Welcome to Max,
Max, North Dakota is located 28 miles south of Minot along Highway 83, the Gateway to Lake Audubon and Lake Sakakawea, with only 15 miles to fishing and water sports. Our present population is 287 citizens.
A Vibrant Community
Max is a vibrant small community suited for quiet living without sacrificing access to services and recreation. Nestled in the midst of Minot, Bismarck, and Garrison, there is no shortage of shopping, health care, and other necessities. And don't forget the flourishing local businesses! Please visit our Local Businesses page to see all that Max has to offer.
2014 Max Steak Fry Set
The Max Civic Club is gearing up for the 2014 edition of its annual Steak Fry. This year's event moves slightly earlier in October than in past years, so mark your calendar! The Steak Fry will also be offering a fresh take on its entertainment with Dueling Pianos by 176 Keys.
Only one hundred $25 meal-only tickets and two hundred $40 meal/ entertainment tickets will be sold, so purchase yours now! Tickets are available at local businesses or from Civic Club Members. Entertainment-only tickets will be available at the door. A 50/50 raffle will also be held, with drawings at 6:00 and 9:00 pm. A cash bar will be provided.
Here's the evening's schedule of events:
5:00 to 6:30 pm: Steak Supper for $25 meal-only ticket holders
6:30 to 8:00 pm: Steak Supper and entertainment with Fun Pianos for $40 ticket holders
8:30 pm: $25 Entertainment-only tickets available at the door
9:00 to 11:00 pm: Dueling Pianos show by 176 Keys
Original Honor Wall names sought
The Max Park Board is attempting to recreate a listing of all of the names of individuals commemorated on the original Max Honor Wall (pictured above). Over time, and with the deterioration of the original wooden monument, some names were lost. The Park Board wants to make sure that all individuals originally listed continue to be remembered and honored.
We may have moved what you're looking for
Looking for something that you originally saw here on the home page? It may have moved to our Odds & Ends page. Check there for past stories or photos you may still want to access.
Memorials and obituaries now to be posted by request on maxnd.com
Maxnd.com is now happy to serve you by posting memorials and obituaries of your loved ones. Click here for more information.
Don't forget to visit the Guestbook
Maxnd.com has seen some interesting messages in the Guestbook recently, with comments, memories, and requests for family or historical information. Please visit the Guestbook to view these comments and to see if you may have information that could help out these information seekers.
Max City Council Meeting Minutes now available on maxnd.com.
Wondering what happened at the last Max City Council meeting? Click here for links to meeting minutes.