Celebrate North Dakota and show off your state pride!

Celebrate North Dakota and show off your state pride at the Fargo Park Districts first annual 7.01 Day event. This celebration of North Dakota event is a combination of virtual and a limited contact activity with social distancing in mind. 7.01 Day includes a screen printing activity from 4:00-7:00 pm on July 1 at Rheault Farm plus a month long virtual scavenger hunt. 

7.01 Screen Printing -  Wednesday, July 1 from 4:00-7:00 pm at Rheault Farm 

For screen printing, families are encouraged to bring a t-shirt, canvas bag, or anything that allows screen printing on. The screen printing limit is one item per person, with sizes 18" x 20" and 20" x 24". All ages are welcome.  

To provide a fun experience, the event is designed with social distancing practices in mind. Every effort is being made to limit contact points and to ensure that everyone adheres to the recommended 6 feet spacing. Once your items have been screen printed, participants are encouraged to color in the 7.01 screen print design with their own fabric markers or leave the print how it is. 

Fun, free 7.01 Day mix-and-match stickers are also available!  Grab some and stick them on your water bottle, bike, laptop, or wherever else you want to stick them.

Masks encouraged, gloves provided. 

7.01 GooseChase Scavenger Hunt

Follow these steps to get started!

  1. Download the GooseChase app in your app store. GooseChase is supported on all smartphones
  2. Put in the 7.01 day game code - QMZEPD
  3. Get started on July 1st!

Have questions on how to play? Click here for more information!

The top 3 highest scores will win a North Dakota prize at the end of the month!

Look for other ways to celebrate ND? 

Fargo Walking Tours is a project launched in summer 2020 through The Nice Center at NDSU to create art and history walking tours for downtown Fargo! The Fargo Walking Tours team is in the process of designing self-guided tours which will enhance the vibrant culture of Fargo and integrate with existing programs and agencies. Take part in the development process by visiting their website or Facebook Page.