BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20160528T000000Z DTEND:20160528T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>Field-In-A-Day</strong>\n<em>Rebuilding a baseball fiel d at the Minidoka National Historic Site</em>\nSaturday\, May 28\, 2016\n< a href=" htm" target="_blank"></a>\n\nBaseball played a key role in sust aining the Japanese Americans who were incarcerated at the Minidoka War Re location Center from 1942-45. Many camp residents&mdash\;youth and adults\ , male and female&mdash\;played baseball or softball on one of the many fi elds throughout the camp.\n\n<strong>Field-In-A-Day</strong>&nbsp\;is base d on the 1952 Farm-In-A-Day event on property that was part of the histori c Minidoka site. Approximately 1500 volunteers built a two bedroom home\, dug irrigation canals\, built corrals\, and planted crops &mdash\; all in a single day. On Saturday\, May 28th\, individuals and groups are invited to join Friends of Minidoka and park staff in rebuilding one of the baseba ll fields that were interspersed among the 44 residential blocks.\n\nVolun teer for Field-In-A-Day\, make a donation\, share stories and photos\, or learn more about the project by visiting&nbsp\;<a href=" /miin/learn/historyculture/baseball-at-minidoka.htm" target="_blank">www.n</a>. SUMMARY:Minidoka Field-In-A-Day URL:/en/events/2016/05/28/minidoka-field-in-a-day/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR