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Music, free admission at Interpretive Center July 15

Posted on 7/12/2016

Music in Harmony Park
WASHBURN - The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department along with the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation present the first ever free outdoor concert at the North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn. "Music in Harmony Park" will feature the Frog Holler String Band, along with area favorite Cotton Wood and award winning singer/songwriter Greg Hager. Musicians are set to entertain beginning at 6 p.m. in Harmony Park adjacent to the Interpretive Center. The event is sponsored by a gift from Great River Energy.

Designed to be the perfect family-friendly summer evening, the event features music, inflatable games for the kids, and food concessions - all in the beautiful surroundings of Harmony Park. Prior to the concert, guests are invited to visit the Interpretive Center and Fort Mandan free of charge as part of the Interpretive Center's Visitor Appreciation Day.

The Lewis & Clark Farmers' Market, which opens at 4 p.m. in front of the Interpretive Center, features plenty of locally grown and sourced items. According to the Interpretive Center's Visitor Service Coordinator, Rhonda Smith, "the market is a great way to support local growers, and other suppliers of various products."

Admission to all activities is free and organizers recommend you bring a blanket or lawn chairs for the concert. Coolers are also welcome.

For more information, please contact Kevin Kirkey at 701-462-8535.

The North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center is located near Washburn, 38 miles north of Bismarck on US 83.



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