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FARGO — Every season has its highlights, but none are celebrated like fall. Sure, summer has the Fourth of July and winter has Christmas and New Year's and spring has, well, the end of winter. But autumn is celebrated for just being itself.
Whether on foot, in the water or by air, fun is on the move in Fargo-Moorhead this weekend. Check out some of these engaging events.
FARGO — At the homecoming game Saturday, Sept. 22, fans will stand and cheer on the North Dakota State University Bison. Before kickoff, however, the Fargodome crowd will stand and cheer for another winning team — the NDSU Concert Choir Reunion singing the national anthem.
FARGO — There’s no sign of snow, but Post-Traumatic Funk Syndrome is making it feel a lot like Christmas. The Fargo-based R&B group has announced its three-show run of holiday hits in Fargo, the annual “Have Yourself a Funky Little Christmas.”
FARGO — Martin Sexton will return to Fargo for a Jan. 16 show at Sanctuary Events Center, 670 Fourth Ave. N.
FARGO — Anastasia Higginbotham is a children's book author and illustrator, not an athlete, but to teach kids to stand up against racism, she's taking a knee next to Colin Kaepernick.
FARGO — Fargo-based concert promoter Jade Presents has announced a trio of Fargo shows for this winter.
MOORHEAD — Walk up the east stairs to the Cyrus M. Running Gallery at Concordia College and you're greeted by what looks like a quilt of tanned female body parts hanging on the wall.
This weekend showcases a little bit of something old and something new, giving folks around town plenty to do. From taking in the complete collection of a legendary local artist's work to basking in the grandness of a new beer hall, Fargo-Moorhead has lots on tap.
FARGO — As a milliner, fashion designer, entrepreneur, businesswoman and arts advocate, it's safe — if not overly obvious — to call Anna Lee a woman of many hats.