5 Unique Culture Building Activities For Your Team

Written by: Fargo Inc
North Dakota State point guard, Vinnie Shahid


Long week at work and looking to let out frustration? Look no further than Triple Ax, where they allow you to unleash bad energy by throwing axes at a wall. Triple Ax, Fargo’s first ax-throwing range, launched in March 2019. They supply the axes and targets, all that’s left for you to do is throw. Anyone age 10 and older are welcome with a parent or legal guardian.

Wood Targets at Triple Ax in Fargo, ND


The Fargo Force have solidified their Tier 1 Junior Ice Hockey organization as one of Fargo’s greatest winter traditions. From putting a talented product on the ice to playing in one of Fargo’s nicest venues, Scheels Arena, the Force always know how to arouse a crowd in South Fargo. Tickets on the glass — up and close to the players — are as low as $25, so your team will be getting the most bang for your buck.

Fargo Force Game at Scheels Arena


There aren’t many better ways to improve team efficiency than by attempting to escape a locked room with one another in 60 minutes. Fargo offers three escape room venues to choose from: Fargo Escape Room, Puzzled Escape Rooms and Escape House Fargo. Each location provides different and unique themes from the other. Beating an escape room requires teamwork, speed, creativity and patience — a perfect recipe for culture building. Is your team up for the challenge? The clock starts as soon as you enter the room…

Fargo Escape Room Entry Door

Check out these other escape rooms around the state. 

Bismarck: Trapped in Bismarck

Grand Forks: Grand Forks Escape Room

Minot: Escape Point

Williston: Lost Key Escape Rooms


Similar to a Force game, this requires minimal to no effort besides getting there, the perfect opportunity for your team looking to just hang out and socialize. Under Head Coach Dave Richman, the men’s team will likely be projected to win the Summit League after earning a trip to the NCAA Tournament a season ago. So, your team is not only getting an entertaining product but a winning product as well — something new NDSU Women’s Head Coach Jory Collins is poised to bring to the women’s side. In addition to the part where basketball is being played, NDSU Athletics provides endless entertainment during timeout and quarter breaks that’ll keep your team entertained and engaged.

Getting season tickets is also a great way to treat your employees and customers as you can give those out whenever you want.


From filling food carts at Emergency Food Pantry to light housekeeping and yard work at Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities in Fargo-Moorhead.

Emergency Food Pantry Volunteer. Stacking shelves with food.

Want to volunteer but just can’t find the right fit? Impact Foundation provides great tools on their website that help you find a volunteer opportunity that aligns with the experience that you are looking for. When you find an opportunity that interests you, you can apply for that opportunity within the volunteer description on the site. Your information will go directly to the charity that posted the opportunity.

Visit impactgiveback.org/app/

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Brady Drake is the editor of Fargo INC!