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The Fargo Beat 1-16-14

The Fargo Beat 1-16-14

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The Fargo Beat Fargo-Moorhead Social & Word of Mouth Network January 16, 2014
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…” Wait.
West Fargo Winter Days
 Jan 16-23. www.wfparks.org 
Money: A Love Story with Kate Northup
 Sat, 1/18, 9am-12 noon, Radisson.
Kate Northrup
, professional freedom seeker, to find out how to uncover the keys to optimal financial health that lie within you. Her philosophy is that
when you create financial freedom you're more able to step into your purpose on the planet, whatever that may be.
 Financial freedom is an inroad to spiritual and emotional freedom. Presented by Spark of Awesome, tickets are $79 at eventbrite.com.
 Mon 1/20, 1:30-5pm, Scheels Arena. This free event begins with a free matinee movie featuring the Might Ducks 2. Free popcorn and soda. After the movie there will be a free open skate, games, and crafts.
1 Million Cups
 Wed 1/22, 9-10am, Plains Art Museum. 1 Million Cups engages entrepreneurs around the world on Wednesdays at 9am. Presenters (an entrepreneur) prepare a six-minute educational presentation and engage in 20 minutes of feedback and questions after they present. Free coffee! 1/22 Presenter: David Batcheller, Appareo Systems. http://fargo.sites.1millioncups.com 
Women’s Startup Weekend –
 1/26. Whether you have an idea to pitch or you  just want to participate, check out their site for more information for what this fun weekend includes: http://northdakota.startupweekend.org
Look to The Arts Partnership’s ARTSpulse for daily info for what is going on and
 interesting in local arts & culture. Check this link to sign up for their email, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Google+. http://theartspartnership.net/artspulse/
Throughout the Weekend
Courtney’s Comedy Club
 1/16-1/18, Comedian B.T. www.courtneyscomedyclub.com
Thursday January 16
Jackie Myers Band
 9pm, HoDo
Dave Ferreira Trio
, Maxwell’
 Friday January 17
Go Murphy, Anomic, Sequoia
9pm, The Aquarium
 9pm, Windbreak
Rhyme or Reason
 9pm, Cadillac Ranch at the Hub
Plow Boyz unplugged
 VFW West Fargo
Helena Handbasket
9pm, Spirits Lounge at the Holiday Inn
8pm, JT Cigarro’s
Heavy is the Head
8pm, Dempsey’s
Rhyme or Reason
9pm, The Hub
October Road
9pm, Johnson’s Barn in Arthur, ND
Save Me CJ
Shotgun Sally’
Saturday January 18
 VFW West Fargo
Helena Handbasket
9pm, Spirits Lounge at the Holiday Inn
Lady Antebellum
 Sat 1/18, Fargodome
Sell Out Stereo
9pm, Windbreak
DJ Foxx
10pm, Dempsey’s
October Road
Shotgun Sally’
www.fargotheatre.org for show times
Dallas Buyers Club (R) -
Matthew McConaughey is electrifying as Ron Woodroof, a real life Texan hustler who formed an unlikely band of renegades to help AIDS patients get the black market medication they needed.
12 Years A Slave (R) -
One of the year’s most acclaimed films tells the true story of 
 Solomon Northup, a free black man who is abducted and sold into slavery. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Paul Giamatti, Benedict Cumberbatch, & Brad Pitt.
Nebraska (R)
After receiving a sweepstakes letter in the mail, a cantankerous father (Bruce Dern) thinks he's struck it rich, and wrangles his son (Will Forte) into taking a road trip to claim the fortune.
Kids Flick Series:
 The Smurfs 2
 Sat 1/18 at 10am & 1pm. $3 admission.
Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration
Mon 1/20. 6:30pm. Free and open to the public.
The Fab Four
 Thurs 1/23, 8pm. Beatles Tribute show.
Meet the Curator
event for Thursday, January 16 has been postponed. Check www.plainsart.org for updates.
Plains Art Museum is pleased to present
The One Minute Film Festival: 2003-2012
 an exhibition of hundreds of one-minute films created by more than 300 artists whose video vignettes range from the meditative and poignant to the startling surreal and outright funny. Curated by New York-based artist Jason Simon, the film festival comes to Fargo from January 25 to May 24, 2014, as a traveling exhibition created by the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA). A reception will be held at the Museum featuring a talk by Jason Simon onMarch 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. 
Fargo in 60 Seconds -
Open call for films through March 17.
To expand on the creative vision of
The One Minute Film Festival 
, Plains Art Museum invites submissions from area filmmakers age 14 and up to submit their best one-minute films and video creations. There is no fee to enter, and contributors may submit up to two movies. The entry deadline is March 17, and the
submissions will be showcased in a continuously looped screening on the Museum’s Third Floor
from March 24 to May 24. Entries received before February 17 will be considered for inclusion in the Fargo
Film Festival’s 2
-Minute Movie Contest held in March. The Museum will also host a Teen Filmmakers Awards Night on April 10 for a special screening of films submitted by filmmakers ages 14 to 18. Cash prizes will be awarded for 1
 Place - $100, 2
 Place - $75 and 3
 Place - $50. For more details and entry guidelines, visithttp://plainsart.org/visit/public-
Free Workshop on January 30: Making Your Own One-Minute Film.
Area filmmakers from Minnesota State University Moorhead will provide tips and insights on crafting short films on Thursday, January 30, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Museum atrium. The workshop is funded in part by Xcel Energy. http://plainsart.org/making-your-own-one-minute-film/ 
www.fmwfchamber.com/ypn www.ndyp.net
YPN Networking to Business Lunch: Why Companies Want to Attract and Retain Innovators
Tue 1/21, 11:30am-1pm, Ramada Plaza & Suites. Do you have a business
idea? An invention? Or maybe you have that entrepreneurial spirit? You won’t want to
 miss this shining example of how an idea came to life and impacted the health and
wellness of thousands of people nationwide. Lift’n Buddy was established in 2011 in
Fargo by inventor and entrepreneur Aaron Lamb. The company became part of NDSU’s
 incubator program and this business-
nurturing environment allowed Lamb’s idea for a
 better lifting and transporting device to beco
me a reality. Soon after the first Lift’n
 Buddy units began to appear in workplaces, the accolades poured in. The company recently received the coveted Edison Award honoring excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design and innovation. In addition, Lamb started Bunks4Kids, a charitable organization that uses a Buy One, Get One format for providing children in need with a decent bunk bed. Bunks4Kids is also proud to be a provider for U.S. military families. $20 YPN Members, $30 General Admission.
www.fmderbygirls.com www.gobison.com www.msumdragons.com www.gocobbers.com www.fargoforce.com
Fargo Force
vs. Indiana Ice Fri. 1/17 & Sat. 1/18
NDSU Men’s BBall vs Omaha
1/16 7:00 pm
NDSU Men’s BBall vs
Western Illinois
1/18 7:00 pm
Sons of Norway has a Breakfast Brunch
 on Sunday, Jan. 19 from 9:30am to 1pm. Pancakes, French toast, sausage, scrambled eggs, rommegrot (!!!), juice, and coffee. $11/adults, $5.50/6-12.

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