Entertainment

The Stanley Community features a wide variety of community organizations that provide various forms of entertainment for all-ages:

Prairie Rose Golf Club

112 2nd Ave NE Stanley, ND

Phone: (701) 628-2135

Regis Theater

114 S Main St Stanley, ND

Phone: (701) 628-2739

Stanley Bowling Alley

111 1st St SE Stanley, ND, 58784

Phone: (701) 628-3300

Bowling leagues and private parties are available upon request*

Stanley Commercial Club

PO Box 974 Stanley, ND

CommercialClub@Midstatetel.com

Commercial Club Website

Stanley Park District

PO BOX 901 Stanley, ND
(701) 629-8900

Email: stanleyrecdirector@gmail.com

Stanley Park District Website

Sibyl Center

17 3rd Ave SW Stanley, ND

Email: info@sibylcenter.org

Sybil Center Website

Flickertail Village Museum

405 12th Ave SE, Stanley ND
West of the intersection of US Hwy 2 & ND Hwy 8

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Flickertail Village Museum is a collection of preserved and restored buildings, housing artifacts and items from the past.  At the turn of the century, please with dreams of land and freedom flooded the west and spirited towns quickly grew.  The museum tells a colorful story of early prairie settlements, and its displays depict the early settlers’ way of life.  The museum got its start in 1977 when several citizens from Ross, ND, expressed a desire to save the Burlington Northern depot that was about to be abandoned by the railroad.  They took the matter before the Stanley City Council, which granted permission to move the depot to a piece of land where the former Stanley airport had been located.  The museum held its official opening in 1983.  Visitors toured through the depot, which had been transformed into a mini museum, the schoolhouse, the jail, the cook car and the blacksmith shop.  Now, several years later, the museum consists of twenty buildings replicating a frontier village of the past.  There are thousands of artifacts on display in the museum’s buildings and on its grounds.  Many of the items on display were donated by residents of Mountrail County, some were rescued from places like rock piles, and others were purchased.  Volunteers are the mainstay of the museum.  They perform various duties to include organizing and caring for the artifacts located in the buildings, painting, making repairs, lawn maintenance, and opening the museum for visitors.  The museum is funded largely through donations and grants.

Tours available June-August

Sundays 2:00-4:00 pm

Thursdays 9:30-11:30 am & 7:00-9:00 pm

Or by appointment, for appointment call 701-628-2326, 701-628-2670 or 765-432-8700