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 »
The American Indian Community Housing Organization and its community partners Mashkawisen Treatment Center, St. Louis County and Minnesota Public Health via Zoom for a session on cultural healing with recovery from addiction. The guest speaker, Sharyl Whitehawk, is a Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe tribal member and is a level III addictions counselor and licensed alcohol and drug counselor at the Khunsi Onikan Native Women’s Treatment Program at the American Indian Family Center in St. Paul. She will discuss…Find out more »
The fourth annual Seize Opportunities and Rise Conference is an online and in-person seminar for women business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders in the Duluth area. Events run Oct. 11-13. Events on Tuesday, Oct. 11, will be mostly online, with two in-person events in Princeton or Duluth. Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to noon - Virtual SOAR Event Join from anywhere for a morning of entrepreneurial inspiration from local women who are thriving small business owners. Start the day with an optional 20-minute…Find out more »
Ann Zabaldo will speak via Zoom about intentional urban communities as part of the Meet the Professionals speaker series of the Twin Cities Cohousing Network. Zabaldo's talk is entitled “Everyone Living Next to Someone Who Cares About Them: My Role in Creating Cohousing.” She works with developers and helps cohousing groups in the mid-Atlantic states. A Q&A will follow her remarks. Zabaldo is a co-founding resident of Takoma Village Cohousing, an urban multigenerational community in Washington D.C. of 43 privately…Find out more »