Events in the Duluth area that cannot be attended in person, but can be listened to or viewed via computer, television, radio, etc.
This online summit features 21 professional workshops covering birthing during a pandemic, newborns, breastfeeding, doulas, yoga, mental and physical health, preparing birth partners and more. There will also be a local vendor and health-care provider showcase. To follow the content visit facebook.com/duluthbirthandbaby.Find out more »
Minong Community Talent Show second-place prize winner Luke Moravec's Scooby-Doo-inspired one-man band live streams short shows on Wednesdays. It's Scooby-core skiffle-rock for pandemic entertainment. Check it out on the Zeb or Zeke and the Run Aways Screamings Facebook page.Find out more »
The 22nd annual Homegrown Music Festival runs April 26 to May 3. All public events associated with the festival are cancelled due to the COVID-19 epidemic, but virtual happenings are expected throughout the week.Find out more »
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.Find out more »
The Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial Committee was hoping to ask for more than 10,000 community members and visitors to join in honoring Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson and Isaac McGhie at the intersection where they were lynched by a mob in 1920. The COVID-19 pandemic, however has led the committee to postpone the major elements of the commemoration until June of 2021. Virtual events will occur, but the large commemoration is postponed until next summer. To learn more, partner or sponsor,…Find out more »