Children can explore an authentic Montessori environment, socialize with peers and parents can get expert advice on parenting and learn the benefits of a Montessori approach. This weekly playgroup is for kids 0-3 and their parents. It's facilitated by Laura Goodman, Licensed Parent Educator and Head of School at Montessori School of Duluth. No group on 12/26, 1/2, 2/20, or 4/10. $5/family drop-in rate, $12/mo with pre-registration. Leave a message at 218-728-4600 or email [email protected] for info.
Play Gym is a weekly 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.
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.
Main Library Green Room, every Wednesday. 30 minutes of stories, songs and fingerplays. Parents are welcome to attend with their preschoolers, but may also treat it as a first independent activity for their children. Meet in Youth Services.
Administrative professionals are invited to celebrate Administrative Professional Day at this luncheon with speakers on wellness and employee generational trends. Use the following website to register for the event- WITC website event.
Duluth Yoga hosts a yoga sculpt class. This yoga sculpt class is donation-based. All proceeds go directly to the Program to Aid Victim of Sexual Assault. This class is a high-energy way for participants tone and sculpt their entire bodies, while reviving up their metabolism. The class is taught by Jessie Helbacka-Peterson.
The Duluth Economic Development Authority generally meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the City Council Chambers at Duluth City Hall. Agendas and minutes can be found at dulutheda.org. DEDA works to stimulate business investment, expand economic prosperity, grow the local tax base and strengthen public-private partnerships in the Duluth area. It is governed by seven commissioners made up of three city councilors and four citizens.
Mayor of Duluth Emily Larson explores living and working with faith at the center of self and service as part of the Benedictine Days series sponsored by the Center for Spirituality and Enrichment at St. Scholastica Monastery. There is no fee for Benedictine Days events, but gifts to support the Center for Spirituality and Enrichment (a mission of the Sisters of St. Scholastica) are gratefully accepted. Space is limited and registration is available online.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Distinguished Diversity Lecture and Art Series presents Austin Channing Brown in the Yellowjacket Union Great Room. A leading new voice on racial justice and author of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, Brown is committed to exploring the intersections of racial justice, faith and black womanhood. I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, has received acclaim from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Booklist and other reviewers. Brown’s writing can…
As a part of Duluth Community Days and to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Duluth News Tribune, Glensheen will be open to the public for free general admission tours, which regularly cost $18 per person. The first admission will be welcomed at 6 p.m. and the last tour admission will enter at 9 p.m. This will be a first come, first serve tour offering. Similar to Glensheen’s “Night at the Museum” event in the fall, there will be a…
1964 Olympic Gold Medalist Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota) discusses his athletic career and share about the organization he started following his Olympic success, Running Strong - for American Indian Youth. The talk will explore the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and include an opportunity for guests to ask questions and meet Billy Mills. A donation of $10 is suggested. For more information, contact Ivy Vainio at [email protected]
This 1.5 hour cocktail class given by Kai leads participants through a demonstration and tasting of four "lovely libations" with Cuban influences. The participation fee includes a hands-on approach to learn how to craft cocktails as well as instruction on bartending practices. Participants are placed at the bar to craft all four cocktails in a fun (and delicious) group learning experience in one of Minnesota's top ranked bars. The bar is still open to public, table service only. Tickets are…