FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS AT THE EAGLES IN SUPERIOR
The Eagles Auxiliary will be holding its last family dinner on Friday, April 18th at the Eagles Club, 1710 North 12 Street, Superior. On Friday, April 25th, they will be having an all U Can Eat smelt fry. The menu will consist of smelt, french fries, salad & dinner roll. For those that do not wish to have smelt, we will be serving chicken strips. For more information, call 715-392-6560.
The event is open to the public and all are welcome!
APRIL 17 (THURSDAY)
A PUZZLE OF A POEM AT THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY
Celebrate National Poetry Month with “A Puzzle of a Poem,” a free program presented by Susan Hawkinson on Thursday, April 17 at 6:00 p.m. in the Duluth Public Library’s Green Room (520 W. Superior St.). The program is intended for middle school students, teens and adults.
APRIL 17 (THURSDAY)
CITY OF DULUTH/MEN AS PEACEMAKERS FREE WEEKLY SPORTS PROGRAM
The City of Duluth Parks and Recreation has partnered with Men as Peacemakers to run a free weekly sports program for youth ages 7-17. The program will start Thursday, April 17 and continue every Thursday from 4-6 pm at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center. The program ends May 22, however a summer program will resume Thursdays, June 19 through August 21 from 3-5 pm. Youth will have a chance to work with collegiate athletes. For more information, call James at (218) 727-1939.
APRIL 22 (TUESDAY)
CARLTON CTY EXTENSION CONNECT PROGRAM: FOREST TENT CATERPILLAR
On Tuesday April 22nd at 7pm, the Carlton County Extension Community Connect Program and Master Gardeners will feature a presentation entitled “Forest Tent Caterpillar Invasion,” at the Interfaith Care Center in Carlton. Researchers predict that Northern Minnesota will experience a forest tent caterpillar (army worm) invasion in the summer of 2014 or 2015. This program will provide information how gardeners, homeowners, and farmers can prepare for a forest tent caterpillar invasion. Admission to the event is five dollars and is open to the public. The Interfaith Care Center is located at 811 Third St. in Carlton. Questions related to the event may be directed to the Carlton County Extension office at 218-384-3511.
APRIL 26 (SATURDAY)
ART FOR EARTH DAY GALLERY HOP
In honor of the 44th Anniversary of Earth Day, several downtown Duluth galleries, Duluth Art Institute, Phantom Galleries and Tweed Museum of Art-UMD will be hosting free receptions on Saturday, April 26, 11a-5p. Tour local galleries and answer trivia questions to be entered in the drawing for a gift from each location. The 24th Annual Gallery Hop is being held as part of Earth Day. The public is invited to enjoy the receptions and shows. For more information and locations to obtain a map for the day, call Bev Johnson 218.722.1451.
MAY 3 (SATURDAY)
UNIVERSITY OF WI-EXTENSION OFFERS MASTER COMPOSTER TRAINING
A Master Composter Training Workshop in Douglas County will provide training for anyone wanting to teach others about home composting, including backyard composting and vermicomposting with earthworms. The training will take place at the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center on Hwy 2 in Superior, Saturday May 3rd 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
MAY 8 (THURSDAY)
57TH ANNUAL DULUTH LIONS CLUB PANCAKE DAY
The 57th Annual Duluth Lions Club Pancake Day will be held Thursday, May 8 at the DECC-Pioneer Hall, serving from 6a-8p. Parking is FREE! Tickets are $6 in advance, $7 at the door with children 5 and under FREE with a paying adult. Funds raised support organizations throughout the community and local programs for sight, hearing, diabetes and youth needs.
MAY 10 (SATURDAY)
BRULE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Brule Presbyterian Church invites you to their Rummage and Bake Sale on Saturday, May 10 from 9a-1p at the Brule Town Hall. Plan on having lunch at the event served by the Youth for Clearwater Bible Camp to help raise funds.
MAY 13 (TUESDAY)
CAROLYN BROOKS: PH BALANCE IN THE BODY
Jim Naus will be speaking on Tuesday, June 10 from 6:30-8p at Lake Superior Interfaith Community Church, 1414 East 9th Street, Duluth. Topic: Omega Confusion Clarification/Why are trans fats bad and which oils are “safe”. The event is free and open to the public. Good will donations are very much appreciated. Questions? Email Judy@WellnessRen.com with questions.
MAY 22 (THURSDAY)
5TH ANNUAL MEATBALL
The Superior Eagles Club Auxiliary will hold their 5th Annual Meatball Dinner to on May 22nd to raise money to fund scholarships. It will be held at the Superior Eagles Club, 1710 N. 12th Street Superior from 4-7p. It’s $9.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under 10. Meal will include real mashed potatoes, meatballs, vegetables, dinner roll, cake and beverage. Take out available by calling 715-392-6560.
Updated: April 17, 2014