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PDD Calendar Index: Spirit of the Lights

Tuesday: Spirit of the Lights
Wednesday: Handel’s Messiah Singalong
Wednesday: Strong America Tour
Wednesday: Skate with Santa and Rudolph
Thursday: Carnage the Executioner
Thursday: “Harriet” Film Screening and Talkback
Thursday: Five Finger Death Punch
Friday: Arrowhead Ice Fishing and Winter Show
Friday: Minnesota Ballet’s The Nutcracker
Saturday: Chris Monroe’s Holiday Pop-Up

For a complete look at what’s happening today, tomorrow and on into infinity, visit perfectduluthday.com/calendar. And to view just the holly jolly holiday stuff, check out the Christmas category.

Dec. 17: St. Louis River Alliance Open House
Dec. 23: Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers
Dec. 27-28: Storm Wars
Dec. 31: Wussow’s New Year’s Eve Bash
Dec. 31: New Year’s by the Lake
Dec. 31: New Year’s Eve Time Warp

January

Jan. 4-5: Banff Mountain Film Festival
Jan. 10: Homegrown Winter Fiasco
Jan. 10-11: Gndwire Records Ski Party
Jan. 11: Norpine Fat Bike Classic
Jan. 17: 1964
Jan. 18: Short Shorts Film Festival
Jan. 20: Twin Ports MLK Rally
Jan. 24-26: Lake Superior Ice Festival
Jan. 24: Amahl and the Night Visitors
Jan. 25: Nordic Spirit Ski Race and Tour
Jan. 26: John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon
Jan. 30 to Feb. 9: Steel Magnolias
Jan. 31 to Feb. 2: Duluth Ice & Mixed Fest

February

Feb. 1: DSSO’s Obsession
Feb. 2: Super Bowl LIV
Feb. 6-15: The Little Prince
Feb. 8: Newsboys
Feb. 8: Cloud Cult
Feb. 11: Xavier Foley
Feb. 12-16: Duluth Boat, Sports, Travel and RV Show
Feb. 14-16: Sax-Zim Bog Winter Birding Festival
Feb. 14: LOON Valentine’s Day Soirée
Feb. 14: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
Feb. 14-29: Bright Star
Feb. 15: Duluth Polar Plunge
Feb. 20-29: The Arsonists
Feb. 22: American Birkebeiner
Feb. 25-26: Duluth Energy Design Conference and Expo
Feb. 29: Happy Birthday, Ludwig!

March

Mar. 3: Dallas Brass
Mar. 5-22: Machinal

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