Thursday, September 15, 6:30-8pm; Tuesday, September 20, 7:30-9pm
Red River Women’s Clinic, 512 1st Ave N, Fargo
RRWC will once again be a target of protests. They need volunteer escorts to support patients and their families as they enter the clinic. Never escorted before? Need a refresher? This is the training for you! They will talk through how to escort, what not to do, and answer your questions.
Thursday, September 15, 5:30-9pm
Campus Mall, MSUM
Rally and march, free food and music, speakers and opportunities to learn about a culture free from violence against women, LGBTQ folks, and people of color. Free and open to all. Check out the Campus Feminist Organization and the Women’s Center and Office for Diversity and Inclusion, good people to know!
Thursday, September 15, 7-11pm
The New Direction, 14 Roberts St N downstairs, Fargo
Last shows at the city’s only DIY venue, rap and hip hop by Nappy Niglet x Dono Gerard, Triz, Mil, and Cody Stroh. $7, all ages. TND say it’s the last rap show, but Ryan Hoffart says there’s another one on Saturday. The Saturday show could be something else disguised as rap, always a possibility at TND.
Tuesday, September 13, 9:30pm-12:00am
The Aquarium (Dempsey’s upstairs), 226 Broadway N, Fargo
Terror Pigeon: loving, fun, truthful, polite, pal incarnate; Real Dom: simultaneous dance, perspiration, and mystical powers; Uncle Dad: ready to bring it, this is gonna be crazy; no gals in GALS but they do look good in wigs; Sleep Mask: the openers emit bleep bloops that will make you melt. $5, 21+
Tuesday, September 13, 5:30-7:30pm
Bluestem Center for the Arts, 801 50th Ave SW, Moorhead
Free family fun, Penny and Pals, inflatable games, pony rides, kite flying, carriage rides, balloon tying, Play-Doh station, photo booth, treasure hunt. Decorate your bike for the bike parade! Free hot dogs, chips, and pop while supplies last. Part of Greater Moorhead Days, celebrating the city.
Saturday, September 10, 5-7pm
The Spirit Room, 111 Broadway N, Fargo
Human reliance on technology in the form of digital prints and drawings. Michael says, “The works in this show are a call for the concrete...being able to transmit an idea efficiently requires a stripping away of abstracts in order for the receiver to interpret the information with clarity.”
Friday, September 9, 4-11pm
610 University Dr N, Fargo
30 beers, 12 casks, 3 original lemonade infusions, and their new Scottish Wee Heavy beer. 2 stages, 7 bands: Diane Miller, Pat Lenertz, Moody River, Tom Peckskamp, Flatlands, Boots. Their address is weird. The entrance is on 7th Avenue North, across the street from the Family Fare parking lot.
Thursday, September 8, 6-8pm
Ecce Art Gallery, 216 Broadway N, Fargo
Professor Guan goes on investigating the possibilities of landscape, repays repeated visits. He’s an original, yes, but the first time we saw his work we shivered, because Caspar David Friedrich lives on in him. Do not miss.
Reception: Thursday, September 8, 6-8pm; artist’s talk, 6:30pm
Spirit Room, 111 Broadway N, Downtown Fargo
Colorful photo collages, inspired by the artist’s time in Los Angeles before moving to North Dakota. The exhibition will be up from September 4 to October 18 in Gallery I, free and open to the public.
Thursday, September 8, from 5pm
Corks & Canvas, Plains Art Museum, Sazerac’s Alley, Atomic Coffee
First, wine and art at downtown galleries; 7-8pm, Plains Art for George Slade of the Minnesota Center for Photography; 8-11pm, experimental film, local photographers’ work on sale at Sazerac’s and Atomic Coffee.
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