What’s New this New Year in North Dakota?

While the new year is a time of reflection, it’s also a time to look forward and consider all that lies ahead. North Dakotans know there are many exciting and fun ways to get inspired in the new year in their state. Whether you’re looking for a new hobby, a new destination, new experiences or a new cause, January is a great time to celebrate what’s cool – and what’s new – in North Dakota

Frosty Fun Abounds in North Dakota this January

It may be chilly out, but that doesn’t stop hearty North Dakotans from celebrating this wintry time of year. From cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, to live music and snow kickball, there is something for everyone to do, see or hear this January in North Dakota. So get in the spirit and join in the frosty fun. To find more information about events in North Dakota in January, or for a complete list of activities, go to NDtourism.com; 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525. 

Too Cool to Miss in North Dakota: Time-honored Cuisine, Shopping Local and the Makers Movement

It’s that joyous time of year and while cooling temperatures may call for mittens and a hat, there are many festivities across North Dakota that are simply too cool to miss. Attend a ballet or theater production and cap your night with a chest-warming beverage or a piece of kuchen at a local watering hole or restaurant. Check off that holiday list while shopping at an eclectic boutique, or attend a workshop and make your own gifts. Santa is out and about this season and you can find him everywhere from the zoo to the air museum.

This December, Celebrate the Season North Dakota Style

North Dakotans are in the holiday mood and revelers all across the state are celebrating in different ways. From shopping for handmade wares at the Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase to enjoying a performance of “The Nutcracker” by the Northern Plains Dance Company or Lori Line’s “Christmas in the City Tour.” Need to get that wish list to Santa Claus? He – along with Mrs. Claus – can be found at festivities all across the state this December. For more events, visit NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525

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