Saturday, June 4, 8 p.m.
Fargodome, 1800 University Drive N, Fargo
The composer of the Steamroller Blues, of course, needs no introduction. Seats are $65 to $85, platinum seats $140 to $225. Section 12 is the no-alcohol section. Four-ticket limit for presale, four-ticket limit for on sale, eight-ticket total strictly enforced. Tickets are still available as we go to press. (701) 599-7111.
Saturday, June 4, 8 a.m.
Iwen Park, 1209 52nd Ave S, Fargo
Challenges you to run, walk, volunteer, or donate in support of four local charitable organizations: CHARISM, the Marv Brossart Foundation for Parkinson’s Support, the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center, and the Cass Clay YWCA. 5k, 10k, 3-hour and 6-hour trail run and walkathon. firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, June 3, 7 p.m.
Gaede Stage, MSUM, Moorhead
Last night for this musical scrapbook of memories of growing up Lutheran in the 1950s Midwest. Presented by the Straw Hat Players. The Gaede Stage, in the Roland Dille Center for the Arts, is a block north of 9th Avenue South, between 12th and 13th Streets South. MSUM Box Office, (218) 477-2271, open Mon-Fri, noon to 4 p.m.
Thursday, June 2, 5-9pm
Downtown crowded, Broadway bumper to bumper. We’ve seen a 1927 Willys-Knight with wood spoke wheels, an Indian motorcycle from the 1940s, a Mercedes 190SL convertible -- all of them well the trip.
Wednesday, June 1, 6:30pm,
Comstock House, 506 8th Street S, Moorhead
Hatha Yoga classes with lovely surroundings, offered by the Spirit Room and Clay County HCS. No registration necessary, bring your own mat and water bottle. Classes will be cancelled in case of rain or temperatures below 60 degrees. We’re going anyway, even if nobody’s there.
Sunday, May 29, 7pm, The Boiler Room
The Boiler Room, 210 Broadway, Fargo
Inspired by HPR’s Cocktail Showdown? Would you like to learn to make cocktails? Now you can, tutored by award-winning experts at the Boiler Room Mixology Laboratory. Learn about different spirits and try your hand at making a cocktail yourself. Two mixologists host the class of 12, and the $30 registration fee includes four handcrafted cocktails plus appetizers. Downstairs in the historic Loretta building, the…
Saturday, May 28, 9am-5pm
Ft Abercrombie, Abercrombie ND
Fort Abercrombie, founded in 1857, the original gateway to what would become North Dakota: Civil War reenactment, this year including guides with golf carts, who give tours and answer questions. And why not have lunch at the excellent Fort Saloon & Mess Hall? (701) 553-8513
Friday, May 27, 9:30pm-1:45am
The Aquarium (Dempsey’s Upstairs), 226 Broadway, Downtown Fargo
“Jordash: House/Techno; Guy Jean: Deep House/Dub Techno. We’re at it again, House ‘n Techno heads unite! Minimal lighting, solid dance floor, proper vibes.” $5/21+Friday
Friday, May 27, 12 noon - 11:59pm,
The Former Goodyear Tire, 401 Broadway N, Fargo
FREE ADMISSION, Original Art by over 30 artists! Demos, original art available, meet some of the artists and yap. See the work of Punchgut, Athena Funk, Todd Bratrud and many many more.
Tuesday, May 24, 6-9 p.m.
Rourke Museum, 219 Main Ave, Moorhead
On May 24, 1976, for the first time, California wines were tasted with the finest Bordeaux and Burgundies by eminent French critics. Now, 40 years later, this historic event is recreated by Crate & Compass, Luna Fargo, Small Lot MN, The Wine Company, Riedel Glassware, and You you you! Not just wine but goodies of all descriptions to savor.
by Brittney Goodman
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