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Best Bets: June 4 to June 11

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Ribfest

June 3 to June 6, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

Fargodome parking lot, 1800 University Dr N 

Barbecue lovers, meat lovers, cornbread lovers, beer lovers and deep-fried oreo lovers unite! Happy Harry’s Ribfest will feature some of the best BBQ ribs in the country. Also be sure to check out ‘90s pop/rock bands Gin Blossoms, Fastball and The Rembrandts on Thursday night, country star Phil Vassar on Friday night, and hard rockers Jackyl with LA Guns and Jack Russell’s Great White on Saturday night. Admission is just $5 per day, excluding lunch time on Thursday and Friday.

FM Restaurant Week

June 4 to June 13

Various Locations

Luna Fargo, Maxwells, Monte’s, Wasabi, The Boiler Room, The Toasted Frog and plenty more local eateries are participating in Restaurant Week. No need to make reservations. The participating restaurants will have special discounted 2-course and/or 3-course menu options for any customer to try. For more info visit www.fmrestaurantweek.com.

Eagles

Fri, June 5, 8 p.m.

Alerus Center, Grand Forks, ND

Legendary American rock band The Eagles will perform in Grand Forks (located 70 miles north of Fargo). The highly decorated group has sold millions of records and is known for hit singles such as “Hotel California,” "Take It Easy," "Witchy Woman" and "Peaceful Easy Feeling." Venue doors open at 6:30 p.m. For ticketing information visit www.aleruscenter.com.

Classical Music Festival

Sun, June 7, 1 to 6 p.m.

Rheault Farm, 2902 25th Street 

SMPR’s Steve Staruch will emcee Fargo Park District’s Classical Music Festival this Sunday. FM Symphony, FM Kicks Big Band, FM Chamber Chorale, Lake Agassiz Concert Band and Penny and Pals will perform. Other activities include an instrument petting zoo, a listening contest and musical carpet squares. For more info on this free event, visit www.fargoparks.com.

RiverArts: family fun in the park

Tues, June 9, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Memorial Park, 210 8 St N, Moorhead

The City of Moorhead’s RiverArts gathering is a great family friendly opportunity to enjoy some fresh air, live music, food, arts, crafts, horse drawn carriage rides and other activities. RiverArts will take place every other Tuesday throughout summer. This first Tuesday will feature a petting zoo and a performance by local band 8th Hour. Visit www.moorheadparks.com for more info.

Others grand opening celebration

Thurs, June 11, 5 to 9 p.m.

18 Eighth St. S, Fargo

The “double giveback” store, Others, is relocating to Eighth Street. This retail boutique partners with socially responsible brands that donate profit or services to worthy causes.

The grand opening will include live music, art, a community photo booth, treats and more. Ribbon cutting takes place at 5 p.m. For more info about others, visit www.othersshop.com.

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