North Dakota is Blooming with Activities this April
As the temperatures heat up in North Dakota, the opportunities to get out of the house and try new activities begin to bloom. Whether for kids, adults or fun for the whole family, April is a great time to take advantage of the events indoors and out in a community near you. Find more information about these activities and a complete list of statewide events in April at NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
Fargo, April 3-4; Medora, April 4
The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm in Fargo will have eggs hunts, egg dying, crafts at a visit by the Easter Bunny; www.childrensmuseum-yunker.org/. Children in Medora can hunt for Easter eggs at Chimney Park; 701-623-4910
Eric Church Concert
Popular country music artist Eric Church brings the Outsiders World Tour to Ralph Engelstad Arena. www.theralph.com; 701-777-4167
Minot Spring Big One Arts and Crafts Fair
Find a perfect gift or two from any of 250 booths showcasing handmade products from across the U.S. More than 150 exhibitors will be on hand. thebigone.biz; 701-837-6059
Reynolds Community Play
Three one-act plays at the Reynolds City Hall performed by local residents will leave you in stitches. www.facebook.com/ReynoldsCommunityBetterment; 701-847-3035
Red River Valley Motorcycle Show
It’s time to hit the road and participate in one of the region’s largest gatherings of motorcycles. This event showcases awesome classic and modern bikes. www.rrvmnd.org; 218-695-2082
Prime Steel Car Show
One of the Upper Midwest's largest shows features hundreds of amazing classic cars. There will also be live entertainment and food concessions. www.primesteelcarclub.com; 218-745-4070
Friday Night Races
Cheer on your favorite drivers while Outlaw Sprints, Late Models, Midwest Modifieds and Street Stocks all compete for the checkered flag on one of the best 1/3-mile dirt tracks in the nation. Races held weekly throughout summer. www.rivercitiesspeedway.com; 701-780-0999
UNDIA Time-Out Wacipi Powwow
Take part in this amazing event that celebrates American Indian culture and heritage through song and dance. www.und.edu/org/undia/; 701-777-4321
These are just a few of North Dakota activities and events taking place in April. For more information, go to NDtourism.com or phone 701-328-2525 or 800-435-5663.
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