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…
Lake Avenue Restaurant and Bar is teaming up with 4 Bells, Minnesota's award-winning seafood house, to present an evening of traditional southern ingredients used in innovative dishes with modern flair and artful presentations. This six-course dinner (plus dessert) will be paired with wines from the Rhone region via Bourget Imports.
Duluth's Parks and Recreation Division invites local senior citizens to a holiday party with a Chinese dinner and live entertainment by the Duluth East High School Choralaires. Tickets must be purchased by Dec. 3. There will be no ticket sales at the door. To purchase tickets contact Senior Center Coordinator Theresa Mellinger at 218-730-4307 or tmellinger @ duluthmn.gov.
The St. Louis River Alliance is holding a grand opening and celebration for its new space in the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace, Suite 208. Local photographer Michael K. Anderson's "Estuary Collection" will be on display. There will be wine and snacks. New members will be entered to win a hand-carved chickadee by Bill Majewski. Take the online Aquatic Invasive Species training and be automatically entered to win a canoe paddle from Bending Branches.
The four-hour Curling & Brews Experience starts out with a two-hour learn-to-curl session at Duluth Curling Club where veteran curling instructors teach technique, the rules, and how to place stones right inside the house. Then it's off to Ursa Minor Brewing for a behind-the-scenes brewery tour, VIP sampling and a handmade Neapolitan-style pizza. The Curling & Brews Experience includes: Interpretive tour with expert guides Two hours of curling and on-ice practice with veteran curling instructors One complimentary beer at Duluth…
Duluth's Parks and Recreation Division invites local senior citizens to a holiday party with a chicken Kiev and rice pilaf dinner and live entertainment by Jerry Allan. Tickets must be purchased by Dec. 3. There will be no ticket sales at the door. To purchase tickets contact Senior Center Coordinator Theresa Mellinger at 218-730-4307 or tmellinger @ duluthmn.gov.
As the sun sets in on the the longest night of the year, Honor the Earth and Chef Sean Sherman (aka the Sioux Chef) celebrate the abundance of Anishinaabe Akiing. The four-course indigenous feast will feature Native foods in "pre-contact" recipes, prepared using the traditional ways. The feasts will be themed to the current moon of the Anishinaabe calendar, Manidoo Giizisoons, Little Spirit Moon. A social hour with traditional music begins at 5 p.m., and dinner will be served at…
Our Savior's Church offers free meals on the fourth Saturday of each month. The offerings include a choice of pancakes, gluten-free sausage, gluten-free eggs, cereals, coffee and juice. Those wishing to volunteer or sponsor a meal may contact Cathy at Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Sponsored by Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Asbury United Methodist Church.
Geek League is an opportunity to play board games, take video game challenges or play some D&D and earn Geek League Points. Geek League Points earn those in attendance free drinks and prizes. Attendees are welcome to bring their own games, though Blacklist has many to offer.
Bring one or more vegan cookbooks from the collection of the Duluth Public Library and one or more recipes from other books. (If possible, bring a few copies of the recipe to share.) Also bring questions and discoveries about plant-based cooking and baking.
Each year Head of the Lakes United Way thanks its community partners and celebrates the results of its efforts to make the Duluth area a great place to live and work. The Live United Luncheon will bring together all of the Head of the Lakes United Way communities including Ashland-Bayfield, Greater Duluth, the North Shore of Minnesota and Superior-Douglas County.