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Celebrating Our Team’s Time And Hard Work: January Anniversaries

To kick off the 2018 year, we have decided that we want to show our team members the appreciation they deserve and give them proper recognition for their hard work. Join us in congratulating the following people for reaching a milestone in their careers with the Fargo Park District. You all rock and we are…
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Outdoor Rinks Now Lit For The Season

The community asked, and the Fargo Park District listened. For the remainder of the season, the lights will be turned on during rink hours at an additional 11 outdoor skating rinks, bringing the total to 17 lit rinks throughout Fargo. Locations with lit outdoor rinks now include Bennett, Centennial, Clara Barton, Downtown on Ice, Horace…
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Blizzard Bash 2018

Bring the family and celebrate all the fun things about winter at Blizzard Bash. The Fargo Park District and West Fargo Park District are teaming up to host Blizzard Bash from 1:00-5:00 pm on Monday, January 15 inside the Scheels Arena. Doors open at 1:00 pm for this free event. Enjoy a matinee movie at…
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Awesome Art Afternoon January 2018

Awesome Art Afternoon – January 2018

Love art, but hate the mess?  Awesome Art Afternoon is an interactive art program where kids can have fun while building a variety of take home projects. The next Awesome Art Afternoon is Saturday, January 13 at the RDJ Rec Center. Come any time between 1:00 and 3:00 pm to spend an afternoon creating fun…
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Local Charities Benefit From Collections At Santa Village 2017

The Fargo Park District hosted the 31st Annual Santa Village at Rheault Farm November 26 through December 23.  During this time there were over 15,600 visitors that came to the event and gave donations to benefit those in need in our community. Admission to Santa Village is free, but donations were encouraged.  Visitors were asked…
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