July 24-27, 1pm
Make Room, 806½ Main Ave, Fargo
4-day arts-intensive camp! Water has qualities of impermanence, imperfection, and fluidity, all fantastic areas of practice for growing artists. Art Camp will include a wide variety of media and studio art experimentations. Ages 5+; www.makeroomfargo.com
Tuesday, July 25, 5:30-8pm
Riverfront Park, Moorhead, along the river behind Usher’s
Youth and their families are invited to learn the basics of fishing and try to land a big one. Free event! Fishing license is not required for youth 15 and under. Participants are encouraged to bring fishing poles. Information, email Kimberly@riverkeepers.org
Avalon Events Center, Fargo
Saturday, July 22 at 9 PM - 12 AM
An all ages showcase of Fargo’s premier rap talent. Featuring the talents of Cannon, Mil, I.G., and Allen Nolan.Performers were hand picked not only because of their talents but because of their dedication and contributions to the local rap scene.
4255 23rd Ave S, Fargo
Saturday, July 22, 10am-5pm
Free kids admission, free lunch at 11am while supplies last. Where does your food come from? How does a pizza grow? What does a combine do? Find out the answers. Farmers, scientists, and zookeepers create a fun-filled day.
Friday, July 21, 8pm
Red Raven, 916 Main Ave, Fargo
It’s a ha-ha sad, not a cry-cry sad. Five stand-up comics try to out-sad each other. Free of charge, benefits First Link, the suicide prevention hotline (call 211). We’ll be there. We only get laughed at when we’re not trying to be funny. 701-478-7337
Friday, July 21, doors 9pm, show 10pm-1am
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway upstairs
Unmissable performance in support of their new double album A Walk With Love and Death. “You’ll sleep with the lights on after listening,” says drummer Dale Crover. 21+, expensive but worth it: $18 at Dempsey’s, Orange Records, or ticketweb; $20 door.
Saturday, July 15, 4-9pm
The Spirit Room, 111 Broadway, Fargo
Bachata is a simple dance from the Dominican Republic with “almost every move” possible in its four-beat sequence. Workshop designed to help couples find their rhythm. Partner required, space for 20 couples. Techniques learned can be used in several other dances. 701-237-0230
July 13 - 16, Thursday through Sunday
Main Ave E & 6th St NE, Barnesville, Minnesota
A four day celebration featuring 4H exhibits, entertainment including minnow races, a ranch rodeo, demolition derby and so much more.
July 11-16, Tuesday through Sunday, 11am-9pm
1805 W Main Ave, West Fargo
ATMs in fairgrounds; Baby Care Center; tickets $5, $10, under 5 free; get your hand stamped to get back in; auto racing at 6pm, concerts at 8pm; Information Building, friendly knowledgeable staff; lost & found 701-282-2200; service dogs only; smoking area, wheelchairs available.
By Mrisha Sharma
Photos: Mrisha Sharma
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