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Friday, May 24

Night of Worship Outside at Bethel Church

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Join us for an outdoor Night of Worship at Bethel Church on Friday, May 24. Free picnic supper will begin at 6:30 pm with music beginning at 7:00 pm. Bring your lawn chair, family and friends to enjoy a beautiful evening of worship.

Bethel Church

Categories: Community Events, Concert, Family

Saturday, May 25

Fargo Favorites Food Tour

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Starting at the iconic Fargo Theatre, discover the institutions that spurred the growth of Downtown Fargo’s food scene, caused the city to invest in revitalizing its historic downtown, and made eating interesting, amazing dishes the thing to do in Fargo. Sample the famous donuts of Fargo, savor award-winning Scotch eggs, dine with strangers (aka soon-to-be-friends) at the long tables of a German bier hall, give gourmet grilled cheese a try, and more. It’s not all food — you’ll also learn some history and cultural tidbits about Fargo and North Dakota from your charming guide as you stroll from place to place. Basically, get a little exercise, a bit of interesting culture, and a lot of mouth-watering food. It’s a win-win-win. THE SCHEDULE: 11:00 Meet at the Fargo Theatre Tastings at: – Sandy’s Donuts – The Boiler Room Fargo – Rosey’s Bistro and Bar – The Silver Lining Creamery – Fargo – Würst Bier Hall Downtown Fargo – Rhombus Guys Finish around 2:00 p.m. WHAT’S INCLUDED? – All food tastings – 1 bottle of water – 1 walking map of Downtown Fargo – 3-hour guided tour with a local guide About Fargo Food Tours Fargoans love to try new restaurants and eating out is a major pastime. As such, Fargo’s food scene is diverse and constantly changing — that’s where we come in. The city’s restaurants deserve to be listed as top things to do in Fargo. We’ve created these tours to highlight some of the best ones and allow you to try them all in one fell swoop. Whether you’re here on business, visiting family for the weekend, want to show your own guests downtown Fargo’s charms, or have lived in Fargo all your life, you can get something new and meaningful out of a food tour — and eat a delicious meal while you do it. About your guide Like the restaurants, coffee shops and breweries on our food tours, our guide Meghan is also 100% local to North Dakota. She’s lived in Fargo for five years, studied Hospitality and Tourism Management at NDSU, and gets her kicks from drinks and a good meal with friends. Trying new foods and restaurants is her favorite part of travel, so she loves bringing that same joy to Fargo visitors AND locals. Book it To book your food tour, visit fargofoodtours@gmail.com.

Downtown Fargo

Categories: Community Events

Wednesday, May 29

Coffee with the Mayor

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Come for a Moorhead conversation with Mayor Judd and Ward 4 Council Members Chuck Hendrickson and Steve Gehrtz. This event will take place at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, which is located at 4000 28th St S, Moorhead. Join us for this coffee event, and at future events whenever you can! Parking Information: Church parking lot

Good Shepherd Church – Moorhead, MN

Categories: Community Events, Family

Friday, May 31

GRAND OPENING of FOMO 10/40 CREAMERY

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

FOMO 10/40 CREAMERY is a new local ice cream shop opening at Tatley-Eagles Park in Bismarck, ND on May 31st at 5:30pm. The creamery is serving hand crafted gelato and sorbet out of a hand build trailer. FOMO stands for Focused On Missions Overseas and the 10/40 represents the 10/40 window which is where 95% of all unreached people groups live. FOMO 10/40 has a goal to help plant small businesses as seeds of light in the darkest areas of the world. By coming to the grand opening you are supporting bringing families together, inspiring the community, and impacting the world.

Tatley-Eagles Park, Bismarck ND

Categories: Community Events, Family

Faith & Fun Comedy Show

7:00 PM - 7:00 PM

From the writers and original cast of the Twin Cities hit comedy show, “Triple Espresso”, Michael Pearce-Donley, Bob Stromberg, and Bill Arnold will have you laughing out of your seat with a night of comedy, music, and ministry! Join us for one night only, 7 pm on Friday, May 31st at Bethel Church in Fargo. Make sure to bring along a donation of colored construction paper and glue sticks/bottles that will benefit the S.O.A.R. after school program at TNT Fitness. Buy tickets

Bethel Church

Categories: Community Events, Concert, Concerts, Family, Station Events, Worship

Saturday, June 1

Fargo Favorites Food Tour

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Starting at the iconic Fargo Theatre, discover the institutions that spurred the growth of Downtown Fargo’s food scene, caused the city to invest in revitalizing its historic downtown, and made eating interesting, amazing dishes the thing to do in Fargo. Sample the famous donuts of Fargo, savor award-winning Scotch eggs, dine with strangers (aka soon-to-be-friends) at the long tables of a German bier hall, give gourmet grilled cheese a try, and more. It’s not all food — you’ll also learn some history and cultural tidbits about Fargo and North Dakota from your charming guide as you stroll from place to place. Basically, get a little exercise, a bit of interesting culture, and a lot of mouth-watering food. It’s a win-win-win. THE SCHEDULE: 11:00 Meet at the Fargo Theatre Tastings at: – Sandy’s Donuts – The Boiler Room Fargo – Rosey’s Bistro and Bar – The Silver Lining Creamery – Fargo – Würst Bier Hall Downtown Fargo – Rhombus Guys Finish around 2:00 p.m. WHAT’S INCLUDED? – All food tastings – 1 bottle of water – 1 walking map of Downtown Fargo – 3-hour guided tour with a local guide About Fargo Food Tours Fargoans love to try new restaurants and eating out is a major pastime. As such, Fargo’s food scene is diverse and constantly changing — that’s where we come in. The city’s restaurants deserve to be listed as top things to do in Fargo. We’ve created these tours to highlight some of the best ones and allow you to try them all in one fell swoop. Whether you’re here on business, visiting family for the weekend, want to show your own guests downtown Fargo’s charms, or have lived in Fargo all your life, you can get something new and meaningful out of a food tour — and eat a delicious meal while you do it. About your guide Like the restaurants, coffee shops and breweries on our food tours, our guide Meghan is also 100% local to North Dakota. She’s lived in Fargo for five years, studied Hospitality and Tourism Management at NDSU, and gets her kicks from drinks and a good meal with friends. Trying new foods and restaurants is her favorite part of travel, so she loves bringing that same joy to Fargo visitors AND locals. Book it To book your food tour, visit fargofoodtours@gmail.com.

Downtown Fargo

Categories: Community Events

Sunday, June 2

ROAR! Vacation Bible School

5:45 PM - 8:15 PM

ROAR! Vacation Bible School Sunday, June 2 - Thursday, June 6 5:45 pm-8:15 pm. Students: Preschool - 5th graders (grade they just finished in May) Invite friends, cousins, grandchildren, neighbors – bring them all! No fees to pay, just come!

Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church

Categories: Community Events, Vacation Bible School

Monday, June 3

ROAR! Vacation Bible School

5:45 PM - 8:15 PM

ROAR! Vacation Bible School Sunday, June 2 - Thursday, June 6 5:45 pm-8:15 pm. Students: Preschool - 5th graders (grade they just finished in May) Invite friends, cousins, grandchildren, neighbors – bring them all! No fees to pay, just come!

Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church

Categories: Community Events, Vacation Bible School

VBX -Hope Lutheran Church, NC

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us on our VBX-pedition as we learn how God has Chosen us! We will journey with our crew through Jazzy's Hallow entering into a jungle in need of light, ultimately found on the cross. Participants will enjoy large group dramas, music and dance, small group time, snacks, prayer, along with games and crafts! *Morning and Evening Sessions available June 10-13 at our SC. Participants: Age 3 (by July 31, 2018) through exiting 5th grade -Ages 12 and up are invited to join the fun as a volunteer! A free-will offering meal will be served for all beginning at 5pm (adult must accompany) each night!

Hope Lutheran Church North Campus

Categories: Community Events, Family

Tuesday, June 4

ROAR! Vacation Bible School

5:45 PM - 8:15 PM

ROAR! Vacation Bible School Sunday, June 2 - Thursday, June 6 5:45 pm-8:15 pm. Students: Preschool - 5th graders (grade they just finished in May) Invite friends, cousins, grandchildren, neighbors – bring them all! No fees to pay, just come!

Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church

Categories: Community Events, Vacation Bible School

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