Giving Hearts and Erotic Art: A High Contrast Valentine’s Day
Happy Valentine’s Day! What are you all up to tonight?
If you want to do something outside the (chocolate) box today, here are two of my favorite options — Giving Hearts Day and and The Eighth Annual Visual Erotic Art Exhibition. (People who say the Midwest is boring just aren’t looking very hard!)
Giving Hearts Day is a 24-hour virtual fundraiser, sponsored by The Impact Foundation every Valentine’s Day.
Just click on the link to make a donation of at least $10 to the charity of your choice, including some of my favorite causes like Theatre B, Trollwood Performing Arts School, Plains Art Museum, Rape and Abuse Crisis Center and Make-A-Wish of North Dakota. Your donation will be matched, doubling the good you can do for your favorite causes. Last year they raised over 1.6 million and they want to break their record.
This show consistently attracts a great range of art and a fun crowd. It’s sensual and occasionally naughty, sure, but it never veers into creeper territory. And this year you can also buy a ticket to watch the lovely ladies (and gentlemen) of Bad Weather Burlesque do their thing and catch some slightly scandalous poetry as well.
Sounds like more fun than a box of chocolates to me!
Visual Erotic Art Exhibition February 14-16 DK Custom Framing @ Gallery 14 14 Roberts Street Fargo, ND Bus: Routes 13, 13U, 14, 15 or 18
Opening 7 p.m. on Thursday (Valentine’s Day) Doors at 11 a.m. Friday and Saturday Free
Bad Weather Burlesque and Erotic Poetry by Christine Hoper and friends February 14-15 The New Direction (directly underneath DK Framing) Show at 9 p.m. 18+ $20 Tickets available at the door
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