Jamestown  (CSi) On Flag Day, June 14, at Ft. Seward, there will be a lesson on caring for the Flag, the History of our Flag. Craft will be a tear art project as well as a Flag cookie you can decorate. There are also plans for a Flag Burning Ceremony

Interpretive Center open and staffed from Memorial Day-Labor Day, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Other times of the year, call 701-251-9145 for information.

An active military fort from 1872-1877, Fort Seward now houses an interpretive center displaying artifacts excavated from the site’s archaeological digs. A new computer kiosk takes you on an audio-visual virtual tour of the site. The grounds are also home to a Veterans’ Memorial and scenic views of the James River Valley. Also, the largest United States flag on display in North Dakota flies here when weather permits.