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After two years of events being canceled or dramatically scaled back due to the pandemic, Minnesota tourism officials are declaring business as usual for the summer of 2022, as several of the state’s big gatherings celebrating anniversaries of note.
“... The connection that you make with your family around books with a positive activity or a positive experience, reading can provide that,” Rhinestone Rhonda said.
The Dickinson Police Department hosted the 13th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance on April 22.
Dickinson High School hosted Diversity Day/Celebration of Culture Day Thursday, raising more than $1,400 for World Central Kitchen for the people of Ukraine.

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The Ukrainian Cultural Institute will host a pysanka egg decorating class on Saturday, April 2. We spoke with Kate Kessel to learn more about this unique tradition and its history.
"(It’s) just a short time for women to take some time for themselves because we’re really not great at it," Ellie Papineau said.
The Belfield Knights of Columbus Council 6310 membership will donate all funds from the March 25 Lenten Supper to the Ukrainian Solidarity Fund. The local effort is to provide humanitarian relief to Ukrainians affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“It’s very special for those children to be standing on the stage and have all those people supporting them. To me, that’s the coolest part of the whole event is when they’re up there and they’re looking out, knowing that they have the support from an entire community," Dickinson Noon Lions President Kelly Braun said.
"We need more of these events," Kassie Machovsky said.
“We’re hopeful that we’ll get a splash or that last surge where people want to grab a ticket before it (happens). It should be exciting, though. It’s going to be a packed house,” Dickinson Police Lt. Kylan Klauzer said.

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“I hope to see an event that's full of people that are enjoying themselves and bring their family out and (are) having a good time. I hope to see our area wish children — both past and present — to be smiling and knowing that the community is there for them,” Dickinson Noon Lions President Kelly Braun said.
The first annual Greater Grand Forks Farm Toy Show will be held March 18-19.
The 2022 Community Art Show is happening now until Feb. 28 at the Joachim Regional Museum, which is housed inside the Dickinson Museum Center.

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