The four-day LGBTQAI celebration opens with the Mayor's Reception at the Depot. Check the Pride website for all of the events.
This caberet style rock musical isn't being treated like a performance, it's being treated like a party. Upgrade to a VIP ticket for $7 more that gets you your choice of a beer or gin and tonic, as well as an order of the big soft pretzels.
The Greyhounds open their football season at home against the Fighting Saints.
The Summer (Mostly) Thursdays concert series concludes its 2014 season with a performance by tenor Bill Bastian, violinist Laurie Bastian and pianist Sam Black.More Details >>
The Lincoln Park Farmers Market operates on Thursday evenings through October.
Jazz guitarist Briand Morrison will play his guitar and talk about the music writing process and the stories behind each song.
Musicians John Seguin and Andy Hauswirth play the Pickwick every Thursday.
The Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve in Superior offers the last River Rovers Nature Playgroup of the summer for children ages 3-7. The playgroup will meet for a fun-filled nature-themed morning.More Details >>
Dubh Linn's Thursday-night "Bands in the Back" series continues with acoustic music by Lay Low & Bender and Jamie Ness' solo project Valve Junya.
The Hunters open up their football season against the Bluejackets.
Public Meeting to Discuss Improvements to Central Hillside Park
— 6 p.m.
Central Hillside Community Center
Duluth's Parks and Recreation division invites the public to attend a community meeting to discuss improvements and proposed renovations to the Central Hillside Park on the corner of Lake Avenue and Fourth Street.More Details >>
Community Action Duluth's third and final conversation about housing in Duluth will revisit a number of solutions offered by community members during the previous town hall meeting and discuss a few new ideas to support efforts addressing housing issues in Duluth.More Details >>
Free to play. Bring your own forces. Demos given upon request for new players. Register to win foil packs.Watch Video >>
Duluth Toastmasters Club Meeting
— 6:15 to 7:45 p.m.
Toastmasters meet every Thursday at 30 W. Superior St. in the Minnesota Power Building.
This is a seven week class running Jul. 17 to Aug. 28.
Join a group of local musicians as they play Irish standards every Thursday. Bring an instrument or just stop by to grab a pint and some dinner while you listen in.
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.Watch Video >>
Thirsty Thursday Brewery Tour
— 5 to 9:30 p.m.
Play three or more people. Winner of each round wins a booster pack! Each individual may only win two booster packs per event.
The Nordic Auction takes place every Thursday. Consignments are taken on Tuesdays at noon.