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This week: Late-in-life fame, lakeside concerts and Lloyd Weber

Charles Bradley ABBA tribute Train

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

Today is the biggest single-day golf event Duluth has to offer-the Charter-Chamber Golf Classic.

The Explorers Club at Zinema 2 shows a film tomorrow about a soul singer who waited 48 years to make it.

Pack a picnic and loiter in the Glensheen lawn to hear Gaelynn Lea and Dan Dresser’s duo The Getarounds play a Concert by the Lake Wednesday.

On Thursday, Andrew Lloyd Weber’s rock opera Evita opens at the Playhouse.

Mama Mia! Friday there’s an ABBA tribute band playing Big Top Chautauqua. My, my.

Check out what are literally being called “the most extreme obstacle course races imaginable” at the Spirit Mountain Mudman Race on Saturday. Apparently they’ve never been in line for dinner at one of my family reunions, am I right?

The last day of the Chalk.a.Lot Sidewalk Chalk Festival is Sunday in downtown Two Harbors. Hey, maybe you can get there on this train.

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

5 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 6 years ago



A note for those who missed the three art openings last Friday: Euphoric Recall (art by Carla Hamilton), Extinct, Extant (art by Ryuta Nakajima, Adam Swanson, Ian Welshons and Eric Horn) and Jay Whitcomb's artwork are all still on display. Recommended viewing.

TimK

about 6 years ago

Dances on the Lakewalk this Friday July 19th at 7:00 pm!

-Berv

about 6 years ago

Sad trombone, awesome!!

johnbeargrease

about 6 years ago

What's up with the photo of Charles Bradley?

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