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Fargo Library’s jazz concert series kicks off Sunday, Oct. 4greenArrow

October 1: Celebrate Fargo’s history of jazz and outstanding musical talent with the Fargo Public Library’s annual fall music series “Jazz Into Fall” at the Main Library downtown. The series will feature local musicians playing a wide range of jazz ... Read More»

Fargo Public Library fall used book salegreenArrow

October 1: The Friends of the Fargo Public Library will host a used book sale in late October. Books generally cost between 50 cents and $2. Sales are set for the following days, times and locations: Friday, Oct. 23 – 3:30 ... Read More»

Fargo Library’s food for fines event starts Oct. 1greenArrow

September 29: Do you have overdue books and library fines? The Fargo Public Library wants to help you with those. In an effort to help people clear some overdue fines and help feed the hungry in our community, the Fargo ... Read More»

Senior Flu Shot Clinics scheduled for OctobergreenArrow

September 28: Fargo Cass Public Health will be holding seasonal influenza clinics throughout Fargo and Cass County during the month of October. Flu shots will be available for individuals 65 years of age and older and adults (over the age of ... Read More»

Jazz Into Fall concert series at the LibrarygreenArrow

September 27: Join us for weekly jazz concerts on Sundays in October at the Main Library. Concerts start at 2 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Sunday, Oct. 4: The Skipjacks & Nat Dickey Sunday, Oct. 11: Jazz Nickel Sunday, Oct. Read More»

Fall compost and wood chip giveawaygreenArrow

September 23: The fall dates for the annual wood chip and compost giveaway includes every Wednesday and Thursday from Sept. 16 to Oct. 8 from 3:30 - 5 p.m., and one Saturday which is Oct. 10 from 7:15 a.m. to ... Read More»

Fargo Fire Department recruiting Explorers through Oct. 15greenArrow

September 21: The Fargo Fire Department is now accepting applications to join its Explorer program. The program is open to young men and women ages 14 through 20. Applicants must have completed the 8th grade. Exploring is a hands-on program that ... Read More»

Apply for 2016 Community Development fundinggreenArrow

September 17: The City of Fargo is now accepting applications for 2016 Community Development funding. The City will consider requests that specifically address at least one of four community development goals:        Affordable housing        Poverty reduction        Community culture        Arts and entertainment Applications ... Read More»

MATBUS announces #LiddysLessons, 8-week iGoEco ChallengegreenArrow

September 16: The iGoEco Challenge 2015 is back with all new "Lessons" in going green.  Running now through Nov.  8, iGoEco encourages area residents to follow "Liddy's Lessons" and give up their car at least once every two weeks for ... Read More»

Photography exhibit by Sarah Christianson begins Sept. 15 at Main LibrarygreenArrow

September 16: As part of the 2015 One Book, One Community reading project, the Fargo Public Library is excited to host a photography exhibit. This exhibit features 14 images by photographer Sarah Christianson, a North Dakota native, and is set ... Read More»

Fire Department awarded International Accreditation StatusgreenArrow

September 3: The Fargo Fire Department has received Accredited Agency status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for meeting the criteria established through the CFAI's voluntary self-assessment and accreditation program. The Fargo Fire Department is one of 218 ... Read More»