3500 Moberg Dr. NW
Bemidji, MN 56601
Phone: (218) 444-7700
Fax: (218) 444-7703
Forste By Theater is a lovely creative hub for artists to display, enact and stage their work. It's also a great place for lovers of the theatre to enjoy great pieces of work. Their performances also include concerts, originals, classics and they also touch upon cultural and educational topics. Do call for show details and such.
Located along the shore of the Bemidji Lake the Chet Stadium has been the home ground for the Bemidji State University football team from 1939 and also for the women soccer teams. This stadium has been open since 1919 and is situated in a beautiful location. Visit their website for further details regarding game schedules and other facilities.
Bemidji State University produces 3 major productions a year. The theatre department produces shows both on its main stage in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex and in its black box located also in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex.
Termed "The Nordic Festival of the North", the Finlandia is a four day premier North American ski event, taking place in February, which features over six hundred national and international elite skiers, races, exhibits, and plenty of fine food.
This school of music and the arts produces a wide variety of arts activities, including chamber music concerts, children's theatre productions, and art shows that include such media as clay, metal sculptures, and mural paintings.
This weekend event is held every July featuring over 100 artists from across the state and nation, fun and food for everyone. BCAC Gallery and Shop 426 are open year round.
This nationally recognized professional theatre offers performances throughout the year, and is one of the longest continually operating summer theatres.
This convention center and arena was opened in 2010. It hosts sports games, performances, and special events.
This unique event is annual, being held in July and August of each year, and allows one to learn about different languages and cultures, as well as joining in a variety of cultural activities, such as Japanese drumming, French Voyageur canoe rides, and Norwegian folk dancing.
Held each year the first Saturday of every February, this event includes activities and events such as a lumberjack pancake feed, sleigh rides, old-time music, sawing contests, axe chopping and throwing contests, chain saw sculpting, woodcarving, crafts, and a Paul Bunyan Magic Show, as well as a variety of historic exhibits that are on display.
This hotel offers eighty guestrooms, including sixteen Jacuzzi rooms, and features limited RV sites and hook-ups; other features include an indoor swimming pool, two hot tubs, and a restaurant that is open twenty four hours; the casino features over five hundred video slot machines, blackjack tables, and a bingo hall.
On this tour, which unseasonably occurs in early October, one will visit four homes which have been professionally decorated for Christmas, and be entertained by special music and holiday demonstrations at each of the homes; this is a two day event.