Finding love in Fargo

Maybe not finding love, but finding things to do with the one you love

Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks are the ultimate ’90s rom-com dream team.

Whether you’re going out or staying in, Fargo has a lot to offer on Valentine’s Day.

‘Sleepless in Seattle’ at the Fargo Theatre

As part of their classic film series, the Fargo Theatre is showing 90’s hit rom-com “Sleepless in Seattle” on Valentine’s Day at 7:30 p.m.

Their classic film series is a big hit in the area, so show up early to avoid the line.

Tickets are $5 each and can only be purchased at the theatre.

Couples Candlelight Yoga & Wine

Candles, wine and sweat sounds like the perfect Valentine’s Day.

Downtown Yoga Fargo is hosting an evening of Yin-style yoga by candlelight for you and your special someone.

The session starts at 7 p.m. and costs $35 which covers an hour of yoga for two people and your choice of red or white wine.

Valentine’s Day Clay Sampler

You might be thinking, “How can clay be romantic?” Well, I will refer you to the famous scene from “Ghost.”

*Maybe NSFW

The Plains Art Museum and their Center for Creativity are hosting an introductory clay workshop on Valentine’s Day at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 for both members and non-members. Clay and tools will be provided.

Tickets are currently on a waitlist.

NDSU Basketball vs. Purdue Fort Wayne

If you’re looking to stay on campus, NDSU men’s basketball is hosting Purdue Fort Wayne on Valentine’s Day at the SHAC at 7 p.m.

Tickets are free for students.

Frostival: Coffee & Cocoa Crawl

While this event is not on Valentine’s Day, it’s the day after so why not keep the festivities going?

On Saturday, Downtown Fargo is hosting its fifth annual Coffee & Cocoa Crawl from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Admission is $15 (Kids 10 and under are free). The ticket includes a mug and samples of coffee and cocoa from 20 different locations in Downtown Fargo.

Presale tickets can be purchased here:

You can check-in at the Civic Center and also pick up your mug.

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