This week: parades, polka, belly dancers, baseball and Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!


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

Today is Memorial Day and that means cookouts and a big, old fashioned parade.

The Huskies have their home opener at the Wade on Wednesday! And if you can’t make that, they play the St. Could Rox again on Thursday.

The Duluth Superior Film Festival opens on Wednesday as well and runs until Sunday playing at various venues.

The Royal Family opens at the Duluth Playhouse on Thursday and runs for two weekends.

And you can polka until you can’t polka no more at the Chmielewski International Polka Fest running Friday through Sunday at Black Bear Casino.

To round out the week on Saturday Rubber Chicken Theater is celebrating the 30th anniversary of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan with a live reading of the script at the Fitger’s theater featuring such luminaries as Mayor Don Ness, George Kessler, John Munson, Lawrance Bernabo and Brian Matuszak as James Tiberius Kirk himself.

Or, if you prefer, belly dancing. Desert Journeys is a showcase of belly dancing this Saturday at the Harbor City International School Theater.

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



about 8 years ago

Releasing an EP this Saturday at Beaner's Central! Playing with Zoo Animal and Carebears Carebears Yeah (who you'll not want to miss)


about 8 years ago

This is another week using which I would like to clone myself, so I don't miss anything. I am hitting opening night for Royal Family Thursday. My friend Julie Ahasay is directing, so I know it's going to be fabulous! AND Jack Setterlund says he's going to wear an ascot!

Murder on Silk Friday and Saturday at the Playground!!!! Alan Sparhawk and Gaelyn Lee perform their haunting music while Lee Zimmerman interprets it by painting on silk.


about 8 years ago

MY George? Reading in "The Wrath of Khan"? I thought MY George was gone? Probably will miss all the excitement this weekend, but, GEEZE....MY GEORGE! No wonder I've been thinking of moving back to Duluth!

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