Jaycees to hold Party in the Dirt July 25
The Rugby Jaycees will throw a party in the dirt the evening of Saturday, July 25, at the Pierce County Fairgrounds, and the public is invited.
The Jaycees’ Party in the Dirt will feature live music from Fargo’s 32 Below on the fairgrounds’ outdoor stage. Food from Duane Drader’s food truck, called Henry’s 90 WT Ribs and Brisket and Zag’s Popcorn will be available for concertgoers to enjoy, according to Jaycees President Karin Fritel.
Additionally, Fritel said, “There will be beer gardens available.”
“The concert is open to all ages and there is a $10 charge per person,” Fritel noted.
Fritel said the band 32 Below plays “high energy, fun, rock ‘n country music.”
Fritel said the Jaycees “will have hand sanitizer available and we will also follow the North Dakota Smart Restart guidelines and recommendations for large gatherings.”
“So far,” Fritel added, “we are still in Green-Low Risk, and we hope that continues to be the case.”
To contact the Jaycees for more information, Fritel said, “The easiest way to get ahold of someone is to message the Jaycees Facebook page.”
The page can be found by visiting www.facebook.comwww.facebook.com and searching for “Rugby Jaycees.”
“This is the first Party in the Dirt they Jaycees have hosted,” Fritel said. “We are very excited for this event and we hope everyone comes out and has a great time.”
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