Looks like football is on about everyone's schedule this weekend, but there are a few other fun things to do like movies, and some other stuff around the Capitol City.....

 

•NFL Football    

NFL Playoffs are set and here’s this weekend’s match-ups:

Sat Cincinnati at Houston 330pm NBC  Minnesota at Green Bay 7pm NBC

Sun Indianapolis at Baltimore 12N CBS  Seattle at Wash 330pm FOX

 

College Football

Notre Dame will play Alabama for the national title game down in Miami on Monday on ESPN.

 

North Dakota State plays Sam Houston State for the championship in Frisco, Texas—near Dallas Sat on ESPN 2, kick off at 12NOON

 

Bowl games Friday Night: 

FRI: #9 Texas A&M & #11 Oklahoma/Cotton Bowl FOX 7pm

 

 

•Bismarck Bobcats Hockey/Games at VFW Sports Center

Hosts Brookings Sat 715pm

 

EVENTS AROUND TOWN

 

••Come & See The Animals!  The Dakota Zoo is open on FRI-SAT and SUN from 1-5pm. 

 

••Like Playing Pinochle?   Bismarck Eagles Auxillary will host a Pinochle Card Party SAT at the Bismarcks Eagles Club.  Registration at 515, Play begins at 730pm  $5 per person.  Eagles Club is at 313 North 26th Street.

 

••Bismarck Parks & Recreation have an Open Gym Program for youth and adults.   This is a warm and safe free play environment.   More info on line at bisparks.org, or at 222-6454.   This is a FREE program.

 

••Auditions for “Peter Rabbit” are being held at 7pm on SUN and MON at the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts & Science Complex at 1810 Schaffer Street.   They need adult men and women to fill great goofy roles.   If you sing---that’s a plus!  Performances will starts February 20th.  This is presented by Dakota Stage Ltd, and the Shade Tree Players.   More info at shadetreeplayers.com  

 

 

 

 

•NEW MOVIES FOR THE WEEKEND: 

 

•”Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (R)

Nothing but horror here and in 3D.

 

•Promised Land (R)

A small-town teacher stands up to a pair of drilling representatives who are determined to exploit the local resources, and receives some unexpected support as the community rallies to drive away the persistent interlopers in this drama.  Matt Damon Hal Halbrook and Frances McDormand star.