United Way of Cass-Clay, local donors, and the Great Plains Food Bank have stepped up to ensure our local kids have enough to eat during the summer time.
The Red River Market has returned for its third season! The market runs every Saturday from July 8 through October 28 at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Since we can’t do anything about the weather conditions we’re handed, a collaboration of community organizations came up with a way to embrace the frost and beat the winter doldrums: Frostival. It’s back this month for year two and if you missed out last year, you definitely don’t want to make that two years in a row.
We know that kids, and even adults, can get a little stir crazy staying inside when it's so cold out. Well, it's time to grab the kids and explore the Fargo-Moorhead area. Check out this guide to burn off the extra winter energy!
Until recently, escape rooms have typically catered to adults, but Fargo's first escape room for kids has recently hit the scene and is now ready for booking. We got a look behind the scenes at Escape Jr.'s setting and storyline during their beta testing.
Not settled with just giving to charities, Mitch Goldstein knew there had to be a better way of helping those in need. This surgeon by day, philanthropist by night is now working to build a nonprofit that is 100 percent self-sufficient. And he’s not just stopping in fargo. He has much larger ambitions.
Whether you're looking to carve pumpkins with your family or get your socks scared off, Fargo-Moorhead has a little bit of something for everyone.
Throughout the week of September 16-25, Fargo-Moorhead will join together to host events and activities as a part of National Welcoming Week.
This September, the March of Dimes North Dakota Market will be holding their annual Signature Chefs Auction and fundraising event with the help of event chairs Nick Killoran of Great North Insurance and his wife Michelle Killoran of SCHEELS.
Food trends, like fashion, come and go with the years. Sometimes they are good for you, like avocado toast, and sometimes their benefit is questionable (ahem, drinking raw eggs). One up-and-coming trend is the push for organic and local produce. With a rise in demand, there are now more options for buying locally grown produce at farmers markets. Many markets have been going since June, while others are just getting started this week. Take a look at our list of markets you can't but visit this summer.