More than 50 booths were setup at the State Capitol Thursday for Pride of Dakota Day.
Everything from food, to apparel and arts and crafts, there was a lot on display for people to look at and even purchase.
Vendors say it's a great way to show what they do in the community and get a chance to talk with customers.
"Oh yes, we have lots of customers that come back every year, which is part of the reason we love coming back," Marisa Iverson, Owner Exceptionally Nuts said.
Pride of Dakota day is held to give Capitol employees and visitors an opportunity to see the great products that are made right here in North Dakota.
"I'm out here just because I'm a state employee and it's the one week that they recognize employees, so just kind of taking part and coming here and enjoying ourselves going to the different booths and seeing what the Pride of North Dakota has to offer," Jaime Fuchs of Bismarck said.
"Well I kind of like the Grandma's cookin, because it reminds me of what my mother in law used to make," Janet Stamm of Wisconsin said.
Capitol visitors and employees also were invited to a breakfast and lunch at the Capitol Cafe.