March Culture and Sport Madness in North Dakota

March is a great time to visit North Dakota for sports enthusiasts and art lovers alike. High school basketball tournaments kick-start the month and the NCAA DI West Regional Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament rounds it out. Outdoor enthusiasts can gear up for spring at the Red River Valley Sportsmen’s Show and makers will find inspiration at art-centered happy hours or craft fairs. Options for culture lovers range from Fargo’s famed Film Festival to a food and wine retreat, and from opera to the circus.

Nominations sought for the 2017 North Dakota Governor’s Awards for Travel and Tourism

Governor Doug Burgum’s office, North Dakota Tourism and The Destination Marketing Association of North Dakota (DMAND) are pleased to announce nominations are now being sought for the 2017 North Dakota Governor's Awards for Travel and Tourism. The awards will be presented during the North Dakota Travel Conference, to be held April 17-19 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck.                              

Wake Your Winter Wanderlust

BISMARCK, ND – This winter has brought record snowfalls to North Dakota so there’s no better time than now to wake that wanderlust and enjoy the season’s wonderland. From snowshoeing to Nordic skiing to sleigh rides, there’s an activity for everyone. Assemble your crew, head out the door and find all there is to love about North Dakota in February. Contact North Dakota Tourism for additional ideas at www.ndtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.

Wander North Dakota's Winter Wonderland

For a short month, February in North Dakota is chock full of fun things to do. Across this northern state, people are celebrating winter’s chill, whether they are outside or in. So, go ahead and join in that game of pond hockey, cross-country ski beautiful and snow-covered state parks, visit an exhibit or learn a new craft. Whatever you are into, there is no shortage of activities this February in North Dakota. For details on these or other events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.

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