For every $4 Duluth Traverse commemorative glass purchased at the Brewhouse, $2 will go to COGGS development of the Duluth Traverse Trail. Another $1 will be donated with every refill. A limited amount of glasses are available!!
This fundraising event runs May 19, 20, 21 and 22.
Start your Saturday evening out At Sara’s Table/Chester Creek Cafe and get in on some fantastic acoustic folk sounds performed by John Martin from 6-8. Partake in Happy Hour drink and food specials from 4-7 pm. After that, head out on the town to enjoy the eclectic live music scene that only Duluth can offer!
Heat up the cold night of Saturday, Jan. 15, with the African folk beats of Hank Turnquist. If it warms up a bit too much, grab a pint of Surly Furious or Bells 2 Hearted and get $2 off each pint from 4-7. Appetizer specials offered all evening!
Get in on some early music with the contemporary folk sounds of Hillside Heidi and Loose Gannon at Chester Creek Cafe Wine Bar. Enjoy a serving of our Nachos Grande with our special Rooster Q sauce and $2 dollars off of all beer and wine.
Come join us on Saturday, Jan. 1, from 6-8pm as we ring in the 2011 New Year at the Chester Creek Cafe Wine Bar. Listen to the sweet sounds of Sonja Steen and Old Western with happy hour 4-7pm and appetizer specials!
Get blown away by the sounds of TJ Trio, Terrol, Jane, and Kyle Keegan on Saturday, Dec. 18, at 6 p.m. Take advantage of $2 off all wine and beer from 5-7 including on tap favorites, Bells Two-Hearted and Surly Furious. Happy Hour appetizer specials all night in the Chester Creek Wine Bar.
Duluth charities and UMD can win up to $70,000 in this year’s Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year contest. Plus the alumni association that rallies the most votes will win an additional $10,000.
Bob Nielson is again in the running for NCAA Division II coach of the year, after nearly winning the title last season. Everyone can vote every day on their smart phone and each of their computers at coachoftheyear.com. Your vote could mean up to $80,000 for our community.
Check out this video created by three UMD students