Events in the Duluth area that either cannot be attended in person or the primary audience is participating or viewing via the internet on platforms such as Zoom, YouTube, Webex, etc. See individual event descriptions for details.
Featuring David and Kristen Austin, their four-year-old Hugo and other local artists every Saturday morning. Streaming live on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok. Explore new abstract and modern art techniques in a family-friendly atmosphere, with viewers watching and asking questions live from around the world. Use new media and tools to create paintings and art together.Find out more »
Shayla Drake (Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development) and Jason Beckman (SOAR Career Solutions) provide insight into the successful integration of second-chance hiring into staffing strategies.Find out more »
This 12-to-16-hour class reoccurs monthly and is held as a four-part series each month. The course always begins on the second Wednesday of every month. Attendees can learn about budgeting to create savings, understanding credit reports, getting out of debt, avoiding predatory lending and getting a mortgage. A Homebuyer Education Certificate is presented upon completion. This month's sessions are being held online via Zoom. To register email okrenz @ communityactionduluth.org.Find out more »
Do people still believe in angels and demons? Is it possible to hold such beliefs today? Join St. Scholastica as they explore these questions and more from a Catholic perspective with Fr. Gregory Pine, OP, instructor at the Dominican House of Studies and an Assistant Director of the Thomistic Institute. Visit css.edu for the registration and webinar link.Find out more »