On Friday, May 13, Dakota Cactus will celebrate the grand opening of its new art gallery and gift shop by inviting local businesses, clients, colleagues, and friends to attend it's celebration party. Join us from 4 to 7 pm (MT) for refreshments as we unveil our new home and show off a bit of our work. Along with the extended hours, the store will offer 20% off its line of handcrafted soap and beauty supplies. Area artist Jessica Magnuson will be giving a painting demonstration. Owner and artist Danielle Stuckle will be available to talk about the work on display.
Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present the first annual "DSL Awards Gala" on Tuesday, May 24th at 7:00pm. The event will be held at Dakota Stage, located at 412 E Main Ave., and is free and open to the public.
Fargo - Outstanding leaders in North Dakota's tourism industry were recognized today at the 2011 North Dakota Travel Conference in Fargo. First Lady Betsy Dalrymple and Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman awarded seven Governor's Travel and Tourism awards.
Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present FOREVER PLAID, the delightful and magical musical that demonstrates the dulcet tones of a melodic male quartet. Starring "original plaids" Vance Krebs, J'Patrick Fahn and Kerry Carpenter, welcoming newcomer Tim Johnson and featuring the accomplished accompaniment of Ms. Joan Backes, Deb Carpenter's production of FOREVER PLAID will be a thrilling throw back to the great sweet, swinging sounds of the 50's.
Northern Plains Dance is presenting Snow White Friday, May 20 at 7:30 pm, and Saturday, May 21 at 2:30 pm at the Belle Mehus Auditorium. Snow White is the third and final production of NPD's 2010-2011 season.
NDSU University News- MU Gallery
*You Can Never Say Too Many Thank Yous*
Fargo, N.D., (April 20, 2011)-Maren Shallman's Baccalaureate show titled You Can Never Say Too Many Thank Yous, will be up at the North Dakota State University Memorial Union Art Gallery April 27 through May 7. An artist's reception will be held on Saturday, April 30, form 4-6 p.m.
Shallman, a Grand Forks native, is a senior attending NDSU for a bachelor of Fine Arts. She is emphasizing in both printmaking and ceramics and plans to graduate this May.
A delegation of North Dakota travel and tourism officials represented the state recently at a key industry event in Philadelphia, Penn., that connected leading bus tour operators with representatives from travel destinations. The American Bus Association (ABA) Marketplace attracted more than 3,400 attendees for the five-day conference.
North Dakota had three representatives at the event: Deanne Felchle, North Dakota Tourism Division; Stephanie Leach, Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau; and Dana Todd, Choice Hotels, Minot.
Just because winter has settled in doesn't mean you have to do the same. Break the chains of winter and see what fun can be had in North Dakota. Our abundance of snow is perfect for sledding or your favorite outdoor winter activity. Retreat indoors by catching a flick at one of North Dakota's small town theaters and snuggle up with your sweetie on Valentine's Day while discovering foods and locations that are uniquely North Dakota.
The 2011 Dakota Memories Heritage Tour is scheduled for Sept. 15-18. The tour will focus on German-Russian sites in south-central North Dakota and provide participants with direct cultural heritage and learning experiences.