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Today is the first day of summer, and fitting for the longest day of the year, today kicks off a weekend packed full of fun in the sun. When you think of the taste of summer, what makes your mouth water? Minneapolis' Alex Rossi will be this year's musical guest. Starting at 5 p. Make a night of it by visiting the food court where seven local vendors offer up eats on the west side of Sheyenne along Second Avenue West; www.

Hear him discuss his work at a talk tonight from 6: The brothers yes, the sons of s hairthrob Adrian Zmed play the hits of acoustic country-rock duo Phil and Don Everly songs that would influence the next wave of musicians. Har Mar Superstar Sean Tillman is best known for his shows, often stripping down to his skivvies to roam through the crowd singing all the while.

What was lost to some in those steamy sets was that the singer possessed an impressive soul voice. His latest endeavour may keep him clothed, but also exposes that golden throat as he performs the songs of Sam Cooke. Music starts at 9 p. The group has been building steam over the years and are staying busy on the road with a spot at the Basilica Block Party in Minneapolis sandwiched between shows in Oslo, Norway, and Glasgow, Scotland.

Catch this show from rising Twin Cities stars. Music starts at 10 p. Cars may roam West Fargo's Cruise Night, but bikes, rollerblades, or even just walking shoes have the right of way in downtown Fargo this Sunday. A pop-up bike lane gives cyclists safe passage to and from Moorhead, where Woodlawn Park will be set up as another activity area; https: Skip to main content.

By John Lamb on Jun 21, at 7: Burgers -- and beer and barbecue -- are on the menu tonight at the Moorhead Center Mall parking ramp. Mike Marth's mixed media piece, "Liturgical. Rachelle Cordova fronts Reina del Cid. Laila Lammers, 6, of Sabin, Minn.

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Our new website is coming soon. Take a sneak peek here: Take me there Don't ask me again. Whether it be ta Leighton's summer fun and sailing adventure by Leighton My first time with a GoPro. Had an amazing time with some awesome people. Who else is booked into this trip??? Travelling solo on this tour departing London the 10th July!

Wonder if anyone else is I remember meeting a girl here on the forums who ha Just booked the Grand European trip leaving London 7th July and traveling by myself, first solo trip and pumped…! All good things start with Paris.

Meet the crew, grab some supplies and hit the road early in the morning as we jump across the English Channel. Pinch yourself and Instagram your first selfie before we kick off the trip with a driving tour and picnic next to the Eiffel Tower. Home to Coco Chanel, the Pompidou Centre and the Mona Lisa, Paris more than deserves its reputation as the European capital for all things culture, fashion and food.

Now's your chance to find out why. Later on, you can stretch those legs on an optional bike tour of Paris, or simply roam the streets on your own. End your day with an optional Seine River cruise or a throwback bohemian cabaret show. Trade in Parisian streets for snowy peaks. Home to the highest point in Europe, 72 waterfalls and one of the largest nature conservations in Switzerland, Lauterbrunnen is where we'll be spending the night.

Upon arrival, chow down on fondue and hit the bar for a nightcap. Scenic hikes and jaw-dropping views are high on today's agenda. Go low key with a mountain walk or hop on board the Jungfraubahn railway for an optional visit to the Jungfrau Mountain summit. Expect fairytale villages en route and skydiving out of a helicopter upon arrival if heights don't scare you. Another feast awaits your return, regardless of how you make your way back down.

Trade in your gruezi for bonjour as we follow in Napoleon's footsteps down to the glamorous French Riviera. Try your hand at celeb spotting as you explore the world's most lavish waterfront property. Hit the beach with the paparazzi posse, or go wild in the designer boutiques in Nice's Old Town. Hit the tables at the Monte Carlo Casino and make it rain or not. Today it's up and onwards to the renaissance romance of Florence - but first, we've got a couple of pit stops.

Ready to eat, sleep, repeat in the foodie capital of the world? According to ancient Latvian legend, Midsummer Even St. Read more about fern folklore. When does fall start? Click here to see the first date of each season. Thank you for your article. The summer solstice and the heliacal rising of Sirius do not occur roughly together. However, they did believe that when Sirius was no longer visible in the night sky for around 40 days because it rose with the sun, that it contributed to the heat of the day.

Thank you for your feedback. We have removed reference to Sirius on this page. As you say, it is more of a later summer event.

We do mention Sirius when discussing Dog Days https: Both are always exciting but really difficult to represent them together like this.

Thanks so much for your talent, you guys are amazing! Being the Farmer's Almanac, I think you should also talk about the fact that there are various interpretations of when seasons begin and end. The "Summer Solstice" does not necessarily mark the "beginning of Summer".

In fact, that is when daylight starts to shorten. You are talking about the astronomical seasons. There are the "Meteorological Seasons" which weather scientists study. Those start on the 1st June 1 for Summer. You should mention those as well.

They have been studied and marked based on weather data and observation. The solar and lunar astronomical definitions, which show up on calendars, are not the definition of seasons for everyone. Thus, I feel that Summer starts on June 1 not the middle of June. There are other seasons as well, so your article is not the full answer. Thank you Christine for pointing that out! Between the calendar, and this daylight savings nonsense, I feel like I need a chiropractor of sorts for an "adjustment".

I would rather "they" government would straighten it out, and let's get back to "natural time". I know when I am, therefore I know where I am. A good ship and a star to steer her by.

Fair winds good lady. Maybe give the dog and cat collar a splash of water and a wish, and The House Number These will hit summer at 1: That's why every non-american in the Northern Hemisphere calls it 'midsummer'. I was on my way to visit with my Ma whom had had a double stroke. While I was going through security my phone rang and when I saw Ma's name I knew she was gone.

I collapsed and I don't remember how I got to the gate, but there I was with Jet Blue employees helping me. Because of the time differential I assumed Ma passed to Spirit on the 21st of June. However, when I spoke to the funeral director he said she had passed on the 20th. I didn't realize the significance of this date until I got home and looked at my calendar which still was turned to June. I was hoping Ma could hold on until I got there I was told she had a week, it turned out to be days but she was gone before I got there.

Now I know why. Though Ma's Spiritual Path was different than mine, she nonetheless understood and respected my Spiritual Path as a Moon Worshiper and an observer of the 8 Spiritual Rites I hold sacred. I believe this was the last gift she could give me. Summer was our favorite time of year, and strawberry shortcake was our favorite dessert.

It is now July 14th and 3 weeks have passed. I have my waves of joy and sorrow and yet I am grateful to her for leaving me a remembrance that I will celebrate every Full Moon. Or is just another ignorant comment about a culture you don't know anything about? Is this one of those stories the catholic priest told to excuse the enslaving, forced conversion and abuse of the Mayan?

After all those savage stories made a good argument about making them good Christians and force them to forget their culture and language.

If this is an ignorant patronizing think you say you are just perpetuaring a lie used to kill and conquer a culture.

Francisco, Your political correctness regarding the Mayans is way out of line relative to history. The Mayans were perhaps the most evil culture ever to exist. They killed thousands at a time other indigenous peoples to satisfy their worshiping of their Sun and Moon "gods".

It took Catholic Christianity to get them to stop the killing. The secular humanist just drips off this article.

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Doors: PMPM Tickets: $ No outside food or drinks allowed into the park. Age limit strictly enforced. Must have valid student ID. Police on duty. Guarantee the whole family a great time this season with these cool summer activities for kids. Burgers -- and beer and barbecue -- are on the menu tonight at the Moorhead Center Mall parking ramp. Special to The Forum1 / 7.