A ton of great things to do are on for the first weekend of November!  Get out and enjoy!!!




••MINNESOTA VIKINGS  at Dallas to play the Cowboys SUN 12noon!


••BISMARCK BOBCATS HOCKEY  FRI at Aberdeen   Home games start at 715 at the VFW Center.



•North Dakota at Northern Arizona 6pm

•North Dakota St off this weekend

•Univ Of Mary at Northern St Univ in Aberdeen 1pm



West Fargo at Bismarck 7pm FRIDAY

Century at Fargo Davies 7pm FRIDAY        

Divide County(Crosby) at Shiloh Christian SAT 2pm Round 2 of playoffs

Lisbon at St Mary’s SAT 430pm


••Shiloh Christian Middle School presents the musical comedy “Honk.”   It’s a musical comedy based on Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Ugly Duckling”  See it FRI & SAT at 7pm and SUN at 2pm at Shiloh Christian, 1915 Shiloh Drive in Bismarck.   Adults $7, kids $5.


••Stand Up Comedy is in town at the Dakota Stage on FRI & SAT at 8pm with Mike Merryfield.  He’s been on HBO and more.  A funny guy.   $15.  Dakota Stage is at 412 East Main downtown.


••FINAL WEEKEND!!!  The Haunted Fort at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park Opens up FRIDAY & SATURDAY night at 730pm and stays open until 11pm!!   7 miles south of Mandan on Highway 1806.  Bigger and scarier than ever!  Tickets $12, VIP passes $32.


••Catch Disney Live!  Three Classic Fairy Tales .  Live at the Bismarck Civic Center Saturday at 1 & 4pm.  $22-$52.


•German Dinner & Quilt Auction is on SAT at Christ The Kind School & Church in Mandan  Dinner served from 5-7pm and the quilt auction starts at 630pm.  Also a silent auction will be held.  Adults $9, Kids $5.  505 10th Avenue NW in Mandan.


••History Mystery At The Mansion.  Is on SAT night from 7-10pm at the Former Governor’s Mansion.  It’s an evening of fun and mystery.  You get to play a role for the evening.  It’s all set in 1878, and this will be a fun “whodunit!”  FREE!  320 East Avenue B in Bismarck.


••Concordia Orchestra Concert is ON SAT 730pm at the Belle  This concert is FREE and open to the public.  


••”Hello Hollywood!” Is the Theme for the Missouri Valley Chamber Orchestra Concert---it’s on Saturday at 730pm at the Sidney J. Lee Auditorium on the Bismarck State College Campus. 


••Catch “Help I’m Trapped In A High School”   On stage at Mandan High.  See it SAT at 8pm, SUN at 230pm and MON at 8pm.  $6 for adults, $4 for students.


••Harvest Festival is on SUN from 10am-130pm at Moffitt United Methodist Church.   Worship service at 10, followed by a turkey dinner and then fun and games!  The church is at 210 South Main in Moffitt. 

••See “Now That She’s Gone”  It’s a one woman show straight from L.A.  at the Dakota Stage SUN at 2pm.  FREE!  412 South Main downtown Bismarck. 



••BisMarket Farmers Market is open SAT from 9am-1pm at Bismarck’s Sertoma Park, near Shelter 5.  Use the entrance by the Amusement Park.  Locally grown farm-fresh products, this is a great health choice.  FREE admission!!


••Learn About Photography at a mini-class at Bob’s Photo at 1019 East Interstate Avenue SAT Morning 10-1130am.  FREE.


••Come & See The Animals!  The Dakota Zoo now has their fall hours and is open FRI-SAT & SUN from 1-5pm weather permitting.    $7 for adults, $4 for children.  


••Capital Farmers Market is open Friday starting at 3pm, and is open all day Saturday in the K-Mart Parking Lot starting at 8am.


••Family Story Time is on MON from 630-730pm at the Bismarck Public Library.  Enjoy an evening of storytelling for the whole family.  FREE.  515 North 5th Street in Bismarck.




“Ender’s Game” (PG-13)

A brilliant young strategist rises to the top of his class in Battle School while training to defend Earth against hostile aliens intent on exterminating the entire human race in this sci-fi epic.  Asa Butterfield, & Harrison Ford star.


“Free Birds” (PG)

Two rival turkeys travel back in time to prevent their own kind from becoming a savory Thanksgiving tradition in this animated comedy.


“Last Vegas” (PG-13)

Four geriatric friends vow to set Las Vegas ablaze during the ultimate bachelor party in this all-star comedy  Stars Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro and Kevin Kline.