Looks like a great weekend for stuff to do---everything from the Missouri River Carnival to great new movies opening up!!






EVENTS AROUND TOWN:                   


••Missouri River Festival is on Through June 8th  in the parking lot, across from the Civic Center.  Admission is $3, kids 5 & under in free.  Rides, games, food and entertainment.   FRI 330-1130  SAT Noon-1130  SUN 1-10, MON-THU 2-1030  FRI 330-1130, SAT 12N-1130 and SUN 1-8pm.


••Family History Fair is set for SAT from 9-4 at the Mormon Church 1500- Country West Road.  It’s free and no registration is required.   This is your chance to trace your family tree FREE.


••Antiques Roadshow—The PBS TV Show is in town SAT at 12noon at the Bismarck Civic Center.  They will be filming the TV series right here in Bismarck.   It’s on at the Exhibit Hall.


••Walk To Defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is on SAT at Sertoma Park.  Registration at 830am and the walk begins at 10am. 


••The Legendary Beach Boys in-concert SAT night 7p at the Prairie Knights Casino in Ft. Yates.


••Love Roller Derby??  The season finale for the Bis-Man Bombshells is on SAT night 6pm at the Bismarck Civic Center.  They will take on the Electric City Roller Girlz from Great Falls.  Doors open at 5pm.


••Birds In Art Exhibit continues at the ND Heritage Center & State Museum.   Explore these beautiful works of art of our feathered friends  MON-FRI 8am-5pm and SAT & SUN from 10am-5pm.   FREE ADMISSION!!!


••Bismarck Doll Friends Doll Show is on SUN from 10-3 at the Best Western Seven Seas in Mandan.  Show features “My Tiny World” as well as n array of antique, vintage and modern dolls for sale.  Even a doll doctor will be on hand for repairs. 


••Workshop Of Wonders Vacation Bible School is on SUN from 4-7 at McCabe United Methodist Church, 1030 North 6th Street in Bismarck.  Kids will discover how the ordinary becomes extraordinary with God.  FREE for 4th and 5th graders.


••Come & See The Animals!  The Dakota Zoo now has their summer hours and is open Daily from 10am-7pm.  $7 for adults, $4 for children.   





“A Million Ways To Die In The West” (R)

Seth MacFarlane returns to the big screen in this cowboy spoof about a hapless farmer who has to challenge a notorious gunslinger.  Also stars Liam Nissan.


“Maleficent” (PG)

The villainous fairy of "Sleeping Beauty" is the star of this film, which explores why she turned bad in the first place.  Stars Angelina Jolie.