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5 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day

May 5, 2020

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FYI: There will be no handmade gifts coming home from school this year! Mother’s Day 2020 is approaching fast and quarantine measures are just beginning to lift. Explore these five special ways to celebrate mom this week. 1. Play in the dirt! Plant a tree in the backyard and get the whole family involved. Have […]

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Tee it up! Minot golf courses open for the season

April 17, 2020

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Minot’s golf courses are gearing up for a great season. We encourage you to participate in outdoor activities like golf, as it is the perfect opportunity to socialize from a safe distance. Update your golf routine with these helpful tips and be sure to check out the courses listed below! Skip the cart! Carrying your […]

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Street Art Map: A Guide to Minot’s Murals

April 10, 2020

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In 2015, the Minot Street Art Movement began painting the town, literally. Have you seen it? Their work to promote urban vitality and access to public art was a success with more murals coming to downtown and around the city in the coming months. Currently, there are 18 incredible murals to admire in downtown Minot. […]

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Get Out & Play: Trails 30 Miles from Minot

March 27, 2020

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Old man Winter has melted away the snow and spring is officially sprung! The urge to be outside in the nicer weather may seem like a challenge as we hear about social distancing but we have some ideas to keep you safe and active. A bit of fresh air can do wonders for your body […]

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Supporting Local Minot Business

March 18, 2020

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Last updated 3/30/20 Due to the everchanging information and business offerings, we have ceased updating this blog as of 3/30. Please visit our Facebook page for business features over the next month. During these uncertain times, we can’t help but notice how our amazing community has once again rallied together to SUPPORT each other. Our […]

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Get Out & Play – The Winter Way!

January 6, 2020

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Enjoy this winter with our top spots to beat your boredom! Mouse River Players is the oldest community theatre in Minot. It began in 1971 and has been volunteer-led since the beginning! Their current production is “A comic treasure that is sure to leave your audience in stitches”. For more information on the event visit […]

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Local Spotlight: Aaron Thompson

December 18, 2019

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What do snowboarding and brewing have in common? Very little actually, and yet Aaron Thompson has managed to master both skills. Growing up near the Turtle Mountains in Bottineau provided him with many opportunities to master a winter sport. Thompson originally grew up skiing and first jumped on a snowboard at the young age of […]

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Holiday Happenings in Minot

November 19, 2019

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The holidays can be stressful, but they don’t have to be! We’ve compiled a list of holiday happenings in Minot to help you out. Scroll to find holiday events for the whole family! Festival of Trees 11/23 This landmark holiday event includes public viewing of the beautifully decorated trees as well as an evening auction! […]

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POEM Studio

October 25, 2019

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Whatever you can imagine, POEM Studio can help make it a reality. They specialize in facilitating creativity – bringing art to people and people to art. POEM works both with businesses and guests on projects and also does consignment for local artists. Businesses like Souris River Brewing collaborate with POEM for their tap handles and […]

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Who is Leif Erikson?

October 9, 2019

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Leif Erikson is a famous Norse explorer born in the year c. 970. He was likely born in Iceland and was a Viking as well as a traveler. Around the year 1000, Erikson and his team explored the northeast coast of present-day Canada. This voyage presented different climates and food than the Norse crew had […]

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