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Sherri Richards, Published September 06 2009

Area festivals turn into fall celebrations

As summer fades and leaves change, area celebrations take on the flavor of fall, such as the 14th Annual Sunflower Festival in Enderlin, N.D.

The weeklong festival, Sept. 13-20, pays homage to the sunflower, with sunflower recipe contests, a Lil’ Miss and Mr. Sunflower Pageant, the golden sunflower search and largest sunflower head contest.

An opening concert featuring Monroe Crossing will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 in the Enderlin Auditorium.

Midweek events include a bean cook-off, magic show, fishing derby, duck race and fish fry.

The recipe contest will be Sept. 18, along with an open house at the museum, comedy show at the city auditorium, trivia contest and street dance.

Most events will happen Sept. 19, including a pancake breakfast, quilt show, 5k and 10k run-walk, softball tournament, car show, parade, turkey supper and street dance.

For more information, call (701) 437-2250 or visit http://enderlinnd.com.

Here are some other area festivals and events happening through the end of September:

Sheyenne Valley Arts and Craft Fall Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 26-27, Fort Ransom, N.D. Event features more than 200 artisans and crafters, plus music, turkey barbecue and open house at Bear Creek Art Gallery. Call (701) 973-4461 or visit www.svaca.org for details.


Readers can reach Forum reporter Sherri Richards at (701) 241-5556