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Fargo Record Fair to move to Air Museum

FARGO - The annual Fargo Record Fair has been moved to a new location for its 2015 installment this Saturday.

Mario Navarro of Fargo flips through a box of records at the 2010 Fargo Record Fair. In the foreground is a 1974 Beatles unique-shaped picture disc album. Forum file photo
Mario Navarro of Fargo flips through a box of records at the 2010 Fargo Record Fair. In the foreground is a 1974 Beatles unique-shaped picture disc album. Forum file photo
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FARGO – The annual Fargo Record Fair has been moved to a new location for its 2015 installment this Saturday.

Organizers announced Wednesday that the event, which will run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, drew an overwhelming number of RSVPs on Facebook that prompted the move.

The fair will now be held at the Fargo Air Museum, 1609 19th Ave. N., instead of the Fargo Brewing Co. The event had been held at the Howard Johnson hotel in downtown Fargo in previous years.

Admission is $3, and Fargo Brewing will sell beer at the Fargo Air Museum.

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