A free dinner, black history bingo, prizes and more. Bus transport is available -- call 218-336-8860 (ext. 8) with questions. This event is one of the Myers-Wilkins family nights, but will be hosted at Denfeld High School.
From her escape from slavery through the dangerous missions she led to liberate hundreds of slaves through the Underground Railroad, the story of heroic abolitionist Harriet Tubman is told. PG-13, 2019. Drama/Action, 2h 5m.
The Twin Ports Genealogical Society presents "Cemeteries: Your Own 'Historial Museum,'" where attendees can learn how to locate, record information, photograph and clean stones. The session is held in the Blue Room. A short Twin Ports Genealogical Society meeting is held right before the event.
The Essentia Health Cancer Center and Foundation present the true story of one man’s visionary quest to find a cure for cancer. Today, Jim Allison is a name to be reckoned with throughout the scientific world — a 2018 Nobel Prize winner for discovering the immune system’s role in defeating cancer — but for decades, he waged a lonely struggle against the skepticism of the medical establishment and the resistance of Big Pharma. Hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and patient stories included.
Every year the Duluth Preservation Alliance recognizes owners of homes, buildings and structures who have preserved and maintained their property, thereby contributing to the community’s historical character.
Zenith Bookstore and Cafe Scientifique Twin Ports host Sue Leaf, who will present her new book Minnesota's Geologist: The Life of Newton Horace Winchell. This is the story of the scientist who first mapped Minnesota’s geology, set against the backdrop of early scientific inquiry in the state. Tracing Newton Horace Winchell’s path to becoming a leading light of an emerging scientific field, Minnesota’s Geologist recreates the early days of scientific inquiry in Minnesota, when one man’s passion for learning could…