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  1. Kayakers and Canoers are wanted for Race the Red on Monday, June 11th! All skill levels welcome. Choose your distance from 1.5, 3.5, or 6 miles. Participants will paddle up river to a designated turnaround point, grab a prize, and return down river to the finish. All races begin and end at the south boat ramp at Dike East (100 2nd Street S in Fargo). The first half of each race is upstream. Entry fee: $15/person if pre-registered; $25 fee if registration not received by 5:00pm on June 7. Canoe/kayak rental available for $15. Pre-registration is encouraged.  Winner of a 11.5 Perception Swifty kayak will be drawn from all registered participants. Must be actually participating to win. Register online at: http://www.riverkeepers.org/projects-activities/race-the-red.

  2. Audubon Summer Fest
    Audubon MN 38 miles East of Fargo/Moorhead on Hwy 10
    June 29, 2018 6:30pm Junior Miss Summer Fest
    June 30, 2018 Family events throughout the day and a Street Dance featuring the Fat Cats at 8pm
    Rib & Side Dish contest, Outdoor Vendor/Craft Fair, Silent Auction, Bicycle Helmet give away for kids, Parade, Show & Shine Car Show, Kids Pedal Pull, Family Activity Zone, B.C. 4-H Dog Project Bake Sale & Display, Petting Zoo, Bounce Land, Magician Show and Street Dance featuring the Fat Cats at 8pm

  3. The Michael Finney & Friends show headlines a fabulous evening planned at the Sanctuary Events Center in downtown Fargo, Sunday, June 24th at 7pm.

    Nationally known magician and comedian Michael Finney headlines the main stage for an evening of magical entertainment. Joining Michael will be Stephen Bargatze, another national and internationally recognized magician. Regional magician Nick Bretz will also take the stage while the former voice of the Minnesota Golden Gopher basketball team and funny man Dick Jonckowski emcees the event.

    A meal and show ticket is $40. A show-only ticket is $25. This event is part of the Roger Maris Celebrity Golf Tournament and proceeds go to the Roger Maris Cancer Center, Hospice of the Red River Valley, and Shanley High School.

    For more information and to purchase tickets, go to https://rogermarisgolf.com/finney/.

  4. Nichole’s Fine Pastry is pleased to present an exhibit of works by artist Anna R. Johnson, now through August 4, 2018.

    What: Bridging Worlds – Anna R. Johnson
    Where: Nichole’s Fine Pastry, 13 8th St S, Fargo, ND 58103
    When: Tuesday – Saturday, regular business hours

    Johnson seeks to bridge the gap between the world she lives in and the culture she came from. Using imagery that comes directly from her Chippewa culture, Johnson incorporates many different totem animals and traditional designs. She works with a variety of media but concentrates on drawing and printmaking.

    An enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain band of Chippewa Indians, Johnson is originally from Bismarck and now lives in Fargo. A recent recipient of an individual artist grant from The Arts Partnership, her work can be found in private and institutional collections throughout the region.

  5. Title of Exhibit(s): “What’s it all about, Alvie? — Part II” by Susan Morrissey

    Where and When: Spirit Room Galleries
    Exhibit: August 27th –October 6th, Gallery I
    Gallery Hours: 1:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday
    Reception: Friday, September 7th at 5:00 p.m.
    Gallery Talks: 5:30 p.m.

    What: Please join us at the Spirit Room in Gallery I for the exhibition of Susan Morrissey’s “What’s it all about, Alvie? — Part II,” a unique, illustrative exploration of self through sculpture, painting, mixed media, print, and graphite works.

    Morrissey says, “I’m one of who those who find answers in the tracings, usually about myself. I figure once I know myself fully, I’ll have a better handle on the rest of creation.”

    “What’s it all about, Alvie? — Part II” is made possible through funding in part by North Dakota Council on the Arts and the Arts Partnership.

  6. “Community Lecture: Only Religion Can Bring Peace and Harmony” by Swami Ishatmananda

    Where and When: Spirit Room Galleries
    Event: October 9th – Lotus Studio
    Time: 6:30– 7:45p.m.

    What: Please join us at the Spirit Room in the Lotus Studio for the community lecture, “Only Religion Can Bring Peace and Harmony,” led by Swami Ishatmananda, President of Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago.

    This lecture will be focused on Vedanta, one of the world’s most ancient spiritual philosophies and one of its broadest, based on the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of India. It is the philosophical foundation of Hinduism; but while Hinduism includes aspects of Indian culture, Vedanta is universal in its application and is equally relevant to all countries, all cultures, and all religious backgrounds.
    Swami Ishatmananda, a monk of the Ramakrishna Mission, got associated with the holy order at the Ramakrishna Mission, Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India. The 10th President of the Order, Srimat Swami Vireshwaranandaji Maharaj, blessed him by initiation
    and he was bestowed with Sanyasa in 1986 by Srimat Swami Gambhiranandaji Maharaj.

    Who: Open to the public
    Cost: Free
    Contact Us: fargospiritroom@gmail.com

  7. North Dakota State University Head Baseball Coach Tod Brown will host Winter Baseball Camps on Sunday, January 20, 27, and February 3, 2019 in the Dacotah Field Bubble on the campus of NDSU.

    Registration and more information online at GoBison.com then click baseball and camps or email Jeffrey.ditch@ndsu.edu

    Hitting Camp
    Sunday, January 20
    12:00 – 4:00
    Grades 7 – 12

    Pitching & Catching Camp
    Sunday, January 27
    12:00 – 4:00
    Grades 7 – 12

    Youth Camp
    Sunday, February 3
    12:00 – 3:00
    Grades K – 6

  8. Mr Kingsmen Love or Lust Drag Show
    At the Downtown Venue, above Sidestreet.
    Feb 8th.
    $10 cover
    Doors open at 8
    Show starts at 9

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