As the last of the leaves drop and temperatures crisp, cities and towns all across North Dakota are celebrating the dwindling days of fall and looking forward to holiday festivities. Come celebrate the season, whether you’re sampling dishes at a hunters feed, holiday shopping at an art fair or getting some festive culture at a theater production. This November, North Dakota has something for everyone. For more events, visit NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525
BISMARCK, ND – Fall is in full swing in North Dakota, as evidenced by the active wildlife and crispness in the air. The transition from summer to autumn is all the more reason to get out and enjoy the bounties of the season. Hunting, hiking and mountain biking are just some of the ways to discover North Dakota’s north-central region. The area, which includes Minot, is loaded with historical sites and activities for travelers of all ages and all desires.
Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley today recognized the winning photographs and honorable mentions from the 12th annual North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest in a ceremony in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building.
Joining the lieutenant governor in the presentation were North Dakota Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman, North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) Executive Director Beth Gigante Klingenstein and AAA Senior Public Affairs Representative Gene LaDoucer.
Fall is in the air, and there are numerous ways to enjoy the season in North Dakota. Fill your cultural cup with local art, get in on the street food movement or sneak away for a few nights with your special someone. Whatever your mood – adventurous or laid back - this is the perfect time to Fall for North Dakota.
October in North Dakota brings a deluge of both indoor and outdoor activities. Dare to explore the spookiest fort on the prairie or enjoy a stroll with the locals at the Fargo Moorhead Studio Art Crawl. In this month with a full moon, you’re sure to find a thrilling adventure. For more events, visit NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.