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Fix it Forward Bridge Bash planned Sept. 18

The yearly event is meant to welcome back college students.

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Members of Honeysuckle Hooping perform as they walk in the Fargo-Moorhead Pride Parade on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021, in downtown Fargo. Honeysuckle Hooping will perform and provide hooping instruction at the Fix it Foward Bridge Bash Sept. 18, 2021, at the Hjemkomst in Moorhead. Alyssa Goelzer / The Forum

MOORHEAD — The Moorhead Business Association and sponsor Fix it Forward Auto Care will host the annual Bridge Bash to welcome back college students from 1 to 4 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Hjemkomst and Viking Ship Park, 202 1st Ave. N.

Attractions will include:

  • Food trucks
  • Live music hosted by Wicked Good Time
  • Entertainment from James Bergman of FM Aerial & Movement Arts
  • Art with Kim Jore of Riverzen
  • Hooping instructions and a performance by Honeysuckle Hooping
  • An appearance by the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre's cast of "Young Frankenstein"
  • Live concrete carving with Team Snokraft and Mothership Workshop
  • Free kayak and canoe rentals from River Keepers
  • Herbie the Photo Camper from Gathered Boutique Rentals and Events
  • Giveaways from Nature of the North

The event is free, and the first 300 students will receive a "swag bag."
For more information, follow the event's Facebook page at " Fix it Forward Bash ."

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Zane Voglewede, a Minnesota State University Moorhead freshman from Fargo, turns while wearing a virtual reality headset brought to the Moorhead Business Association's Bridge Bash on Thursday, Sept. 8, by Gravity Gaming. Josie Gereszek/The Forum
Zane Voglewede, a Minnesota State University Moorhead freshman from Fargo, turns while wearing a virtual reality headset brought to the Moorhead Business Association's Bridge Bash on Thursday, Sept. 8, by Gravity Gaming. Josie Gereszek/The Forum

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