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Clean Recovery Services Presents Mark Lundholm

Mark Lundholm | CSS | Sept 17

Mark Lundholm | CSS | Sept 17

Beaners Anniversary Week!

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A Truly Superior Saturday

Walt Dizzo Bowling Party

…and after some exciting bowling – everyone is welcome to attend the musical festivities.

Walt Dizzo Birthday Show
Danger Strangers are from CA, Captain Black from TN, High Life and Cars & Trucks represent the home team

Homeschooling Information Night

Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2009
7-9 p.m., Barnes & Noble at Miller Hill Mall

Northland CORE hosts “Homeschooling Information Night” and will lead a discussion with experienced homeschooling parents. Topics will include Minnesota laws, registering students with local school districts, methods of homeschooling, testing, support groups or whatever else comes up! www.northlandcore.org

Farmers Market at UMD: Wednesday

Farmers Market at UMD
Every Wednesday 2-4:30
UMD Kirby Plaza Bus Hub
Local Produce, Music and Artisans!

Veg Week Planning Meeting

Veg Week starts Sept. 29 and we need as many volunteers to help plan the events as possible. Are you involved with a local band? Have an in at veggie friendly establishments? Want to host a veggie potluck? Interested in passing out information at local colleges or distributing posters?

We are meeting at Beaner’s at 10:30 this coming Saturday (August 8). You need not be vegan/veggie to join us – all are welcome!

Romeo and Juliet’s Tragic Comedy

When:    Thursday, August 20, 2009

Where: Superior High School
2600 Catlin Ave.
Superior, WI

Time:  Doors open at 7:00

Tickets:  $5 donation at the door

Brought to you by CHOICE, unlimited.

Romeo and Juliet’s Tragic Comedy is an outreach production by the BOLD-choice Theatre Company (Battling Obstacles Living with Disabilities). The production reveals the abilities and talents of persons living with disabilities to audiences, opening new channels for dialogue and providing a venue to “talk” across barriers.

For more information visit www.choiceunlimited.org or call the Arts Program Coordinator, Annie Roseen, at 218-724-5869

Fundraiser for Patrick McKinnon

Please join us for a fundraising and book release event for Patrick
McKinnon on Sunday, August 16, 7:00 pm at Teatro Zuccone, 222 E.
Superior St. in Duluth. Patrick, cofounder of Poetry Harbor and Poetry Motel, recently had a large non-cancerous brain tumor removed and needs help with expenses.

Readings by Jim Northrup, Al Hunter, Denise Sweet, Kyle Elden, Devin McKinnon, Bob Monahan, Ellie Schoenfeld, Deb Cooper, Cal Benson, Liz Minette, and Sheila Packa. Music by The Cherry Ferris Wheels, Andy & Vincent, Kathy McTavish, and Jim Hall.

$10 – $ 10,000 suggested donation. If cash is short and good wishes are what you’ve got, that’ll get you in the door, too. Also, Pat has a new book which will be released the night of this fundraiser – The Save My Butt Book: Poetry by Patrick McKinnon.

Got A Motorcycle, Part Deux

Bring it out and ride!

Aurora Baer at Carmody

Every Tuesday 9:00 -1:00 pm. Folk, blues and jazz performed with vocals, guitar and harmonica. Come check it out!

http://www.myspace.com/50874956

Benefit concert features Bill Bastian

The Northland’s tenor extraordinaire, Bill Bastian, will headline a concert to benefit two Iraqi refugees attending St. Scholastica in the fall.

When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 2
Where: Mitchell Auditorium on the College of St. Scholastica campus