FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
EAGLES AUXILIARY FISH FRYS
The Eagles Auxiliary will be having a delicious fish fry every first Friday of the month at the Eagles Club in Superior, 1710 North 12th. They will be serving fish, shrimp, chicken strips, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, salad, French fries or baked potato. Prices vary. We also will have a special each month. Take outs are available and the event is open to the public. Call 715-392-6560 to place an order or for more information.
NOW – AUGUST 14
DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY’S SUMMER READING PROGRAM
The Duluth Public Library (520 W. Superior St.) is offering fun for all ages with its “Read to the Rhythm” summer reading programs, running from June 1 through August 14. Participants may sign up online or in person at one of the Duluth Public Library locations (Main Library, Mt. Royal Branch or West Duluth Branch). Logging reading time will enter participants into drawings for prizes and, in the kids’ and teens’ programs, result in earning a free paperback book to keep. In addition, there are lots of free, fun events for all ages. The popular Kaleidoscope series of children’s entertainment programs begins on July 7, with morning and afternoon performances on Tuesday through mid-August. Other children’s programs include outdoor games on the Main Library Plaza (June 15), monthly LEGO building programs (registration required), children’s stories from India (July 13 and 20), and many more. Teens can attend a songwriting workshop (June 19), make foil art (August 18; registration required) and put their survival skills to the test at monthly Minecraft sessions (registration required). Adults will enjoy seeing a collection of rare psychedelic concert posters (June 22) and hearing a presentation on the music of Star Wars (July 27). All ages are invited to try a variety of musical instruments at a Musical Instrument “Petting Zoo” on July 30. This summer sees the return of City Sounds, a series of free weekly evening band concerts on the Library Plaza, beginning July 9 at 6:30. For complete lists and descriptions of programs for all ages, see the library website (www.duluthlibrary.org) or pick up handouts at any library location.
JUNE 18 (MONDAY)
ESSENTIA HEALTH-ST. MARY’S & KOHL’S CARE “ALIVE WITH LIFE JACKETS”
Life jackets save lives. That’s why Essentia Health-St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital and Kohl’s Cares team up each year to give away life jackets to children and teens. Join us on June 18, 2015 from 4-5:30 pm in the Kohl’s parking lot, 2115 Miller Trunk Highway, Duluth. To receive a free life jacket, children must attend so they can be properly fitted.
JUNE 20 (SATURDAY)
PIGs Ride For The Vets
On Saturday, June 20th the PIGs Motorcycle group will have a Poker Run with all money raised to support MAVC & the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center. The ride will begin at the Veterans Historical Center, 305 Harborview Pkwy, Superior. Take a beautiful ride through the northern Wisconsin woods and end up back in superior for an outdoor concert. There will be lots of door prizes food and games. Registration starts at 10am come early to tour the historical center for free if you’re doing the ride. Cost of the run is 15.00 single 25.00 a couple.
JUNE 22 (MONDAY)
ROCK’N ARAT: PSYCHEDELIC CONCERT POSTERS AT THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY
Relive some of the best of ‘60s concert promotion art at a free presentation in the Duluth Public Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.) on Monday, June 22 at 6 pm. Collector Andrew Olson will display some of his rare psychedelic concert posters, including ones featuring The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, and many more. Olson will also talk about what inspired his collection and the influence these pieces had on art and culture.
JUNE 24 (WEDNESDAY)
TOP HANDBELL ENSEMBLE TO APPEAR IN CONCERT
Strikepoint, one of the world’s top handbell ensembles, will be performing at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24 at First United Methodist Church (230 E. Skyline Pkwy.) in Duluth. There is no admission charge, but a $10 donation is suggested. The concert is the final one of the ensemble’s 2015 summer tour, which included a performance at Walt Disney World. The 11-member ensemble, based at First United Methodist Church in Duluth, is unique among touring handbell groups as a combination church/community and youth/adult group, as well as one of the few that rings without a conductor out front. Bill Alexander, a nationally known handbell clinician and conductor, is the leader of the ensemble.
JUNE 25 (THURSDAY)
SUMMER CELEBRATION IN LINCOLN PARK NEIGHBORHODD
You are invited to the 3rd Annual Lincoln Park Neighborhood Summer Celebration on June 25 from 4-7p at the Harrison Park, 3002 West 3rd Street. Residents, volunteers and community leaders will be on hand for the festivities which include a free meal. It will also serve as a grand opening for the Lincoln park Farmer’s Market. All activities are FREE and open to the public.
JUNE 30 (TUESDAY)
GAMING FUN FOR TEENS AT THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY
Teens entering grades 6-12 are invited to drop in at the Duluth Public Library’s Green Room (520 W. Superior St.) on Tuesday, June 30 between 2 and 4 pm for some free Wii U and tabletop gaming fun. Games include Mario Kart 8, D&D: The Legend of Drizzt, Pandemic, Zombie Dice, Tsuro, and Smash Up. Refreshments will be served, while supplies last. Additional gaming sessions will be held at the library on Friday, July 24 (1-3 pm) and Friday, August 21 (3-5 pm). For more information, call the library’s Youth Services at 730-4200/option 4.
JULY 5 (SUNDAY)
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH PANCAKE BRUNCH
The Trinity Lutheran Church, 11416 East 1st Street North in Lake Nebagamon, WI will hold their all-you-can-eat pancake brunch from 10a-1p with homemade pancakes, sausage, fruit sauce, syrup, juice, coffee and milk. Adults are just $5, children 6-12 are $2.50 and children 5 and under are FREE.
JULY 31 (FRIDAY)
CASDA’S 4TH ANNUAL GOLF SCRAMBLE, SOCKS FOR SURVIVORS
The Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse, Inc. will have their 4th annual Golf Scramble, Socks for Survivors on Friday, July 31st at the Nemadji Golf Course with a shot gun start at 12p, rain or shine. Entry fee is $90 per person, cart rental and green fees included (5 person teams). If interested in golfing or being a hole sponsor, please call Kelly or Jill at 715.392.3136.
Updated: June 18, 2015