serviceberry, rhubarb, cherry, blueberry, strawberry, apricot…these are some of the fruits we’ve been busy transforming into pies for our High Plains friends up in Fargo, North Dakota.
Next Thursday, July 16th from 1-5p we’ll be serving pie at The Plains Art Museum, coinciding with a celebration of the Pollinator Garden’s growing season outside The Center for Creativity.
Here’s the details so come join us!
Pie Project Fargo
The Pollinator Party includes a social engagement project by the art duo low tech/high joy collaborative, who use their homemade pies as a centerpiece for conviviality and conversation. Marlaine Cox and Karen Kasel from the Twin Cities were charmed by the pie culture of Fargo-Moorhead and proposed linking pies to the Museum’s Fargo Street Fair events and the Pollinator Garden (fruit for pies need pollinators!). Stop in to see their “pie diorama” in the Steven Berrell Memorial Commons at the Center for Creativity, and (while supplies last) have a free slice of pie and cup of coffee and get to know others who stop in for this afternoon of hospitality and fun.
More reasons to head to Fargo:
The Fargo Street Fair will be happening Thursday, July 16 through Saturday, July 18
Thursday night karaoke at Sons of Norway Kringen Lodge #25
When we aren’t serving pie or singing karaoke we’ll be holding court in the Roof Top Hot Tub at the Hotel Donaldson.