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The highlight of my average summer week is heading over to the many farmers markets in the area to see what the local makers are making. There are numerous farmers markets that happen all around the community. Probably the most popular one is the Red River Market downtown but there are others that take place in Moorhead, West Acres and in West Fargo. - Alex Kizima, Client Relations Administrator

We love attending the Summer productions at Trollwood. I think it's amazing the performances these high school students are able to do. I can't wait to go see Freaky Friday! this summer. Performances start on Thursday, July 11. - Jenny Johnson, Client Relations Manager

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Something I haven’t experienced yet - but am super interested to try - are some of the art centered classes offered in the area. The Plains Art Museum has a variety of courses for all ages. Unglued always has something fun going on, like making your own earrings or cool personalized tumblers! Baker Garden & Gift has lots of workshops that teach you how to make fun wall mounts and frames for plants. These classes are a great way to meet new people in the community and you get a fun take away! - Sarah Stauner, Graphic Designer

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Local Theatre

The Arts Partnership

The Arts Partnership puts on a variety of amazing events throughout the year. I got many of my Christmas presents for loved ones this year at their Holiday Art Market at APT. - Alexandra Martin, Fargo Monthly Editor


I'm blown away by the sheer number of theatre groups in town. I think it's fan-freaking-tastic that we live in a community that's so artistic and supportive of each other. Whether you're seeing a thought provoking play at Theatre B, a fun musical through Music Theatre Fargo-Moorhead or even a performance at one of the colleges, you can always catch a great performance. - Andrew Jason, Editorial Director

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Fargo Monthly 100 Issue 2019  

Fargo Monthly 100 Issue 2019