This Weekend In Downtown Fargo (Apr 20-21)

by Matt Hansen, Website and Social Media Intern Downtown Community Partnership Two great shows continue this weekend in Downtown Fargo.  Theatre B’s “God of Carnage” plays tonight (Saturday, April 20) at 7:30 p.m.  Also, at the same time tonight, the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre presents “Gypsy.” The play also runs Sunday.  Click here for ticket…
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This Weekend In Downtown Fargo (Apr 11-14)

by Matt Hansen, Website & Social Media Intern Downtown Community Partnership This weekend in Downtown Fargo starts early with several must-see events! THURSDAY (April 11) The Plains Art Museum hosts this month’s guided tour of the Warhol exhibit today at 5:30 p.m.  Stop by the museum for the approximately 1.5 hour, no-ticket-required tour.  If you…
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This Weekend In Downtown Fargo (Apr 5-7)

by Matt Hansen, Social Media Intern Downtown Community Partnership This is the perfect weekend to check out some of Fargo’s best art exhibits before they’re gone! At the Plains Art Museum, Warhol: Creating Myth and Icon is still happening.  This is a one of a kind exhibition with special curatorial partner Sundog, creating an interactive…
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Live Edge Furniture And A Live Comedian: This Weekend In Downtown Fargo (Mar 22-24)

by Matt Hansen, Social Media Intern Downtown Community Partnership Once again, it’s a weekend of two exhibit openings! The Rourke Museum opens the University of North Dakota’s fourth annual national juried photography exhibition featuring 23 artists at 5:30 p.m. today (March 22).  According to the Rourke, “the theme of memory and myth remains consistent each year.  Memory implies…
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What Is Your Favorite Downtown Fargo Coffee Shop?

by Matt Hansen, Social Media Intern Downtown Community Partnership We recently posed a question on our Facebook page: What is your favorite Downtown Fargo coffee shop?  With 50 comments, we can tell that people are passionate about their favorite coffee establishments.  Although Atomic Coffee garnered the most votes, there was still a very strong showing…
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