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LIVE: Keep Your Holiday Shopping Local With Small Business Saturday

Dozens Of Local Businesses Teaming Up For Holiday Deals

  This is the biggest weekend of the year for small businesses in the F/M area. Small Business Saturday is November 24th, and Melissa Rademacher, President and CEO of the Downtown Community Partnership, joins Adam to tell people why they should save some their holiday spending for local businesses. Dozens of downtown businesses are holding sales for Small Business Saturday….

Local Businesses Support New Downtown Fargo Drinking Ordinance

Business owners think that the ordinance encourages people to check out downtown establishments during events

FARGO, N.D. — With many events like the Street Fair and Corks and Canvas set to take place in the next few months, several members of the Downtown Community Partnership feel the new ordinance for drinking at downtown events will bring more people through their doors. Hundreds of thousands of people venture to Downtown Fargo each summer to take part in…

Fargo City Commission Approves Drinking at Downtown Events

FARGO, N.D. – City Commissioners approve a new license to allow drinking at public events in Downtown Fargo. The law makes a new liquor license only available to the Downtown Community Partnership for their events. Under the measure, alcohol can only be served in clearly identifiable cups provided by the partnership, people can only have drinks in a clearly marked…

LIVE: Downtown Gift Cards to Support Local Businesses

60 Businesses Joined Gift Card Program

  Kalley Norr, Development Coordinator with Fargo’s Downtown Community Partnership joins Adam to talk about a way to help support local businesses. The downtown gift card program launched just before the holidays with about 40 local businesses on board. Now, the cards are good at about 60 businesses. Norr says the cards are helping locally-owned stores bring in more customers…

Fargo City Commission Backs Plan to Allow Drinking At Downtown Events

The Downtown Community Partnership hopes to have the changes in place by the 2018 Street Fair in July

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo City commissioners are on board to allow drinking alcohol in public at events like the Street Fair and Cork and Canvas Art Walk in downtown Fargo. The Downtown Community Partnership (DCP) may be trying to change the liquor ordinance in downtown Fargo, but even they say safety is of the utmost importance. “We want to make sure…

LIVE: Get Wrapped Up In The Holidays In Downtown Fargo

Downtown Community Partnership Hosting Seasonal Activities

  Nicolette Berge with the Downtown Community Partnership joins Adam Ladwig to help us get wrapped up in the holidays. The organization is hosting a list of events this holiday season in downtown Fargo, starting with the Holiday Lights parade on November 21st. You can find out more about the entire series of events online at www.downtownfargo.com   Categories: Morning…

LIVE: Wish Walk

Trick-Or-Treat Event Helps Support Make-A-Wish Foundation

  Nicolette Berge with the Downtown Community Partnership joins Adam Ladwig to talk about the 2nd Annual Trick-or-Treat Wish Walk. Around 20 local businesses are handing out candy to costumed kiddos. There will be sidewalk games and activities. Donations collected will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 28th in…

Downtown Fargo Set to Build Community Area this Summer

Block 9 Reconstruction Will Begin This Summer, Creating a Garage, Multi-Use Building and Plaza Area

FARGO, N.D. — In the next few years, downtown Fargo will be going through some major developmental changes. The Block 9 Reconstruction Project will begin this summer in the lot between 2nd Ave North and Broadway North in downtown Fargo. “Through some of our research, a lot of things that we found specific to downtown that they were lacking was…

Get Your Thinking Caps On…the Bounty Hunt Has Begun!

The grand prize for the bounty hunt includes a hotel stay and dinner in downtown fargo

FARGO, N.D. — It’s like an escape room, but with no walls and instead there is a pot of gold at the end. Puzzled FM and the Downtown Community Partnership have teamed up to bring the first ever Bounty Hunt to the metro. Thirteen different stores hold unique mind puzzles. Once you think you’ve solved the puzzle, you enter the answer…