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This event has been canceled. The annual parade along Grand Avenue in West Duluth features marching bands, floats, antique cars, motorcycles and military groups. It is coordinated by Duluth Women of Today.
The St. Louis County Board of Commissioners generally meets at 9:30 a.m. on the first, second and fourth Tuesday of each month at various locations. St. Louis County buildings remain closed until further notice. To ensure safe physical distancing, as well as public access and transparency, the county board will meet via Webex. The meeting will be conducted from the Liz Prebich Conference Room in the Virginia Government Services Center. In-person attendance by the public is not permitted, and some…
COVID-19 protocol will be in effect -- see duluthfarmersmarket.com for rules. Lots of bedding plants, perennials, annuals and much more. Open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon and Wednesdays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Local is a weekly showcase of local and regional music on 103.3 FM KUMD, streaming at kumd.org.
The Stender School of Business and Technology offers four graduate certificate programs. Join this Zoom session to learn about graduate certificate offerings and courses, hear from a former student and meet faculty in the program. The session is on Zoom at css.zoom.us/j/968734320.
This event has been canceled. This professional development series consists of five full-day, non-credit workshops designed to build a foundation of knowledge and skills for emerging leaders or to reinforce core components of leadership for existing leaders.
Rey performs covers and originals online every Thursday until June 18 as a part of her "Quaranstream Thursdays" series.
Duluth Toastmasters Club 1523 typically meets in person every Thursday. The group is meeting online with Zoom due to the Corona virus COVID-19 pandemic. Visit 1523.toastmastersclubs.org for details.
The Iron River, Wisconsin venue steps up to help folks who make their living playing music, offering their space and tech for livestreamed performances. Thursdays at 7 p.m. Full schedule below: April 30: Bentley Brehm May 7: Tom Draughon and TrueGrass May 14: Oh Bros May 21: Ed Willet and Cheryl Leah May 28: Yasmine Bowers Virtual tip jar: https://www.paypal.me/whitewinterlive
This event has been postponed until further notice. The time: 1872. The claim: The world can be traveled in 80 days. The wager: 20,000 pounds. Phileas Fogg sets off with a itinerary and new valet in tow, but with bandits, a damsel in distress, and transportation problems, the traveling pair may discover the unpredictable just might be the most rewarding of all. But, will they make the deadline? The adventure is filled with rescues, duels, and romance while traveling by…
Simply Superior is a news and public affairs program focused on events and issues in northwestern Wisconsin, hosted by Robin Washington. The former editor of the Duluth News Tribune and supervising editor of the Superior Telegram, Washington is an editorial board member of the Boston Globe and a contributing reporter to Boston’s WGBH. His work has also appeared on NPR, BET News and in dozens of newspapers nationwide. Danielle Kaeding, WPR’s northern region reporter, also contributes to the program. The…
Come ready to rock with the Border Town Betties: The Fractals play from 6 to 9 p.m. and the Duluth Dolls performing from 9 to 10. There will be a hula hoop contest during the band’s intermission. Beachy attire from the 1960s is suggested. Tickets are available through Eventbrite for $20 in advance or $25 at the door. All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. There will be a bar with beer and wine available.
The Big Top Chautauqua crew makes do during a time without live concerts. Hosted by Wisconsin author Michael Perry and featuring members of the Blue Canvas Orchestra in their living rooms.