Red River’s appeal lies in no small part to its multi-generational bonds. Children are experiencing the same family activities their parents and grandparents enjoyed from fishing to the annual Fourth of July parade.
Nowhere is this more evident than at the enduring Red River Community House. Since the early 1940s, the Community House has provided a place to worship, marry, play, dance, enjoy music and have fun. Today, the non-profit Community House offers a dizzying array of FREE activities like Movies on the Lawn, Music in the Mountains, “Chill” Teenager and Young Adult Night, daily hikes, history tours, and much, much more.
For a complete list of all of the activities at the Red River Community Houseclick here.