PDD Calendar Index: Salt in the Snow

Wednesday: Breanne Marie and the Front Porch Sinners
Wednesday: Actual Wolf
Thursday: Gobble Gallop
Thursday: Twin Ports Thanksgiving Buffet
Friday: Duluth National Snocross
Friday: Christmas City Express
Saturday: Local Authors on Small Business Saturday
Saturday: Cyr Album Release Show
Sunday: Heavy on Wrestling
Sunday: Vikings vs. Packers

To view only merry holiday events, visit the PDD Calendar’s Christmas category.

For a complete look at what’s happening today, tomorrow and on into infinity, visit perfectduluthday.com/calendar.

Nov. 26: Untitled
Nov. 29: Peppa Pig Live!
Nov. 29: Beauty and the Beast
Nov. 29: Dance Works
Nov. 30: Julebyen Scandinavian Christmas Village
Nov. 30: Cuckoo Bees CD Release
Nov. 30: Boognish Rising

Dec. 1: Jingle Bell Run
Dec. 1-2: Duluth Winter Village
Dec. 1: DSSO’s Home for the Holidays
Dec. 1: Surfing the Holidays with the Fractals
Dec. 2: Pikkujoulu
Dec. 21: Winter Solstice
Dec. 31: Beaner’s New Year’s Eve Bash

Jan. 24: Arrowhead Regional Biennial Exhibition
Jan. 27: John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon

Feb. 1: Where’s My Money?
Feb. 7: Love’s Labor’s Lost
Feb. 9: DSSO’s British Isles
Feb. 9: Cloud Cult
Feb. 15: I and You
Feb. 23: DSSO’s Catch the Big Wave
Feb. 28: Newsies

March 1: Outside Mullingar
March 1: Wiley and the Hairy Man
March 5: Charles Yang and Peter Dugan
March 7: Time’s Up
March 10: Rio Bravo
March 16: DSSO’s Across Germany
March 21: What She Said One-Act Festival
March 28: Harlem Globetrotters
March 28: Sweeney Todd

April 4: Sweetwater Shakedown Music & Ski Festival
April 5: The Fan
April 11: Luke Combs
April 13: DSSO’s Toward the Heavens
April 15: Diana Krall
April 16: Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio and Erin Aldridge
April 18: Sister Act
April 19: Cirque de Soleil
April 28: Homegrown Music Festival

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