Arts and Crafts

Santa Village Opens Its Doors At Rheault Farm

 The community braved the winter storm to visit with Mr. & Mrs. Claus

FARGO, N.D.- For some, the snowy weather was not a factor, but rather a drive to go outside and make the most of it. “The weather was more like a push, because he likes to be outside, so we got him all geared up and come out and plays in the snow,” says Korinna, a visitor. They came to the…

Thousands Celebrate Cultural Heritage at Moorhead’s Celtic Festival

The fifteenth annual event featured live music, arts and crafts, and free Celtic food

MOORHEAD, Minn. — For the fifteenth year in a row, thousands embraced Celtric traditions with the Fargo Park District and their families at the 15th annual Celtic Festival in Moorhead. “You learn things about your own heritage, there’s some neat gifts here which keeps the wife happy, and the entertainers are great,” said Dean Nelson, an attendee of the Celtic Festival….

Concordia College Students Pay It Forward

The college students teamed up with 62 fourth graders at Washington Elementary in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — For the past fifteen years, Dr. Barb Witteman has worked with Fargo Public Schools to get students involved with service learning projects. “Well I knew Mrs. Witteman because she was a fourth grade teacher in Fargo and she was doing service projects with another teacher in our district and then asked me if I would like to join…

Creative Plains Foundation Reaps Benefits from Giving Hearts Day

Upstart organization to use funds to help students in Fargo attend after school art program

FARGO, N.D. — One upstart organization hopes Giving Hearts Day helps them fuel the future of art in the Metro. The Creative Plains Foundation looks to use its donations to fund its new After School Arts program. The organization plans to fund ten scholarships for children to attend their program for ten weeks. With an optimistic outlook on encouraging interest…