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Things to Do this Spring in Fargo Moorhead, North Dakota for LGBTQ+ Visitors



As the snow melts and the flowers bloom, Fargo's locals eagerly anticipate spring's vibrant lineup of events and shopping at LGBTQ+-owned and friendly businesses. Whether sipping craft cocktails at inclusive breweries or immersing yourself in the diverse entertainment scene, the season promises several opportunities to celebrate pride and unity.

 

Wild Terra Cider is an experimental cider and wine bar. Their taproom just off downtown has two floors filled with groovy tunes and plants and hosts fun events like trivia, bingo, and even drunk karaoke. They are repeat sponsors of FM Pride and show their ally status by hosting events during PRIDE week.

 

A queer-owned art supply company, Scribble Lady, fosters creativity through the art of imperfection. Scribble Lady carries stickers, cards, merch, and art supplies such as glass pen kits, watercolor palettes, sketchbooks, brushes, and more. You can also purchase local artists’ works and art tutorials for beginners. While the owner, Hannah Stelter, used to be a one-person show at craft fairs and festivals, her Scribble Lady storefront encourages art at any level to anyone who stops by.

 



Proud sponsors of FM Pride and hosts of the annual Pride Block Party, Fargo Brewing is North Dakota's oldest craft brewery in Fargo. Whether you're a hop-head seeking bold flavors or a newcomer eager to explore approachable styles, they have them specifically for you. Hang in their taproom or come for live music, a meal at Nova Eatery, or even a haircut at Nice Barber Co.

 

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