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22nd Red River Valley Boat Show Kicks Off

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For the 22nd year the FARGODOME is home to the one of the largest displays of boats and marine products in the area.

The Red River Valley Boat and Marine Products Show kicks off Friday at noon and runs through the weekend. The event features 100 exhibits and the latest in docks, jets skis, boats and everything you need for your lake place.

In addition to viewing the newest boats and products, you can also attend demonstrative seminars, from Dave Csanda and Jim Carroll.

Friday, January 24th
1:30 p.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
3:30 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands
5:30 p.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
7:00 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands
Saturday, January 25th    
11:30 a.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
1:00 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands
4:00 p.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
6:30 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands
Sunday, January 26th    
12:00 p.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
1:30 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands
3:00 p.m. Dave Csanda Getting The Most Out Of Your Angling Electronics
4:30 p.m. Jim Carroll Walleyes 2014: Tips Tactics & Trands

Adult tickets for the boat show are $7.50, children tickets are $2.50 and children under 5 are free.

Show hours:

Friday: Noon - 9:00 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tickets can purchased at the FARGODOME, discount coupons are available at area Stop-N-Go locations or Fargoboatshow.com.

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