Night one of the Shades of Africa series. Tonight's program is "Joshua Russell, Piano: Ludovic Lamothe, the "Black Chopin."
History in a Pint: My Time in the Merchant Marines During World War II
— 6 p.m.
Carmody Irish Pub
History in a Pint, the local history discussion series sponsored by Veterans’ Memorial Hall and the St. Louis County Historical Society, offers the presentation “Continuing to Serve after Service.” Buffy Moncel, a recently arrived resident of the Twin Ports area, will be the first female veteran to speak at History in a Pint.More Details >>
Screening of two back-to-back episodes of Doctor Who.
Any and all forms of performance art are welcome. Host, sound, etc. are provided. Call ahead to sign up for a 15-minute slot, or just show up.
Community Well-being Series
— 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
"Let's Talk Medicare" is a free educational event presented by Denfeld Medical Clinic and the Patient Advisory Council. St. Luke’s Billing Manager Bunnie Katich will be the speaker. She will be discussing Medicare enrollment, Medicare Part D, vaccines and wellness visits. For more, call 218-249-6800. 4702 Grand Avenue, Duluth.
Wild Bill plays an hour of acoustic country tunes, then Chris Clemens and Mark Macham take the stage around 7:15ish.
Every Tuesday at 7, the Zinema -- in partnership with the Duluth Superior Film Festival -- will feature programming aimed at highlighting the unique, fascinating and groundbreaking in modern and classic cinema, as well as giving local filmmakers a chance to showcase their work to an eager, engaged audience. This evening's program is the debut of the Zinema's "Reel North" series, in which local films and videos of all kinds are screened.More Details >>
UMD's School of Fine Arts presents this reception for the Spring 2015 Senior Exhibition featuring works by Derrek Van Klein, general studio major. The works will be on display until April 5.
This event is for current or previous community college students who are looking to transfer to a four-year college, or current or previous students of another four-year college who are thinking about transferring.More Details >>
A Generation Removed: The Fostering & Adoption of Indigenous Children in the Postwar World
— 4 to 5:30 pm
UMD Kathryn A. Martin Library
This lecture and discussion by Dr. Margaret Jacobs of the University of Nebraska Lincoln will take place in the UMD Library's 4th Floor Rotunda. It is presented by the UMD College of Liberal Arts and the Department of American Indian Studies.
A day for all HeroClix enthusiasts to get together and play in a non-competitive environment. No overpowered armies allowed. New players can learn to play. First time players get a free 400 point army to use and take home with them.Watch Video >>
Call 218-728-1192 the day of to sign up.
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Play Gym is an unstructured, rain-or-shine play opportunity, held every Wednesday, designed to give children space to run, move and interact. Thanks to a donation from the Duluth KidsClub organization, Play Gym is able to offer additional educational and interactive toys and a full week of extended hours from March 30 through April 10.More Details >>