FARGO — The Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau has launched a local Adventure Passport highlighting community attractions in the metro area.
The passport is designed to highlight nonprofit attractions as well as for-profit experiences on a local level, according to a statement released Tuesday, Nov. 10. The primary goals are to encourage patronage at local attractions and to serve as a safe experience for all ages “during these less than typical times.”
The Salvador Dali exhibit at the Plains Art Museum features 143 images from two projects in the late surrealist’s life. Courtesy of the Plains Art Museum / Special to The Forum
How does it work?
There are 12 stops included on the Adventure Passport. People who wish to participate can pick up a passport at any of the participating locations or print one from https://www.fargomoorhead.org/things-to-do/adventure-passport/. Visit 10 out of the 12 locations and collect stamps from each. Once complete, turn in the passport at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center and receive a prize.
Participating businesses include:
• Red River Zoo
• Downtown Fargo (stamp at Gallery 4)
• Fargo Air Museum
• Plains Art Museum
• Puzzled Escape Room
• Hjemkomst Center
• West Acres Mall (stamp at guest services)
• Rough Cut Social
• The Woodchipper (Visitors Center)
• Replay Games
• Nature of the North
One of three new female swift foxes gets used to her exhibit Tuesday, July 14, after arriving at the Red River Zoo the day before. They are the smallest wild dogs in North America and will participate in a breeding program.
Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
The Adventure Passport officially launched on 11/6/2020 and will be through Spring of 2021. For more information, visit fargomoorhead.org and look for the 3 (cities)…2(states)…1 (community)… FarGO! Adventure Passport.