.m. by the Red Schoolhouse 5 p.m. — On the “New Stage” 6 p.m. — Mounted sheriff posse in the CARLTON: See Page 4

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ND State Fair recognized by IAFE I

State celebration

wins top international


MINOT, N.D. — The North Dakota State Fair in Minot was awarded a total of 15 first-place international awards in categories including competitive exhibits, agriculture and communications from the International Association of Fairs and Expositions headquartered in Springfield, Mo. The fair was also honored with the title Best of Show in Communications. The Communication Awards category is in place to improve the advertising and publicity programs of fairs. The NDSF teams up with advertising

agency KKBOLD, to develop and plan its strategy. Best of Show was awarded to the NDSF team for scoring the highest total of the combined individual categories in the communication division. The following first place awards were also received: Black and White Newspaper Ad, Color Newspaper Ad, Magazine Ad, Poster, Point of Purchase Display, Single Brochure and Radio Ads. “We strive to utilize the newest marketing tactics for reaching fairgoers and we are honored to be recognized for being the best in each of these categories,” says Jennifer Hubrig, marketing director. The purpose and goal of the IAFE Competitive Exhibits Category is to encourage fair members to share methods, ideas, props, new or unique classes and fair themes to enhance or expand

the competitive exhibits area. These exhibits include items entered in competition at the fair and then displayed or presented during the fair. First-place awards received in the Competitive Exhibits Category include: Competitive Exhibit Display Method, New or Unique Division and Competitive Exhibit Photo Series. The purpose of the IAFE Agricultural Awards is to improve the agricultural educational programs of fairs, to help fairs determine ways they might be of service to their exhibitors, the fairgoing public and agricultural businesses. NDSF received first place agricultural awards: Overall Program for Competitive Exhibitors, Overall Agricultural Program for the Non-Agricultural Fairgoing Public, Overall Program for Agricultural Vendors and Video of a Special or Unique Event for

Either Exhibitors or the Fairgoing Public. “We are very excited to be recognized for the emphasis and focus that we place on agriculture. Renae Korslien, fair manager says “We work hard every year to keep agriculture at the heart of the fair.” The awards were presented during the 122nd annual IAFE Convention held in Las Vegas. There are a total of 14 agriculture categories, 11 competitive exhibit categories and 23 communication categories, each divided into five divisions based on attendance. The entries are evaluated and judged by a team of industry leaders, selected from the membership of the IAFE. Information: Visit www.ndstatefair. com or call 701-857-7620. Dates for the 2013 North Dakota State Fair are July 19 to 27.

Become one of ND’s finest The race for the blue ribbon begins I

MINOT, N.D. — Last year, more than 45,000 entries were submitted by North Dakotans at the state level, in hopes of winning a blue ribbon at the North Dakota State Fair in Minot. In 2013, the

CARLTON Continued from Page 3 arena and the Carlton County Sheriff Department 6 p.m. — Oval races in the grandstand — $8 adults, $5 under 12 6 p.m. — On the small stage 7 p.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 6:30 to 7 p.m. — 4-H Horse Training Judging

Saturday, Aug. 17 7 a.m. — Gate opens — $7 gate fee, under 12 $3, 5 and under free — free

North Dakota State Fair Association continues to invite past exhibitors and new interest of all ages to compete this year to win the title of one of North Dakota’s Finest. Entries are now being accepted. Sign up for the competition of your choice at Regulations and registration forms are available online or hard copies of the exhibitor hand-

book are available at the North Dakota State Fair office. Livestock categories shown at the fair this summer will include beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, poultry, goats, sheep and rabbits. Horse shows will include American Quarter Horse Association, Draft, Morgan, American Miniature Horse Registry, Team Roping, Barrel Bash and Open Western, Paint, Appaloosa and English Shows.

Static exhibits accepted for this year’s fair include ag products, fine arts and crafts, plants and flowers, foods, needlework, photography, education and writing. Camping is also available for state fair exhibitors. Registration is accepted online at or by calling the camping office at 701-8381193.

parking 7:30 a.m. — 4-H Horse and Pony Show 8 a.m. — Flag raising 10 to 11:30 a.m. — Dog Obedience PreNovice and Novice Classes at the Dog Barn for all ages 11 a.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 12:30 p.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. — Wristbands in the midway — $20 1:30 p.m. — 122nd Annual Horse Races in the grandstand — $8 adults and $5 kids 3 p.m. — Open class dog show at the Dog Barn

3:30 to 7:30 p.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 6 p.m. — Figure 8 races in the grandstand — $8 adults, $5 under 12 8:30 p.m. — Teen dance in the Pavilion with PM Entertainment

12:30 a.m. — Under the Hartman Pavilion 12 p.m. — Mounted sheriff posse in the front arena 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. — Wrist band day on the midway 1:30 p.m. —122nd Annual Horse Racing in the grandstand 2 p.m. — 4-H Cat Show followed by the 4H Pet Show in the 4-H building 4 p.m. — 4-H Blue Ribbon Auction 6:30 p.m. — 4-H Night in the Hartman Pavilion 6 p.m. — Demolition derby in the grandstand — $8 adults, $5 under 12 8 p.m. — Exhibits released



JUNE 27, 28 & 29



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9 a.m. — Gate opens — $7 gate fee, under 12 $3, 5 and under free — free parking 9:30 a.m. — Non-denominational church service in the Pavilion 11 a.m. — Draft Horse Exhibition free in the arena 12 to 1:30 p.m. — On the small stage



America’s Most Natural Rodeo Bowl!

Sunday, Aug. 18

Pioneer Village • Hwy 5 West of Crosby, ND


JULY 19, 20, 21

Parades, Tractors, Horses, Classic And Antique Cars, Operating Sawmills, Blacksmith Shop, Living Museum VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL SCHEDULE AND DETAILS:


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ND county home of 8 national historic sites American landmarks and legacies I BILLINGS COUNTY, N.D. — North Dakota’s Billings County is the home of eight National Register of Historic Sites. Five of the locations are in Medora and are easily within walking distance of each other. The sites are part of a commitment by the city of Medora and the Billings County Historical Society to protect, preserve and promote heritage tourism. Sharing Medora’s Horizon is the name of a grant awarded to the City of

Medora to tell the story about the community and the county. Awarded through the Preserve American Grant program, Sharing Medora’s Horizon, is designed to showcase heritage tourism in the United States. Medora is the gateway to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park South Unit, which is located in Billings County. Medora is the No. 1 vacation destination in North Dakota and heritage tourism is central to its business operation. The eight sites and the date on which they became listed on the National Register of Historic Places are: I Billings County Courthouse, 4th St. and 4th Ave., Medora, Dec. 16, 1977. I Chateau de MorÊs, southwest of Medora on west bank of Little Missouri River, April 16, 1975. I De MorÊs Packing Plant Ruins,

northwest Medora city boundary, Feb. 18, 1975. I Initial Rock, southeast of Medora approximately 20 miles by road, in Custer National Forest, Nov. 7, 1975. I Myers School Timbered Lodge, address restricted, Aug. 6, 1980. I Peaceful Valley Ranch, north of Medora along Little Missouri River in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, July 13, 1994. I St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 4th St. and 3rd Ave. in Medora, Dec. 2, 1977. I Von Hoffman House, Broadway and 5th St. in Medora, Nov. 21, 1977. Additionally, the de MorÊs Park in downtown Medora (the corner of Main and 3rd Ave.) is a parcel in the 128 acres that constitutes the Chateau de MorÊs State Historic Site. Much of the city of Medora is designated as a Historic Integrity District.

Two buildings, the Roughrider Hotel and the Joe Ferris Store, were reconstructed and renovated to match the western theme that permeates the architecture of the community. Another key visitor opportunity in Medora is its geography, which is a major part of any community. Medora is situated within a breathtaking viewshed that encompasses a major northward flowing water artery (the Little Missouri River), trees, short grass prairie and forbs to sustain a wide variety of birds and wildlife. This natural view-shed is rugged, pristine and unaffected by industrial development, a stark reminder of a world that greeted Theodore Roosevelt and the Marquis de MorĂŠs when they arrived in 1883, six years before North Dakota was granted statehood.

Join us in Minot at the Our 25th

ND State Fair Pride of Dakota Day Monday, July 22 2013 Showcase Schedule

Mark your calendars for the Pride of Dakota Harvest and Holiday Showcases Dickinson ...Sept. 21-22 Williston ...... Oct. 12-13 Grand Forks...Nov. 9-10

Minot ...........Nov. 16-17 Fargo ............Nov. 22-24 Bismarck ..........Dec. 6-8

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. ~ Lunch for $1 3 p.m. ~ Kuchen Contest   

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Pride of Dakota Day at the Capitol Sept. 12 ~ 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Medora to Deadwood Wagon Train Trail Ride I

A ride through history

By James Odermann Special Contributor

MEDORA, N.D. — Outdoor lovers and horse enthusiasts can enjoy the best of both worlds in the Medora to Deadwood Wagon Train Trail Ride Aug. 30 to Sept. 7. The ride features winding trails across northwest South Dakota (beginning in Buffalo) through the badlands of southwest North Dakota (ending in Medora). The pace is more than three miles per hour and will give participants the chance to relive the history and lore of the Medora Stage and Forwarding Co. In the fall of 1884, the Marquis de Morés sent the first of four coaches down the trail from Medora and Little Missouri River country to the wild west town of Deadwood in the Black Hills. The towns were part of Dakota Territory. The goal of de Mores was to unite the Black Hills region with major railway traffic. The original distance from Medora to Deadwood was 215 miles, which wagons and riders covered in 36 hours if conditions were good. The cost of the entire trip was $21.50 in 1884. The 2013 wagon train trail ride will cover only 110 miles in the scheduled seven-day jaunt aboard horse or wagon. TRAIL: See Page 8

James Odermann, Special Contributor

왖 The 110-mile trail ride from Medora, N.D., to Deadwood, S.D., is for history and horse enthusiasts alike.

Red River Valley Fair grandstand lineup I

Country and metal come together

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Randy Houser, whose single “How Country Feels” rose to the top of the charts in 2012 and is also the title track to his third album, will take the grandstand stage at the Red River Valley Fair in West Fargo, N.D., at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9. Houser’s other big hits include “Anything Goes” and “Boots On.” On July 10, Hairball will take the

stage. Hairball is the ultimate “80s Rock” impersonation act, recreating the good-time party atmosphere of the decadent decade with unmatched authenticity. Hinder will perform on Thursday, July 11. Hinder is an American rock band from Oklahoma that was formed in 2001 by drummer Cody Hanson. Members include Joe Garvey, guitar; Mike King, guitar; Mike Rodden, bass; and Austin Winkler, vocals. Hitting the stage on July 12 is Hunter Hays, an American country music

singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He released his debut album in October 2011. The album includes the Top 20 single “Storm Warning,” the No. 1 single “Wanted” and “Somebody’s Heartbreak.” The Band Perry will be featured on July 13. The Band Perry is an American country music group composed of siblings Kimberly Perry, lead vocals, guitar and piano; Reid Perry, bass guitar and background vocals; and Neil Perry, mandolin, drums, accordion and background vocals. Taking the stage the final night of the

fair on July 14 is Sevendust, an American heavy metal band from Atlanta, Ga. Sevendust is composed of Vince Hornsby, bassist; Morgan Rose, drummer; and John Connolly, guitarist. Tickets for the grandstand shows are free with a paid gate admission. Adult gate admission is $8; youth ages 6 to 11 is $4; and children 5 and under are free. Mega Ride Passes are available online for $60 until May 31 and will be $70 from June 1 to July 14. Mega Ride Passes include gate admission, grandstand shows and unlimited carnival rides.

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TRAIL Continued from Page 6 Riders and wagons retraced the southern route from Buffalo to Deadwood in 2012. The reenactment ride was split into two segments to give more riders the chance to join the event. For participants on the northern leg of this historic stage coach route, it will be a chance to test the trail, hear the rustle of the breeze, smell the junipers, hear the creak of saddle leather and

feel the swaying of wagons while experiencing the badlands, the blue skies and sounds of the prairie as those first riders did almost 130 years ago. The horse is the common denominator for the event, pulling wagons or carrying riders. “This ride is an opportunity for horse enthusiasts to enjoy some of the most wonderful, scenic country in the world aboard a horse or in a horse-drawn wagon,” says Leona Odermann, CEO of the Medora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Riders will cross nearly 30 miles of national grasslands in North Dakota.

James Odermann, Special Contributor

왖 Participants can follow the trail on either a horse or a wagon.

James Odermann, Special Contributor

왖 The trail ride from Medora, N.D., to Deadwood, S.D., is a great family experience.


Champions Ride Rodeo Saturday, August 3, 2013

“Participants will have an opportunity to be as close as possible to the original route used by the Medora Stage and Forwarding Co.,” Odermann says. The ride is a collaborative effort of the Billings County Museum and the Days of ’76 Museum. Scattered throughout this year’s experience will be living history lessons and campfire sing-alongs. Ray and Linda Gilbert ranch southwest of Buffalo. They had many great experiences last year as the lead wagon from Buffalo to Deadwood. Their fondest memories, however, were the friendships they cemented and established. “We had a chance to visit with the people who own the land,” Linda says. “The landowners opened their land, their hearts and their history … I found it so interesting to visit with people

JUNE 28, 29 & 30


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from all walks of life.” The trip from Buffalo, S.D., to Medora is expected to include military personnel, miners, authors, historians, photographers, ranchers, farmers, teachers, auctioneers, engineers, medical field professionals, 4-H club members, lawyers and veterinarians. So, grab your cowboy hat, slip on your boots, slather on the sunscreen and saddle up your horse or hitch your team to the wagon. Join the Medora to Deadwood Wagon Train Trail Ride. For more information, contact the Medora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau at 701-623-4830 or the Days of ’76 Museum at 605-578-1657. Registration forms to join the ride are available at or www.daysof76


DON’T MISS THE FUN IN THE PARK THIS YEAR! Check out the Schedule of events on


Exit #7 on Interstate 94 16 miles west of Medora, ND

A day of fun for the entire family!

• Admission Charged at Gate • Buses Welcome! • Concessions Available • Bleachers & Hillside Seating - Bring your lawn chairs and blankets! • 701-872-3745



1 P.M. MDT • Sentinel Butte, ND


TICKETS ON SALE NOW: You can buy tickets at the Chamber Office in Milbank, Food-N-Fuel of Milbank and the Cowboy stores in Watertown and online at

AGWEEK / Monday, May 27, 2013 - PAGE 9

Summer Fun Calendar 2013


Something fun for every one! Visitors welcome!

June 7 — 9: Windsurfing Regatta & Unvarnished Music Festival, Worthington, MN. June 14 — 16: Family Fun Days, Ellsworth, MN. June 27 — 29: Crystal Springs Rodeo, Clear Lake, SD. June 28 — 30: Farley Fest, Milbank, SD. June 29: Gloriana & Jason Michael Carroll, Lake Farley Park, Milbank, SD. July 5 & 6: Centennial Celebration, Hazen, ND. July 9 — 14: Red River Valley Fair, Fargo, ND. July 12 & 13: International Festival, Worthington, MN. July 12 — 14: Heritage Days, Rushmore, MN. July 19 & 20: Christmas In July, Adrian, MN. July 19 — 21: Brewster Fun Days, Brewster, MN. July 19 — 21: Divide County Threshing Bee, Crosby, ND. July 19 — 27: North Dakota State Fair, Minot, ND. July 21: Horned Trout Tournament, Round Lake, MN. July 22 — 25: Pride Of Dakota Day, North Dakota State Fair, Minot, ND.



July 26 & 27: Taylor Horsefest, Taylor, ND. July 31 - August 4: Washington County Fair, Lake Elmo, MN. August 3: Home On The Range Champions Ride Rodeo, Sentinel Butte, ND. August 8 — 11: Nobles County Fair, Worthington, MN. August 13: Cruising Downtown, Worthington, MN. August 15 — 18: Carlton County Fair, Barnum, MN. August 15 — 18: Douglas County Fair, Alexandria, MN. August 30 - September 7: Deadwood Wagon Train Trail Ride, Buffalo, SD & Medora, ND. September 12: Pride Of Dakota Day, North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck, ND. September 14: King Turkey Day, Worthington, MN. September 21 & 22: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Dickinson, ND. October 12 & 13: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Williston. ND. November 9 & 10: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Grand Forks, ND. November 16 & 17: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Minot, ND. November 22 — 24: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Fargo, ND. December 6 & 8: Pride Of Dakota Showcase, Bismarck, ND.










JULY 27 & 28 Taylor, ND (exit 78 off I-94)

Founded to honor the animal that played such a major part in Taylor, North Dakota’s heritage, this twenty year-old event takes a step back in time with a non-motorized parade, crafts and food vendors, exhibitors, pony rides, other children's activities, and music.


August 15 - 18

oldforfashion fun the whole family!

Old Fashion Fair With Horse & Auto Races Full full Barns!


32 BELOW SATURDAY, JULY 6 HAIRBALL Parade • 5K Obstacle Run • Rendezvous Inflatables & Games • Water Carnival Fireworks • Duck Races • Fly In 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Motorcycle Run • Free Stage Entertainment Golf Tournament • Polka Fest and much more!

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ND State Fair rock concert lineup

Rock legends land at state fair I

MINOT, N.D. — Journey and Creedence Clearwater Revisited will rock the grandstand during the 2013 North Dakota State Fair in Minot, N.D. Tickets are on sale now. Journey will be the first rock act to perform on Saturday, July 20. As one of the most popular rock bands of all time, Journey has created some of the bestknown songs in modern music. Since the group’s formation in 1973, the band has earned 19 Top 40 singles and 25 Gold and Platinum albums. Classic hits including “Don’t Stop Believin,” “Who’s Crying Now” and “Open Arms” will be joined with recent hits from their new album, Eclipse. Creedence Clearwater Revisited, who will wrap up the North Dakota State Fair on Saturday, July 27, guarantees a non-stop feel-good show that will keep concert attendees dancing. Classic hits such as “Proud Mary” and “Born on the Bayou” will fill the grandstand. Journey tickets will be $65 for standing room and reserved ROCK: See Page 11

North Dakota State Fair

왖 Rock bands Journey and Creedence Clearwater Revisited will take the grandstand stage at the 2013 North Dakota State Fair in Minot. Jounrey will play July 20 and CCK will wrap up the fair July 27.

Washington County Fair music lineup LAKE ELMO, Minn. — The 142nd annual Washington County fair will be held July 31 to Aug. 4 in Lake Elmo, Minn. The musical guests this year will be:

Wednesday, July 31 2 p.m. — Kevin Thomas, acoustic guitar in the Park Pavilion 7 p.m. — Washington County 4-H ArtsIn in the Park Pavilion

Thursday, Aug. 1 10 a.m. — The Bazillions on the Main Stage 1:45 p.m. — The Bazillions on the Main Stage 6 p.m. — Washington County 4-H ArtsIn in the Park Pavilion 7 p.m. — Washington County 4-H Arts-

In in the Park Pavilion 8:30 p.m. — Music in Motion Teen Event (dancing, games and prizes) on the main stage

Friday, Aug. 2 2 p.m. — Okee Dokee Brothers (kidfriendly music) in the Park Pavilion 3 p.m. — Elvis on the main stage 4 p.m. — Okee Dokee Brothers (kidfriendly music) in the Park Pavilion 6 p.m. — Washington County 4-H ArtsIn in the Park Pavilion 7 p.m. — Washington County 4-H ArtsIn in the Park Pavilion 8 p.m. — Elvis Tribute Show on the main stage WASHINGTON: See Page 11

North Dakota State Fair

왖 The North Dakota State Fair hosts a broad variety of youth agricultural competititions.

AGWEEK / Monday, May 27, 2013 - PAGE 11 Thursday, July 25 — Scotty McCreery Friday, July 26 — Toby Keith Other items available for purchase include: NPRA Bull Riding & Ranch Rodeo tickets, Season Gate Passes, Mega Ride and Daily Carnival Passes, beer tickets and nine day camping spots. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ndstatefair. com, on Facebook at, by phone at 701-852-3247 or in person from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the State Fair Center. A newly revised mobile website will also make purchasing tickets from your mobile phone simple and quick. More information is available at www.ndstatefair. com.

ROCK Continued from Page 10 seating. Creedence Clearwater Revisited tickets will be $20 each with all tickets being general admission. When purchasing any Journey ticket, rock fans can also add on the purchase of a Creedence Clearwater Revisited ticket for only $10. The Grandstand Showpass is available and is comprised of seven nights of entertainment for $85 standing room or reserved seating. July 19 — Tim McGraw July 21 — Brantley Gilbert July 22 — Enduro Race July 23 — IMCA Modified & Stock Car Races Wednesday, July 24 — Sawyer Brown

WASHINGTON Continued from Page 10

Saturday, Aug. 3 Noon to 2 p.m. — Autumn Serenade, strolling barbershop quartet



North Dakota State Fair

왖 The North Dakota State Fair features many rides.

1:30 p.m. — Washington County 4-H Arts-In in the Park Pavilion 2:30 p.m. — Washington County 4-H Arts-In in the Park Pavilion 5 p.m. — O’Shea Irish Dancers on the main stage 7 p.m. — South Washington County Community Bank in the Park Pavilion

Thursday, August 15th Sunday, August 18th

Alexandria, Minnesota

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8:30 p.m. — The Rockin’ Hollywoods (60s, 70s and 80s) in the main stage tent

1:30 p.m. — Washington County 4-H Arts-In in the Park Pavilion 2:30 p.m. — Washington County 4-H Arts-In in the Park Pavilion 3 p.m. — Brian Wicklund & The Barley Jacks (fiddle playing) on the Main Stage

Sunday, Aug. 4 11 a.m. — Church service 1-3 p.m. — Autumn Serenade, strolling barbershop quartet

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Generations of Family Fun!! Children's Activity Tent Tractor Pull Kids Mutton Bustin' Free Wissota Racing on Saturday Night

Piggy Races

Demolition Derby


Daily Bicycle Drawings Assorted Food Vendors

Musical Entertainment on 2 stages


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Turtle Races

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Daily Dance Lessons

Come Early - Stay Late for a Full Day of Fun, Food & Family!

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Farmers and Ranchers Relax and Refresh Yourself and Family

Real. Natural. Beautiful.

Your fun: a call or click away Medora Area Convention & Visitors Bureau • 701-623-4830 • Chateau de Mores State Historic Site 701-623-4355 • North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame 701-623-2000 • Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation 1-800-633-6721 • Theodore Roosevelt National Park 701-623-4466 • •• 701-623-4830

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