Zeitgeist Arts' fifth annual Spirit of the Times fundraiser features food, craft cocktails, wine and beer, live music and performances, dancing and more. Doors open at 6 p.m. with heavy appetizers, drinks and a silent auction. Programming in Teatro Zuccone and Zinema 2 theaters starts at 8. A dance party with DJ Kitten Kite begins at 9. Proceeds from this event support Zeitgeist's artistic programming and community development work. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit zeitgeistarts.com.
Greg Highlands has rocked and rolled, thumped guitarrón to yodeling cowboys, played blues and bluegrass, funky bass, gritty feedback and country grace. Over the years he has written more than 350 songs.
Every Friday and Saturday at 10:30, Renegade Theater Company's improv troupe splits into two teams to compete for points (which they earn from the referee) and laughter (which they earn from the audience).
Instructor: Brenda Willman. Finished samples may be viewed at sponsoring shops: Creations Quilt Shop/Duluth, Quilted Dog Quilt Shop/Cloquet, Hingeley Road Quilting/Floodwood. Kits available at sponsoring shops. Requires Hex N More Ruler. Lunch included.
Meet young-adult author Kirstin Cronn-Mills, who will read from and sign copies of her newest novel, Wreck. Set on the shores of Lake Superior, Wreck follows high-school junior Tobin Oliver as she navigates her father’s diagnosis of ALS.
Pooh bear is once again in search of honey. Along the way he meets his pals, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit and Owl, but soon discovers that Christopher Robin has been captured by the mysterious Backson. As they prepare for a rescue operation, the animals learn about teamwork, friendship and, of course, sharing snacks. Winnie the Pooh, runs May 11-26, Saturdays at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets can bed purchased anytime online, by calling 218-733-7555 or…
A farce in the truest sense of the word, The Government Inspector, follows the exploits of a small-town mayor and his accomplice as they get word that an inspector sent from the state would be examining their town incognito. Terrified that their massive corruption will be discovered, the mayor and his gang of officials mistake a low-level bureaucrat staying at a local inn as the inspector. Hilarity ensues as they try to bribe, seduce and dupe him in this case…
Duluth Parks and Recreation offers open pleasure-skating sessions on Sundays in Sill Arena at the Heritage Sports Center. A limited supply of skates are available to use for free; those who have their own should bring them. The cost of admission is $2 per person. Children under the age of 10 should be accompanied by an adult.
General membership meetings of the Duluth branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People are open to everyone. Membership is not required to attend, but it is encouraged and available for $30 per year. Meetings are held on the third Sunday of each month.
Cowboy Angel Blue, featuring William Earl Maxwell, James Pavala and Bill Bulenski, will play the complete Blood on the Tracks album. Duluth Dylan Fest pins will be available for a $5 donation. Duluth Dylan Fest runs May 18-26.