Have you bought everything on your Christmas list yet?
Whether you're just starting or finishing up, the Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase is a great place for shopping.
North Dakota vendors spent the afternoon setting up for the Holiday Showcase, transforming the North Dakota State Fair Center into Santa's workshop.
Pride of Dakota is a marketing assistance program through the North Dakota Department of Agriculture.
It was started in 1985 and it's now 500 members strong.
The number of booths is up 15 percent from last year, and in spite of the winter wonderland promise, most vendors are still making the trip.
(Katie Pinkie, Marketing and Information Division Director for the ND Dept of Agriculture) "It's a good chance to come out and shop. Even if it's a little snowy, which we haven't seen snow yet, pull on your boots and come support the small businesses that will be here. Over 120 of them."
The Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase is open Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 11-4.
Admission is $2, kids 12 and under are free -- and active military are welcome at half price on Saturday.