Wednesday, May 2, 9pm-howling
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway
Featuring members of Daze N Daze--Houston based Escape from the Zoo is coming to Fargo to thrash your socks off for the show of the year. Keep an ear out for the Antidonts and local heroes: Mr. Meaner, Pass The Flask, Super Cruiser, and Germ Circus.
Saturday, April 28, 1-4pm
Comstock House, 506 8th St S, Moorhead
Costumed historians discuss the work of female scientists from the Victorian era through the early 20th century. Learn about their contributions in the fields of archaeology, astronomy, solar energy and DNA.
Saturday, April 28, 9pm
Prairie Brothers Brewing Company, 4474 23rd Ave South, Fargo
Pole performances, contortionists, glitter, glamorama, burlesque and beer. Who could ask for anything more? Performances by Ketel Wonder, Frisk E. Business, Ava X. Posed, Sasha Savage, Monaco Maneater, and KC Vine.
Friday, April 27, 7pm
Great Plains Ballroom at NDSU Memorial Union
Each year he NDSU Hip Hop team puts on an event that will benefit a local charity. This year all of the proceeds will go to CHARISM. Their show will feature singers, dancers, rappers, comedians and even the talents of local yo-yo artist Jon Narum.
Front Street Taproom, 614 Main Ave, Fargo
Front Street Taproom is now hosting a weekly foosball league in the cellar every Thursday. It’s free to join and weekly attendance isn’t mandatory but encouraged. All you have to do is show up and keep your eye on the ball!
Wednesday, April 25, 9pm-howling
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway, Fargo
You may have heard their sick beats on 95.9 lpfm on Friday's from 5pm-midnight. Now you can dance your pants off in the presence of the minds behind ”The Riverside Redux,””The Weekly Rinse,” “This is Sugar” hosted by Josh aka DJ KLMNOP, “Dubnown” hosted by Kid-0 and Wissota, and “Bass Sick Beats” hosted by Star IV.
April 20, 21 and the 26-28
Askanase Hall at NDSU located at the corner of 12th Avenue North and Albrecht Blvd
Based on the book by Barbara Park,, it’s the holiday season and Junie B. is gearing up for the class gift exchange. It’s all fun and games until her tattle-tale nemesis May gets in the way. In teaching her a lesson Junie B Jones learns a lesson herself.. What is it? See for yourself and maybe we’ll all learn a little something.
April 21-22, 1pm-5pm
Center for creativity at Plains Art Museum, 720 1st Ave. N, Fargo
This single weekend workshop walks participants through two different book binding processes. The pamphlet stitch and Japanese stab binding. Learn the basics and build from there! Participants will create their own soft bound journal.
Saturday, April 21, 9pm
The Sanctuary Bar and Bistro, 9816 21st St. N, Moorhead
Who’s onboard for a bit of the ‘ol razzle dazzle? Bad Weather Burlesque is back after a hiatus and ready to shake rattle, roll. Gear up for a night of burlesque, belly dance, and comedy.
Saturday, April 21, 10am-2pm
Prairie Roots Food Co-op, 1213 NP Ave Fargo
This outdoor event will feature the Red River Market vendors you know and love. Something for everyone whether you’re looking to fill your pantry, household, belly or soul. Live music, food, art, and plenty of parking.
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