Tuesday, September 4, 4-7 p.m.
Growing together: A community Garden ministry, 3910 25th St S, Fargo
Learn all about tomatoes from field to fork. Educational stations and fun activities will surround the festival to teach attendees growing and harvesting techniques, how to properly wash and store the harvest, how to make gazpacho, recipe demonstrations etc.
Sunday, September 2, 1-12 p.m.
Dazey Sodbusters, HWY 26 Sibley, ND
It’s time for the 69th annual Sibley sodbuster stampede bull-O-rama--a celebrated Barnes county bull riding tradition along picturesque Lake Ashtabula. After the thrills, chills, and spills of the rodeo stay for the dance with live music from Thunder Ridge.
Saturday, September 1, 9-11 p.m.
Junkyard Brewing Co, 1416 1st Ave N, Moorhead
Charlie Young of the Moody River band will tantalize your ear holes with a solo set of old time folk tunes. Killer music, good company, and tasty brews--what more could a guy or gal ask for?
Thursday, August 30, 5-7pm
Spirit Room, 111 N Broadway, Fargo
“I created each piece with nothing but spontaneity in mind. No sketches. No cemented plans, but fluidity. I painted exactly what I was feeling or needing to express at the very time of sitting down at my easel. It was an outpouring of color..” said Field in her artist statement.
Monday, August 27-30
Gasper’s School of Dance, 524 7th St. N, Fargo
Can you believe it’s been 40 years? Gasper’s School of Dance will be celebrating via prize drawings and gift bags for students, and a photo booth, games, cake and much more for all.Gasper’s provides dance classes for kids age three to adult. All levels of dance welcome. Congratulations Gasper’s!
Monday, August 27, 4 - 10 p.m.
Fargo Brewing Company, 610 University Dr. N, Fargo
Beer drinking for a cause? That’s something we can get behind. FBC is hosting a fundraiser and for every pint of beer purchased, The Fargo Brewing Company will generously donate $1 to HERO. Jumbo's Food Truck will donate 10% of their sales back to HERO too. Live music by the Lars and Joe Pony Show. HERO collects and distributes gently used healthcare equipment and will be accepting donations throughout the…
Tuesday, August 28 at 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Dr, Grand Forks
Award-winning singer-songwriter Fred Eaglesmith is fixin’ to rock your socks off and tickle your funny bone. He’s been characterized as "Johnny Carson meets the Rolling Stones."
Saturday, August 25, 3:30-8:30 p.m.
Newman Outdoor Field
A wise man once said that “Beauty is in the eye of the beerholder.” Soak up some sun and the beauty of being able to sample over 130 beers from local, regional and national brewmasters.
Saturday, August 25, 6-8 p.m.
Kaddatz Galleries, 111 W Lincoln Avenue, Fergus Falls, MN
MSUM alumni Naomi RaMona Schliesman will give her artist talk at 7 pm.The Silver Lining will be on display in the Kaddatz main gallery August 23 - September 29. According to her artist statement, “Her family’s frequent moves from home to home as well as her awareness of the disparate décor of home, school and church taught her the importance of applying ornamentation and aesthetic to making a…
Thursday, August 23, 8-11:30 p.m.
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Genre defying experimental two-piece consisting of electric cello and drums.Kate Wakefield is an ex opera singer, has been writing and performing with live cello and vocal loops since 2014. Daisy Caplan was a core member of rock band Foxy Shazam and feminist punk band BABE RAGE.
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