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8 Ways to Love February in North Dakota
Post Date: Jan 27 2015

By ND Commerce Tourism Division

February is the shortest month of the year, so we have to pack in as much as we can to make the most of it. From east to west and towns in between, there is no shortage of indoor and outdoor entertainment this February. For details on these or other events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.

 

Cabin Fever Days

Jamestown
February 6-15

Few events combine skating, hockey, swimming and … dodgeball. Cabin Fever Days is a community celebration that gets people moving outside and inside with an emphasis on family fun. www.jamestownparksandrec.com/uploads/cabinfever2015.pdf; 701-252-3982

 

9th annual Bite the Ice on ‘The Hook’ Ice Fishing Tournament

Parshall
February 7

Annual ice fishing tournament on Lake Sakakawea’s Van Hook Arm. Get out on the big lake, make memories and earn prizes. www.parshallnd.com/bite_the_ice_11.html; 701-862-3459

 

Feast of Nations

Grand Forks
February 7

Go around the world without leaving North Dakota. The 53rd annual celebration will feature demonstrations by Salsa Explosion, the Manitoba Korean Association, Ca Claque, and Brazilian musician Marco Costillo, And don’t forget the cuisine which will include dishes from Russian, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Lebanon, and Senegal.   www.feastofnations.und.edu; 701-777-6393

 

Squirt International Hockey Tournament

Fargo-Moorhead
February 13-15, 20-22, 27-March 1

Help the kids lace up the skates and get out of the way for three weekends of youth hockey throughout Fargo-Moorhead. More than 180 regional teams are expected to compete in the series of tournaments. www.fargohockey.org/page/show/107138-2015-squirt-international; 701-235-4300

 

Heritage Outbound

Fort Clark
February 14

Spend a day learning what life was like for explorers and Native Americans on the North Plains. Snowshoe at Fort Clark Historical site and make your way to Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site for food, stories and more. www.history.nd.gov/events/heritageoutbound.html; 701-328-2666

 

Mamma Mia

Bismarck, February 17

Grand Forks, February 18

Admit it. You tapped your toes to ABBA back in the day. Step back in time as a daughter tries to find her real father in time for her wedding. And enjoy the music of Swedish super-group ABBA as a backdrop.  Bismarck: www.bismarckciviccenter.com/; 800-745-3000. Grand Forks: und.edu/chester-fritz-auditorium/; 701-777-4090

 

ShiverFest

Devils Lake
February 20-22

You can totally golf in February in North Dakota, as long as you’re prepared to play on a frozen lake. ShiverFest makes it possible along with mite hockey, a quilt show, ice fishing, pond hockey, sleigh rides and a motorcycle show.  www.devilslakend.com; 701-662-4903

 

Virgil Hill Boxing

Bismarck
February 28

Boxing Hall-of-Famer and Olympic medalist Virgil Hill launched his great career before packed houses at the Bismarck Event Center so it’s only fitting that Hill’s “One Last Stand” will be back on his home turf. The bout ticket will include several other up-in-coming North Dakota fighters.

www.bismarckciviccenter.com/; 800-745-3000

 

These are just a few events and activities in North Dakota during February. For more information, go to NDtourism.com or phone 701-328-2525 or 800-435-5663

 

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