North Dakota’s history is as rich as it is varied and November is an ideal time of year to celebrate some of that variety.
Harvest is wrapping up, the hockey season is beginning and the air is cool and crisp. These are all cues that winter – and the holiday season - is just around the corner in North Dakota. Communities are decorating, shop owners are creating festive storefronts and holiday enthusiasts are happily making lists of things to do, see and eat this November. For more events, visit NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525
BISMARCK, N.D. –- First Lady Betsy Dalrymple today recognized the winning photographs and honorable mentions from the 13th annual North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest in a ceremony in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building.
Fall may just be the prime season to enjoy North Dakota’s splendors. Autumn’s brisk weather is ideal for a day spent hiking through a state park or perusing an art festival. Anglers can troll for walleye while enjoying fall’s foliage on one of North Dakota’s many lakes. Haunted forts, colorful pumpkin patches and sprawling corn mazes involve visitors. Don’t let this festive season pass you by.