Sep. 10

Baby Story Time: 10-10:30 a.m. Sep. 10, Williston Public Library, 1302 Davidson Drive, Williston. For information: 701-774-8805, library@ci.williston.nd.us. Baby Story Time

After School Art: K-2: 4-5 p.m. Sep. 10, Rough Rider Center, 2209 Wolves Den Parkway, Watford City. Cost: $10-$50. THE ZOODoes your child love animals? This weekly class will focus on art technique with furry friends as our subjects! TuesdaysSeptember 10 — November 124-5 pm $50 for full session$10 per classDrop-ins welcome10 week sessionRough Rider Center

Off the Hook Crochet & Knit Club: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sep. 10, Williston Community Library, 1302 Davidson Drive, Williston. For information: (701) 774-8805, library@ci.williston.nd.us. Bring your latest and greatest crochet or knit projects and craft with others. The library does have beginner supplies for loan to get you started.

Williston City Commission: 6-8 p.m. Sep. 10, Williston City Hall, 22 East Broadway, Williston. For information: 701-577-8100, cityauditor@ci.williston.nd.us. Event first occured on 06-11-2019 and repeats monthly on 2nd Tuesday, another 7 times until 01-14-2020

Autism Support Group: 7-8:30 p.m. Sep. 10, Williston ARC (Senior Room), 822 18th Street East, Williston. For information: 701-557-3903, autism@dakotafamilysolutions.org. This is a parent-led support group for parents, foster parents, and caretakers of children anywhere on the Autism spectrum. Our desire is to provide a place to find encouragement, share ideas, and gather new information that may be helpful to implement with your child. 2nd Tuesday of each month (during the school year) 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Williston Area Recreation Center (Senior Room) 822 18th Street East autism@dakotafamilysolutions.org

Troop Meetings — Tuesday at 7pm: 7-8:30 p.m. Sep. 10, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 2517 9th Avenue West, Williston. For information: 720-346-2817, bsatroop.371g@gmail.com. BSA Girls Troop 371 is the 7th Girls Troop in North Dakota, and the 1st in the Great Plains District, to join the Scouts BSA program. Developing the greatness in our young people. We believe in providing a rich environment that strives to prepare our young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by installing in them the values of the Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan, and the Outdoor Code. This is great news for many girls interested in developing leadership skills and their character through monthly outings, outdoor conservation, community service, hiking, and much more! Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Williston is the unit’s chartering organization providing a meeting space and oversight for the unit. Join BSA Girls Troop 371 on a history making adventure as the first BSA Girls Troop in Williston! We invite any girls age 11-17 to join us. Please text/call Christina Luthy, Scoutmaster for details 720-346-2817. Let’s go Scouting!

Annie Moses Band: 7:30-9 p.m. Sep. 10, Bakken Elementary Auditorium, 502 West Highland Drive, Williston. Cost: $50. For information: 701-572-2701, j_lindvigcarrier@hotmail.com. About this band: Family band: father on piano, 6 sons/daughters on strings/vocals PBS specials Carnegie Hall to the Grand Ole Opry and around the world Formed in ‘02 and named after the kids’ great grandmother Julliard, Eastman, Vanderbilt & The University of London have educated the kids For more information call: Janet Erlandsen, Membership Secretary: 572-2701 Allen Domagala, President: 572-3698 Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Bakken Elementary Auditorium Student Season Ticket — 25$ Adult Season Ticket — 50$ Family Season Ticket — 150$

Sep. 11

Bringing Baby Home: 1-4 p.m. Sep. 11, CHI St. Alexius Health Williston, 1301 15th Avenue West, Williston. For information: 701-774-7400, dubicummings@catholichealth.net. A Baby Follow-Up Program is available for newborns and infants up to 4 months of age. A nurse will weigh and measure your baby and answer any questions you may have. A Board Certified Lactation Consultant will also be available to assist moms with any breastfeeding questions or concerns.

Job Service NW ND Semi-Annual Job Fair, Wed., Sept. 11th, Williston, ND: 2-6 p.m. Sep. 11, Raymond Family Community Center, 1002 11th Street West, Williston. For information: 701-774-7900, infojswl@nd.gov. This job fair will bring employers and job seekers together in order to fill the many jobs available in NW ND. Employers and job seekers are able to meet face-to-face and discuss open jobs and hire and get hired. Employers are able to reserve a booth for a fee and job seekers attend at no charge. jobsnd.com/job-fair/nwnd will take you to the portal where job seekers are able to view registered employers and their open jobs. Employers are able to register for the job fair. Follow us on facebook.com/jobservicendwilliston

Kid Stop Art: 4-5 p.m. Sep. 11, Rough Rider Center, 2209 Wolves Den Parkway, Watford City. Cost: $10-$50. Kid Stop ArtK — 6th GradeThis is a great stop for the kids on thier way to gymnastics or hockey practice, or waiting for a sibling! Miss Mary will come prepared for some fun arts and crafts for your kids to create and take home! Drop-ins more than welcome! WednesdaysSeptember 11 — November 134-5 pm10 week sessionRough Rider Center Included in Kids Stop After School Program RegistrationNon Kids Stop After School Students$50 for full session$10 or drop-ins

Intro to Project Management Workshop: 5:30-9:30 p.m. Sep. 11, Rough Rider Center, 2209 Wolves Den Parkway, Watford City. Cost: $149. For information: 7013555166, workforcedevelopment@umary.edu. Join the University of Mary for an Introduction to Project Management from 5:30-9:30pm on September 11th at the Roughrider Center. This course provides a practical overview of project management for individuals interested in entering the career field or simply desiring a better method to manage their workload. Participants will gain an understand of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing out a project. Key concepts, terms, and project management principles will be introduced. The training will be facilitated by Rich Garman, Project Manager at Great River Energy. Registration at www.umary.edu/IntroPM

Epping City Council: 7-8 p.m. Sep. 11, Epping City Hall, Off State HWY 42, Williston. For information: (701) 859-5555, ecityofepping@yahoo.com. All city council meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Epping City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend. If you need to be added to the agenda, please contact the city auditor at least one week prior to meeting, the email address is: ecityofepping@yahoo.com. The City Hall and Pavilion can be rented for events. Request more information at (701) 859-5555 or by email.

Dedication Ceremony of the Freedom Monument: 7:10-9 p.m. Sep. 11, Riverview Cemetery, 815 9th Avenue West, Williston. For information: 701-577-6000, wchamber@willistonchamber.com. The Military Affairs Committee cordially and excitedly invites you to the Dedication Ceremony of the Freedom Monument to be held in Veterans Plaza in Riverview Cemetery on Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 at 7:10pm. We would be honored by your attendance.

Sep. 12

Baby Story Time: 10-10:30 a.m. Sep. 12, Williston Public Library, 1302 Davidson Drive, Williston. For information: 701-774-8805, library@ci.williston.nd.us. Baby Story Time

Faith Quilters: 1-2 p.m. Sep. 12, Faith United Methodist Church, 219 1st Avenue West, Williston. For information: (701) 572-7694, fumcwilliston@outlook.com. Faith Quilters

STEAM: 5-6 p.m. Sep. 12, Williston Community Library, 1302 Davidson Drive, Williston. For information: (701) 774-8805, library@ci.williston.nd.us. This program is designed to teach school-age children about using these elements TOGETHER in a hands on learning environment.

Best of the Bakken 2019: 5:30-9 p.m. Sep. 12, The Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center, 3601 2nd Avenue West, Williston. Cost: $35. For information: (701) 572-2165, editor@willistonherald.com. Mosey on to the fair to see who wins! Get your popcorn & cotton candy and watch the show! Dress — cocktail casual Hosted By The Williston Herald Sponsored by Basin Safety Consultants, The City of Williston & USEnergy.org Categories Hamburger Coffee Shop Bar Fast Food Ice Cream Steak Breakfast Lunch Dinner Pizza Place to Buy Meat Kids Menu Wait Staff Coffee Kiosk Happy Hour Barista Drive Thru Beer Selection Wine Selection Caterer Chef Bartender Restaurant Overall Tacos Dessert Sandwich/subs Asian Food Mexican Food Goods and Services Bank/ Credit Union Grocery Landscape Florist Auto Body Shop Tire shop Auto Parts Store Dealership Motorcycle/ Motorsports Store Furniture Appliance store Carpet and flooring Plumber Electrician Gas Station Liquor Store Friendliest Bank Tellers Auto Sales Person HVAC Co-Op Daycare Barber shop Salon Boutique Jeweler Gift shop Home Goods Store Tattoo Sporting Goods Store Photographer Pet Groomer Interior Designer Dance Studio Hotel Nail Salon Golf Course Place to watch the Big Game Place to take your sweetheart Place to take the Kids Local Event Local Artist Oil & Ag Oil field company Work boot and clothing Heavy Equipment dealer Grain elevator Welding company Trucking company Safety Company Pipeline Company Fracking Drilling Company Water Hauler Sand Hauler Contractor/Construction Insurance agency Real estate agency Real estate agent Law enforcement officer Firefighter Elected official Veterinarian Community service organization Lawyer/Attorney Insurance Agent Funeral Home Investment Broker Law Firm Mortgage/Home Loan Provider Tax Service Accountant Health Dental Office Eye care facility Hospital/ Urgent Care Chiropractor Family health practice Medical Specialist Massage Therapist Fitness Facility Best Physician Pharmacy Best Nurse Pediatrician Fitness Instructor/Personal Trainer Place to work New Business Local Business Unique Business Overall Customer Service

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