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Events for February 7

February

4 - 7

All's Well that Ends Well

Dates: February 4 - February 7
Time: Thursday - Saturday at 7:30 pm/Sunday at 2:00 pm
(218) 726-8561 • Visit Website

Power, War, Seduction, Love, Intrigue. Despite her beauty and worth, an orphan daughter has no hope of attracting the man of her dreams. But after healing the king, she's given permission to marry any eligible male. Tickets range from $6.00 - $19.00. Held at University of Minnesota-Duluth.

Duluth Experience Tours - Something fun for everyone

February

1 - 29

Duluth Experience Tours - Something fun for everyone

Dates: February 1 - February 29
Time: varies by event
(218) 464-6337 • Visit Website

The Duluth Experience Tour Company offers a variety of exciting and informative tours for all interests. Their family friendly History Tours will take you on a scenic journey into Duluth's rich history. Looking for adventure? Check out their line of Kayak Adventures on Lake Superior and St. Louis River or hop on a bike for a scenic Road Bike Tour or Mountain Bike Adventure. Then sit back and relax on one of their award winning Brewery Tours and go behind-the-scenes to sample Duluth's amazing craft beer scene. Find out why these guys are the Duluth's #1 Tour Company on Trip Advisor!

February

1 - 29

The Duluth Art Institute classes - Fun for All

Dates: February 1 - February 29
Time: varies by event
(218) 723-1310 • Visit Website

The Duluth Art Institute offers a variety of art classes for adults and youth. The classes cover a range of interests and skill levels. Most classes are held at the Institute inside of the Depot building at 506 West Michigan Street. Please visit their web site for more information on these great classes.

Empty Bowl Making

February

2 - 23

Empty Bowl Making

Dates: February 2 - February 23
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
(218) 733-7560 • Visit Website

Lack experience with clay but still want to contribute to Empty Bowl? Schedule a one-night lesson with Duluth Art Institute instructors. Come by yourself or with your friends. All bowls will be contributed to Empty Bowl. $35 fee includes one ticket to Empty Bowl plus instruction and supplies. Call to register. Lessons held at 506 West Michigan Street.

February

1 - 29

Great Lakes Aquarium presents Images from the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon

Dates: February 1 - February 29
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
(218) 740-2018 • Visit Website

Dogs are not among the animal ambassadors at Great Lakes Aquarium, but this weekend they’ll be a main attraction. Images from the John Beargrease Sled Dog Race kicks off. This is the sixth year for the photography exhibition in the Aquarium’s Merrill Lynch Fine Arts Gallery. This year the works of a record 23 photographers showing a total of 47 photos will be on display, including those from 2015 Beargrease Photo Contest winners Jodi Nelson (adult category) and Tiernan Winget (12 and under category). Twin Cities’ photographer Kyle Krohn is the curator and mastermind of the photography show. Krohn, who lives in the Twin Cities, has been capturing images at the Beargrease since 1990. “We keep growing the exhibit and bringing in more Duluth and North Shore photographers,” said Krohn. “The Aquarium is a nice setting because it celebrates the Great Lakes region and what makes the whole area livable.”

February

1 - 29

Carolyn Olson Art Show at Zeitgeist Arts

Dates: February 1 - February 29
Time: Atrium Hours
(218) 336-1416 • Visit Website

Join us on Monday, February 1st from 5 pm till 7 pm for the opening night reception of a new exhibition featuring the work of Carolyn Olson! Carolyn Olson is a professional artist and licensed K-12 public school art teacher. As a narrative artist, her work reflects family life, work and the civic and cultural life around her. Over the years her 2-dimensional work has explored gouache and oil paint, pastel, and silkscreen. 3-dimensional figurative work has been completed out of iron and wood. As an art teacher, her job is to assist students to create art about their lives. Held at 222 East Superior Street.