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Events for Wednesday, May 27

The Duluth Huskies baseball club opens its Northwoods League season against the Willmar Stingers. Gates open at 5 p.m. with pregame music by Big Wave Dave and the Ripples. There will also be post-game fireworks.


Parr sets his new Stumpjumper album loose on the Duluth public.


Four Mile Portage

Four Mile Portage

— 6 to 8 p.m.
Bent Paddle Brewing
Free

Tom Maloney and Brandy Forsman play banjos, fiddles, guitars. There may even be some shoe clogging. And, oh yeah, they sing.

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Open Ice Skating

Open Ice Skating

— 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Duluth Heritage Sports Center
Free

Duluth Parks and Recreation offers open pleasure-skating sessions every Wednesday. A limited supply of skates are available to use for free; those who have their own should bring them.


NMTC Spring Trail Series

NMTC Spring Trail Series

— 3 p.m.
Free

The 4-mile Millenium Trail Run race is part of the Northern Minnesota Track Club's Spring Trail Series. The race starts at the Municipal Parking Lot at 28th Street, Superior, WI.

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Senior Day at the Mall

Senior Day at the Mall

— 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Miller Hill Mall
Free

St. Eligius Health Center hosts its second annual Senior Day at the Mall, featuring exhibits by senior-oriented businesses, along with entertainment, door prizes and activities. Free blood pressure checks will be offered.


SOAR Info Session

SOAR Info Session

— 2 p.m.
Free

An information session where the public can learn about SOAR's job-skills training classes and other resources. SOAR helps anyone looking for employment or a higher-paying job. 205 W. 2nd St., Duluth.


Duluth Farmers Market

Duluth Farmers Market

— 2 to 6 p.m.
Duluth Farmers Market

The East Hillside market will be open every Saturday morning and Wednesday afternoon throughout the summer.


Denfeld Nation Automation 4009 Robotics team will be featured at this meeting of the West Duluth Business Club. The team will discuss its recent return from the state competition and show off this year’s robot.

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Game Night

Game Night

— 9 p.m.
Red Star Lounge

Every Wednesday is Game Night at the Red Star. This week Anni Frieson hosts Pints Against Humanity.


D&D Encounters is a weekly campaign for new and experienced players to fit D&D into a busy schedule. Each session lasts about two to three hours; jump in or out at any time. For details or help creating a character, call 218-727-8101 or look for D&D Encounters on the Rogue Robot Facebook Events page.


Maxi Childs Trio

Maxi Childs Trio

— 7 to 10 p.m.
Black Water Lounge at Greysolon
Free

Singer Maxi Childs teams up with bassist Steve Netzel and pianist Russ Sackett (and occasionally drummer Jeff Peabody), playing jazz standards and light pop four nights a week at Black Water.

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Every Wednesday is Dubh Linn's Battle of the Sexes Trivia. Win cash and prizes.


Open Bluegrass jam every Wednesday night. Bring your own instruments.


Host Jody Kujawa satisfies the ladies every Wednesday night.


Wednesday Open Mic

Wednesday Open Mic

— 7 to 11 p.m.
Beaner's Central
Free

The signup list for 15-minute slots is put out at 6 p.m.


Warmahordes

Warmahordes

— 6 to 9 p.m.
Dungeon's End
Free

Free demos available.


DJ Trivia

DJ Trivia

— 8 p.m.
Free

DJ Trivia is a team-based trivia gameshow where the top three teams can win prizes at T-Bonz Bar & Grill at 2531 W Superior Street, Duluth and River Inn Bar & Grill at 3212 River Gate Ave., Cloquet.


Bring your own writings and talk to other writing enthusiasts on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month.


Music with John & Andy

Music with John & Andy

— 8 to 10 p.m.
Bulldog Pizza
Free


Bike Cave Open Shop

Bike Cave Open Shop

— 1 to 5 p.m.
Free

The Bike Cave is a volunteer and donation run bike shop, which is part of the Loaves and Fishes Community. Come build or repair a bike for free, learn more about bike mechanics, or just volunteer. The bike cave is a sober and violence-free environment. 1712 Jefferson St. Call 218-724-2054 with questions. 


After highly-detailed demonstrations and explanations of tools, safety and history, use a torch and special glass to create small projects such as pendants and marbles.