Duluth's mega Christmas-light spectacular is the largest walk-through display of lights in America. Guests are invited to stroll under the glow of over 4 million lights in a 20-acre park on the shores of Lake Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Claus, along with Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, will be on hand for photos and handing out candy canes. This year's Bentleyville hours are 5 to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (and also Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Night) and 5…
Hermantown Community Church once again presents Light the Night. The show features LED lighting pre-programmed to music. The music is transmitted through car radios so listeners can stay warm inside their vehicles while enjoying the show. HCC also offers complimentary car-side apple cider and hot cocoa delivery.
Adeline Wright hosts this evening of storytelling and open mic journal sharing in the style of the Moth and Mortified podcasts. There will be an open mic journal-sharing segment. This is opportunity for anyone to read a journal entry, poem or other hilarious, serious or heart-wrenching writings from their youth. Gag Me with a Spoon events occur on the second Sunday of each month.
Burrito Union hosts a weekly Retro Game Night on Sundays, featuring classic video games from SNES, SN, N64 and more. Participants can win prizes by playing in tournaments. A different game is featured every week. No registration is required; participants can simply drop in anytime between 8 and 11 p.m.
This is a regular opportunity for parents and their young children to gather and interact in a large, open, indoor space, which has a store of toys, sports equipment and art materials available for use.
An event every week that begins at 5:00pm on Monday, repeating indefinitely
KUMD 103.3 FM's Highway 61 Revisited is a one-hour radio program dedicated to Bob Dylan’s music, airing weekly on Mondays and Saturdays at 5 p.m. Host DJ Miriam Hanson presents Dylan’s music, including live and studio performances as well as different versions of his songs performed by other artists. The program was launched by John Bushey, who hosted it for 25 years. He died in February 2018 after a long battle with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
The Finlandia Foundation Northland Chapter, curated by Duluthians who are Finnish and Finnish-American, host this event as a celebration of Finnish food and culture. After a dinner, there will be a free showing of the film Steam of Life (Finnish: Miesten Vuoro) in the Zinema. Following the film, guests are invited to join the curators in the Zeitgeist atrium for coffee, cookies and a post-film discussion. People can attend the dinner and film, or just attend the film screening for…
Kat Warner of Align Yoga leads a series of one-hour Vinyasa-style yoga classes on Mondays from Nov. 19 to Dec. 17. All levels are welcome. Mats/props are available in limited quantities. No reservations are needed. Cost is $13 per class or $48 for the series. For more information call 715-394-5712.
Parents meet with Duluth Core staff for their second parent support group session. The group discusses "The Learning Skills Continuum." The group meets each month to discuss different topics about learning, share ideas and techniques to use at home, and offer support for parents of children with learning challenges. All attendees receive a free copy of "At Wit's End" by Jill Stowell.
Parents and Pals Playtime is a space for infants, toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy safe and spacious indoor play with their parent or caregiver. Toys for large and small motor skills, imagination, individual and group play are all provided, as are snacks for children and adults.