This week: smelt, bowls and vinyl

  

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

This week is Eat Downtown Week with $10 and $20 prix fixe menus in participating downtown restaurants.

The annual Empty Bowl fundraiser for Second Harvest Food Bank is Tuesday with a silent auction today at the Depot.

The Duluth Public Library is unloading all of its vinyl on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Godspell, a modern musical based on the stories and teachings of Jesus, goes up at the Duluth Playhouse on Thursday and runs for three weekends. It will be performed in the round.

Wise Fool Shakespeare presents James DeVita performing In Acting Shakespeare at the Fitger’s Spirit of the North Theater on Thursday and Saturday.

You have a choice of Vagina Monologues on Friday at AICHO and UMD.

You can sing along with the Sound of Music at CSS on Saturday.

Saturday is Bat Appreciation Day at Gooseberry Falls.

The second annual Run Smelt Run Parade is Sunday starting at the Lift Bridge in Canal Park.

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

4 Comments

EvilResident

about 9 years ago

I am going to see James DeVita performing In Acting Shakespeare on Saturday. I can't wait. I've heard nothing but good things about this show, and I really think EVERYONE should go, and that everyone should bring at least 3-5 people with them, and that everyone should go twice.

Lithis

about 9 years ago

The Library's vinyl sale is Tuesday and Wednesday, not Wednesday and Thursday.

[email protected]

about 9 years ago

The EGSA is trying the Publishing conference, scaled back to about 1/3 the size, on Friday:

https://www.facebook.com/events/288249277976079/?ref=22

edgeways

about 9 years ago

Bridget Riversmith Art show - Tales of Earth, Days to Come. Saturday 7p-9p at Adeline Inc

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