Thursday, April 12, 7-9pm
Ecce Art Gallery, 208 Roberts Alley, Fargo
Celebrate great art and a new location for Ecce--talk about killing two birds with one stone! Free parking on the Roco Ramp and access to the gallery can be attained alley side.
Thursday, April 12, from Noon to 1 p.m.
NDSU Main Library, Weber Reading Room: 1201 Albrecht Blvd, Fargo
Combining historic items from three important NDSU collections: the NDSU Archives, the Emily P. Reynolds Historic Costume Collection and the Libraries’ state and federal documents collection. During a 60-year period, NDSU home economics students spent four to five weeks living in the Alba Bales House. “The Practice House,” as it was originally known, housed its first residents in…
Thursday, April 12 at 6:30-8:30pm
The Fargo Theatre, 314 N Broadway, Fargo
A special screening of three short films outlining the importance of fair housing. Three short films will be screened: the award-winning "Seven Days" documenting the seven days after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; "Matter of Place"; and "Brick by Brick".
A panel moderated by Barry Nelson head of the North Dakota Human rights coalition will follow. He will share the stage with: Michelle Rydz,…
Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30 PM - 9 PM
Hotel Donaldson, 101 N Broadway, Fargo
Think globally act locally when Zenato Winery joins forces with the Hotel Donaldson to bring you a four course meal prepared with locally sourced ingredients and paired perfectly with wines from the Veneto region of Italy.
Make your reservation today call (701) 478-8888
Monday, April 9, 8-11pm
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Joe Jack Talcum of the legendary punk band Dead Milkmen will be playing an intimate set of both Dead Milkmen songs and original solo material. He’ll be sharing the stage with local heroes Ethan Rooney and Coolzey. Tickets will be on sale online, at Orange Records, or at Dempsey’s.
Saturday, April 7, 1:30-3:30pm
The Rourke Art Gallery and Museum, 521 Main Avenue, Moorhead
Public opening, artist talk and book signing for DL Houseman’s exhibit, "Barns are Noble and Harvey and His Friends." Gallery talk starts at 2pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Friday, April 6, 5:30-7:30pm
Fargo Billiards and Gastropub, 3234 43rd St S, Fargo
An all ages monthly gathering of North Dakota Women’s Network members and friends from across the state during Happy Hour--appetizers are half price before 6. Organized for leisurely discussion of mutual interests regarding social, political, and economic issues. If you aren’t in Fargo, look for other gatherings throughout the state in Bismarck, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Valley City,…
April 6-7, 7pm
Front Street Taproom, 614 Main Avenue
Nate Abshire started his comedy career in 2009, the next year he finished runner-up in the “Funniest Person in the Twin Cities” contest. In 2012 he ventured west and was a semifinalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and in 2013 Nate performed at Laughfest in their “Best of the Midwest” contest finishing runner-up. He has also opened for Mark Maron, Whitney Cummings, and The Sklar Brothers.
Thursday, April 5 through April 26
Center for Creativity, Plains Art Museum, 720 1st Ave N
Artisans developed lost wax casting in the bronze age and most contemporary commercial jewelry is still produced this way. Includes all tools and materials; Instructors: Mike Kolesar and James Wolberg. $136; non-members $170; (701) 551-6100
Thursday, April 5, 3-7pm
Drekker Brewing Co, 630 1st Ave N Ste 6
Buy yourself a beer and join us! Non-profits from the F-M area are looking for volunteers and board members. Would you like to offer your skills to assist the mission and vision of a non-profit? Open house style, stop by anytime. (701) 540-6808
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