Dandelion snow or cottonwood seeds or willow dust or something.
The YWCA Spirit Valley Supportive Housing Program will be collecting new and gently used pajamas and night wear for women and children at the historic YWCA Trepanier Hall on Wednesday, June 24th (tomorrow!) from 10-4. All pajamas will be donated to local women’s shelters.
Trepanier Hall is located at 212 W Second St. in downtown Duluth.
If you can’t make it during those times, you can drop donations off at the YWCA administrative offices at the Building For Women, 32 E First St. anytime this week.
Questions? Contact Tammi at 624-5451 x 10
Volunteers have prepared over 900 pies for Saturday’s 5th annual Rhubarb Festival.
“We are even selling rhubarb burritos again this year,” Pies and Treats committee co-chair Char Juntunen said in a prepared statement. “We tried the Burritos last year at the last minute and they were a hit!” Read more.
Row, row, row your boat
Over 250 rowers from more than six clubs are expected to compete in the Duluth Rowing Club’s 51st Annual International Rowing Regatta on Saturday, July 11. Read more.
Thurs, July 2
The Bike Cave, 1712 Jefferson St.
9pm- Film screening
Bike on down to the Cave for an evening of food and film! We’ll be screening Veer, a new documentary film that follows five bike enthusiasts over the course of a year, illuminating their struggles and triumphs while depicting different aspects of today’s bike culture.
Veer trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jyv0JchtTpQ
Ride your bike, bring a friend, and bring something to share!
the B.C.C is a sober space.
I was at 26th Avenue East and London Road when I saw these two cars. They’re a little unusual, so I thought it was funny to see two together. The question that lingers for me: Is it possible these people are together? Do friends ever buy the same kind of car so they’ll match?
Come join us for a casual bike ride through downtown Duluth, Canal Park, and wherever else our wheels may take us to celebrate cycling, promote sustainable transport, and take back the streets from automobiles’ boring and destructive business-as-usual.
Critical Mass is a leaderless ride that happens in cities throughout the world on the last Friday of each month. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate! Come dressed up in costume, birng noisemakers, decorate your bike! (this is a parade of sorts)
In Duluth we meet at Leif Erickson Park by Leif’s statue at 5:30pm. After the ride, riders tend to congregate and socialize in a public area, whether it is Leif Erickson, Lake and Superior St, etc. Food Not Bombs will provide free food.
Hope to see you this Friday!