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The APT Holiday Art Market

Support Local Art This Holiday Season At The APT Holiday Art Market

by Office Sign Companyon Nov 21, 2017
Reindeer paintings and foam core pine trees set the stage of the old MEPS building in Downtown Fargo, as APT: A Creative Incubator preps itself for the inaugural APT Holiday Art Market, opening Saturday, Nov. 25.

volunteer fargo dogs

7 Ways To Show Gratitude To Your Community

by Fargo Monthlyon Nov 13, 2017
Here are seven ways to show gratitude to the Fargo-Moorhead area, not just in November, but all year round.

Made In Fargo Monthly

NDSU students Austin Braham, Nathaniel Thoreson and Mukai Selekwa

3 NDSU Students Create Mobile App To Help Users Find Fargo Events

by Sam Herderon Nov 9, 2017
Austin Braham, Nathaniel Thoreson and Mukai Selekwa, who all graduated from Fargo Davies High School and currently attend North Dakota State, realized there’s a large problem in their city: there’s a lot to do, but not a lot of people know about these events or opportunities.

Caters Taters is RDO Equipment's charitable potato luncheon

10+ Local Events In November You Can’t Miss

by Samantha Starkon Nov 1, 2017
The holiday season is upon us. This means we bid farewell to the jack-o'-lanterns and start preparing for the feasts, blanket of snow and Christmas lights. With that comes holiday-themed theatrical performances and charity events, of which there are plenty.


Bonanzaville Ghost Tours and Paranormal Investigations

Event Preview: Exploring The Paranormal In Bonanzaville

by Sam Herderon Oct 5, 2017
This month, you can explore the paranormal activity that's been reported at Bonanzaville's historic structures. Register for a paranormal investigation and use special equipment to find activity in the haunted buildings, or take a ghost tour and hear spooky stories of how the hauntings came to be.

Acres of Terror

18 Local Events To Get Into The Halloween Spirit

by Samantha Starkon Sep 28, 2017
Get the most out of Halloween with an entire month filled with screams, horror and jack-o'-lantern. Take a peek (if you dare) at some of our spooky, and non-spooky, ideas.


TedxFargo 2017

Community Spotlight: It’s Time To Trust Fargo

by Greg Tehvenon Sep 25, 2017
Photos by J. Alan Paul Photography On Thursday, July 27, we hosted our 8th TEDxFargo event. On Wednesday, July 26, I had the most anxiety-filled day of my career. With nearly 2,000 folks heading to the event to hear the group of 24 speakers I had invited to speak the next day, I was filled […]

Tech Tailgate Fargo 2015

12 Local Tech Groups To Unite For Third Annual Tech Tailgate

by Samantha Starkon Sep 15, 2017
The third annual Tech Tailgate will be held in the ally behind Drekker Brewing Company on September 28 from 5:30 – 8 p.m.

Red River Market

Do It All Downtown: Does Downtown Fargo Have Everything You Need?

by Erica Rappon Sep 7, 2017
With the help of a dedicated group of downtown diehards and business owners, we took a look at how it’s possible to live your life in Downtown Fargo without ever really needing to leave. This list is meant to give you a little taste of what’s possible in Downtown Fargo beyond the boutiques and bars.

FM Ballet Unveiling Nimuué

Mystery In Motion: The Story Of An Ancient Woman As Told By The FM Ballet

by Ethan Mickelsonon Sep 5, 2017
This upcoming performance in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, is the story of an ancient woman as told by the FM Ballet. Matthew Gasper explains his interest in developing a ballet based on the story of an ancient skeleton unearthed between Pelican Rapids, Minnesota, and Detroit Lakes in the early 1930s.