If you and the kids like firetrucks, you'll get to see twenty to thirty fire departments all gathered in Brule Wisconsin on May 31rst. The event starts at 11 a.m., and you not only get to see the firefighters themselves from surrounding area, but also the fire trucks
Just another reminder that being a Mom is one of the hardest jobs anyone will ever do. Here is a great way for the kids to listen. One of the biggest songs of the year, and one that every kid knows the lyrics for, another version for the Moms. I bet the Moms will learn these lyrics......
The 2014 Duluth Kidney Walk is here and this time in a new location. Every year the event has been held at the beautiful Bayfront, this year Lake Superior College is hosting the event on their modern campus.
If it's been awhile since you've been fishing, or don't often get a chance, join us for Free Fishing in Wisconsin! Fish anywhere in Wisconsin without a license or trout stamp on Free Fishing Weekend. This includes all
Approximately 356 students will be eligible to receive diplomas when the University of Wisconsin-Superior conducts its 118th Spring Commencement. UWS was originally founded in 1893 as a teacher's college, now with more than 30 majors.
Larry Long and his American Roots Revue will bring their inspiring blend of gospel, reggae, Cajun, swing, folk, R&B and rock to this year’s stage show at the 10th Annual CHUM Rhubarb Festival on Saturday, June 28.
Veterans' Memorial Hall will host an exclusive display of a 8ft x 10ft mural with statewide military significance. The mural is part of the Veterans Educational Historic Project, sponsored by the Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery Memorial Association.
The St. Louis County Historical Society has announced that the Veteran's Memorial Hall 5K Fun Run Still Open. It's a fundraiser for its Veterans’ Memorial Hall Program. They also announced you can register up until the race starts on Satureday.
Stephen Mulholland, co-owner and Field Director of Duluth Archaeology Center, has worked in archaeology throughout Minnesota since 1982. His work includes many important archaeological sites in St. Louis County. In 2002, he received a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Archaeological Studies from the University of Minnesota. He is the next speaker for "Lunch With The History People".
With all the excitement over the city talking about extending all the trails, Mayor Don Ness will talk more about some promises and future plans for making more safe bike trails for more people to bike to more places.
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