Fun Stuff To Do For Your Weekend in Bismarck-Mandan….
•High School Football
#1 Bismarck 62, Jamestown 6
Minot at Century SAT 7pm
Divide County 46, Shiloh Christian 25
Mandan off this week
Cal Poly at North Dakota 6pm
#1 ND State at Northern Iowa 6pm
Missouri State at South Dakota State 6pm
Illinois St at South Dakota 2pm
University of Mary at Minot State University 6pm
#25 Baylor at #9 West Va.
#14 Ohio State at #20 Michigan State
•Bismarck Bobcats Hockey/Games at VFW Sports Center
•Sat night host Wenatchee 715pm
•Minnesota Twins host Detroit for a 3-game series
•NFL Football/Sunday’s Big Games & Monday Night
Minnesota at Detroit
Oakland at Denver
New Orleans at Green Bay
Monday Night: Chicago at Dallas
••Pick Out A Pumpkin With The Kids. At Papa’s Pumpkin Patch—it’s all about families, education and fun. Enjoy the bale mazes, slide mountain, great photo ops, the log jam, nature trail, pumpkin launchers, zip lines, train rides, pony rides, hay rides and a big load of pumpkins. It’s north of Bismarck along the Missouri River at 5001 Fernwood Drive. Open thru October 20th! ?’s—527-3725.
••Check Out Some Great Looking Homes! The Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association has their annual Fall Parade Of Homes. SAT & SUN. 16 gorgeous homes for you to see both inside and out and a chance to meet the builders as well. Tickets are $5 and available at Cash Wise Foods, Central Market, Dan’s Supermarket and most area Tesoro locations. Or get them on line at bmhba.com. Hours—SAT 11-5 SUN 12Noon-5. Great prizes from Carpet World and J&R Vacuum and Sewing.
••Big Benefit Breakfast For Taylor Hogue is on SUNDAY from 9-1 at the Mandan Moose Lodge. Taylor who is 21 was in a motorcycle accident on August 17th is now paralyzed from the waist down, he is at Stanford Medical Center. This is a way to help with his medical expenses and enjoy a great breakfast. Donations will be accepted.
••Dakota Territorial Collector Gun Show is on SAT from 9-5 at the Civic Center Exhibition Hall $5.
••Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Barnum Circus Bash is on SAT 1130-330 & 730pm and SUN at 130pm at the Bismarck Civic Center. This is the very best circus party ever. This is the circus like you've NEVER seen it before!!! Tickets $20-$32. Available thru ticketmaster.
••9th Annual Buddy Walk is on SATURDAY. It’s supports the inclusion of people with Down Syndrome and all abilities. It will be held at the State Capitol with registration at 10 and the walk begins at 11am. Info on line at designer gens nd dot com.
••Teddy Roosevelt Family Day is THIS SUNDAY. Bring the whole family to McDowell Dam from 1-6pm for an afternoon of FREE fun. Lots of fun for the whole family including archery, animal tracking, water safety, canoeing and dozens of other family events. Also reps will be there to sign up kids for the Girl Scout, Boy Scouts and 4-H.
••Bismarck Jaycees are holding their annual NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition at Century High School’s Football Field this SUNDAY. Registration starts at 1pm. It’s for kids ages 6-15. There is no charge to participate. You can register Sunday afternoon at the event.
New Movies for the weekend:
A hired gun from the future discovers that his greatest adversary is himself in this twisting sci-fi mindbending thriller starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
“Hotel Transylvania” (PG)
This is an animated tale concerning a hotel where monsters such as Dracula the Invisible Man), Frankenstein and his bride along with a host of others, when a young man onto the resort and falls for Dracula's teenage daughter Mavis comedy high jinks ensue. Features the voices of Adam Sandler, David Spade, Kevin James, Fran Drescher and Selena Gomez.
A feisty coed joins a collegiate a cappella group and upgrades their song selection for the 21st century during the run-up to a major competition in this melodic comedy Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow and Anna Camp star.
“Won’t Back Down” (PG)
Two headstrong mothers (Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis) wage a valiant struggle to save their children's troubled inner-city school, but find their forward-thinking efforts hampered at every turn by apathy and systematic bureaucracy. Holly Hunter, Rosie Perez and Ving Rhames star.