A 5K run or walk to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Registration begins at 9 a.m. The 5K run begins at 10 a.m. and the walk begins at 11 a.m.
That industrial band from The Crow plays Quinlan's.
The BradtoberFest Run/Walk/Crawl connects Duluth's craft beer, music and outdoor culture, offering participants an opportunity to sample local beer and music while traversing a path that links local breweries and beer-centric venues. The event starts at Bent Paddle Brewing and ends at the Red Star Lounge.More Details >> Watch Video >>
54th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival
— 10 a.m.
There will be over 60 orchard and food booths, a kids' carnival with games and rides, and more at the 54th annual Bayfield Apple Festival.
A little Sunday soul at the Owls Club. Bring cash, there is no ATM on site.
UMD Theatre begins it's 2015-2016 season with Spoon River, directed by Tom Isbell. The production commemorates the 100-year anniversary of Edgar Lee Masters's Spoon River Anthology, the book the play is based on.More Details >>
— 9 a.m.
$15 to $20
Help kick off UMD's Homecoming week with a 5K through Bagley Nature Area. Proceeds of the event will help support the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Register by September 25th to guarantee a t-shirt.
Considering a career in the health sciences? This is an opportunity to explore and examine health-career options. Focuses will include: physical therapy, nursing, occupational therapy, health informatics and information management, pre-med, social work, athletic training and exercise physiology. Register at visit.css.edu or by calling the admissions office at 1-800-249-6412.
Sidekick Theatre, a professional theater company based out of the Twin Cities, presents the Cold War-era comedy "Red Herring," written by Michael Hollinger.
The Monaco Air Foundation is offering 30-minute flight tours for one or two people in a Cirrus airplane to see the fall colors for a $300 donation to its Duluth Flying Club Scholarship Fund.More Details >>
A day for casual Warhammer 40K or Fantasy players. Meet up with other players to play games, paint and assemble minis, and talk about the hobby. New and inquiring players welcome.
An opportunity to hang out and play Magic in a relaxed, informal environment with no pressure to win or conform to tournament standards. Perfect for newcomers who would like to learn, former players who want to relearn and "kitchen table" players who only play casually with friends.More Details >>
30 in 24
— 4 a.m. to midnight
$9 to $20
Discover all the wonders of the Superior Hiking Trail in one quick and intense 30-mile hike. Starts in Fond du Lac and finishes at the Martin Road trailhead in east Duluth. Register by noon, October 2. Meet at the Sports and Health Center Lobby, UMD campus.
Every Sunday is "Fencing with Kris" Sunday. Beginners can begin the first Sunday of every month. Fencers with previous experience are welcome any Sunday.
Tough questions. Goofy prizes. Bring friends and play as a team. Hosted by Kendra Carlson, Lawrence Lee or Garner Moffat.
Younkers Salon offers services to clients all day and donates 100% of what they make to St. Luke’s Cancer Foundation in Duluth. Last year they raised over $4,800. For more, contact Carrie Peterlin at 218.393.3219.
A concert to benefit the continuing restoration of the historic 1898 Felgemaker organ at Sacred Heart Music Center. Suggested donation: $10. Reception follows with items for sale. Organists: Rev. Dr. David Tryggestad, Velda Graham Bell, Alan Berg, Carol Donahue, Dr. Thomas Hamilton and Karen Hanson Sande.