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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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10 things to check out and try this year at Høstfest

September 28, 2016

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It’s that time of year where Trolls, Vikings, and people from around the world come to the North Dakota State Fair Center to celebrate the heritage of 5 Nordic Countries. The five Nordic countries that are represented are Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Sweden.  For 39 years Norsk Høstfest has kept people entertained and this […]

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Top 13 Travel Secrets From Airport Insiders

August 5, 2016

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The experts at Minot International Airport (MOT) weighed in to tell us the insider’s secrets and travel tips to make your next flight experience excellent. Make sure to book your next trip out of Minot in North Dakota’s newest and largest airport! Book your flight on Tuesday morning from 1-5am to get the BEST deal! […]

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A Mother’s Tea Party

April 28, 2015

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Mothers bring your children, children bring your mothers to A Mother’s Tea Party at the Carnegie Center in Downtown Minot Saturday, May 2nd. There will be two seatings available – the first beginning at 10 a.m. caters more to mothers with young children, ages 2 to 11. On the children’s menu you will find unique items, […]

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Mouse River Players, Experience the Magic….Live!

January 8, 2015

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Are you ready to take in a great mystery and maybe even participate?!? The Mouse River Players presents to you, “You Have the Right to Remain Dead”, an audience participation murder mystery by Pat Cook. When the “play” is interrupted by the discovery of a dead body backstage and the police are called in to investigate, the plot becomes […]

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YogifyU

October 27, 2014

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There’s a new yoga studio in Downtown Minot and it opens for business today! YogifyU is located at 2 Main St. S, Suite 115 and was founded by owner Nora Mihalick, who wants to share her love of yoga with her hometown community of Minot, ND. The studio includes both women’s and men’s changing rooms (showers available) and […]

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Chile Verde: Giveaway

May 15, 2014

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Chile Verde (located at 315 S Main St) has re-opened in Downtown Minot with a fresh new look as well as a fresh new menu. Management has been taken over by Juan and Lisa Mata, who relocated to Minot from North Carolina. The couple has been in the restaurant industry for 15-20 years and have brought with […]

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Lulu Lane Opens in Minot

April 9, 2014

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Calling all mommas and moms-to-be! A brand new maternity, baby and kid’s boutique, Lulu Lane, is opening up for business in Downtown Minot! Owner, Carisa Opperude wanted to bring unique and trendy styles to the Minot community for both expecting moms and their little ones. Having three children of her own, Carisa realized the need […]

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