Led by Local Market Day artisan Lanae Rhoads, attendees will create and take home lip balm made with 100% natural ingredients. Registration required.
The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly After Hours networking event this month is hosted by Miller Hill Mall. The group will meet in the Center Court by Inside Entrance 2 near the Ulta Beauty Store & Salon. Several Miller Hill Mall restaurants will be providing appetizers and treats. Canal Park Brewing Company will operate a cash bar. The cost is $5 for chamber members and $10 for non-members. To register for the event visit duluthchamber.com.
For the first time, local high school students will host an Empty Bowl event to benefit Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank. In the past, Second Harvest has held an annual Empty Bowl event pairing food and art together, with all proceeds from purchased ceramic bowls and donations going to the food bank. This year the Second Harvest was unable to organize the event, and high school students are stepping in with a similar event featuring bowls created by local…
Work on an extensive habitat restoration project will take place this summer in the St. Louis River estuary, where the river enters Lake Superior. Staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will host a public open house in May to share information and answer questions about the Kingsbury Bay/Grassy Point habitat restoration project. The two-part project will restore 240 acres of coastal wetland habitat in the upper St. Louis River estuary, a wetland complex between Duluth and Superior, Wisconsin.…
Gary New Duluth Community Center hosts zumba classes every Tuesday night. The cost is $5 per session or $4 with a punch card.
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson continues her commitment of outreach to Duluth residents through City Hall in the City community listening sessions held in neighborhoods across the city. Mayor Larson started these listening sessions in partnership with city councilors to ensure residents have an opportunity to speak directly to their elected officials one-on-one. As a part of this year’s series, each session will focus on a topic. The first session will provide a presentation from the City of Duluth Parks &…
Group meets on the third Tuesday of each month from September to May at the UMD Chester Park building (enter from Clover and Woodland). 31 W. College St., Duluth.
Castle Danger Brewery hosts this weekly Trivia Mafia event. About Trivia Mafia It is designed for teams of 1-8 people and lasts about an hour and a half. Prizes will be awarded to four winners. There are six rounds of trivia, two are general knowledge and the other four are categories about a variety of topics from movies to geography to historical events. Examples include: Vikings Behaving Badly, Child Actors, Christmas Trees from Movies. At halftime there will be a…
Try out bocce ball (on a court) or bean bags for free during Skyline's open courts. Before bocce ball and bean-bag leagues start at Skyline, the courts will be open for everyone. Bring a team to practice, play a pre-season game with friends and coworkers, or learn the rules. The league coordinator will be available to answer questions (and maybe give a few tips).
Booze and knowledge go hand in hand. Fresh questions weekly. A pitcher of beer and pizza go to the champs.
A guided hike that starts at the Western Waterfront Trailhead parking lot just off of Grand Avenue (7011 Pulaski St.) and follows the path along the St. Louis River for approximately two miles. This hiking and biking trail system is a flat route on a hard-packed gravel surface, winding along the river. Women and children of all ages are welcome.
Greg Tiburzi draws from influences including rock from the Chuck Berry era on out, pop, folk and world music to compose his songs on guitar and harmonica. He is also known for his a wide repertoire of Bob Dylan songs. During this set he partners with Steve Johnson to perform the entire Nashville Skyline album, along with other Dylan songs.
The cost is $2 for a sheet of three bingo cards. All proceeds support Woodland hockey and upkeep of the neighborhood rink.
All skill levels are encouraged to register. Individuals will register as "free agents" and will be drafted onto a team and informed prior to league start. Basic skills and experience questions are asked to help balance teams as best as possible. Registration is open to participants 16 years old and older.
Denfeld Jazz Band and Concert Bands perform jazz, classical, pops and rock music during the annual Senior Concert.
The Illusionists touring magic show comes to Duluth as part of its North American Tour. Tickets for the Illusionists are available at ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000 or in person at the DECC Ticket Office.
Sir Ben's hosts an open mic every Tuesday night. Call 218-728-1192 on the day of the event to sign up for a performance slot. All ages and talents are welcome.
This one-hour fitness class is held Mondays and Wednesdays and taught by certified YMCA instructors. Classes are $5 per session. With purchase of a $40 punch card, the cost is $4 per session.
Play Gym is a weekly opportunity for parents and their young children to gather and interact in a large, open, indoor space, which has a store of toys, sports equipment and art materials available for use.