Thursday, February 6, 6-8 pm
Front Street Taproom, 614 Main Ave, Fargo
The ND Hemp Association is committed to lending education and advocacy to propel the hemp economy for the state, serving as a medium of resources, news, advocacy opportunities and participating in the media. Want to hear more? The you won’t want to miss this. Pizza and Hemp/CBD samples available to attendees.
Visitwww.hempnd.org for more information.
Saturday, January 18, 5 pm- 12 am
Pixeled Brewing Company, 1100 NP Ave, Fargo
Can you believe Pixeled is already celebrating a two year anniversary? A little bird told us they’ve leveled up their games, have eight beers on tap and added a new Pixeled Happy Hour, which will be a daily occurence from 5-8 pm, but this isn’t just any ol’ happy hour. Patrons receive five free plays with each beer purchase. While you're there ask about their new league nights and upcoming tournaments.
January 17-18, 5-close
Red Raven Espresso Parlor, 916 Main Ave, Fargo
It may not be the island escape you’ve been looking for but we guarantee it’s the next best thing. Featuring regional acts you won't want to miss. Shrug, Baltic to Boardwalk, Lutheran Heat, Holler House, Disappear Forever, Walker Rider and more!
Friday, January 17, 8 pm- 1 am
Sidestreet Grille & Pub, 404 4th Ave N
Drag Kings and Queens to grace the stage at Sidestreet, with performances by:
Landon McKock, B.J. Armani, LiquoRite Hipster, Robyn Spotlight, Alandra Matthews, Asher Alexander, and Tequila Mockingbird.
Friday, January 17, 9pm
The Aquarium, 226 N Broadway, Fargo
Support KRFF and get ready to rock with Minneapolis based “Doom Merchants” Witchden, Sioux Falls sludge Green Altar, local black metal heroes of the tundra Demifiend, and Fargo’s finest stoner rock legends El Supremo.
Sunday, December 29, 7-11 pm
Sanctuary Events Center, 670 4th Ave N, Fargo
JWP incorporates musical ingredients, filled with vibrant acoustic-electronic riffs, coupled with a delicate splash of roots-reggae and socially conscious lyricism. Over the years, the band has developed a sort of “Deadhead” Midwest following, as a proven mainstay in the ever-evolving music and festival scene.
Monday, December 30, 1:30-3:30 pm
Downtown Yoga Fargo, 216 Broadway, Fargo
Explore animal poses, dance and freeze in poses, develop logical thinking with puzzles and play yoga BINGO! Learn physical poses and calm yourselves with your breath and learn positive words of affirmation. This 2 hour workshop is for kids ages 6-12.
Friday, December 27, 8-11 pm
Spirit Room 111 N Broadway, Fargo
Celebrate the season with dancing! The event starts out at 8pm with a quick salsa lesson and the social starts at 9:15. No partner? No problem!
Dress Code: Ugly sweater
Thursday, December 23-26, 9 am-9 pm
Fargo Public Library, 102 3rd St. N, Fargo
The exhibit features photos and stories and celebrates the contributions of German-Russian women on farms and in the rural communities of Emmons, Logan and McIntosh Counties in south-central North Dakota.
Wednesday, December 25, 9pm-howling
Harold’s on Main, 1330 Main Ave. Moorhead
If you weren’t already in the holiday spirit Harold’s has a state-of-the-art karaoke system with over 35,000 songs to choose from. “Haraoke” will be a new weekly party from your friends at Harold’s.
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