I guess this one is right up there with “Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball?” and “Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio.”
This is the view looking up from inside the new main entrance to Denfeld High School. The main floor of the new addition connects to the old building through the auditorium lobby. The main floor of the addition will include a new cafeteria and common area, administrative offices and media center.
On Friday, Oct. 22, Friday, there will be a benefit for PeaceLoveHaiti at R.T. Quinlan’s starting around 9 with all $5 of the cover going to the charity.
Little Black Books will be playing, as well as Tony Bennett as the lone acoustic guy, but we need a headliner!!! Are you in a band that will donate one night of rock (hip hop, reggae, funk, folk, socca, whatev) to help us help Haiti?
PeaceLoveHaiti is a nonprofit group made up of 2 RNs. We go to Port au Prince and try to help as many people as possible by running mobile clinics in the tent cities there. We have a blog — peacelovehaiti.blogspot.com.
We need to make some drug money so we can bring plenty of vitamins, antibiotics, etc. with us. If you are seriously interested please email us at peacelovehaiti @ yahoo.com
Our third COGGS Movie Night at the Zinema is this Thursday, Sept. 30 at 7:15.
We’ll be watching Bicycle Dreams, an award winning documentary on the Race Across America. The RAAM is one of the most difficult ultra endurance events in the country, requiring cyclists to traverse 3,000 miles over 10 days. The documentary details what it takes to compete in this event and the level of insanity that most of the racers exhibit to even entertain the notion.
Tickets are $7.50. It’s highly recommended you get yours early to reserve a seat.
Proceeds go to COGGS, the organization that has built and maintains multi-use singletrack trails at Mont du Lac, Spirit Moutain, Piedmont, Hartley and Lester-Amity.
Saturday, Oct. 9
Hundreds of area residents will be sleeping outside Saturday, Oct. 9, at Wade Stadium in an effort to raise donations to aid the homeless in our community.
Night Without a Home Sleep Out and Fundraiser will include a homelessness demo along with music and many great speakers. Funds and items collected by participants will benefit the more than 500 homeless in our community at the Project Homeless Connect event to be held at the Washington Center on Oct. 28.
A Night Without a Home asks participants not just to learn about homelessness but to be part of the solution to raise awareness of homelessness in our own community by sleeping outside for a night. The event is also intended to raise donations that will help those in our community who don’t yet have the option of a warm bed. Participants will be joined by a group of speakers featuring residents who have experienced homelessness, faith leaders, and community leaders.
For more information you can call Scott at 218-590-0943 or send an e-mail to twinportsaction @ charter.net.
Kids Carnival starts at 10 am
Softball Challenge at 11 am
Registration for Night Out starts at 4 pm
Music, homelessness demo, food, art
This Friday night Duluth’s own Loup-Garou will be taking the stage at Beaner’s Central along side St. Paul’s Lotus Eater for a night of rowdy and hearty indie-folk music.
Come enjoy some tunes whilst sipping a coffee drink, tea, beer, or eating a sandwich (might I suggest the Naughty Bird?), scone, or parfait.
Show starts at 8pm \ $5 cover charge \ only 2 bands \ all the smiles you can handle.
This fall, the Encounter Youth Center in downtown Duluth is celebrating over 100,000 total visits from young people since opening in November of 2002. To celebrate this momentous occasion, a full mini-golf course will be set-up throughout the 38,000-square-foot, multi-level facility. Games will be offered free for all ages. The hours for the course will be:
Thursday, Oct. 7, from 12pm – 9pm (course will open after ribbon cutting at noon)
Friday, Oct. 8, from 5pm – 9pm
Saturday, Oct. 9, from 10am – 5pm
“Come feel the cool and shadowed breeze,
come smell your way among the trees,
come touch rough bark and leathered leaves:
Welcome to the night.”
With Joyce Sidman’s (Wayzata) poems and the illustrations Rick Allen (Duluth) spent nearly two years printing, Dark Emperor received four starred reviews (from Booklist, Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus & Horn Book) and was chosen as a Junior Library Guild Selection–even before its official release date!
Booksigning with Rick Allen
October 2, from 1-4pm
361 Canal Park Dr