Today’s members participate in one or more area of interest under the categories of
SPORTS and GAMES
Each section has its own schedule and inspiring programs developed annually by its members. Whether they meet once a month or weekly, these sections are the cornerstone for building friendships and learning at the Fine Arts Club of Fargo.
THE CLUBHOUSE: built in 1916 rests upon beautifully landscaped grounds, south of Island Park. Serving as the home of The Fine Arts Club since 1931, the big white house has three floors including a stage and program hall, plenty of meeting rooms, a library, three kitchens and living space for the Resident Manager. Contact us to rent the facility.
WHO MAY JOIN? Anyone with an active interest in continuing education, recreational opportunities, and expanding community connections is welcome.
IN THE NEWS:
Member and past president, Clare Degerness, has her fiber art displayed at Nicoles in downtown Fargo. The collection is called “Stitching in Place.” Follow this link : theartspartnership.net/â€¦/nicholes-fine-pastry-opens-fiber-art-exhibit-clare-degerness
The annual Bling Bling sale captures lots of media attention.http://www.westfargopioneer.com/features/3865447-west-fargo-woman-crochets-wire-create-statement-necklaces
In August 2015, Anna G. Larson of The Forum visited the Clubhouse. http://www.inforum.com/variety/3813349-99-year-old-fargo-fine-arts-house-home-250-club-members
In February 2015, Fine Arts Club donated a Margaret Cable original pottery to the University of North Dakota. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsS561REbKE