Tuesday, February 4, 9pm-howling
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Who’s ready for a folk punk jamboree? Dance your pants off and send Seriously Hot Shit and the Windsor Diets off in style. Talent includes, Seriously Hot Shit, Windsor Diets, Pretty Kitty, Michael Strike and the Goddamn Band, Straight Line Arrival, and Summer Teeth.
Monday February 3, 6pm
Junkyard Brewing Co, Moorhead
History On Tap is a collaboration between Junkyard Brewing Co. and the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County that aims to provide fun and entertaining presentations on prohibition and the culture of booze in this area.
Saturday, February 1, 8- 11 am
Scoop n’ Dough Candy Co, 206 Roberts Alley, Fargo
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not start out your day with waffle or donut sundaes, cereal milkshakes, orange juice floats, and more. Enjoy a free cup of coffee with any breakfast purchase.
Saturday, February 1, 10- 11 am
Fargo Public Library, 102 3rd St N, Fargo
Nature of the North and the Fargo Public Library have put together a workshop to share camping ideas and teach winter survival skills. These guys know how to make winter safety COOL! Make a survival kit, complete with snacks and a craft to start your winter adventure off right. This event is most appropriate for families with children ages 5 and up.
Friday, January 31, 6:30- 8 pm
Rourke Art Gallery + Museum, 521 Main Ave, Moorhead
The first ever group exhibition of jewelers at The Rourke with special guest curator Lexie Rundquist of Aerow. Lexie is a self-taught studio artist working predominantly with copper and gemstones, who specializes in electroformed jewelry.
Thursday, January 30, 7- 10 pm
The Fargo Theatre, 314 N Broadway, Fargo
Kevin Smith is coming to town to show his latest and greatest motion picture, “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.” Followed by a Q&A. Can you believe Jay and Silent Bob hit the silver screen 25 years ago in “Clerks?” Neither can we. See you there!
Monday, January 27, 4:15- 6:15 pm
Plains Art Museum, 704 1st Ave N, Fargo
Who doesn’t love a handmade gift? Make a one of a kind card by using calligraphy and watercolor.
Monday, January 27, 5- 8 pm
Junkyard Brewing Co, 1416 1st Ave N, Moorhead
La Unica pulls double duty as both Mexican Market and purveyors of fantastic Tex-Mex fare. Be sure to come hungry, this is an event you won’t want to miss!
Sunday, January 26, 12- 3:30 pm
Wildflower Grove Park, 9 Lower Terrace N, Fargo
The B-B-BRRR (Border Battle Bike Race on the Red River) Winter Classic is a one of a kind bike race, embracing the frosty winter season and celebrating our love of biking. The 10K course takes riders of all abilities through a variety of terrain; pedaling across bike paths, prairie tundra and the frozen Red River of the North. Register asap: https://www.greatridesfargo.org/
Thursday, January 23, 6-9 pm
Century Theater at NDSU’s Memorial Union
Independent events created to empower and engage individuals to discuss and learn about what it means to organize and influence positive changes in their communities. These events include film, performance and visual art to inform, educate and inspire!
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