‘Historic Blizzards On The Plains’ Presentation Jan. 22 At Fargo Public Library

Have you heard of “Tornado Alley?” Did you realize there is also a “Blizzard Alley?” The Northern Plains and especially the Red River Valley record more blizzards than anywhere else in the lower 48 states. Join us Sunday, Jan. 22, starting at 2 p.m. at the Main Library for a presentation by Daryl Ritchison, Interim Director…
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‘Castle On The Hill’ Photography Presentation Set For Jan. 24 At The Fargo Public Library

Of all the institutions in the history of our region, the Fergus Falls (Minn.) State Hospital evokes the most interest. In the decades following its opening in 1890, the hospital served tens of thousands of mentally ill, disabled and chemically dependent patients who had nowhere else to go for treatment. “Castle on the Hill” by…
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Fargo Public Library Presents Bone Family Picnic Event Saturday, Jan. 21

Are you a fan of Jeff Smith’s “Bone” graphic novel series? Whether you are just starting to read the series or have read them all, kids and teens in grades 4 through 12 are invited to the library’s themed “Bone Family Picnic” event Saturday, Jan. 21, starting at 2 p.m. at the Dr. James Carlson Library. Join…
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Fargo Public Library Hosts Chinese New Year Celebration Event For Kids

Happy Chinese New Year! The Fargo Public Library welcomes the Concordia College Chinese Club to the downtown Main library for a Chinese New Year’s celebration at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, in the community room. Kids of all ages and their families are invited for a storytime with books read in English and Chinese, a…
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Reporter And Author Jeff Kolpack To Visit Fargo Library Jan. 17

The Fargo Public Library is pleased to welcome local author and longtime Forum Sports Reporter Jeff Kolpack to the community room at the downtown Main Library at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, for a presentation featuring his recent book “Horns Up: Inside the Greatest College Football Dynasty.” Mr. Kolpack’s book details the rise of the…
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