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We’ll soon be entering fall, which means we’ll be  in the midst of the season of cozy nights and family seasonal fun. And if you’re planning to come to Dickinson in October or November, then you’ll find plenty of fun events waiting for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Coming up we have two relaxed concerts from talented musicians, as well as an opportunity to get into the (ghostly) spirit on the spookiest night of the year, halloween. You’ll find all the details you need to enjoy the events below.

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Folk at the university

It doesn’t get much better than listening to the whimsical lyrics and guitar of folk music, and especially so when it’s William Florian. A veteran of the game, he’ll be bringing his talents to Dickinson State University on October 11 to perform songs from the sixties.

Halloween fun

Halloween is coming! On October 31st, take your kids to downtown Dickinson for a trick or treat event. It’ll be even better if they’re dressed up on the evening, which promises to be bags of spooky fun!

A night of piano

If you’re a piano lover, then you won’t want to miss the event that’s taking place at Dickinson State University on November 13, when acclaimed pianist Charlie Albright will be showcasing the skills that have had him lauded as one of the finest musicians of his generation. Not to be missed.


Want to make sure you’re staying at the best hotel in Dickinson? Then book your stay at Astoria Hotel and Event Center Dickinson. You’ll receive spacious, well-appointed accommodations, which include plenty of amenities. There are multiple room types to choose from, all of which include a 42” television, free wifi, and a microwave and mini-fridge. Everything you need, in short, to enjoy a relaxing break from home.

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