Saturday, February 4, 12 - 4 PM
Fargo VFW Club, 202 Broadway N, Fargo
This event will consist of some of the best chilli from the area that you can taste after the judging process. While you wait, have a Coor’s Light or any beverage of your choice. The winner of the cook off will be moving on to the regional championship so hope that your favorite wins! This event is for ages 21 and older only.
Friday, February 3, 9 PM - 12 AM
Comstock Memorial Union 114, MSUM, Moorhead
A drag show featuring both student and professional Drag Queens and Kings. The event is free but it is encouraged to bring a few dollars to give to the Queens and Kings during their performance. If you arrive early there will also be free t-shirts.
Wednesday, Febraury 1, 4 - 7 PM
Fargo Billiards and Gastropub, 3234 43rd St S, Fargo
An evening of beer sampling from places like Fargo Brewing Company, Lakefront Brewery and Rhombus Guys Brewing Company as well as free appetizers like BBQ Smokies, Chicken Wings and MAN-CHOS. Men’s Hair Company will also be on site to “Shave to Save”. The event will be donating to Essentia to aid their research and care for cancer. $25 or $35 the day of the event.
Monday, January 30, 7:30 - 10:30 PM
Marcus West Acres 14 Cinema, 4101 17th Ave S, Fargo
Embrace is a documentary created to explore the way women think about their bodies and how to change the negativity of not fitting “the mold”. $11
Sunday, January 29, 1 - 4 PM
Great Rides Fargo, 425 Broadway N, Fargo
B-B-BRRR is a one of a kind bike race that embraces the freezing winter temperatures and celebrates bike riding. There will be a couple of new features this year including a 5K Fun Ride for beginners and a Kid Zone. The race starts at the Community Gardens and all racers receive a meal, beverage and t-shirt for participation. Entry fee: $25 on or before January 26, $35 afterward.
Saturday, January 28, 6:30 - 9 PM
North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Dr, Grand Forks
The 26th Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction will have the theme of “Rainbow Gardens” this year to celebrate Jo Ewen (1931-2016) who supported the benefit for years by buying five tables for her and her friends from May-Port. The silent auction will consist of artwork from local, regional and national artists. Black Tie optional. Valet Parking available. $125
Friday, January 27, 8 PM - 1 AM
The Hawk’s Nest Antarctic Substation
Animal Lover will be playing at the Hawk’s Nest this Friday for the first time in quite a while. There will also be multiple opening performances by Gals, Triple Deke, Free Truman, and The Knotties.
Friday, January 20, 8:30- 10 PM
The Centrum (Concordia College), 901 8th St S, Moorhead
A Capella Night at Concordia is featuring Six Appeal, a world class vocal ensemble infused with sharp comedic timing and the energy and vitality of a rock band. Concordia’s own a capella group, Voce Hominum will also open the show.
Friday, January 20, 7 PM- 2 AM
The Garage Bar Presents, 3108 9th St S, Moorhead
A party celebrating the release of John Wayne and The Pain’s new album. The party will be hosted by Big Zach and will feature Jason Hann of String Cheese Incident / / EOTO and West Coast hip hop legend Zion I Crew. Tickets are $17.
Friday, January 20, 10 PM- 1 AM
Seagrave Studios, 914 Main Ave, Fargo
The facebook event page says it all, “Collapsing the meaning of music while the republic collapses around us,” a variety of area noise bands includingThe Slipstream a project stemming from the mind behind Braindeer, the dark ambiance of Hope Chest,Support Unit, AIM - P.E.,Suspicion, and Dakota Magick a community noise collaboration. All for the suggested donation of $5.
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