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ndsb-logo-transparent-997px.pngShrine and El Zagal Shrine Banquet
Lewy Lee Fieldhouse - 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
9-Man Game Start Time - 4 p.m.
11-Man Game Start Time - 7 p.m.

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Shrine units and the Shrine Bowl players will lead the May-Port Summerfest parade. The parade begins at 9:45 a.m. The Shrine Bowl Banquet will follow at 11 a.m. in the Lewy Lee Fieldhouse at Mayville State.

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Food Services

All food stations will be just west of the main entrance to Jerome Berg Field and available from 2 to 8 p.m.

B-n-B Restaurant
Hamburgers, Fries, Cold Drinks, etc.

Gourmet hotdogs

Whetzel Catering
Prime Rib Sandwiches, Beans, Cole Slaw

Mama LaRonni's
Frozen treats

Cruizin Cafe
Chinese and Italian Sodas

MSU Athletics Concessions
Popcorn, Pop, Candy, and Other Concession Items

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Pre-Game Activities Outside of Jerome Berg Field

Face Painting from 2 to 7 p.m.

White Hat Tailgating. Refreshments are available for all Shriners and parents of Shrine players free of charge. Look for the big white tent in "The Grove" tailgating area. 

Pre-game activities sponsored by BASF, Peterson Farms Seed - T & R Seed, Advanced Drainage Systems, MSU Comet White Hats, Top Hat Lounge, Jacobson Studio, James Valley Grain.

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Other things to do on the Mayville State campus and in Mayville-Portland

May-Port Summerfest activities going on all day, culminating at street dance in Portland.

Mayville Pool & Water Park (by the water tower) will be open.

Mayville Golf Course (off of Hwy. 200 between Mayville and Portland)

Disc Golf (Near Island Park)

Goose River Heritage Museum Open (Downtown Mayville)

Rainbow Garden (just off Hwy. 200, next to the Willowood Campground)

Gardens on the grounds of the Mayville State Edson & Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership Center. 

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Hotel and Camping

The Hometown Inn, 701-786-9081.

The Willowood Campground (701-430-7177) and Evans Campground (701-430-9198) are open for rentals.

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Bring a Lawn Chair or Blanket!

Due to limited bench seating, all fans are reminded to bring lawn chairs and blankets and to view the games anywhere around the bowl inside Jerome Berg Field.

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For more information, contact Lon Jorgensen at 701-788-4787 or