This year, give yourself a real break from the daily routine and the hectic schedule of life at home and work and relax and enjoy the “The Spirit of a Truly, Great American Vacation”
There are many explanations that can be attributed to people in search of rural places to vacation at. In today’s fast-paced, hustle and bustle lifestyle it is stimulating to escape to places of solitude. Amid these places of retreat is Harvey, North Dakota. Some of the characteristic that cause the area to be so enticing are open spaces, clean air and a sense of tradition.
Harvey Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool Hours:
Open 7 days a Week
Open Swim 1pm – 5:00pm & 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Saturday & Sunday 5pm – 6:30pm Family Swim
Daily Swim Admission: $5
Deck Only Admission: $2
Water Aerobics: 5:15-6:15 T/TH $5 per session
- Daily Pass $5
- Single Season Ticket $35
- Family Season Pass $50
Harvey Swimming Pool and Mini Golf is located in Pioneer Park.
For more information call 701-324-4808. Check them out on Facebook
Peaceful Valley Golf Course
Hours: 8:00 am until dark
Annual Membership: NEW Simulator Room
Single (over 21): $295.00
9 holes: $ 15.00
18 holes: $25.00
Out of Town Membership, must live 75 miles from Harvey
Cart Rentals Available
9 holes – $15
18 holes – $25
- Men’s Night: Thursday
- Ladies Night: Tuesday
For further information contact
the Harvey Country Club at 324-2069.
Peaceful Valley Golf Course
P.O. Box 32
Harvey, ND 58341
Harvey Central Cinema
June 3 starts the Summer Schedule Saturday-Monday@ 7:30pm
ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT’S ME MARGARET PG-13
June 3-5 @ 7:30 pm
Eleven-year-old Margaret moves to a new town and starts to contemplate everything about life, friendship and adolescence. She relies on her mother, Barbara, who offers loving support, and her grandmother, Sylvia, who’s coming to terms with finding happiness in the next phase of her life. Questions of identity, one’s place in the world, and what brings meaning to life soon brings them closer together than ever before.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOLUME 3 PG-13
June 12-12 @ 7:30 pm
Still reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter Quill must rally his team to defend the universe and protect one of their own. If the mission is not completely successful, it could possibly lead to the end of the Guardians as we know them.
June 17-19 @ 7:30pm
June 24-26 @ 7:30pm
Worlds collide when the Flash uses his superpowers to travel back in time to change the events of the past. However, when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, he becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned, threatening annihilation. With no other superheroes to turn to, the Flash looks to coax a very different Batman out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian — albeit not the one he’s looking for.
THE LITTLE MERMAID PG
July 1-3 @ 7:30 pm
The youngest of King Triton’s daughters, Ariel is a beautiful and spirited young mermaid with a thirst for adventure. Longing to find out more about the world beyond the sea, Ariel visits the surface and falls for the dashing Prince Eric. Following her heart, she makes a deal with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to experience life on land.
Adults . . . . $7
Children (ages 12 & under)… $5
Call 324-4486 for movie info.
MOVIE SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Harvey Public Library
HOURS OF OPPERATION:
Monday- Friday 11 am – 5 pm
Saturday’s: June 10th & June 24th from 10 am – 2 pm
STORY TIME: June 7th & 21st 2:00-3:00 pm
SUMMER READING PROGRAM:
June 6th 11-12
June 13th 11-12
June 20th 11-12
June 27th 11-12
LIBRARY DIRECTOR: SHEILA COLLINS
ASSISTANTS: Jackie Fix & Roberta Cotton
Phone number: 701-324-2156
Programs for School age children:
Girls Basketball (Grades 3-6)
Boys Basketball (Grades 3-6)
Girls Volleyball (Grades 3-6)
T-Ball (Age 5)
Pony Ball (Age 6-8)
Girls Softball (Age 7-12)
Midgets (Age 9-11)
Girls Softball (Age 13-16)
Legion Baseball ( Age 15-18)
Little Stingers Football (Grades 3-6)
Harvey Centennial Nature Park
This beautiful park is located in the heart of Harvey. A walking path was constructed throughout the park and connects to the Schroeder park area near the Sheyenne River. Newly added to the park was upgraded playground equipment for children of all ages to enjoy. Relax in the Shirl Bauer gazebo or visit the Norwegian Stabbur. There is also a frisbee golf course located throughout the park. Many trees are planted in Memory of loved ones throughout the park.
The Lonetree Wildlife Management Area
The Lonetree Wildlife Management Area represents a unique wildlife management and recreation opportunity for residents and visitors alike. Lonetree skirts the Missouri Coteau, and encompasses the headwaters of the Sheyenne River. Prairie potholes, seasonal wetlands and tall/mid-grass prairie dominate the 30,000 acres within the WMA. Accessible for the widest range of public use Lonetree is a wildlife viewers dream.
Take the auto tour which is over 31 miles long. Lonetreehas been restored to native grasses and wildflowers and to dense nesting cover for upland nesting birds such as ducks and geese. With native grasses resistant to drought and erosion thedense nesting cover-here, mostly clover, grass and alfalfa-hide nests and newly hatched broods from foxes and flying predators like hawks.
Manfred History and Preservation, Inc
Manfred History and Preservation Inc strives to share the lives of early settlers in Manfred, ND. Through the Manfred Heritage Museum, visitors learn the fascinating stories of former Manfred residents. We believe the past help shape our future, and we do not want to let go. Manfred 20 years ago was like many North Dakota ghost towns: sagging foundations, overgrown with foliage, and in serious need of a paint job. However, thanks to the dedication of MHP Inc board members, Manfred was saved. Since 2000, members have saved historic buildings, opened a reputable settler museum, and restored Manfred to its former glory. Visit Manfred Heritage Museum today to watch history unfold.
North Country National Scenic Trail
Threading its way across our countryside, the North Country National Scenic Trail (NST) links exceptional scenic, natural, recreational, historic, and cultural areas in eight of our northern States–Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.
Situated just south of Harvey this unique trail allows visitors an opportunity to get close to the flora and fauna of the prairies and rolling foothills. The final leg of this trail meanders westward through the vast plains of North Dakota. Hiking, or driving through any portion of this unique trail is truly an experience to write home about! There’s terrain to challenge or just inspire every type of hiker. You’ll see what we mean when we say you’ll be swept away by the experience.
Find maps of the trail and more info at https://northcountrytrail.org/the-trail/north-dakota/.
Wells County Museum, Fessenden, North Dakota
The museum consists of frontier exhibits in regards to the local and regional history of the county and how the towns were established. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is open from May 1 through October 1 by appointment only; it is also open to the public during the week of the fair (3rd weekend in June). To make an appointment to visit the Wells County Museum call 547-3415. The museum is located in Fessenden at the Wells County Fair Grounds.