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This Week: green beer, glass slippers, quilts and more

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Here’s a bit of what you’ll find on this week’s PDD Calendar:

Minneapolis NAACP President Nakima Levy-Pounds speaks on the Black Lives Matter movement at UMD, Memorial Blood Centers is looking for your red stuff, the Zinema is showing a Sergei Eisenstein classic, the latest TED at the Teatro is all about belief and the lack of it, Duluth Mayor Emily Larson and City Councilor Zack Filipovich invite the public to a community listening session and The Underground gets loud about motherhood.

The green beer starts flowing on Thursday at Dubh Linn Irish Pub, former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke speaks on ethics at UMD, the cover bands just keep on coming, the Minnesota Ballet closes out its season with some glass-slipper business, the multi-day DuLutsen North of North Music & Ski Festival is popping off from March 16 to 21, it’s Motorhead Madness at the DECC and quilter Kathy McTavish invites the public to her studio for a special day.

2 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 3 years ago

Just announced: Babes in Toyland will play the Current's Duluth launch party at the Red Herring on April 1.

Another note: Something has been off on the PDD Calendar's timing over the past two days, perhaps associated with daylight saving time. The calendar has been shifting ahead to list the next day's events hours before it should. Sternly worded emails have been sent to geeks, so hopefully this will not be an issue today or into the future.

pellirojo

about 3 years ago

I believe Karen McTavish is the quilter not Kathy.

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