Thursday, March 19, 4:30- 8 pm
1609 19th Ave N, Fargo
Cass County Soil Conservation District is hosting their annual Ladies’ Ag Night supper event. This event has a goal of bringing together multiple generations of women involved in rural and urban agriculture production and land management. Come for the social hour, supper, and entertainment.
Thursday, March 19, 6-7:30 pm
Plains Art Museum, 704 1st Ave N, Fargo
Panel discussion with Generation artists Maria Cristina Tavera, Gail Kendall, and Laura Youngbird, moderated by Professor Anna Arnar. The discussion will explore issues of gender, representation, and legacy.
Sunday, March 15, 3-7 pm
El Zagal Shrine, 1429 3rd St N, Fargo
Scotch is a local radio personality, artist and all around good citizen. He and his family need a little help. His lovely wife of 25 years, Tanya was diagnosed with GIST cancer and started taking a chemo pill last July, she’s experiencing a rare side effect and is now suffering from acute liver failure. Show some support and come for the hotdish feed. Stay for the live music, silent auction, bake sale, and live art.
Saturday, March 14, 11 am- 2 pm
One of Fargo’s favorite traditions. DOn’t forget your candy bags-- Slainte!
Friday, March 13, 9 pm - 12 am
Fargo VFW Club, 202 N Broadway, Fargo
Take in and google some of Fargo’s finest performers. Frisk E. Business, Michelleaneous, Hex LaVae, Ariel Ola, an extra special debut and maybe a few surprises TBA.
Tuesday, March 10, 8:30 pm- howlin’
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Kwaician Traylor, Brandon Laplante and Mikey D join forces to celebrate Mikey D’s birthday. Dust off your dancing shoes and iron your fancy pants and be sure to wish Mikey D a happy birthday1
Saturday, March 7,1 pm
NDSU Memorial Ballroom, Fargo
Doors open at 12 pm for sign making and opportunities to learn more about local organizations fighting the good fight. Speakers include: Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Task Force director and co-founder Asasawemin Ikwe (Amanda Vivier) on Indigenous rights, North Dakota House Representative Karla Rose Hanson on reproductive rights, Activist Rebel Marie on transgender rights, Author and North Dakota House candidate Laetitia Mizero…
Saturday, March 7, 9pm- howlin’
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Talk about a twofer--killer music and a Jordash birthday bash all rolled into one! Stay In Crew presents a special edition Lo-Fi house night. Kajunga record's Private Guy as a special guest, with supporting resident DJs Misterfox, Jordash, and Tabby.
March 6-7, 6:30 pm
The Cellar Comedy Club, 614 Main Ave, Fargo
Two nights of killer comedy acts so get ready to flex your funny bone at the cellar this weekend. Check out Randy Ankarlo, Comrade Tripp, and Nathan Fulsebakke. On Saturday catch Jeff Pfoser, Trish Cook, and Jenni Lou Russi.
Friday, March 6, 6:30- 8 pm
Rourke Art Gallery & Museum, 521 Main Ave, Moorhead
Mike Marth received his BFA in Printmaking at Northwest Missouri State University, and his MFA in Painting from Southern Illinois State University at Carbondale in 1991.This is an exhibition you won’t want to miss. See why his paintings and mixed media pieces have been celebrated throughout the region.
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