Saturday, April 14, 11am-12pm
Kickin’ it with the Co-Op
Fargo Main Library, 102 3rd Street North, Fargo
Ever wonder what is going on at your local food Co-op? Prairie Roots Food Co-op, along with the Fargo Public Library, invite you to enjoy some family fun while learning what the Co-op is all about. We will have activities and adventures filled with fun for the whole family. All ages are welcome, but these events are most appropriate for children ages 4 – 12. No pre-registration is required and all materials will be provided.
Monday, April 16, 10:30am
City of Fargo Earth Week Press Conference
Monday, April 16, 5-8pm
Dakota Prairie Chapter of the North Country Trail
2nd Annual Hiking/Backpacking Expo
Jon L. Wanzek Center For Scouting
4200 19th ave s, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Representatives from Prairie Roots Food Co-op will be in attendance with Co-op trail food ideas and samples.
Thursday, April 19, 6:30pm
Create at the Co-op – Wrapped Rock Pendant Workshop
Come and learn how to create wrapped rock pendants. This class is recommended for ages 8 and up but all ages are welcome to attend. The participants will be provided with wire, rocks and the tools needed to make a one-of-a-kind piece of art at Prairie Roots Food Co-op. Each participant will have an opportunity to make 2 pendants in the workshop, and you are welcome to bring your own rock with you.
Saturday, April 21, 10am-2pm
Red River Market Spring Market at the Co-op
Hosted in partnership with Red River Market
Join us for a special spring farmers’ market at Prairie Roots Food Co-op. This outdoor event will feature pantry items, household goods, baked goods, art, hot food, and beverages. Shop with your favorite Red River Market vendors while enjoying live music and more.
Sunday, April 22, 2pm
Prairie Adventures Reading
Prairie Roots Food Co-op Community Room
Hosted in partnership with The Arts Partnership
The public is invited on Earth Day for the first public reading of Fargo playwright Carol Anne Hough’s Prairie Adventures. Laugh as you learn from three children, their grandparents, prairie chickens, bison, butterflies and a skunk. This one-act is educational, humorous and family-friendly.