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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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Top Last-Minute Shops

December 20, 2017

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Looking to last-minute holiday shop in Minot? We made it easy for you. Check out these excellent gift-finding locations (in no particular order). Minot has a TON of great shopping locations. For a full listing, visit our website: here.  Main Street Books Main Street Books has everything you could ever want from a mom-and-pop-shop bookstore. […]

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Tap into Minot’s Prohibition Past

September 11, 2017

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You’ll be hoppy to be in Minot. The Tap Room, hidden in the historic area of downtown Minot is home to awesome craft beer from all over the country. Owner and operator Jon Lakoduk describes the Tap Room as “beer geek bar, not beer snob.” Lakoduk is not only an expert in beer, he has the […]

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Time goes By and By at the Dakotah Rose B&B

July 28, 2017

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In 1906, Minot was just 23 years old. After the creation of the Great Northern Railroad, the Magic City had sprouted up seemingly overnight and became a thriving city. Living in the boomtown was Addie Carr and her husband Dr. Andrew Carr Sr.–who was one of North Dakota’s earliest medical specialists.  The Carr’s were one […]

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10 Ways to Spend Father’s Day!

June 14, 2017

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Wondering what to do with dad on Father’s Day? SkeDADdle on over to one of these stops in Minot: 1. Father’s Day at the Zoo Roosevelt Park Zoo is letting all dads in for free on Sunday at 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with the purchase of a kid’s admission ticket! The deal also applies to kids […]

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Charlie’s Main Street Café: The heart of Downtown Minot

June 5, 2017

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If you truly know Minot, then you know Charlie’s. As one of the oldest restaurants in town, Charlie’s remains locals’ best kept secret. Charlie’s boasts no-nonsense, mid-western style food in the historic downtown Minot. According to the owner/manager Tiffany Lee, about 75 percent of Charlie’s customers are regulars who have been frequenting the establishment for […]

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Winter Hours Offer a New Zoo Experience- Roosevelt Park Zoo

March 22, 2017

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The Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot is open for winter hours for the first time in more than 30 years. During the winter, admission into the Zoo is about half price. At the zoo, you will see a variety of winter animals that thrive during the chillier months! Here are a few of our favorites. […]

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100 Things to do in Minot this year!

March 1, 2017

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With spring on the horizon and warmer weather on its way, we came up with 100 things for you to do in Minot this year. Form eateries, to museums, the State Fair and Norsk Hostfest, we will keep you busy for all of 2017. Do you think you could do them all? Let us know in […]

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6 Things happening in Minot that you probably didn’t know about

November 4, 2016

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Minot is a unique and magical city where the community bond runs deep and the passion for giving back and getting involved is apparent. Behind the big events that Minot is known for, is a community that loves to give back. From service clubs to non-profits, there is a lot happening in this community. Here are […]

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