Dozens of Pride of Dakota member businesses filled Memorial Hall and the legislative hall in the state Capitol in 2017 for the annual showcase of an array of products made in North Dakota. 

North Dakota businesses will transform the statehouse into a shopping mall for locally made products on Thursday during the Pride of Dakota Spring Capitol Showcase.

“Pride of Dakota companies will be selling and sampling unique products, such as gourmet foods, art, books, jewelry, clothing, home decor and much more,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “It’s an opportunity for Capitol visitors and state employees alike to shop for unique Pride of Dakota products and to meet the people who make them.”

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Capitol’s Memorial Hall and Legislative Hall on the first floor.

Goehring also encouraged Capitol visitors and employees to take in lunch at the Capitol Cafe, featuring North Dakota commodities and products made by Pride of Dakota companies.

Admission is free and open to the public. Visitors must pass through security at the south entrance to enter the Capitol.

Administered by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture, the Pride of Dakota program is celebrating its 34th anniversary this year. More than 540 North Dakota companies are Pride of Dakota members.

For a list of vendors scheduled to be at the Capitol, visit www.prideofdakota.com.

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