A sale for people who like cheap Christmas gifts. Home décor, books, toys, knickknacks, clothes, etc. Breakfast available in the morning, lunch in the afternoon. Coffee, espresso and baked goods all day. Discounted meals for students. Free wi-fi. Cash only.
Duluth Dance Church is a free-form dance party that takes place every first and third Sunday of the month. The event is family-friendly and designed for sober dancers of all ages and abilities looking for exercise, fun, or a spiritual of meditative experience. Attendees are encouraged to bring a yoga mat and comfortable clothes. The cost is $10, but attendees can pay on a sliding scale.
Yin yoga targets deep connective tissues -- ligaments, joints, bones and deep fascia networks -- in addition to muscles. Low lighting, rich essential oils and a lot of hands-on. Free for Birch Members.
This interfaith worship service celebrates the communities of faith supporting Dr. King's message. The service includes light refreshments, spoken word, music and more. An ASL interpreter will be present during the service. The 2020 theme is taken from Dr. King's speech "Give Us the Ballot and We Will Transform the South."
The theme is centered on King’s “Give us the Ballot and we Will Transform the South” speech. The breakfast will feature a community program and a livestream of Minneapolis’s MLK Celebration featuring Eric Holder, the former Attorney General of the U.S. who is currently focused on issues of redistricting and gerrymandering and how they affect voting rights.
Christian musical act Newsboys bring their "Greatness of Our God" tour to Duluth. Former members Peter Furler and Phil Joel join current Newsboys Michael Tait, Duncan Phillips, Jeff Frankenstein and Jody Davis. Tickets are $20-$60. VIP packages are available for an additional $25-$100.