Saturday, February 3, 1pm
Downtown Fargo District, within walking distance
One-of-a-kind experience: tour businesses, restaurants and lounges to sample what each of them has to offer! Many unique tastes right in Downtown Fargo that you will never know about until this event! $27, 21+, Tickets at Eventbrite, proceeds to local charities.
Saturday, February 3, 10am-5pm
MSUM Planetarium, 700 11th St S, Moorhead
Featuring One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure, playing every 45 minutes. Meet Sid the Science Kid. Drawings for prizes throughout the day. Lots of demos and activities for the whole family! FREE admission, tix on the day. Thanks, Moore Engineering!
Friday, February 2, 7pm
Sanctuary Events Center, 670 4th Ave N
Celebrate the music and legacy of the late artist through live renditions played by Fargo-Moorhead musicians. Pat Lenertz, Wicked Bees, Human Element, XPLOR, Stovepipes perform selections from Petty’s songbook, spanning his 40-year career.
Friday, February 2, 9pm-12:30am
Radisson Hotel, 201 5th St N, Fargo
Dress in your best 80s attire and dance the night away to your favorite 80’s Classics! $10 Cover | Live DJ, cash bar | 21+. For the past 11 years, a group of dedicated volunteers has produced F-M Pride as a community celebration, as we move closer to full equality.
February 2, noon-9pm; Feb 3, 1:30-9pm
Grand Hotel, 1505 North Broadway, Minot ND
Oenophiles and growers shouldn’t miss this one. Eminent authorities discuss a wide selection of topics, such as emerging pests and high acidic winemaking in the Midwest, including our own Greg Cook (Saturday, 11:15am) and Lisa Cook (Saturday, 3:30pm).
Friday, January 26, 7pm
Avalon Events Center, 2525 9th Ave S
Celebrate the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Enjoy decadent desserts, silent and live auctions, and a cash bar. Benefits ND WIN Abortion Access Fund, assisting women seeking abortion and reproductive healthcare services in ND. 701-478-9600
Friday, January 26, 6pm
The Aquarium, 226 Broadway N upstairs
Brady Deboer has a heart condition and a stroke which has kept him in the hospital for months. Long recovery, cardiac rehab, speech therapy. Free food, silent auction, bake sale, donation jars. Area's best DJs, hosts Cassie C & Brian N. 701-235-5913
Wednesday, January 24, 6pm
Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway N
The very first showing of “Homegrown: From Farm to Fargo,” a half-hour documentary shot, written, edited and produced by mass communication and journalism students at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Free and open to the public. 701-239-8385
Tuesday, January 23, 6pm
First Congregational Church, 406 8th St S, Moorhead
What precinct caucuses are, how to participate, how to write, present, and advance resolutions. What happens at your county, senate district convention, congressional district, and state conventions, and how you can be a delegate. 320-269-2984.
Monday, January 22, 6:30pm
Junkyard Brewing Co., 1416 1st Ave N, Moorhead Unique pairings selected by Chef Ryan Nitschke from Luna Fargo and Aaron Juhnke of JBC. Four half-pint tulips of beer paired with meats from Luna, plus tasty little snacks and sauces. Ryan and Aaron discuss charcuterie. $20, 36 tickets only. 701-936-5545
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