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Events Happening Today (January 19)
Duluth Playhouse Family Theater presents: Frozen Jr.
Time: Friday at 7:00 pm/Saturday and Sunday at 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm
(218) 733-7555 • Visit Website
For the first time in forever, the Disney Broadway musical nominated for three Tony Awards graces the Family Theatre stage. Tucked away in the kingdom of Arendelle live Princesses Anna and Elsa. Anna is a fearless, spirited dreamer, and Elsa, while timid, harnesses magic in her fingertips capable of creating worlds of ice and snow. When an icy outburst causes a never-ending winter and Elsa makes a quick retreat, Anna sets out to find her. Along the way, she meets ice salesman Kristoff, his reindeer sidekick Sven, and a loveable snowman named Olaf. Young and the young at heart will fall in love with this story of discovering your true power. Held at 506 West Michigan Street in Duluth.
Martin Luther King Junior Events
Time: Sunday at 4:00 pm/Monday at 10:00 am
Sunday ~ Inter-faith service at Gloria Dei Luther Church at 218 North 6th Avenue East. Join us as we celebrate our communities of faith supporting Dr. King's message. The Interfaith Worship Service will be held at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church from 4 pm - 5:30 pm on Sunday, January 20. We will have an inclusive worship service that will include various faiths within our community. We will also have light refreshments, spoken word, music and more! The service will be interpreted into American Sign Language. \Join us in celebrating the role of faith in Dr. King's message. Our 2020 theme is taken from Dr. King's speech "Give us the ballot and we will transform the South." Monday ~ Community Breakfast at 7:00 am at Holy Family Catholic Church, 2430 West 3rd Street. Join us for our free MLK community breakfast program on January 20 at 7 am and will be hosted by Holy Family Catholic Church in Lincoln Park. Our theme is centered on King’s “Give us the Ballot and we will transform the South” speech. The breakfast will feature a community program, and a live-stream broadcast of Minneapolis’s MLK Celebration featuring Eric Holder, former attorney general who is currently focused on issues of redistricting and gerrymandering and how they affect voting rights. March at 10:00 am starting at the Washington Center 310 North 1st Avenue West. Join us as we gather at 10:00am at Washington Center (corner of 4th St. and Lake Ave.) on January 20. Our theme is centered on King’s “Give us the Ballot and we will transform the South” speech. Free snacks and hot beverages will be served. At 10:30 am, we will go over chants and songs for the march. Then at 10:45 am, we will have a few words from our NAACP Branch. We will march off promptly at 11 am. The route is from Washington Center through downtown to the DECC where our MLK Rally will commence at 12 pm. Rally at Noon at the DECC, 350 Harbor Drive Join us at our 2020 MLK Rally on Jan. 20 at 12 pm. Our theme is centered on King’s “Give us the Ballot and we will transform the South” speech. Our Keynote Speaker is Autumn Brown, and our emcee will be Doreen Nyamwaya. Performers include the ARE Poets, Major Attraktion Dance Group, and more. The Drum Major for Peace Awards will be announced and presented. There will be children’s activities, a selfie photo booth, vendors, and free MLK buttons while supplies last outside the DECC hall before and shortly after the Rally.
The Paintings of Rita VanderVenter
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (weekdays)
(218) 722-7225 • Visit Website
AICHO's first exhibition of 2020 is a collection of Rita VanderVenter's paintings and mixed media artwork. Rita is an enrolled member of the Red Cliff Band of Ojibwe in Wisconsin. Her acrylic paintings, mixed media, beadwork and birchbark have been featured at the Madeline Island Museum and most recently at Washburn Cultural Center. AICHO will host this show through January - February 28, 2020. Her paintings and mixed media art (acrylic with beadwork) depict American Indian cultural life, landscape, and spiritual identity. *We advise you contacting the AICHO front desk before stopping by to tour the show as the Dr. Robert Powless Cultural Center/AICHO Galleries is used for a meeting space. * Held at 202 West 2nd Street in Duluth.