The Valier Area Development Corporation has rescheduled its second annual Community Food and Fun Night. The event will be held on Thursday, Sept. 24 from 5-7 p.m. in the Downtown Park on the corner of Hwy. 44 and Valier-Cut Bank Hwy. The event is for members of the Valier community. In consideration of the current pandemic, the VADC is asking that only Valier residents and business owners attend.

The VADC planning for health and safety of participants in a variety of ways, such as asking patrons to be patient, observe six-foot social distancing, and stay home if they are not feeling well. Tables will be spread throughout the park and hand sanitizer and other precautions will be available.  

Attendees will be served food items to avoid cross contamination. Food servers will wear gloves and the condiments will be prepackaged. All care will be taken to ensure limited handling of food, plates, utensils, and other paper products. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or take advantage of the park’s picnic tables. The VADC will be serving hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, and beans. Beverages will include iced tea, lemonade, water, and the fabulous homemade root beer floats. 

There will also be music, so come join the VADC, keep your distance, and enjoy the evening!  

The VADC sponsors this event to promote community camaraderie, to thank the community for their support, and to promote awareness of VADC and our various community projects. 

You can learn more about the VADC by visiting the organization’s website at or Facebook at Valier Area Development Corporation.

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