Category: News

Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2020

Celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day! Browse the Mother’s Day Gift Guide below to purchase a unique and fun gift from our local downtown retailers! All products featured can be purchased in-stores or online. Bombshell Salon “To all the moms out there. We honor you! In these difficult times, you give us strength. We give back however we can. $20 Bonus… Read more →

Restaurant Services During COVID-19

Downtown Bismarck Restaurant Services Please consider using the services our downtown restaurants have provided  For delivery options please use:  Grubhub,  Food Dudes,  Uber Eats, Bite Squad, Door Dash Carryout  Curbside  Delivery  Anima Cucina 101 N 5th St 701-751-1738 Hours: 9am-9pm Y Y Y Blarney Stone Pub 408 E Main Ave 701-751-7512 Hours: 11am-9pm Y Y Brick Oven Bakery 112 N… Read more →

Activities for Kids During COVID-19

Need activities for your little ones? Check out some activities our members are doing to help you and your family! The Library has millions of resources online – including some of history’s most important manuscripts, photographs, maps, recordings and films – to help teachers, parents and students learn about the world around us. These include general exhibits you can dip… Read more →

Downtown Bismarck COVID- 19 Updates

As our community rallies together to stay well, here are some messages and changes from of a few of our downtown businesses: American Bank Center: Beginning Tuesday, March 17, American is taking precautions against COVID-19 by closing all lobbies and remaining open via drive-up window. Additional details and updates can be found here: We’d like to remind customers of our… Read more →

February 27 Downtown Bismarck News

Events Happening All Weekend! Downtown Bismarck is somewhere you can leap to different events all weekend long! Celebrate the 2020 Leap Year Weekend with multiple events happening in and around Downtown Bismarck. Leap Year Events New Housing Development Approved The Grove and Renaissance Lofts have been approved by the the Downtown Design Committee, Renaissance Zone Authority and Bismarck City Commission.  The… Read more →