Sunday, June 4, 4:30-5:30pm
The Spirit Room, 111 Broadway N, Fargo
Shaman Butterfly guides us to growth, transformation, creativity, beauty, gentleness, and overcoming obstacles, not in any particular order. Drumming to aid us on our journey, blankets and pillows available for our comfort, $10-$20 suggested donation.
Saturday, June 3, 10pm-1:30am
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway upstairs, Fargo
Do not miss. You’re encouraged to wear beach duds, bartenders mixing a special shot in commemoration. Beavage and Cleavage last performed at the F*ck 2016 Party, which we missed. 21+, no cover.
May 31-June 1
Fargo Civic Center 207 4th St N, Fargo
A platform for you to build your business, your unmanned expertise, or network with fellow enthusiasts. Even more useful, on May 30 and June 2, Part 107 Drone Ground Training Course. https://www.emergingprairie.com/dronefocusconferen...
Tuesday, May 30, 7:30-9pm
Fargodome, 1800 University Dr N, Fargo
The Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winning show returns for its 20th anniversary tour. Seven artists follow their dreams through hardship and fear; themes of hope, friendship, and creativity. Superb cast, more than a revival. $36.50, $49, $61.50
Sunday, May 28, 6-7pm
Southwest Youth Hockey Arena 4404 23rd Ave S, Fargo
Watch our practice and ask questions. See if Roller Derby is right for you. Dakota Men’s Roller Derby as well. Each visitor receives a welcome packet with everything needed to get started. 18+, no experience required, but previous skating experience a plus.
Saturday, May 27, doors 9:30, music 10pm-2am
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway, Fargo
Russian DJ Jana Dark: Darkrad is her project and she’s the only member. She’s afraid of the unknown and we’re afraid of her. With Still, Monowolf, and Salmari, locals with similar preoccupations. Unusual and important show, 21+ and only $5
Saturday, May 27, 2-9pm
NDSU Festival Concert Hall 1340 Administration Ave, NDSU
Campus Spring Dance Gala: each performance will feature different classes, dancers, and competition pieces. “We are excited to share the progress of our students in this year-end tradition and celebration.” For tickets, tututix.com/gsdpa.
Friday, May 26, 7-9pm
Sanctuary Events Center 670 4th Ave N, Fargo
The best of the classic horn band hits: Chicago, Blood Sweat & Tears, Blues Brothers, Average White Band, Genesis, Tower of Power, Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Commodores. PTFS voted best cover band 4 years in a row in HPR. 21+, $20, http://jadepresents.com/event/2017-post-traumatic-...
Thursday May, 25, 8pm
Hotel Donaldson, 101 N Broadway
Local heroes play the songs of Ryan Adams. Keep an ear and an eye out for Ike Morsch (Davis?), Nathan Pitcher (Boots), Dale Hieb (Dirty Word), Max Johnk (Benefactor, Wild Amphora, Errorist), Mike Jenkins (Pat Lenertz Band, Deb Jenkins Band) and Rick Schroeder (Troubador, Thunder Ridge, Jeremiah James and the Prairie Pulse).
Tuesday, May 23, 6pm
Hjemkomst Center, 202 1st Ave N, Moorhead
Tim Jorgensen will share his research and fascination with Viking Age art. Viking Age-themed food from the Rex Cafe, local beer from Drekker Brewing Company, a 60-90 minute presentation, and tours of the HCSCC museum. 21+, $15, members $10.
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