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Calendar of Events - Fargo/Jamestown Region

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Buffalo Events:

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Ellendale Events:

For more information visit; 349-2916

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Fargo Events:

Nov 8 - Following a successful Kickstarter campaign last spring, Red, White, [Black & Blue]: Uncharged at Guantánamo will be presented Saturday. The show explores the body of the tortured, spaces of exception, indefinite detention, resilience, and the lack of due process at the detention facility in Guantánamo Bay. This performance coincides with this week's announcement by playwrights Opperman and Tylutki that their play is now available for pre-order on  Twelve years ago the Bush administration reopened the facility at Guantánamo to combat the “War on Terror.” Guantánamo remains open under the Obama administration and exists outside of the confines of the law. Uncharged detainees have been held for over 12 years now-- with no rationale behind their detention. Of the 154 detainees currently housed at Guantánamo, 76 of them are cleared for release, and have been since 2009, yet they remain imprisoned. 7:30pm, Theatre B

Nov 13 - Creative Voices: Native American Artists at Plains Art Museum, 6:30-7:30pm. Free and open to the public, light refreshments provided. Artist Laura Youngbird will share insights about her work, including the sculpture Waabi-Giziibiigiingwe (White Washed), which is a part of the Museum’s permanent collection. In addition to her work as a professional artist, Youngbird teaches at Circle of Nations School, an inter-tribal, off-reservation boarding school for youth in grades 4-8 located in Wahpeton, N.D. This talk is part of an ongoing series in conjunction with Plains Art Museum’s new project, Creativity Among Native American Artists. The project is aimed at bringing visibility to Native artists in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin through expanded exhibition, professional development, and programming opportunities at the Museum. The project will also build a network of artists, Native and other nonprofit organizations, and audiences across the region. Plains Art Museum

Nov 15-16 - Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra presents Masterworks II: Along the Silk Road. Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 2pm at the NDSU Festival Concert Hall

Nov 28-Dec 27 - Theatre B presents StoreFront Church. All shows run Thurs-Sat, 7:30pm. Sunday matinees at 2pm. For more information visit

Dec 1-18 - Noon Holiday Concerts at the Plains Art Museum. For more information on dates and musicians, visit

Dec 11-13 - Madrigal Dinners. Celebrating 40 Years! For the past 40 years, the Madrigal Dinners have delighted audiences with beautiful music, hilarious skits, and gorgeous costumes.  Please join us this year as we take you back in time to a Renaissance feast with the Madrigal Singers, who perform holiday music under the direction of Dr. Michael Weber. 6pm, $40/ticket. Please reserve your tickets by Monday, December 8 and have your meal choices (beef, chicken, vegetarian) available when you call.  Call 231-7969 to reserve your tickets today. NDSU Performing Arts

Jan 31 & Feb 1 - Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra presents Masterworks II: All Beethoven. Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 2pm at the NDSU Festival Concert Hall

Feb 5-28 - Theatre B presents 33 Variations by Moises Kaufman. All shows run Thurs-Sat, 7:30pm. Sunday matinees at 2pm. For more information visit

Mar 21-22 - Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra presents Masterworks II: Passion and Beauty. Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 2pm at the NDSU Festival Concert Hall

Apr 16-May 9 - Theatre B presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, by Christopher Durang. All shows run Thurs-Sat, 7:30pm. Sunday matinees at 2pm. For more information visit

Apr 25-26 - Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra presents Masterworks II: Resurrection. Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 2pm at the NDSU Festival Concert Hall

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Fort Ransom Events:

No information currently listed... For more information contact the Sheyenne Valley Arts & Crafts Association, PO Box 21, Fort Ransom, ND 58033; 973-4461; Email; or visit or


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Jamestown Events:

For event information visit The Arts Center's website at

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Moorhead Events:


Nov 22 - A production for children in Hansen Theatre in the Roland Dille Center. Adapted by MUSM theatre arts alum Ryan Soukup, this production is perfect for children in early elementary grades, including kindergarten. The Jungle Book tells the story of Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves in the jungle. Two shows, at 1 and 4 p.m., are free to the public. An animal demonstration by The Red River Zoo will take place right after the 1 p.m. show, and again at 3 p.m., preceding the 4 p.m. show. The show is free (ticket required), but goodwill offerings to the Theatre Department will be accepted. For information about MSUM Theatre Arts, go to

Dec 6 - Second Annual 3 P's in a Pod collaborative art show and sale. Artists Eric Johnson, Sam Norman, McCal Joy Johnson and Chelse Odden. 10am-6pm, Marcil Commonis in Bluestem Center for the Arts/Trollwood

Feb 25-28 - A contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s most famous love story runs on the Gaede Stage. Romi/EO and Juliet tells the tragic tale through Romi, who struggles with his sexual identity. For tickets to all shows, including the free production of The Jungle Book, go to, or call the MSUM Box Office Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at (218) 477-2271. Tickets may also be purchased at the door 90 minutes before curtain. For more information regarding themes, educational resources, or programming, please contact Ellingson at For information about MSUM Theatre Arts, go to

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Valley City Events:

Valley City State University Fall 2014 events

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Wahpeton Events:

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Nov 13 - Friends and Supporters of the Red Door Art Gallery – It is once again time for our annual fall fundraiser.  After the success of last year’s fundraiser we have once again contracted with the Deuces Wild, Dueling Piano’s. We hope you will consider joining us for this year’s event. Your support through memberships and this fundraiser are what keep our doors open. We are constantly striving to increase programing and improve our events. This night will be of hilarious Las Vegas style entertainment. Deuces Wild – Dueling Piano’s; Dinner and Entertainment. Wahpeton Eagles from 5:30-10pm. Tickets - $50 per person. Available at the Red Door Art Gallery or from any Board Member

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