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Calendar of Events March 31 - April 7

by John Strand | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) | News | March 31st, 2016

ONGOING

ART EXHIBITS

*The Clothesline Project Exhibition explores the experiences of individuals affected by sexual assault and violence. The exhibition will run from March 29 - April 7 with a discussion taking place on April 5 at 5 PM and a tour taking place on April 7 from 5 - 7:30 PM. This event is free and is taking place on the second floor of the Memorial Union in the Gallery at NDSU.

*The Great Winter Crow Show 2016 Group Exhibit, Spirit Room, 111 N. Broadway, Fargo, thru April 15

*Mackenzie Koube, The Loony Bin, Rourke Art Museum, 521 Main Ave., Moorhead,thru April 17

*Iceland, Photography by Lynn Fundingsland, Luna, 1545 S. University Dr., Fargo, thru April 30

*Manifestation by Laura Youngbird,an exhibit of her own work as a response to Manifest Destiny, 4th Floor Gallery, Hjemkomst Center Moorhead, thru April 3

*History of the Apron from the Apron’s Viewpoint, From fashion statement to advertising specialty, the utilitarian apron becomes art in this installation presented by A Woman's Perspective."Aprons Galore!" features vintage, modern and contemporary art aprons worn by men, women and children. Sponsored by Quilters' Guild of North Dakota. Hjemkomst Center, Moorhead, hcscconline.org, thru June 20

*The North Dakota Mural: James Rosenquist, Plains Art Museum, plainsart.org, ongoing

*Art on the Plains XII, Plains Art Museum’s signature juried exhibition for contemporary art in the region, presenting a survey of media and styles and identifying emerging and mature talent.Plains Art Museum, Fargo, 701.551.6100, plainsart.org, thru May 21

*40 Greatest Hits: Celebrating the Museum’s Permanent Collection, Plains Art Museum, plainsart.org, ongoing

*Bee in Flight, Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, ongoing

*S.P.A.C.E. Sculpture, Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, ongoing

*International Harvester Photographs, Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, ongoing

*The North Dakota Mural, James Rosenquist,Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, ongoing

*Emerging Visions, Plains Art Museum’s first juried exhibition for contemporary art by emerging Native American artists in the region, presenting a survey of media and styles. Artists include Joe Allen, Faron Blakely, Lise Erdrich, Morrissa Fanning, Falcon Gott, Karen Goulet, Carol Greywater, Charles Her Many Horses, Terri Hom, Hillary Kempenich, Denise Lajimodiere, Javier Lara-Ruiz, Brianna Linquist, Sarah McRae, Karen Savage Blue, Chholing Taha, Rory Wakemup, Jennifer White, Leah Yellowbird and Felix Youngbird.Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, thru May 22

*David Boggs and John Hanson: The Flyover, Plains Art Museum, Fargo, plainsart.org, thru June 13

*Barton’s Place, ND Museum of Art, Grand Forks, 701-777-4195, ndmoa.org, ongoing

*Jill Brody: Hidden in Plain Sight, ND Museum of Art, Grand Forks, 701-777-4195, ndmoa.org, ongoing

*Something Absurd: Armando Ramos, ND Museum of Art, Grand Forks, 701-777-4195, ndmoa.com, ongoing

*Hidden in Plain Sight, ND Museum of Art, Grand Forks, 701-777-4195, ndmoa.com

*Women of the Permanent Collection, Rourke Art Gallery, Mhd, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, ongoing

*Cultural Landscapes by Grace Clark,MSUM graduate’s eclectic collection of photography featuring the various characteristics of the United States.Rourke Art Gallery, Mhd, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, thru April 3

*Creative Corner: A Space for Kids, Rourke Art Gallery, Mhd, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, ongoing

*Transformations: The Art of the Mask, Rourke Art Gallery, Mhd, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, ongoing

*Permanent Collection, Rourke Art Gallery, Mhd, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, ongoing

*Blayze Buseth, Opening Reception,ClayLegacy Vessels & customized urns that “stand as monuments to the preservation and recognition of lives lived.” Rourke Art Museum, 521 Main, Moorhead, 218-236-8861, therourke.org, ongoing

*Kelly Thompson, New Paintings, solo exhibit by Grand Forks artist including his newest series of 50 acrylic paintings depicting the geometry of the precious dirt of the Red River Valley, Ecce Gallery, 216 Broadway N, eccegallery.com, thru April 5

*Timothy Ray Unseen Works, Prints and Collage, Ecce Gallery, 216 N. Broadway N, Fargo, eccegallery.com, thru April 17

ETC

*Radio Free Fargo KRFF 95.9 FM fund drive on crowdfunding site Patreon.com. By donating a monthly pledge of $5 or more, listeners can earn rewards from the station. Rewards include stickers, shirts and a pair of tickets to every KRFF event. Our Patreon pledge drive will continue thru March

*Recovery Drumline Self Help Group, ReGroup, Moorhead, 218-258-0555 for more info, Fridays, 6:30 PM ongoing

*Transgender Clothing Drive for all trans / gender, non-conforming folk who would like to find new clothes or donate old ones. Every Saturday at Pride Center, 1105 1st Ave. S, Fargo, 218-287-8034, 12 Noon - 4 PM

FILM

*45 Years, (R), A married couple preparing to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary receives shattering news that promises to forever change the course of their lives. Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org. Thursday, March 31, 5 & 7 PM

*Hail Caesar (R), George Clooney and Scarlett Johansson lead a star-studded cast in this new comedy from the Coen Brothers. In 1950’s Hollywood, a fixer struggles to keep the studio’s stars in line. Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org, Thursday, March 31, 4:15 PM

*Eye In The Sky, (R), In this edge-of-your-seat thriller, Helen Mirren stars as Col. Katherine Powell, commander of a top secret drone mission that escalates into an international dispute when a young girl enters the kill zone. Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org. Friday, 7 & 9 PM; Saturday, 12, 2:30, 4:45, 7 & 9:15 PM; Sunday, 12, 2:30, 4:45, & 7 PM; Monday, 4:45 PM; Tuesday - Thursday, 4:45 & 7 PM

*Hello, My Name is Doris, (R), Sally Field delivers another unforgettable performance in this hilarious and charming comedy. After a lifetime of being overlooked and ignored, a quirky woman finds her world turned upside down by a handsome (and much younger) new co-worker. Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org. Friday, 3 & 5 PM; Saturday, 1, 3, 5, 7:15 & 930 PM; Sunday, 1, 3 & 7:45 PM; Monday, Wednesday & Thursday, 5 & 7:15 PM; Tuesday, 4:30 PM

THURS::MARCH 31

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

*Infinite Me (Minneapolis Post Hardcore), w/ Unturned (Minneapolis Pop Punk), Too Fast for Frank (Fargo Pop Punk), Vote for Aaron (Fargo Pop Punk), The Weeping Covenant (Moorhead Indie Folk),The New Direction, 14 Roberts St. N., Fargo,newdirectionfargo.com, 6:30 PM, $8 cover, All Ages

::Anthony Chaput, Folk, Blues, Indie,Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead, 701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 7-9 PM, 21+

::Kathie Brekke, The 42nd St. Jazz Band, Basie's Restaurant, Fargo, 701-281-7105, 7 PM, 21+, no cover

::BDP,Hotel Donaldson, 101 Broadway, 701-478-8888, 8 PM, hoteldonaldson.com, No Cover, 21+

::October Road, Shotgun Sally’s, Fargo, 701-241-4386, shotgunsallys.com, 9 PM, 21+::Boomtown, The Windbreak, 3150 39th St. S., Fargo, 701-282-5507, thewindbreak.com, 9 PM, 21+

::Dan Christianson, Cork N Cleaver, Fargo, 701-237-6790, fargocork.com, 7 - 9 PM, No Cover, 21+

::Cherry Gun, Shooting Star Casino Mahnomen, starcasino.com, 7:30 PM, 21+

COMEDY

::Paul Hooper w/ Rio Hillman, Courtney’s Comedy Club, 600 30th Ave. S., Moorhead, 218-287-7100, courtneyscomedyclub.com, 8 PM, 18+

ETC

*Hep C and HIV Rapid Testing, Fargo-Moorhead Good Neighbor Project, 1208 Center Ave., Moorhead, 218-790-7707, 6 PM

EVENTS

*ND Republican Convention, Scheels Arena, Fargo, 701.364.3672, scheelsarena.com, 12 Noon through the day

OPEN MIC & JAM

::Open Mic, Dempsey’s Public House, 701-235-5913, Fargo, 10 PM 21+

ETC

::Fargo Dribble Meetup, Drekker Brewing Company, Fargo, 701-540-6808, drekkerbrewing.com, 7 PM, 21+

FILM

*Lunafest, Short films by, for and about women, Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org, 7:30 PM

THEATRE

*Rohina Malik performing “Unveiled”, award-winning playwright, actress and solo performance, Concordia College, Moorhead, Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre, 7 PM

FRI::APRIL 1

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::Mix Theory, Rick’s Bar, 2721 Main Ave, Fargo, 701- 232-8356, 9 PM, 21+

::Gina Powers Band Album Release Party, acoustic covers from ‘60s & ‘70s, Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 9 - 11 PM, 21+

::Source featuring Jordash and Noelle, The Aquarium, 226 N. Broadway, Fargo, 701-235-5913, $5 cover, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Poitin, Dempsey’s Public House, 701-235-5913, Fargo, dempseyspublichouse.com., 10 PM, 21+ ::Groovetones, Fargo VFW, 202 Broadway, 701.235.8243, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Emmett Bower, Exit 1 Lounge, Dakota Magic Casino, Hankinson, 701.634.3040, dakotamagic.com, 9 PM, 21+

::Dirty Word, The Windbreak, 3150 39th St. S., Fargo, 701-282-5507, thewindbreak.com, 9 PM, 21+

::October Road, Shotgun Sally’s, Fargo, 701-241-4386, shotgunsallys.com, 9 PM, 21+::????, Speck’s Bar, 2611 Main Ave., Fargo, 701.232.0202, 9 PM, 21+

*Anomic, acoustic, Kitchen Gremlin, 402 N. Broadway, kitchengremlin, com, Free Admission, 701-639-7192, 9 PM - Midnight, All Ages

::Wilson Bradley Band, M&J Brand Saloon, 817 Main Ave., West Fargo, 701-282-3059, 9 PM, +21

::Cherry Gun, Shooting Star Casino Mahnomen, starcasino.com, 7:30 PM, 21+

::Portland Junction, Spirits Lounge, Holiday Inn Fargo, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Ciro, Acoustic Rock,Drekker Brewing Company, Fargo, 701-540-6808, drekkerbrewing.com, 8 PM, 21+

COMEDY

::Paul Hooper w/ Rio Hillman, Courtney’s Comedy Club, 600 30th Ave. S., Moorhead, 218-287-7100, courtneyscomedyclub.com, 8 PM & 10:30 PM, 21+

::Andrew Sleighter w/ Chris Maddock,Level 2 Comedy Club, Downtown Radisson, 201 N. 5th St., Fargo, 701-200-4525, $15 Tickets, 7 & 9:30 PM, 21+

CONCERTS

*Greg Brown, Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, jadepresents.com, 8 PM, All Ages

::Skid Row, Shooting Star Casino Event Center, Mahnomen, starcasino.com, 8 PM, 21+

ETC

*Rock-n-Bowl, The Bowler, 2630 University Dr. S., Fargo, 701-293-0200, 9 PM - Close, All Ages

EVENTS

*ND Republican Convention, Scheels Arena, Fargo, 701.364.3672, scheelsarena.com, 12 Noon through the day

*Fargo Air Museum’s Annual Celebrity Dinner & Auction featuring display of four rare P-51 Mustangs, fargoairmuseum, com, 5 PM

SPORTS

*PRCA Championship Rodeo, Fargodome, fargodome.com, 7:30 PM

SAT::APRIL 2

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::Mix Theory, Rick’s Bar, 2721 Main Ave, Fargo, 701- 232-8356, 9 PM, 21+

::The Human Element, Dempsey’s Public House, 701-235-5913, Fargo, dempseyspublichouse.com., 10 PM, 21+ ::EXMAG, Nestor Tavern, Fargo, 1001 NP Ave., 701.232.2485, 9 PM, 21+

::Pat Lenertz Band, Sidestreet Grille & Pub, 404 4th Ave. N., Fargo, 9:30 PM., 21+

::Warren Christianson, Acoustic,Drekker Brewing Company, Fargo, 701-540-6808, drekkerbrewing.com, 8 PM, 21+

::Groovetones, Fargo VFW, 202 Broadway, 701.235.8243, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Sarah Neufeld of Arcade Fire w/ Eartheater, The Aquarium, 226 N. Broadway, Fargo, 701-235-5913, 9 PM, 21+

::Chris Ellingson & Samantha Bennefeld from “Sex Knuckle”, Acoustic Rock, Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 9 - 11 PM, 21+

::Wilson Bradley Band, M&J Brand Saloon, 817 Main Ave., West Fargo, 701-282-3059, 9 PM, +21

::Ed Huttlin, piano,Basie's Restaurant, Fargo, 701-281-7105, 7-9:30 PM, 21+, no cover

::Jacked Up, Shotgun Sally’s, Fargo, 701-241-4386, shotgunsallys.com, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Portland Junction, Spirits Lounge, Holiday Inn Fargo, 9:30 PM, 21+

::Old Voltage and Dust & Bones, The Windbreak, 3150 39th St. S., Fargo, 701-282-5507, thewindbreak.com, 9 PM, 21+

::Emmett Bower, Exit 1 Lounge, Dakota Magic Casino, Hankinson, 701.634.3040, dakotamagic.com, 9 PM, 21+

::Cherry Gun, Shooting Star Casino Mahnomen, starcasino.com, 7:30 PM, 21+

COMEDY

::Paul Hooper w/ Rio Hillman, Courtney’s Comedy Club, 600 30th Ave. S., Moorhead, 218-287-7100, courtneyscomedyclub.com, 8 PM & 10:30 PM, 21+

::Andrew Sleighter w/ Chris Maddock,Level 2 Comedy Club, Downtown Radisson, 201 N. 5th St., Fargo, 701-200-4525, $15 Tickets, 7 & 9:30 PM, 21+

CONCERTS

*G-Easy w/ Nef the Pharaoh, Marty Grimes & Daghe (SOLD OUT), Fargo Civic Center, 207 4th St. N., jadepresents.com, 7:30 PM, All Ages

ETC

*Rock-n-Bowl, The Bowler, 2630 University Dr. S., Fargo, 701-293-0200, 9 PM - Close, All Ages

::Drag Bingo, featuring Kelly Coxsyn Mony. pridecollectiive.com, 9 PM, 21+

EVENTS

*27th Annual Woodlands and High Plains Traditional Powwow, NDSU, 1401 Administration Avenue, Fargo, Doors at 12 Noon; Grand Entries 1 & 7 PM; featuring hand game tournament, Switch-a-Roo Dance, Grass Dance; $3 for Elders (Ages 55+), $3 Youth (Ages 6-18), $5 for Adults (Ages 19-54), Free for WHPP (Concordia, M State, MSUM, NDSU) College Students with ID

*Makers Market, Red Raven Espresso Parlor, Fargo, 4 PM

*ND Republican Convention, Scheels Arena, Fargo, 701.364.3672, scheelsarena.com, 12 Noon through the day

OPEN MIC AND JAMS

::The Measures Band hosts open mice and jam session, Harwood American Legion, (701) 282 9400, 4-7PM, 21+ ID required

SPORTS

*PRCA Championship Rodeo, Fargodome, fargodome.com, 7:30 PM

SUN::APRIL 3

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::The Sword w/ Royal Thunder, The Aquarium, 226 N. Broadway, Fargo, 701-235-5913, 9 PM, 21+

::Beer & Hymns music and singing featuring The Cropdusters, Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead, 701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 7-9 PM, 21+

::Butter’s Toast and Jam Band, The Windbreak, 3150 39th St. S., Fargo, 701-282-5507, thewindbreak.com, 9 PM, 21+

::Live Karaoke w/ The Big Beat Band, Shotgun Sally’s, Fargo, 701-241-4386, shotgunsallys.com., 9:30 PM, 21+

CONCERTS

*Sounds of Downtown Abbey, Assistant Concertmaster Sonja Harasim and FMSO string musicians present a sumptuous feast of Downton Abbey-inspired, enticingly romantic and lyrical British chamber music by Clarke, Bridge and Elgar that gives new meaning to “Masterpiece Theatre.” First Presbyterian Church, fmsymphony.com, Tickets: $12 Adult, $10 Senior, $6 Student, 2 PM

EVENTS

*Open Sundays, Downtown Fargo, downtownfargo.com see site for details

*ND Republican Convention, Scheels Arena, Fargo, 701.364.3672, scheelsarena.com, 12 Noon through the day

MON::APRIL 4

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::Solvei Stenslie, Indie Folk, Junkyard Brewing Company, Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 7 - 9 PM, 21+

ETC

*The Art of Design presentation by Chad Hagen, MSUM Center for Business, Room 111, 2 PM

FILM

*Men at Lunch, The Untold Story of a City’s Legend (2013), Art Film Series, Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway, fargotheatre.org, Admission $5, 7 PM

TUES::APRIL 5

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::The Cropdusters, Acoustic Grooves, Folk & Blues, Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 7-9 PM, 21+

COMEDY

*Open Mic Comedy, Red Raven Espresso Parlor, Fargo, redravenespressoparlor.com, 701-478-7337, 8 PM

CONCERTS

*The American Spiritual Ensemble, Classical MPR will bring the renowned vocal group brought by Classical MPR, inconcert with Concordia College, Memorial Auditorium, Concordia College, Moorhead, concordiatickets.com, 8 PM

ETC

*Jeff Bozovsky reads excerpts about the Red River Valley Baseball League from his book, “Divorcees, Barmaids and Cranks,” Hjemkomst Center, 202 First Ave. N, Moorhead, 5:30 PM

WED::APRIL 6

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::Tom Peckskamp, Folk, Blues & Acoustic Rock,Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com., 7 - 9 PM, 21+

OPEN MIC & JAM

::Rhombus Guys Open Mic, 606 Main Ave, Fargo, 701-540-4534, 10 PM,21+

::Garage Bar Open Mic,3108 9th St S, Moorhead, 218-287-0100, 8 PM

THURS::APRIL 7

BANDS & LIVE MUSIC

::Chris Ellingson & Samantha Bennefeld from “Sex Knuckle”, Acoustic Rock, Junkyard Brewing Company, 1416 1st Ave. N., Moorhead,701-936-5545, junkyardbeer.com, 9 - 11 PM, 21+

::Kathie Brekke, The 42nd St. Jazz Band, Basie's Restaurant, Fargo, 701-281-7105, 7 PM, 21+, no cover

::Dead Horses,Hotel Donaldson, 101 Broadway, 701-478-8888, hoteldonaldson.com, No Cover, 8 PM, 21+

::Woofers, Shotgun Sally’s, Fargo, 701-241-4386, shotgunsallys.com, 9 PM, 21+::Andy Calhoun, The Windbreak, 3150 39th St. S., Fargo, 701-282-5507, thewindbreak.com, 9 PM, 21+

::John Moorman, Cork N Cleaver, Fargo, 701-237-6790, fargocork.com, 7 - 9 PM, No Cover, 21+

COMEDY

::Mike James w/ Mary Berger, Courtney’s Comedy Club, 600 30th Ave. S., Moorhead, 218-287-7100, courtneyscomedyclub.com, 8 PM, 18+

CONCERTS

*Rocky Volato Living Room Show, Sawdust and Shavings, tickets available at undertowtickets.com, 8 PM

ETC

::Unpillage THORSday to benefit UNSEEN, Drekker Brewing Company, Fargo, 701-540-6808, drekkerbrewing.com, 4-10 PM, 21+

FILM

*Grindflicks Movie Night at the Aquarium w/ feature presentation: RIKI-OH, the story of Ricky, The Aquarium, Fargo, (BYOC-Bring Your Own Chair) $7 Cover, 8 PM, 21+

OPEN MIC & JAM

::Open Mic, Dempsey’s Public House, 701-235-5913, Fargo, 10 PM 21+

*Outlet Open Mic Poetry, Red Raven Espresso Parlor, Fargo, redravenespressoparlor.com, 7 PM

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