Classic tractor ride scheduled for July 24
TRUMAN — Wednesday is recycling day. Please place recycling containers curbside by 7 a.m. with the front facing the street. All cardboard should be broken down, but no pizza boxes.
Second Harvest Heartland and the nutritional assistance program for seniors will be held 9:30-10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Truman. Eligibility is based on age, 60 years and older, household size and income. Pre-register at (800) 365-0270.
It’s time to tune up your antique tractors for the Truman classic tractor ride on July 24. Lineup begins at 7:30 a.m. at the Prairieland facility and they will leave at 8 a.m. Participants will return to Graf Park for a noon lunch.
If you have any questions, please call Brad at (507) 236-5216, Jim at (507) 236-1655 or Jerry at (507) 236-8218.
In light of the governor’s recent lifting of restrictions regarding museums and outdoor spaces, Split Rock Lighthouse and Jeffers Petroglyphs will again be open for visitors beginning July 15.
Birch Coulee Battlefield, Traverse Des Sioux and Marine Mill outdoor trails are already open to the public.
Split Rock Lighthouse will be open seven days per week. Guests can purchase a timed entry ticket for $8 online or inside the visitor center.
Other indoor spaces, including the lighthouse and keeper’s residence, will remain closed. A pop-up store will be set up outside so visitors can shop for their favorite Split Rock lighthouse items.
For more information, visit www.mnhs.org/split rock lighthouse.
Jeffers Petroglyphs will be open Thursday through Sunday. Guests can purchase entry tickets for $8 online or inside the visitor center. For more information, visit www.mnhs.org/jefferspetroglyphs. Tickets can be purchased online up to one month in advance or through the box office at (651) 259-3015.