This week: barn, beets, Barber

   

Here’s a sampling of what you have to look forward to this week on the PDD Calendar.

Basketball and Art Camps open today, but if you are just figuring this out, you are probably too late.

The Explorers Club series of films starts at the Zinema 2 this Tuesday with Restless City.

On Wednesday the Duluth Community Garden Project is offering a class at the Damiano Center on cooking beets from the garden and other gardening and cooking tips.

This week is your last to see Hair and Side Show and both are getting great reviews.

The Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra featuring Paul Bagley and Jonas Benson plays this Thursday at Weber Music Hall.

Want to see independent films in a big barn? Well the Free Range Film Fest runs Friday and Saturday with a bushel basketful of farm fresh films.

So what are you doing this week? Can we tag along? Any upcoming events that you want to promote? Let us know!`

6 Comments

Lawrence Lee

about 2 years ago

And I'm back from my two weeks of internet isolation. Thanks to Paul and Abby for taking care of the calendar in my absence.

Paul Lundgren

about 2 years ago

Two weeks until ... Hairball! Hairball! Hairball!

Lawrence Lee

about 2 years ago

Also there are two youth theater events this week worth checking out: The Oddest Sea at the Great Lakes Aquarium starting today. Disney's Alice in Wonderland at Superior High School Performing Arts Center starting tomorrow.

Herzog

about 2 years ago

How come no one including and especially the Transistor mention the Reader Festival happening today Saturday 28th? Is there some bitter school-gang type rivalry going on here? What's the beef? Want to talk about it? Did he say you guys were all wet behind the ears? And you never forgave him?

adam

about 2 years ago

Or maybe no one sent out press releases / promoted.

in.dog.neato

about 2 years ago

Boone promoted his event ... in his paper (did he poster, too?). If you don't read the Reader, you probably weren't in the know. He also has a "club" you can join to be a member of the Reader's cadre of online readers. (I almost hate using "Readers' readers" in any context. It seems so redundant.)

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