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WHERE CAN I GET TAX FORMS?

Copies of the basic federal 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ forms, as well as Minnesota state forms and instructions, will be available at the Main Library (top floor), Mt. Royal Branch Library and West Duluth Branch Library. Additional forms and instructions can be found online, and the library will let people print 10 pages without charge. The IRS is not providing the library with instruction booklets for the basic forms. Copies of federal instructions can be found online at IRS.gov/Forms (to view or download) and at IRS.gov/orderforms (to request copies by mail). Copies may also be requested by calling 1-800-829-3676. This change is the result of significant cuts to the IRS appropriations by Congress.

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.

 

 

MARCH 19 (THURSDAY)

LIBRARY HOSTS “INSURGENT” MOVIE RELEASE PARTY FOR TEENS

Teens in grades 6-12 who are eagerly awaiting the release of “Insurgent,” the second movie in the “Divergent” series, are invited to a movie release party on Thursday, March 19 from 4:30 – 8 pm. The party will be held in the Duluth Public Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.). Teens can get a henna tattoo and create a divergent faction keychain. Spark a reaction and show faction pride by entering the trivia and costume contest to try to win $25 Marcus Theatre gift cards. The movie “Divergent” will be shown at 5:30. Pizza and “dauntless” chocolate cupcakes will be provided, while supplies last. For more information, call the library’s Youth Services area at 218-730-4200/option 4.

 

 

MARCH 21 (SATURDAY)

MARCH MADNESS VENDOR/CRAFT SHOW

Don’t miss the March Madness Vendor/Craft Show on Saturday, March 21 from 10a-4p at the Aurora Community Center, 15 West 1st Avenue North Aurora.  There will be 20+ local vendors showcasing everything from Wild Tree, Recycled Memory Windows by Francine and Pine Grove Gallery to Jewelry in Candles, Origami Owl Jewelry and Donna’s Pies, plus MORE!  Our Saviors Youth will be serving coffee and burgers in the afternoon.  See you there!

 

MARCH 21 (SATURDAY)

CELTIC MUSIC ENLIVENS THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY

Northern Gael, a Celtic music group, will be performing a free program of Irish and Scottish music in the Duluth Public Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.) on Saturday, March 21 at 10:30 am.  In performance, Northern Gael weaves together the vibrant traditions of Ireland and Scotland. This dynamic trio performs a variety of music, from ballads to vigorous sets of dance tunes. Northern Gael presents a lively program of an authentic Celtic repertoire. Northern Gael is composed of three musicians: Ross Sutter (voice, guitar, bodhrán, button accordion) and Laura MacKenzie (wooden flutes, whistles, concertina, various bagpipes, and voice) have performed together for many years as Ross & MacKenzie. They are now joined by fiddler/step dancer Danielle Enblom, and perform as Northern Gael.

 

 

MARCH 28 (SATURDAY)

ARROWHEAD CHORALE TO HOST SYMPOSIUM

Arrowhead Chorale is offering a Symposium in conjuncture with their performance of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. This all-day event features Dr. Martin Marty, prominent church historian, and Dr. Timothy Stalter, tenor, Evangelist soloist for the performance.  The Symposium will take place at First Lutheran Church on Saturday, March 28. Full-day tickets are $50 with registration beginning at 9:30 am. Half-day tickets are $35 with the choice of participating in either the morning or afternoon session. Lunch is provided for all participants. Reserve your spot or for more information contact Jody Ondich at arrowheadchorale@gmail.com or via phone at 218-733-7521.

 

APRIL 11 (SATURDAY)

ST. MARY’S SPRING BINGO

Have fun at St. Mary’s Spring Bingo on Saturday, April 11.  The fun starts at 7p at Meadowlands Community Center, 7758 Western Avenue, Meadowlands, MN.  There will be prizes, drawings and lunch!  Call Katie for more information at 218.427.2548.

 

APRIL 12 (SUNDAY)

LAKE SUPERIOR RAGTIME SOCIETY PRESENTS “APRIL IN DULUTH RAGTIME CONCERT”

 

Don’t miss the Lake Superior Ragtime Society’s “April in Duluth” Ragtime Concert on Sunday, April 12.  The concert will run from 1:30-4:30 pm at the First Covenant Church 2101 W. 2nd Street, Duluth.  Enjoy live performances of this happy, syncopated music called Ragtime and its related music. Performers are all ages and levels of expertise.  The concert is free and open to the public., however, donations are greatly appreciated.  For more info call Sandy 218-724-7696 or email Tim lsrs@centurytel.net.

 

 

APRIL 14 (TUESDAY)

“ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY” BRINGS AUTHOR, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY TO DULUTH

Fourteen years ago, the Duluth Public Library partnered with local organizations to create a community-wide reading project, “One Book, One Community.” The library is bringing a variety of events to the Northland to allow everyone a chance to be part of this One Book, One Community celebration of the book. Including:  Author talks Author Linda LeGarde Grover will do a reading and book signing at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 14 in the Spirit of the North Theater, part of the Fitger’s Brewery Complex in Duluth; the talk will be opened by the Oshkii Giizhik singers, an ensemble of Ojibwe women, and appetizers and a cash bar will be available. Ms. Grover will be appearing at several regional libraries; the schedule can be found in the One Book, One Community brochure or on the Duluth Public Library’s website: duluthlibrary.org.

 

APRIL 24 (FRIDAY)

“ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY” BRINGS AUTHOR, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY TO DULUTH

Fourteen years ago, the Duluth Public Library partnered with local organizations to create a community-wide reading project, “One Book, One Community.” The library is bringing a variety of events to the Northland to allow everyone a chance to be part of this One Book, One Community celebration of the book. Including:  Local film premiere. “The Jingle Dress,” a contemporary, unvarnished look at a Native American family’s relocation from their rural Minnesota reservation to the urban Minneapolis environment, will be shown on Friday, April 24 at 7 pm at Teatro Zuccone. (Tickets are $5, available at the door that evening.) The film will also be shown on Saturday, April 25 at 3 pm in the Fond du Lac Community College Auditorium in Cloquet, with no admission charge. Film director William Eigen will be on hand for question and answer sessions following both screenings.

 

 

APRIL 25 (SATURDAY)

SPAGHETTI BENEFIT DINNER FOR KIM NELSON

Attend the benefit Spaghetti dinner for Kim Nelson, mother to 10 year old Sheila.  Kim is battling colon cancer and is unable to work.  Funds from the benefit will be used to defray medical and living expenses.  The dinner will be held from 3-8p on Saturday, April 25 at the Parkland Town Hall in South Range, WI.  Cost is:  $7 for adults, kids 6-12, $3, 5 and under FREE.  There will also be a bake sale, door prizes and silent auction.  A benefit fund has been set up in Kim Nelson’s name at Superior Choice Credit Union, 2817 Tower Avenue, Superior, WI.  Call Shelby for more information:  218.391.7642.

  

APRIL 28 (TUESDAY)

“ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY” BRINGS AUTHOR, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY TO DULUTH

Fourteen years ago, the Duluth Public Library partnered with local organizations to create a community-wide reading project, “One Book, One Community.” The library is bringing a variety of events to the Northland to allow everyone a chance to be part of this One Book, One Community celebration of the book. Including: Photography. Photographer Ivy Vainio’s series of pow-wow dancers photos will be exhibited in partnership with the Duluth Art Institute in the Depot Great Hall, April 28 – May 2. An opening reception will be held in the Great Hall on Tuesday, April 28 from 5:30-6:30 pm.

 

APRIL 30 (THURSDAY)

4TH ANNUAL SPRING ROAST BEFF DINNER

The 4th annual Spring Roast Beef Dinner will be held at the First United Methodist Church (the “Coppertop” Church) serving a delicious, traditional roast beef dinner on Thursday, April 30, from 4:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.  Cost:  $12.00 adults and $6.00 children under 12.  There will be lots of yummy favorites on the menu: roast beef, corn, mashed potatoes & gravy, cole slaw, roll and homemade apple pie.  Dine in, carry out, & drive through are available.

 

 Updated:  March 19, 2015

 

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