Ready to celebrate our diversity

The Flandreau Fridays committee is ready to celebrate our diversity in town with the second event to be held Friday, July 1. Committee members shown are Jessica Rubenstein, Leah Dailey, Yancie Scherff, Kim Hansen, Tishara Hardy and Emily Pieper. Not available for photo are Jose Martinez, Serena Pederson and Bret Severtson. Events Friday start at 4 p.m. in downtown Flandreau.

The 2nd Annual Flandreau Friday’s event kicks off this Friday at 4pm at the corner of Wind Street and 2nd Avenue in downtown Flandreau. The event aims to highlight the diversity of the Flandreau community and offer insight into the uniqueness of cultures and families that call Moody County home.
Food and other vendors will line portions of 2nd Avenue while performances take place nearby, which means be prepared as well for some street closures. There will be a Kids Zone near the Flandreau Bakery area and other activities as well.
Below, otherwise, is the lineup of entertainment that the team of local volunteer organizers have worked hard on and planned for you over the course of the past year.
4:00 p.m. Opening comments
4:15 p.m. Dakota District Bags & Pipes
4:45 p.m. City Band
5:45 p.m. Dakota District Bags & Pipes
6:15 p.m. Lyla Thompson
7:00 p.m. Wakpa Ipaksan Singers
7:30 p.m. Traditional Filipino Dancers
8:30 p.m. Azteca Dancers
There is $5 charge for the below portion of the event to attend the street dance. No food or drinks can be brought in as there are vendors selling these items inside the gates on Wind Street.
9:00 p.m. Isanti Band
10:00 p.m. Amy Ellsworth music


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