What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
Five reasons to visit the Red River Market in Fargo
Fargo may be a city, but its roots are agricultural – we swear that whole “amber waves of grain” line was written for us. Just drive 15 minutes in any direction outside city limits and you’ll find yourself in fields of corn, soybeans, sunflowers, wheat, and really anything that grows. Every summer, a …READ MORE
Red River Valley Fair family fun!
Every July, the Red River Valley lights up with carnival rides, food stands, live music, and family fun galore. Midwesterners take their county and state fairs seriously, and the Red River Valley Fair (from July 10-15) is no exception. It’s especially great for families looking for days of fun outings and things to do …READ MORE
How to summer like a Midwesterner
As soon as the snow melts in North Dakota and Minnesota, it’s shorts season – other places call this summer. The Northern Midwest doesn’t get as long of a summer as other regions, so locals covet the warm weather and celebrate with a very specific set of must-dos. Here’s how to summer like a …READ MORE
The 10 greatest photos with the #FargoWoodchipper this month
When you house an epic movie prop in your Visitors Center, it’s only natural that people want to take pictures with it. So we encourage them, with funny hats and stuff. But we also judge them, and show our adoration for the top shots here, every month. Want to be included? Just tag …READ MORE
Spend 4th of July in Fargo-Moorhead!
Fargo was recently ranked as the most patriotic city in North Dakota, so we obviously go all out for our 4th of July celebrations. If you’re in town for the day, or for the entire weekend, here’s an itinerary to fill your days. Wednesday, July 4th Bonanzaville: A Historical Independence Day To start …READ MORE
StreetsAlive! in Fargo-Moorhead
The first of two Streets Alive! events is happening this Sunday, August 28th from noon ’til 5:00 PM.
Scandinavian Hjemkomst and Midwest Viking Festival
The Scandinavian Hjemkomst and Midwest Viking Festival celebrates Nordic culture and the Viking Age – two things we take seriously in Fargo. A large percentage of our population is of Scandinavian descent, so ‘Viking Fest’ (as it’s known for short) is a great way to learn about the local culture. Live like a …READ MORE
What to eat at a RedHawks baseball game in Fargo
America’s favorite pastime comes with plenty of perks – great entertainment, a family-friendly atmosphere, and (our personal favorite) delicious ballpark food. We recommend skipping dinner and heading to a F-M RedHawks baseball game if you want to really indulge. Here’s what’s on the menu: Starters Peanuts & Crackerjacks What would a baseball game be …READ MORE
Now that the weather in Fargo-Moorhead is reaching for 70’s quite consistently it is perfect weather to start rolling again. Thankfully the F-M has been expanding and improving the bike trails around the area.
A trail through Fargo’s breweries for Fargo Craft Beer Week
Fargo Craft Beer Week is happening for the first time EVER from June 11-16. Celebrate this momentous occasion by picking up a special beer passport. For this week only you can: Pick up a passport from any of the local breweries or the Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center, Follow the below route through Fargo’s 8 …READ MORE