Get ready, Williston! It's time to celebrate the Week of the Young Child, and local businesses have teamed up to bring you a week full of fun from April 15th to April 19th!

The Week of the Young Child is like a big celebration for little ones and their families! It's all about raising awareness for kids aged from birth to eight years old and their needs. During this special week, communities, schools, and groups across the country come together to organize fun events and activities.

Think art displays, family workshops, storytelling sessions, and more, all focused on early learning and development. It's a time for everyone – teachers, parents, caregivers, and communities – to show their support for young children and their education. So, mark your calendar and get ready to join the fun!

Here's what's happening:

Movie Monday on April 15th: Catch a screening of "Migration" at 6:00 pm at T & J Agnes' South Theater, 211 Main Street. Admission is free, and tasty concessions will be available for purchase.

Transportation Tuesday on April 16th: Swing by the Williston Rural Fire Department at 1200 11th Avenue West from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm to meet our local community helpers.

Workout Wednesday on April 17th: Enjoy free admission to the Waterpark at the ARC, 822 18th Street East from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Bowling Thursday on April 18th: Head to Williston Strike Zone, 1804 2nd Ave West from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm for one free game per child.

Kids Day Out on Friday, April 19th: Join us at the Upper Missouri Valley Fairgrounds for a day packed with activities from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Admission is free, and there'll be plenty of concessions available from the Williston Basin Skating Club. Get ready for booths, Jump N Fun, Stuff a Critter, Cake Walk, DJ Dance Party, sign up for Lemonade Day, and much more!

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Proud sponsors this year include, T & J Agnes Theaters, Williston Rural Fire Department, Williston Police Department, Williston ARC, and the Strike Zone. They have teamed up to make this week one to remember! See you there!

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