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PAGE 6 THE PRESS OCTOBER 19, 2011 "Northern ne00g]hlt,000,r00: Smithsonian Institute exhibit to open in Cavalier Oct. 22 CAVALIER, N.D. -- The Grand Opening of the Smithsonian Institute's Key Ingredients: America by Food North Dakota tour will be Saturday, October 22 at the Pembina County Historical Museum beginning at 2:00 with Tayo Jay Basquiat as the keynote speaker. Tayo J. Basquiat divides his time between his work as assistant professor of philosophy at Bismarck State College and farming while also serving as chairman of the North Dakota Humanities Council. In his third year on the Council, Basquiat has served on several committees and as a facilitator of various projects. He has participated in a forthcoming documentary as a scholar and contributed work to the NDHC's On Second Thought publication. In general, Tayo Jay Basquiat brings to the work of the NDHC a passion for creating lifelong educational opportunities in the humanities in order to foster a more civil, thriving democracy. The Grand Opening will also include musical selections, ribbon cutting to the exhibit, tours of Key Ingredients and the local exhibits, and refreshments featuring cookies from the ethnic backgrounds of Pembina County. Those attending are asked to bring a nonperishable item for the Pembina County Emergency Food Pantry. Key Ingredients: America by Food explains the little known, the everyday, and the obvious through an entertaining and informative overview of our country's diverse regional cooking and eating traditions. It investigates how culture, ethnicity, landscape, and tradition influence foods and flavors we enjoy across the nation. Key Ingredients demonstrates how food on the American table is rooted in centuries of continuous borrowing and sharing between people across generations, across cultures, and across the land. This exhibit comes to the Dakota Discussions to take place as part of exhibit CAVALIER, N.D. -- Dean Hulse; author of West- hope: Life as a Former Farm Boy, will facilitate each of the three Dakota Discussions over the next three months at the Pembina County Historical Museum. The 2:00 Sunday afternoon discussions begin Oct. 23 with the discussion of Animal, Veg- etable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. Hulse.grew up in Westhope, North Dakota, which he writes about in Westhope: Life as a Former Farm Boy. Being an only child and sur- rounded by many grown-ups Hulse has spent his life observ - ing human behavior. He has worked as a ihrmer, salesman, advertising copy writer, news- paper reporter, news magazine columnist, and writer for the agriculture college at NDSU. He now comments on human behavior by writing nonfiction and fiction and volunteering as anactivist for issues involving land use, renewable energy, and sustainable agriculture: Hulse holds two undergraduate degrees, one in business ad- ministration and another in mass communications, and has completed a one-year chef training program. In recent years he has earned an MFA in creative writing. The November 4th Dakota Discussion will be Hulse's own book; the December 11 book discussion will be The Jungle by Upton Sinclair. Books for the three discus- sions can be obtained at the Cavalier "ublic Library, the Pembina Public Library, the Walhalla Public Library, or the Pembina County Historical Museum. It is not necessary to have read the books to partici- pate in the discussions. Books are provided by the North Dakota Humanities Cotmcil and must be returned. The Dakota Discussion book series is being held as part of the programming for the Smithsonian exhibit Key Ingredients: American by Food. Pembina County Historical Museum as part of the Smithsonian Institute's Museum on Main Street program which brings quality exhibits to rural communities such Pembina County through collaboration between the Smithsonian and the North Dakota Humanities Council. Support for Museum on Main Street has been provided by the .United States,Congress, Local spons0rg ,and 'nerg are also participating. ,;; , "::, -.., "The ' Iey  In'gredients exhibit will be available to the public at the Pembina County Historical Museum until Dec. 4. The Museum will be open Thursday through Sunday from 12:00 to 4:00 and by arrangement other days for special tours. Groups and individuals are especially encouraged to visit the Museum on Thursday afternoons Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, and 17 for Koffee Klatches - tours, coffee, and conversation. The Pembina County HistofiC/tl Museum: is located 5 V2 i]es, west ,:of ,Cavafier. ..... FOr further information, 701-265- 4941 or 265-4691 or Snowmobile North Dacota looks to 'Fall into Winter' in Minot MINOT, N.D. -- Snowmobile North Dakota is holding its 33rd Annual State Convention on October 28, 29, 30, 2011, in Minot at the Grand International Inn. The Gasmann Coulee Cruisers are the host snow- mobile club. Registration fee is $60 per adult 18 and over and $45 for kids 17 and younger, which includes the following: Friday: SND Board meeting; Fall into Winter Ven- dor Show to include Tastefully Simple, D Bar P Bumpers, Paradise Motorsports & Spas, Bottineau Winter Park, Vallely Sport & Marine, Vintners Win- cry, Pampered Chef, Twin Oaks, Acme Electric, Gooseneck Implement, Golden Hills Resort, and Tuff Trucks along with a variety of other vendors that will catch the interest of all genders and ages; and Hors d'oeuvres. Saturday: SND Annual Meeting and Regional Breakout Sessions; Vendor Displays; Luncheon; ' Swap Meet; Trail Signing, Grooming, and Grubbing Classes; Silent Auction; and Social, Banquet, Bag Auction, and Dance with Porta-Party DJ Sunday: Breakfast buffet and announcement of Raffle Winners The N Parks and Recreation Con'nnission will be holding a Snowmobile Safety Course for kids age 12 or older for a small fee of $20, which covers the ex- pense of the handbooks and testing. TO register for the Snowmobile Safety Course please call Matt Gardner, Outdoor Recreation Trainer at 701-328-5384. For a Registration Form email or or visit the Gasmann Coulee Cruisers Facebook page at http://waw.facebook.corn/Gas- mannCouleeCruisers. Walsh County Wildcats sixth graders played Langdon and Larimore in Park River last Saturday. Above: Sixth grader Marcus Neimann waits for the catch. Pop Warner football invades Park River for final match up Right: Western Walsh County Wildcats' #16 Adam Zalvalney runs the ball against Grafton in Park River last Saturday. Left: Nice play! Western Walsh Cou nty Wildcats. , .... : , u #16 Adam Zalvalney again takes the ball down the field, this time" against Langdon. Right: Fifth Grader Lane Bell runs the ball down the field against Langd0n while Wyatt Jelinek runs alongside him during last Saturday's match up in Park River. The fifth-grade team played Grafton and Langdon. Join Our Leadership Team! Marvin Windows and Doors is the world leader in manufacturing made-to-order wood windows. Our company is recognized for: A customer-responsive approach that is unique to the industry Innovation and continuous improvement An exceptional safety record (recognized as an OSHAVPP Star facility) Currently, our Grafton facility has an opportunity for a LOADING DOCK LEAD on the day shift. 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