Based on Sam Raimi's 1980's cult classic films, Evil Dead tells the tale of five college kids who travel to a cabin in the woods and accidentally unleash an evil force.More Details >>
Every October the William A. Irvin is transformed into a haunted ship.More Details >>
Julie Ahasay directs Renegade Theater Company's production of the new drama by Craig Wright.More Details >>
HCRD Nautikills vs. Quad City Rollers (starting at 5:30 p.m.) and Shipwreckers vs. Moose Lake Mafia (starting around 7 p.m.). Doors open at 5 p.m.
The Karpeles Manuscript Museum in downtown Duluth will feature a free concert of classical and bluegrass music. Admission is free and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Children are welcome.More Details >>
The fourth annual Corn-i-ville, an old-fashioned carnival with Halloween twists, features a corn maze where children will find “friendly” costumed characters at a dozen different candy stations.More Details >>
Free pumpkins to carve while supplies last, but the pumpkins will be kept until after the Hogwards Halloween Party on Sunday, October 26.
This theatrical adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe stories will be performed in-the-round, with Poe standing alone in the flickering darkness of his mind, trying desperately to convince himself – and the audience – that he is not mad. The show includes "The Raven," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Pit and the Pendulum" and "The Tell-Tale Heart."More Details >>
Experience Glensheen's fall spectacle featuring 1,000 carved and illuminated pumpkins, s'mores, fire dancers and more. The event starts at 6 p.m. and the grounds close at 9 p.m., with the last group admitted at 8:30 p.m.More Details >>
The former Twins Bar is the location of Duluth's new pool hall -- The Break Room. The grand opening features live music by Israel Malachi and Mark Anderson.
This session of grounding, breathing and learning yoga postures for mothers and babies is part of the Birth & Baby Fair.
Carved pumpkins light the way along paved trails to the shore of Lake Superior as carved pumpkins light your way. The trail starts at the Gitchi Gami Trail by the Picnic Flow Parking Lot. Bring a flash light to help guide the way.
Winter campers and enthusiasts from around the region will gather at the 16th annual Winter Camping Symposium to educate, collaborate and celebrate everything winter. The event features presentors, gear makers, bush crafters, vendors and musicians. It continues through Sunday, Oct. 26.
Drawing on material from a childhood of family dysfunction, Bubba Bradley was voted class clown his senior year of high school – a lifestyle he continues to this very day. Trevor Anderson landed sets in the prestigious Aspen Comedy Festival and win audiences over with observational humor and boyish charm.More Details >>
The Bulldogs face off against Denver University.More Details >>
UMD Bulldog Football vs. Bemidji State
— 1:05 p.m.
James S. Malosky Stadium / Griggs Field
$6 to $10
Both rated G, showing in the Green Room.
Student and faculty trumpet ensemble concert.
Scenic Road Bike Tour
— 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A leisurely 4-hour guided bicycle tour up Scenic Highway 61. The pick up point is Fitger's and the tour starts at Brighton Beach. Includes a picnic lunch.Transportation will be provided back to Duluth.
Learn to paint a Christmas Nisse with the well-known folk artist, June Nyberg. All supplies will be furnished for use in class. Acrylic paints will be used for this project. Come and paint a nisse for your Christmas tree and hear some Nisse tales. Whether you’ve never painted or are an experienced painter, don’t miss this unique, creative experience.
Tim Kirchhof plays bluegrass, celtic, classical, rock, jazz, Klezmer, folk, fusion, country, pop, rock and funk.
Create a custom wine goblet and learn how to manipulate hot glass. Reservation required.
The 42nd annual Duluth/Superior Alpine Club Ski and Snowboard Swap is the largest and oldest swap in the region, held in Spirit Mountain's Bear Paw Chalet.More Details >>
Nearly one mile of trails with just a flashlight and your nerves. For more information call (218) 727-1177.
The Duluth Superior Symphony's Youth Orchestras presents its annual "Not so Scary Concert for Kids," featuring Halloween-related music from classical selections by Bach and Grieg to the soundtracks of The Wizard of Oz and How to Train Your Dragon. Tickets are available at the door the day of the concert and are $6 for adults and $3 for students. Those who come in a costume, recieve a $1 discount.
The Haunted Shack celebrates its 21st year of creepiness. In addition to the shack, the admission price includes hayrides encompassing the Buffalo Valley campground area.More Details >>
This special daytime edition of the Haunted Shack is a less spooky option for the faint of heart. In addition to the shack, the admission price includes hayrides encompassing the Buffalo Valley campground area.More Details >>
Author Timothy F. Bouvine will be available to sign and discuss his new sports fiction novel, "Catching Lightning Without the Bottle."
Share Food Drive
— 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
It's the last Saturday of the season to shop this market in the East Hillside neighborhood. Here is just some of what will be available: potatoes, beets, onions, tomatoes, peppers, squash, pumpkins, apples, pasties, honey, maple syrup, wild rice and garlic.
Friday and Saturday night improv shows feature "The Main Event," in which two teams of improvisers compete for points. This show is rated R. Tickets must be purchased at the door.Watch Video >>
Format varies. Call the store at 218-726-1360 for this week's details.
For kids K-5. Join us at the library to build with LEGOs. You can build to the theme of the day or just create your own world.
Molly Fridstrom give a clarinet recital.
Saturday Duluth & Beyond Brewery Tour
— 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday Night Brewery Tour
— 5:30 to 10 p.m.
This workshop will include steps to healthy rejuvenation and cleansing by building and supporting the Ojas. Workshop includes lecture, discussion and practical tips.
Free public event for expectant parents and young families. Dozens of exhibitors serving the childbearing year and beyond. Free childcare available. Workshops on yoga, baby-wearing, natural birth, breastfeeding, raising a healthy child and many more topics - see website for details.
The Harvest Party will have games, prizes, a bouncy house, live music and much much more for people of all ages.
This is an Introduction to glass blowing class utilizing a torch to melt glass. After highly detailed demonstrations and explanations of tools, safety and history, tap into the artist in you and use a torch and special glass to create your own small projects such as pendants, icicles and marbles. To sign up, call 218.464.1799. The class will be located at Lake Superior Art Glass, 202 E. Superior St. Duluth, MN 55802.
A window into the eclectic musical influences of a concert violinist, from classical movements to folk ballads, hard rock hits to fine fiddle tunes. With Beth Gilbert, pianist, and singers Sara Thomsen and Paula Pedersen. Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for students. Learn more about Erin at www.erinaldridge.com. Performance benefits Echoes of Peace.
Miller Hill Mall is having its Sports Card and Collectibles Club Show from Oct. 24 through Oct. 26. Show will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Tour the City of Superior Landfill
— 9 a.m.
A tour will be held at 9 a.m. Participants are asked to meet at Silverwood Pet Care, 77 Moccasin Mike Road, and then a city van will shuttle participants to the site. Learn about landfill history, contents, and what should not go into landfills. Pre-registration is required -- call 715-394-0392 by October 23 or email email@example.com. It will be held rain or shine and last about an hour.