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The annual Dickinson Food Truck Rodeo will be hosted at an all new location this year, in conjunction with a Farmer’s Market and other foodie opportunities.
The Kind Hearts Project is hosting its signature event this Saturday, Sept. 24. The entire community is encouraged to attend, especially parents with young children.
The New England theater group Rainy Butte Productions will perform its fall play, Aunt Maggity's Dark and Stormy Night, on September 30, October 1 and 7.
Suicide is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States, yet suicide can be prevented. Volunteers from Dickinson are highlighting suicide prevention efforts with an Out of the Darkness Community Walk this Saturday.
The 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb is a way for the community to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice on Sept. 11, 2001. Each participant pays tribute to a New York City firefighter by either walking a 5K or climbing the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade center towers carrying the name and photo of a fallen hero to symbolically complete their climb.
Local artists of all ages to be highlighted at the Badlands Art Gallery and Prairie Hills Mall.

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Stark County residents and stakeholders are invited to attend, in person or virtually, as FEMA discusses the release of newly revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps at City Hall.
As the West River Community Center turned off all of its pool chemicals for the last swim of the year, Dickinson Parks and Recreation Department hosted its annual Pooch Pool Party for all dogs in the community. Before the widely popular community event, the Stark County Sheriff's Office conducted K-9 water apprehension training.
“Festival of Life” celebration will be held Saturday at Queen of Peace Catholic Church to commemorate the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson affirms that states have a constitutional right to protect life in the womb. Speakers will include Mike Lefor, Vicky Steiner and Tara Zettel.

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