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Not Your Typical Brew

July 17, 2018

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Atypical Brewery & Barrelworks will be opening its doors for all of us to enjoy. Located on the edge of Downtown Minot, they are a locally owned and operated brewery that specializes in barrel-aged sour beer. The reason “Barrelworks” is apart of their name is because they make their own oak barrels for their sour […]

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Baseball is Back!

July 10, 2018

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Baseball is back in the Magic City for the first time since the late 1990s. The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs have made their debut this summer with huge success. The baseball team, calls Minot their home. The team is a wood-bat summer collegiate lineup. The players are college baseball players and students from around the […]

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What’s New at the NDSF?

July 2, 2018

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The North Dakota State Fair is the largest event in North Dakota and brings thousands of visitors every year. We always have fun with the rides, concerts, and of course, the food, but every year they have new events and entertainment. Take a look at what’s new. The NDSF will have the 9/11 NEVER FORGET […]

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Talk About A WIN, WIN, WIN, WIN

June 25, 2018

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Picture this: North Dakota State Fair, 2 tickets to 2 grandstand concerts with a meet and greet carnival rides, gate admission, 2 nights hotel stay, and $150 in food and beverages. Medora, ND, 2 premium seating Medora Musical tickets, VIP dinner for 2 at Theodore’s Dining Room, VIP greeting from President Theodore Roosevelt, 2 rounds of golf […]

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New Habitat for a New Century

April 27, 2018

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The Roosevelt Park Zoo has offered enriching experiences to engage all people, all ages, and all abilities for generations. Overcoming two floods, the zoo has brought unique animals, exhibits, and experiences to the Minot. The Roosevelt Park Zoo gets over 90,000 visitors annually and 10,000 students through education and outreach programs. A zoo is a place unlike […]

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Brewing Up Something

March 1, 2018

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Souris River Brewing is a restaurant and a brewery all in one and a one of a kind in Minot. Aaron Thompson was working as a bartender in Minot before the 2011 flood and people would frequently ask him where the brewpub was. Knowing that Minot did not have a brewery, Aaron decided to make […]

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It’s Time to Discover

February 2, 2018

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Started in 2013, the Magic City Discovery Center is a one of a kind children’s museum located in Minot. The museum engages children and their families in learning through discovery, creativity, and play. They believe learning happens best when children can interact and use their hands, which is why the museum is filled with exhibits […]

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Minot Area Council of the Arts

January 19, 2018

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Minot Area Council of the Arts

Minot Area Council of the Arts, also known as, MACA, is a local non-profit working to bring more art into Minot. Art is not just drawing or painting, but it is also music, writing, theater, and more. Art is how someone expresses themselves. MACA is an umbrella organization over all of the art programs in Minot and […]

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Winter Wardrobe Wonderland

January 16, 2018

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Shopping for quality cold-weather fashion can be hard, but Minot is home to a winter-fashion haven called Dakota Chappy. Dakota Chappy is a women’s clothing boutique that is centered around materials that are not only strong enough for the Dakota climate, but are also fashion show-stoppers. The textiles found in the boutique are centered around […]

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Minot Glowing Up

January 5, 2018

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Minot is glowing up. Located in charming Downtown Minot is a new glow-in-the-dark mini-golf attraction, the Putt District. The Putt District has brought an awesome activity to Minot and its visitors that can be enjoyed year round. The Putt District is the only indoor mini-golf course in Minot, and one of just two that can […]

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