It required over a hundred gallons of sauerkraut – stirred with pitchforks – to feed the thousands of people who showed up to the Wishek Association of Commerce’s Annual Sauerkraut Day festival in Wishek, N.D. The sauerkraut was served with wieners, speck, mashed potatoes, cheese, buns, coffee, and water, and food could be taken to go. The festival is held on the second Wednesday of October every year, and sees attendees from as far away as Wisconsin and Canada. Mark your calendars for the 94th annual Sauerkraut Day, which will be held on October 9, 2019.
Off the Hook, the Williston Community Library’s newest club, brings knitters and crocheters together twice a week to learn, share, and socialize. The group meets for two hours on Wednesdays and Fridays, although participants can come and go as they please. Starter kits are available, and the no-cost club is open to all ages and abilities.
Taven Wilson is a Trinity High School student, a Boy Scout, a member of the Sons of the American Legion…and now a member of The National Society of High School Scholars. Co-founded by the great-nephew of Alfred Nobel, The National Society of High Schools Scholars is based on the mission of the Nobel Prize in support of academic achievement and world betterment. Members have access to learning opportunities, scholarships, and internships.