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VENUES WITH EVENTS

Events for Monday, October 20

Duluth Mayor Don Ness and Zeitgeist Art’s Executive Director Tony Cuneo will talk about the history of Zeitgeist Arts and its vision for the future. Half-price wine and free appetizers from the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe will be available during a silent auction featuring packages from local businesses. 


Duluth Mayor Don Ness hosts live music by Superior Siren, Blake Thomas and Rachael Kilgour.


In preparation for Glensheen’s annual Jack O’ Lantern Spooktacular, volunteers are invited to this pumpkin-carving event.

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Cruise through the cosmos to the looping sounds of Adam Sippola. Out-of-body experiences encouraged.


Parking in Canal Park is free starting today through May 14. This applies to the parking lot between Grandma's and Dewitt Seitz and other areas. Check to be sure it applies to your chosen parking spot.


Participants in this children's art class learn the basics of cartooning and then practice their skills at home.

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Duluth Mayor Don Ness and community members will celebrate the opening of the Cross City Trail section that passes through the West End neighborhood, extending from Carlton Street to Duluth Sister Cities Park in Canal Park. The event will begin at noon at the intersection of Superior Street and 27th Avenue West, near Park State Bank.

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Adoption Connection

Adoption Connection

— 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Free

Adoption Connection is a support system for families who have, are in the process of, or are interested in adopting a child, as well as families who are providing foster care. Free childcare is provided. Held at Bayside Baptist Church, 3915 N. 16th St., Superior.


Steven B. Katz, Pearce professor of professional communication at Clemson University, presents a lecture in the UMD Library's fourth floor rotunda.

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Movie Monday

Movie Monday

— 7 p.m.
Red Herring Lounge
Free; 21+

Watch classic movies while drinking. BYO popcorn.


DJ Nola

DJ Nola

— 6 p.m.
Thirsty Pagan Brewing
Free

Glensheen Mansion turns off the lights and opens up the doors to evening guests. For a limited time, the public may take in the opulence of this 39-room, 27,000 sq. ft. mansion under flashlight beam.

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The biennial Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference is one of the largest events in North America for exchanging science-based information to better manage the multi-billion-dollar-a-year problem of invasive species.

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Mondays with the Mayor

Mondays with the Mayor

— Noon to 1 p.m.
Duluth City Hall
Free

Mayor Don Ness holds open office time on a first come, first served basis.


Casual Magic

Casual Magic

— 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Dungeon's End
Free

Register to win a booster pack.


Board Game Night

Board Game Night

— 6 p.m.
Rogue Robot Games & Comics
Free

Learn a new game, bring one of your own to play or use one of the store's demo copies. Occasionally store staff will demo a specific game. See the Rogue Robot Facebook Events page for details.