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October 2013

Oct 1st- Oct 31st: "Words to Art" Poetry about Photography Exhibit
Time: gallery hours
Local Poets! Local Art! Twenty poets put their words to fine-art photographic images by professional North Shore photographers in this unique juried art and poetry exhibit. The Words to Art Exhibit will bring two creative forms together; the art of photography and the art of words. The terms 'Ekphrasis' or 'Ekphrastic' describe this type of collaboration where one medium of art tries to relate to another medium by defining and describing its essence and form, and in doing so, relates more directly to the audience.
Call (218) 834-0756
http://www.waterfront-gallery.com

Oct 2nd: Lake Superior Art Glass - Intro to Torch Working Classes
Time: 6 pm-9 pm
Held at Lake Superior Art Glass. Also will be held on October 9.
Call (218) 464-1799 to register
http://www.lakesuperiorartglass.com

Oct 2nd- Oct 5th: AFSCME Council 5
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 3rd: Vista Fleet Brews Cruise
Time: 6:00 pm
Brews Cruise with Black Woods & Tall Grass Brewery - 1st Course: Velvet Rooster paired with smoked bacon devilled egg 2nd Course: Buffalo Sweat paired with Beamster XO Cheese & Gourmet Crackers 3rd Course: Ethos paired with Caesar Salad 4th Course: Pub Ale paired with Chicken Breast Champagne, Wild Rice Medley & Green Beans 5th Course: Zombie Monkey paired with Chocolate Layer Cake Topped w/ Chocolate Covered Espresso Bean Your ticket price of $64.95 will include a dinner and 5 - 8oz glasses of beer. Must be 21+.
Call (218) 722-6218
http://www.vistafleet.com/brews-cruise

Oct 3rd- Oct 5th: Renegade Theater Company presents "The Pillowman"
Time: 8 pm
Katurian is a writer of gruesome, unpublished short stories. So, when someone starts killing children in the same ways found in his stories, the police force in the unnamed totalitarian state where he lives have more than a few questions for him. What follows is a terrifying, electrifying and urgent work of theatrical brilliance and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art. Held at Teatro Zuccone.
Call (218) 336-1414 (box office)
http://www.renegadetheatercompany.org

Oct 3rd- Oct 5th: William A. Irvin "Haunted Ship Tours"
Time: Thursday and Friday 6:30 pm/Saturday 4:00 pm
Are you ready for a real scare? Each year, during October, the William A. Irvin transforms itself into a haunted ship. During the self-guided tour, your worst nightmares will come to life. You’ll see how the historic ore ship’s hauntings are not just a rumor. Mysterious sightings have been recorded through the decades. Walking through the dark, eerie hallways, you’ll get the feeling that you’re never alone, because you won’t be. In this ship, no place is safe. If you think you’re brave enough to visit the Haunted Ship, remember, only the tough ones make it through alive. Also held October 10-12, 16-19, 24-26, & 29-31.
Call (218) 722-7876
http://www.duluthhauntedship.com

Oct 4th: Lord Stanley's Cup at AMSOIL Arena
Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The oldest and arguably the most revered trophy in North American professional sports, the Stanley Cup is coming to Duluth. The general public is welcome to stop by and see the Cup in the AMSOIL concourse. The University of Minnesota Duluth women will open their 2013-14 regular season that night against the University of Connecticut and both tickets and parking to the game are free. Opening faceoff is set for 6:07 p.m. Those wishing to get a photo taken with the Stanley Cup are being asked for a minimum $5.00 donation which will benefit UMD hockey scholarships, the National Marrow Donor Program and Breast Cancer Research in honor of cancer survivors associated with the UMD hockey program. This event was made possible by former three-time All-American Bulldog defenseman and Duluth resident Norm Maciver, the assistant general manager of the Chicago Blackhawks, who captured the Stanley Cup title last June.
Call (218) 722-5573
http://umdbulldogs.com/news/2013/9/16/GEN_0916135200.aspx?path=general

Oct 4th- Oct 5th: Elegant Dinner Train aboard the North Shore Scenic Railroad
Time: 6:00 PM
Enjoy delicious cuisine and beautiful scenery along the Lakefront Line. Reservations are required. Elegant dining in the grand railroad tradition! All meals served with appetizers, salad, bread, coffee and dessert. Elegant dining in a grand style reminiscent of the Golden Age of railroading. Chefs from the area's finest restaurants prepare unique menus onboard our Lake of the Isles dining car. Tickets are $48.00
Call (218) 722-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 4th- Oct 5th: UMD Women's Hockey vs. Connecticut
Time: 6:07 pm
University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey games are played at the AMSOIL Arena at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 4th- Oct 6th: Bishop Baraga Association
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 4th- Oct 6th: North Shore Scenic Railroad Bike Train
Time: 10:30 am
Bike train to or from Two Harbors (one way drop off) Grab your bike and board the train for a one way trip. You can ride to or from Two Harbors, and then bike the famous and beautiful Scenic Highway 61. Tickets are just $20, and includes safe storage for your bike while on the train.
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 4th- Oct 6th: North Shore Scenic Railroad’s Fall Color tour
Time: 10:30 am
Enjoy the changing colors as you travel to the historic town of Two Harbors, Minnesota. Total excursion time is six hours, with a 2-hour stop in Two Harbors where you're free to tour, shop, eat, and enjoy! Adults: $33.00, Children: $19.00
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 4th- Oct 7th: MN Association of School Administrators
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 5th: 25 Years of Musical Collaboration: A Pilgrimage to Medieval England and France Featuring Bill Bastian, tenor, assisted by his St. Scholastica music faculty
Time: 7:30 pm
Find yourself being drawn into the mysterious ambiance of Gregorian chant and the music that grew from it. Imagine Gothic cathedrals, castles, and medieval chapels, with their awe-inspiring combination of quiet mystery, ghosts, and nine seconds of reverberation. Experience this powerful, mystical music with Bastian and St. Scholastica music faculty who have been performing together for a quarter of a century. Tickets are $10 General $5 Students $5 for CSS Faculty/Staff No charge for CSS Students or Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery. Held in Mitchell Auditorium on the College of St. Scholastica campus.
Call (218) 723-7000
http://www.css.edu/About/Spotlight-Arts-and-Lectures.html

Oct 5th: Ace Race
Time: Noon
All skill levels welcome! Play on our new beginners course Ace Run and try to get the road aces! Admission varies. Held at Mont du Lac Recreation.
Call (218) 590-5880
http://www.montdulacsports.com

Oct 5th: UMD Bulldogs Football vs. St. Cloud State
Time: 1:00 pm
Game played on Griggs Field at James S. Malosky Stadium, 1216 Ordean Court on the University of Minnesota-Duluth Campus.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 5th- Oct 6th: Engwalls Corn Maze
Time: 10 am-6 pm
The Engwalls Corn Maze was created in 2010 when Engwall Florist, Greenhouse & Garden Center and Lundeen Productions partnered to create a 52,000 square foot corn maze at the Engwalls main location in Hermantown. The Engwalls Corn Maze has expanded to more than double its original size and now includes live entertainment, two observation towers, a big top tent (Corn Top), maze games, a corn pit, corn cannons, a corn slingshot and hay rides. The maze is also host for several popular events including the annual Corn Maze Festival, Corn-i-Ville and Field of Screams! $8.00 ages 12 & up/ $7.00 under 12 years/ under 24 months free.
Call (218) 727-8964
http://www.engwalls.com/corn-maze%20hours%20and%20prices.html

Oct 5th- Oct 6th: Wagon Rides
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 6th- Oct 11th: Fibre Channel Industry Association
Time:
Held at the Sheraton Duluth Hotel.
Call

Oct 7th: UMD Men's Hockey vs. Lakehead University
Time: 7:07 pm
University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey games are played at the AMSOIL Arena at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 8th: Moose Lake Area Historical Society-Antique Appraisals
Time: 1 pm
A local auctioneer appraises and shares information about objects brought in. Please only bring 2 items for appraisal. We see many interesting items. $2 donation and no charge to observe for MLAHS members. Held in Moose Lake, MN at 900 Folz Blvd.
Call (218) 485-4159

Oct 8th: MPR Connects! Presents "The Weather Road Show"
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Minnesota Public Radio presents the next installment of its MPR Connects! Series, “The Weather Road Show,” with MPR meteorologist Paul Huttner. “MPR Connects!” is a gathering of MPR members and friends to discuss a range of topics about MPR and its services. In this installment of the series, MPR meteorologist Paul Huttner will present updated data on how climate changes are unfolding globally and right here in Minnesota. The event is free and open to the public; however, an RSVP is requested. Held in the August Fitger Room on the third floor of Fitger’s Complex, located at 600 E Superior Street.
Call (218) 722-9411
http://mpr.org/duluth

Oct 9th: Lake Superior Art Glass - Intro to Torch Working Classes
Time: 6 pm-9 pm
Held at Lake Superior Art Glass.
Call (218) 464-1799 to register
http://www.lakesuperiorartglass.com

Oct 10th: 143rd Annual Dinner Celebration
Time: 4 pm pre-party, 5 pm registration & reception, 6 pm dinner & program, 8 pm after party
A gathering of over 1,000 community and business leaders celebrating the success of our region! Held at the DECC.
Call (218) 740-3753
http://www.duluthchamber.com

Oct 10th: Vista Fleet Brews Cruise
Time: 6:00 pm
Brews Cruise with Black Woods & Capital Brewery - 1st Course: Mutiny IPA paired with a crostini with brie cheese and roasted red pepper 2nd Course: Supper Club paired with a roasted vegetable soup 3rd Course: Oktoberfest paired with mixed field greens, blackberry vinaigrette and bacon crumbles 4th Course: Wisconsin Amber paired with a 6 oz filet, red skin mashed and petite trimmed carrots 5th Course: Island Wheat paired with salted caramel cheesecake Your ticket price of $64.95 will include a dinner and 5 - 8oz glasses of beer. Must be 21+.
Call (218) 722-6218
http://www.vistafleet.com/brews-cruise

Oct 10th- Oct 12th: MN Academy of Physician Assistants
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 10th- Oct 12th: William A. Irvin "Haunted Ship Tours"
Time: Thursday & Friday 6:30 pm/Saturday 4:00 pm
Are you ready for a real scare? Each year, during October, the William A. Irvin transforms itself into a haunted ship. During the self-guided tour, your worst nightmares will come to life. You’ll see how the historic ore ship’s hauntings are not just a rumor. Mysterious sightings have been recorded through the decades. Walking through the dark, eerie hallways, you’ll get the feeling that you’re never alone, because you won’t be. In this ship, no place is safe. If you think you’re brave enough to visit the Haunted Ship, remember, only the tough ones make it through alive. Also held October 16-19, 24-26, & 29-31.
Call (218) 722-7876
http://www.duluthhauntedship.com

Oct 10th- Oct 13th: Miller Hill Mall is hosting Canadian Customer Appreciation Days
Time: Mall Hours
Pick up your "Passport to Appreciation" at one of these four hotels (Canal Park Lodge, Comfort Suites Canal Park, Comfort Inn West, or Hampton Inn Canal Park) to let the thanks begin! Take your stamped passport to Guest Services located in Center Court at the mall to redeem and enter to win prizes! You can win a hotel stay from Stay-in-Duluth, a handbag from Coach, a set of luggage from Younkers or a $20 BP gas card!You can also save up to 30% on hotel stays from Stay-in-Duluth!
Call (218) 727-8301
https://www.facebook.com/MillerHillMall

Oct 10th- Oct 13th: Terror Twister
Time: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:00 pm-10:00 pm/Sunday 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 11th: Connie Evingson
Time: 7:30 pm
Jazz vocalist Connie Evingson has been a featured guest artist with the Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Doc Severinsen, the Toronto Symphony, Vocalessence, Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion and the JazzMN Big Band. Tickets are 20.00 for adults; 15 dollars for seniors; $10.00 for children and $5.00 for CSS Students with ID. Held in Mitchell Auditorium on the College of St. Scholastica campus.
Call (218) 723-7000
http://www.css.edu/About/Spotlight-Arts-and-Lectures.html

Oct 11th- Oct 12th: Elegant Dinner Train aboard the North Shore Scenic Railroad
Time: 6:00 PM
Enjoy delicious cuisine and beautiful scenery along the Lakefront Line. Reservations are required. Elegant dining in the grand railroad tradition! All meals served with appetizers, salad, bread, coffee and dessert. Elegant dining in a grand style reminiscent of the Golden Age of railroading. Chefs from the area's finest restaurants prepare unique menus onboard our Lake of the Isles dining car. Tickets are $48.00
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 11th- Oct 12th: UMD Men's Hockey vs. Michigan Tech
Time: 7:07 pm
University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey games are played at the AMSOIL Arena at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 11th- Oct 13th: Lake Superior Magazine Photo Weekend
Time: varies by day
Be a Better photographer. Presentations by professionals, Photo critiques, One-on-one interactions, Outdoor photo excursions. Participation is limited. After the success of their first photography event, Lake Superior Magazine will again offer a Lake Superior Photography Weekend for 75 participants. The cost is $85 for the Friday and Saturday events (with an additional charge for some of the Sunday excursions).
Call 1 (888) 244-5253
http://www.LakeSuperior.com

Oct 11th- Oct 13th: Moose Lake Area Historical Society-95th Commemoration of the Fires of 1918
Time: varies with each event
This is the 95th Anniversary of the Fires of 1918 that destroyed much of the area. Friday - “Fires Among the Stones” One act play written by Dan Reed at 7:00 pm - Fires of 1918 Museum. Admission: $10.00 adults, $7.00 students. Saturday - Narrated Historic Bus Tour at 10am. Begin narrated bus tour of important fire properties, starting at the Fires of 1918 Museum. Tour will include visits to Split Rock, Automba, Kalevala, Kettle River and Silver townships, returning to Moose Lake Park and the Fire Monument at Riverside Cemetery. reservations required by October 1, 2013, tour must be pre-paid. Bag Lunch at Museum on return. Cost: $18.00 for bus tour and lunch. Sunday - Ecumenical Prayer Service at 1:00 pm - Moose Lake City Park and Fires of 1918 Film Festival at 3:00 pm - Lake Theater, Moose Lake. All events held in Moose Lake, MN.
Call (218) 485-4679

Oct 11th- Oct 13th: North Shore Scenic Railroad Bike Train
Time: 10:30 am
Bike train to or from Two Harbors (one way drop off) Grab your bike and board the train for a one way trip. You can ride to or from Two Harbors, and then bike the famous and beautiful Scenic Highway 61. Tickets are just $20, and includes safe storage for your bike while on the train.
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 11th- Oct 13th: North Shore Scenic Railroad’s Fall Color tour
Time: 10:30 am
Enjoy the changing colors as you travel to the historic town of Two Harbors, Minnesota. Total excursion time is six hours, with a 2-hour stop in Two Harbors where you're free to tour, shop, eat, and enjoy! Adults: $33.00, Children: $19.00
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 11th- Oct 14th: MN Society for Human Resource Management
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 12th: 2nd Annual Sprout Film Festival
Time: 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Arc Northland is bringing the second annual Sprout Touring Film Festival (SFF) to Duluth, MN from New York City, NY. This event will include a local film created by BOLD Choice Theatre Company. The Sprout Film Festival includes independent films that either star or are created by individuals with developmental disabilities. The Sprout Film Festival aims to raise their profile by showcasing works of all genres featuring this population. $5 for one screening, $8 for both screenings. Held at the Teatro Zuccone and Zinema Theatre, downtown Duluth, MN (222 East Superior Street)
Call (218) 726-4841
http://www.sprouttouringfilmfestival.org

Oct 12th: 7th Annual Fitger's Harvest Fun & Harvest Run
Time: 9:00 am
Harvest Fun schedule at Fitger's:
10 am - Bounce House
11 am - Face Painting and Fish Pond
12 pm - Pumpkin Patch Decorate
12:30 pm - Scarecrow Decorating Contest
1 pm - Costumed Trick-or-Treat
For more information on the Harvest Run, please go to www.DuluthHarvestRun.com.
Call (218) 722-0410
http://www.fitgers.com

Oct 12th: Boo at the Zoo
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Activities include a huge pumpkin patch to play in, hourly costume contests, face painting, games, and a special “Creep Critters” animal exhibit. Plus, the candy NEVER runs out! $9 in advance/ $10 at the door. Held at the Lake Superior Zoo.
Call (218) 730-4500
http://www.lszoo.org

Oct 12th: Community Bike Ride - Bike with a Cop Program
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Gain the confidence to ride on the road! Learn and ride with a Duluth Community Officer, who will share the rules of the road and go over safety on a bicycle. The ride will be followed by a Q & A and refreshments. Recommended for ages 14 and over. Parent or guardian required if under 18 years of age. A bicycle in safe working order and a helmet are required. Helmets are available on request. RSVP to Shawna. Meet at the Rose Garden parking lot at East Superior Street and 14th Avenue East.
Call (218) 722-4745 ext. 167
http://www.duluthymca.org/

Oct 12th: Douglas County HCE Craft Sale
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
All items sold are made by local crafters. Entrance fee of $1.00 and people are welcome to bring a nonperishable food item to donate to local food shelf. Held at Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds 4700 Tower Avenue Superior, WI.
Call

Oct 12th: GET TO THE POINT Awesome Art & Gift Fair
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Come shop for a variety of awesome things made in the Northland. A sampling of local-made items for sale at this fair include jewelry, soap, pottery, enamel items, mittens, books, paintings, cards, and more. Travel 2 miles past the Lift Bridge and you'll be at the right place. Held at the Lafayette Community Building, 3026 Minnesota Ave, on beautiful Park Point in Duluth.
Call (218) 525-5098
http://www.WendyUpNorth.com/duluthfairs

Oct 12th: Jade presents: Leo Kottke & Loudon Wainwright III
Time: 7:00 pm doors/8:00 pm show
Tickets are $35.00 and go on sale July 29th at 9:00 am. Event is held at the Mitchell Auditorium on the College of St. Scholastica campus.
Call 1-(800) 447-5444
http://JadePresents.com

Oct 12th: Largroff Basement Shows featuring: The Getarounds, Space Carpet, and Fearless Moral Inventory
Time: 10:00 pm
The Largroff (lahr ● grôf) is a mythical creature that lives underground and sleeps a lot. It tends towards sloth, is typically jovial in nature, and stays up way too late listening to all the music Duluth has to offer. $5.00 and Held at Fitger's Complex in the Rex Bar at 600 East Superior Street.
Call (218) 349-6483

Oct 12th: The Hybrid Challenge
Time: 10 am
This tournament gives you a taste of both the Eagle’s Peak and White Cedar courses. Come out and enjoy the fall colors and great views. Admission varies. Held at Mont du Lac Recreation.
Call (218) 590-5880
http://www.montdulacsports.com

Oct 12th: The Price is Right Live! – Stage Show
Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm/Show at 7:30 pm
The Price Is Right Live! – Stage Show is the hit interactive stage show that gives contestants pulled right from the audience the chance to "Come On Down" to win appliances, vacations and even new cars by playing classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show. From Plinko to Cliffhangers to the Big Wheel, and even the fabulous Showcase, all the favorite games are played just like the TV show. Tickets are $32, $42, or $52 – additional fees may apply and go on sale on Friday, August 16th at 10:00 am. Held in the DECC Auditorium at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 722-5573
http://www.decc.org

Oct 12th- Oct 13th: Engwalls Corn Maze
Time: 10 am-6 pm
The Engwalls Corn Maze was created in 2010 when Engwall Florist, Greenhouse & Garden Center and Lundeen Productions partnered to create a 52,000 square foot corn maze at the Engwalls main location in Hermantown. The Engwalls Corn Maze has expanded to more than double its original size and now includes live entertainment, two observation towers, a big top tent (Corn Top), maze games, a corn pit, corn cannons, a corn slingshot and hay rides. The maze is also host for several popular events including the annual Corn Maze Festival, Corn-i-Ville and Field of Screams! $8.00 ages 12 & up/ $7.00 under 12 years/ under 24 months free.
Call (218) 727-8964
http://www.engwalls.com/corn-maze%20hours%20and%20prices.html

Oct 12th- Oct 13th: Wagon Rides
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 13th: Family Fun Day
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 13th: Vikings Sunday at Grandma's Sports Garden
Time: Game time is at Noon
Versus Carolina Panthers. Multiple big screen action, interactive games & prizes, great food & drink specials, and a chance to win tickets to every home game.
Call (218) 722-4725
http://www.grandmasrestaurants.com/sportsgarden/

Oct 15th- Oct 18th: St. Louis County Health & Human Service Conference
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 16th: Free Antique Appraisal
Time: Noon - 3:00 pm
Bring your antique/collectible item to the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center (the Depot) for a free appraisal The St. Louis County Historical Society has arranged for Dan Sershon of Northland Estate Services and Denny Mager of Northern Specialty, both experts in antique appraisal, in the Great Hall. Please arrive no later than 2:30 PM to register in person. You may bring up to two items per person for an informal oral identification and evaluation of each antique. If the piece is too large or fragile to be hand-carried, clear photographs with a description of any marks and labels will be sufficient. Held at The Depot at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 733-7568
http://www.thehistorypeople.org

Oct 16th- Oct 19th: William A. Irvin "Haunted Ship Tours"
Time: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 6:30 pm/Saturday 4:00 pm
Are you ready for a real scare? Each year, during October, the William A. Irvin transforms itself into a haunted ship. During the self-guided tour, your worst nightmares will come to life. You’ll see how the historic ore ship’s hauntings are not just a rumor. Mysterious sightings have been recorded through the decades. Walking through the dark, eerie hallways, you’ll get the feeling that you’re never alone, because you won’t be. In this ship, no place is safe. If you think you’re brave enough to visit the Haunted Ship, remember, only the tough ones make it through alive. Also held October 24-26, & 29-31.
Call (218) 722-7876
http://www.duluthhauntedship.com

Oct 17th: Duluth Police Foundation Launch Event
Time: 5 pm-7 pm
Enjoy door prizes, pizza, soda and cash bar. Meet and greet with members of the force and community-based volunteers. Law enforcement displays, including modern technology and historical equipment and photos, Duluth Police K-9 Unit and more! Individual tickets are $5 in advance/$7 at the door. Family tickets are $20 in advance/$25 at the door. Held at Clyde Iron Works.
Call (218) 722-7178 for tickets

Oct 17th: Lunch with the History People: "Dorothy Molter, The Root Beer Lady."
Time: Noon - 1:00 pm
Join Sarah Guy-Levar, the Executive Director of the Dorothy Molter Museum in Ely, Minnesota. Sarah will discuss "Dorothy Molter, The Root Beer Lady." Learn about the adventurous life of Dorothy Molter, also known as the “Florence Nightingale of the Wilderness.” Her island drew many tourists. Discover the tales that lead to Dorothy being the “last legal non-indigenous resident of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.” The event will be held in the Ruth Maney Room, on the first floor of the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center (the Depot), at 506 West Michigan Street
Call (218) 733-7568
http://ww.thehistorypeople.org

Oct 17th- Oct 18th: 2013 Education Minnesota Professional Conference (formally MEA weekend)
Time:

Call

Oct 17th- Oct 19th: UMD Opera: Die Fledermaus
Time: 7:30 pm
Directed by Alice Pierce | Conducted by Jean R. Perrault. Tickets are: Adult $18/UMD Faculty & Staff $15/Senior $13/ Student $8/UMD Student $6
Call (218) 726-8877
http://www.tickets.umn.edu

Oct 17th- Oct 20th: Terror Twister
Time: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 7:00 pm-10:00 pm/Sunday 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 18th- Oct 19th: Grand Marais Moose Madness Festival
Time: 9 am-5 pm both days
It’s that long weekend before the snow flies! Murray the Moose is all around town, and moose related activities are planned for all! Held in downtown Grand Marais.
Call (218) 387-2788 ext. 114
http://www.grandmarais.com/moosemadness

Oct 18th- Oct 19th: Haunted Shack and Hay Ride
Time: 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
It's the 20th Anniversary of Minnesota's Scariest Haunted House! The Haunted Hayride starts at 7:00 pm and runs until 9:30 pm. Proceeds benefit the local food shelf, Special Olympics & the Northland Coat Drive. Two attractions for $12.00. Save $2.00 by bringing in a non-perishable food item or bring in 1 coat for the Northland coat drive and get 2 for 1. Under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Night time showings not recommended for children 12 and under. Free parking, held at the Buffalo House located at 2590 Guss Road.
Call
http://www.hauntedshack.com

Oct 18th- Oct 19th: Minnesota Ballet presents “A Fresh Mix”
Time: 7 pm
The Minnesota Ballet opens its 2013-14 season with a bang. The evening includes the jazzy “Five O’clock Fox Trot,” with its 1920’s style by Broadway choreographer Ginger Thatcher. Excerpts from “Le Corsaire” [“The Pirate”] and “Flames of Paris," with their bravura moves that ballet is famous for. A premiering work by Artistic Director Robert Gardner to an original score by Composer/Superior native Ryan Homsey, played live by an amplified string quartet. Held at the DECC’s Symphony Hall.
Call (218) 529-3742
http://www.minnesotaballet.org

Oct 18th- Oct 19th: UMD Women's Hockey vs. Minnesota
Time: 6:07 pm
University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey games are played at the AMSOIL Arena at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 726-8559
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 18th- Oct 20th: Douglas County Historical Society History Theatre presents "Devils, Dancing and Dead People"
Time: Fri-Sat at 7 pm/Sun at 2 pm
Award-winning original play by Dale R. Botten and Matthew R. Cetnar Three ghosts visit a despondent bartender at the Anchor Chain Bar during the night of the 1991 Halloween mega snowstorm. Full of comedy, drama and hope for tomorrow. Admission is $12.00. Held at Douglas County Historical Society,1101 John Ave. Superior, WI.
Call (715) 392-8449
http://www.douglashistory.org

Oct 18th- Oct 20th: North Shore Scenic Railroad Bike Train
Time: 10:30 am
Bike train to or from Two Harbors (one way drop off) Grab your bike and board the train for a one way trip. You can ride to or from Two Harbors, and then bike the famous and beautiful Scenic Highway 61. Tickets are just $20, and includes safe storage for your bike while on the train.
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 18th- Oct 20th: North Shore Scenic Railroad’s Fall Color tour
Time: 10:30 am
Enjoy the changing colors as you travel to the historic town of Two Harbors, Minnesota. Total excursion time is six hours, with a 2-hour stop in Two Harbors where you're free to tour, shop, eat, and enjoy! Adults: $33.00, Children: $19.00
Call (218) 723-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 18th- Oct 20th: The Duluth Playhouse Children's Theatre presents: A Wrinkle in Time
Time: Friday at 7:00 pm/Saturday at 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm/Sunday at 2:00 pm
A Wrinkle in Time revolves around a young girl whose father, a scientist, has gone missing while working on a mysterious government project. With her companions, she begins an adventure through time and space to find him. Tickets are $12.00. Play is held at the Duluth Playhouse at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 733-7555
http://www.duluthplayhouse.org

Oct 18th- Oct 20th: The Pumpkin Train aboard the North Shore Scenic Railroad
Time: 10:00 am, 12:30 pm, and 3:00 pm
Ride the Pumpkin Patch Train to our secret pumpkin patch, de-board and pick your own pumpkin! Enjoy magic, juggling, coloring, face painting, and more! Tickets are $16.00
Call (218) 722-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/exspecial.asp

Oct 19th: Animal Allies Fur Ball 2013
Time: Silent auction opens at 5:30 pm/Dinner at 7:00 pm
Live and silent auction, gourmet dinner, Martini bar by Lake Avenue Restaurant & Bar, Photo booth by Fitzphoto, and live music by MYNX. With all proceeds benefiting the Humane Education, Adoption and Spay/Neuter programs of Animal Allies Humane Society. $100.00 per person. Held at Northland County Club at 3901 E Superior Street in Duluth.
Call (218) 623-6358
http://www.animalallies.net/

Oct 19th: Boo at the Zoo
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Activities include a huge pumpkin patch to play in, hourly costume contests, face painting, games, and a special “Creep Critters” animal exhibit. Plus, the candy NEVER runs out!$9 in advance/ $10 at the door. Held at the Lake Superior Zoo.
Call (218) 730-4500
http://www.lszoo.org

Oct 19th: Lake Superior Art Glass - Intro to Torch Working Classes
Time: 10 am-5 pm
This is an extended version of our "Intro to Torch Working" classes. Held at Lake Superior Art Glass.
Call (218) 464-1799 to register
http://www.lakesuperiorartglass.com

Oct 19th: Putting It Together
Time: 7:30 pm
Celebrating Stephen Sondheim’s incomparable career in musical theater, “Putting it Together” is a musical revue showcasing nearly thirty Sondheim tunes. Drawing its title from a song in “Sunday in the Park with George,” “Putting it Together” is a semi-staged story set at a party in a Manhattan penthouse. Tickets: $10 General $5 Students $5 for CSS Faculty/Staff. Held in Mitchell Auditorium on the College of St. Scholastica campus.
Call (218) 723-7000
http://www.css.edu/About/Spotlight-Arts-and-Lectures.html

Oct 19th: UMD Bulldogs Football vs. Minot State
Time: 1:00 pm
Game played on Griggs Field at James S. Malosky Stadium, 1216 Ordean Court on the University of Minnesota-Duluth Campus.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 19th- Oct 20th: Engwalls Corn Maze
Time: 10 am-6 pm
The Engwalls Corn Maze was created in 2010 when Engwall Florist, Greenhouse & Garden Center and Lundeen Productions partnered to create a 52,000 square foot corn maze at the Engwalls main location in Hermantown. The Engwalls Corn Maze has expanded to more than double its original size and now includes live entertainment, two observation towers, a big top tent (Corn Top), maze games, a corn pit, corn cannons, a corn slingshot and hay rides. The maze is also host for several popular events including the annual Corn Maze Festival, Corn-i-Ville and Field of Screams! $8.00 ages 12 & up/ $7.00 under 12 years/ under 24 months free.
Call (218) 727-8964
http://www.engwalls.com/corn-maze%20hours%20and%20prices.html

Oct 20th: A Good Sign For Fairlawn – Party at the Mansion
Time: 12 pm-3 pm
Help us kick-off our fundraising campaign to install a new sign at Fairlawn Mansion. Food and beverages available. Live music by area band, The Bugs. Fun for the whole family. Admission by donation to the Good Sign Fund! Held at Fairlawn Mansion Museum.
Call (715) 394-5712
http://www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

Oct 20th: Rockin for Hope
Time: 5 pm-7 pm spaghetti dinner/ 5 pm-9:30 pm is music
Music by: Kim Storm, Cool Hand Lukes, The Lounge Hounds, and the GRRRL Band. Raffles, Large Silent Auction, Buy Now Tables, Drawings-Proceeds benefit breast cancer patients medical treat bills in northern MN and WI. $10.00 admission. Held at Clyde Iron Works.
Call
http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org

Oct 20th: UMD Opera: Die Fledermaus
Time: 2:00 pm
Directed by Alice Pierce | Conducted by Jean R. Perrault. Tickets are: Adult $18/UMD Faculty & Staff $15/Senior $13/ Student $8/UMD Student $6
Call (218) 726-8877
http://www.tickets.umn.edu

Oct 21st: Vikings Sunday at Grandma's Sports Garden
Time: Game time is at 7:40 pm
Versus New York Giants. Multiple big screen action, interactive games & prizes, great food & drink specials, and a chance to win tickets to every home game.
Call (218) 722-4724
http://www.grandmasrestaurants.com/sportsgarden/

Oct 22nd: opening reception for BLOOD MEMOIRS: Exploring Individuality, Memory and Culture through Portraiture
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Presentation by Guest Curator, Amber-Dawn Bear Robe at 6:00 pm at Montague Hall 70, UMD, followed with a Reception at 7pm at the Tweed Museum of Art, featuring a performance by Adrian Stimson, as his alter ego "Buffalo Boy". Located on the campus of University of Minnesota-Duluth at 1201 Ordean Court.
Call (218) 729-8222
http://www.d.umn.edu/tma

Oct 23rd: : Feature Film Screening: Skins, directed by Chris Eyre
Time: 6:00 pm
Introduction by Director Chris Eyre at Montague Hall 70 in the University of Minnesota Duluth, followed by the film screening. Free and open to the public
Call (218)729-8222
http://www.d.umn.edu/tma

Oct 23rd: Lake Superior Art Glass - Intro to Torch Working Classes
Time: 6 pm-9 pm
Part of our "Intro to Torch Working" class series offered through Duluth Community Education. To register visit www.duluthcommunityed.org
Call (218) 464-1799 to register
http://www.duluthcommunityed.org

Oct 23rd: The 11th Annual Duluth Senior Expo
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
The annual Senior Expo will features exhibitors, screenings, live entertainment, seminars, a fashion show and much more. This year the Hearing Associates Entertainment Stage features the popular Rock a Billy Revue will perform their tributes to Roy Orbison, Elvis and much more. Also scheduled is the legendary Chmielewski Funtime Band, the Top Hats and the Sassy Senior Sweatshop Zumba Fitness Group. Also appearing will be acclaimed celebrity impersonator Bruce Cusick as Jack Nicholson. Bruce will be on hand for photo opportunities and act as emcee on the Hearing Associates stage. Admission is $6 at the door. Held at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC)
Call (218)727-1177
http://www.seniorexpoduluth.com

Oct 23rd- Oct 26th: MN Council of Nonprofit Association
Time:
Held at the DECC.
Call

Oct 24th: Ovation Guest Artist Series Concert: Violin/Piano Duo - Gary Levinson, violin & Daredjan “Baya” Kakouberi, piano
Time: 7:30 pm
This piano duo combines much sought-after violinist Gary Levinson and outstanding pianist Daredjan "Baya" Kakouberi. Gary was praised for his intense musicality and adroit technique by American and European critics, and was chosen by Zubin Mehta to join the New York Philharmonic before the completion of his undergraduate degree from the Juilliard School. "Baya" has been hailed as a "treat to watch and hear" who made her debut at the age of eleven and later entered the Moscow Conservatory where she completed her master’s and doctorate under the tutelage of International Tchaikovsky Competition gold medalist Vladimir Krainev. Tickets are: Adult $20/UMD Faculty & Staff $10/Senior $15/Student $5/UMD Student $5
Call (218) 726-8877
http://www.tickets.umn.edu

Oct 24th: Spooky Band Night Fundraiser. An Evening of Music to Support CHOICE, unlimited’s ARTS Program
Time: 7:00 pm
Musical acts include: Snobarn, Lookdown Moon and Toby Thomas Churchill Tickets are $5.00 at the door, $1.00 off if in costume. Held at Beaner's Central Concert Coffeehouse at 324 N Central Avenue.
Call 218-725-5869
http://www.choiceunlimited.org

Oct 24th- Oct 26th: William A. Irvin "Haunted Ship Tours"
Time: Thursday and Friday 6:30 pm/Saturday 4:00 pm
Are you ready for a real scare? Each year, during October, the William A. Irvin transforms itself into a haunted ship. During the self-guided tour, your worst nightmares will come to life. You’ll see how the historic ore ship’s hauntings are not just a rumor. Mysterious sightings have been recorded through the decades. Walking through the dark, eerie hallways, you’ll get the feeling that you’re never alone, because you won’t be. In this ship, no place is safe. If you think you’re brave enough to visit the Haunted Ship, remember, only the tough ones make it through alive. Also held October 29-31.
Call (218) 722-7876
http://www.duluthhauntedship.com

Oct 24th- Oct 27th: Glensheen's Jack O' Lantern Spooktacular
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
What is a Jack O’ Lantern Spooktacular? It’s a display of artistry in which pumpkins are the canvas. Artists and students are teaming up to create hundreds of jack o’ lanterns that will illuminate Glensheen’s seven-acres of Lake Superior shoreline. The event will be held on Glensheen’s grounds.
Call (218) 726-8910 or (888) 454-GLEN
http://www.glensheen.org

Oct 24th- Oct 27th: Haunted Shack and Hay Ride
Time: Thurs & Sun 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm/Fri 7:30 pm - 10 pm/Sat 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
It's the 20th Anniversary of Minnesota's Scariest Haunted House! The Haunted Hayride starts at 7:00 pm and runs until 9:30 pm. Proceeds benefit the local food shelf, Special Olympics & the Northland Coat Drive. Two attractions for $12.00. Save $2.00 by bringing in a non-perishable food item or bring in 1 coat for the Northland coat drive and get 2 for 1. Under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Night time showings not recommended for children 12 and under. Free parking, held at the Buffalo House at 2590 Guss Road.
Call
http://www.hauntedshack.com

Oct 24th- Oct 27th: Terror Twister
Time: Thursday, Friday & Saturday7:00 pm-10:00 pm/Sunday 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 24th- Oct 27th: The Duluth Playhouse Children's Theatre presents: A Wrinkle in Time
Time: Thurs & Fri at 7:00 pm/Saturday at 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm/Sunday at 2:00 pm
A Wrinkle in Time revolves around a young girl whose father, a scientist, has gone missing while working on a mysterious government project. With her companions, she begins an adventure through time and space to find him. Tickets are $12.00. Play is held at the Duluth Playhouse at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 733-7555
http://www.duluthplayhouse.org

Oct 25th: Blue Man Group's 1000th Performance!
Time: 8:00 pm
Blue Man Group will play DECC Symphony Hall in Duluth, MN on October 25 & 26 at 8:00 PM. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster locations and in person at the DECC Ticket Office. Ticket prices start at $47.00. Held in the Symphony Hall at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC)
Call 1-800-745-300
http://www.ticketmaster.com

Oct 25th: LLO Science Friday
Time: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The scientists and staff of UMD's Large Lakes Observatory (LLO) invite the public to board and tour the Blue Heron research vessel and indulge in science. LLO is offering "LLO Science Friday," with presentations on scientific topics. The R/V Blue Heron will tie up on "LLO Science Friday" in the Twin Ports Harbor at the Great Lakes Aquarium, 353 Harbor Drive. At each session, one of LLO's scientists will provide a presentation (3:30 pm and 4:30 pm) on recent global large lake research. For more information, please visit the web site.
Call (218) 726-6904
http://www.d.umn.edu/llo

Oct 25th: Minnesota Paranormal Investigators at the Duluth Public Library
Time: 4:00 pm
Minnesota Paranormal Investigators, the oldest paranormal group in the state will be speaking in Duluth. This free presentation will look at what the paranormal is, how an investigation works and what the presenters have discovered. John and Anita Savage, the founders of the organization, have investigated reports of the paranormal for more than two decades and in hundreds of locations. Located at the Duluth Public Library inside the Green Room.
Call (218) 730-4200/option 6.
http://www.duluth.lib.mn.us/programs-events/

Oct 25th- Oct 26th: The Duluth Underground presents: The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Time: Happy Hour at 8:00 pm(learn the Time Warp) 9:00 pm Movie
Rocky Horror Picture Show goes Underground. -Audience participation production- Prop bags provided Just as Brad and Janet wander into Dr. Frank N. Furter’s castle, we invite you to wander into our castlesque Underground for the Halloween classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. The happy newly engaged Brad and Janet find themselves at Dr. Frank N. Furter’s castle. As the night unfolds at the castle, Brad and Janet find it’s full of sex, murder and scandal. Come see if they escape the demented castle and find out if we let you out from Underground. Audience members that are dressed as transylvanians MAY get pulled on stage! Adult Subject Matter, Film is rated R. Tickets are $15.00
Call (218) 733-7555
http://www.duluthplayhouse.org

Oct 25th- Oct 26th: UMD Men's Hockey vs. Notre Dame
Time: 7:07 pm
University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey games are played at the AMSOIL Arena at 350 Harbor Drive.
Call (218) 726-8595
http://www.umdbulldogs.com

Oct 25th- Oct 27th: Douglas County Historical Society History Theatre presents "Devils, Dancing and Dead People"
Time: Fri-Sat at 7 pm/Sun at 2 pm
Award-winning original play by Dale R. Botten and Matthew R. Cetnar Three ghosts visit a despondent bartender at the Anchor Chain Bar during the night of the 1991 Halloween mega snowstorm. Full of comedy, drama and hope for tomorrow. Admission is $12.00. Held at Douglas County Historical Society,1101 John Ave. Superior, WI.
Call (715) 392-8449
http://www.douglashistory.org

Oct 26th: Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra presents: "Once Upon a Time"
Time: 7:00 pm
Experience Tchaikovsky's music to Sleeping Beauty with the storyline and visuals on the big screen; Prokofiev's Cinderella with live narration of the Grimm fairytale; and Stravinsky's Firebird with visuals and close-ups of the orchestra. Tickets start at $20 for adults/$18 for seniors/$10 for students. Held at East High School
Call (218) 623-3776
http://www.dsso.com

Oct 26th: Fido's Fall Festival
Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bring your dog in for some onsite care and information. Rabies clinic by PetCare of Duluth. Micro-chipping by Northland Spay & Neuter. Training demonstrations by Master Dog Trainer, Ram Reizel, with scheduled times to be announced. Wildwood Wildlife Rehab and Animal Allies Humane Society will be here too! Some services will require a fee. Held in the Fitger's Complex at 600 E Superior Street, Duluth
Call (218) 464-4484
http://www.aplaceforfido.com

Oct 26th: Haunted Shack: Faint of Heart and Kids Day
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
$8.00 donation. Treats given throughout the maze to kids 12 and under. Free parking, held at the Buffalo House at 2590 Guss Road.
Call
http://www.hauntedshack.com

Oct 26th: Howl-O-Ween
Time: 10 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm-3:30 pm
Howl-O-Ween is our annual event on the last Saturday of October is a great event for families with children up to 8 years old. Activities include (not very) spooky critter hikes, goodies, games, crafts, face painting, and of course lots of treats. Due to its popularity we have two identical sessions to accommodate even more little goblins. Now you can choose to join us from either 10:00 am to noon or 1:30-3:30 pm. The cost is just $15 per family and you MUST preregister for this event! Admission: $15/family, limited to 150 people per session. Held at Hartley Nature Center.
Call (218) 724-6735
http://www.hartleynature.org

Oct 26th: Lake Superior Art Glass - Student Appreciation Event
Time: 11 am-9 pm (registration starts at 10 am)
Need a break from the classroom? Want to work with fire? Do you like FREE things? Lake Superior Art Glass is offering free one-hour classes to students. Bring a valid student ID to sign up. There will also be discounts, and prize drawings available with a student ID with live music all day! One-hour class sizes are limited to 2 and sign up opens at 10 am. So come early and bring a friend. Call or visit our Web site for details.
Call (218) 464-1799
http://www.lakesuperiorartglass.com

Oct 26th: Terror Train aboard the North Shore Scenic Railroad
Time: 6:00 pm
All Adult Costume Party on a train!
Call (218) 722-1273
http://www.northshorescenicrailroad.org/Home/Home.asp

Oct 26th- Oct 27th: Argentine tango workshops
Time: 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Tango is the dance of "One heart, four legs" Challenging, but beautiful and addicting. Come and try it! $15 per class. Saturday 1:30 Beginners - Fundamentals of Argentine Tango: The elegant walk, the embrace, the cruzada/3:30 Advanced Beginners - Ochos Sunday: 1:30 - Turns and More Turns/3:30 - More Advanced Moves and Concepts, embellishments and poses. Held at Minnesota Ballet, 301 West First Street, Suite 800 Duluth, MN 55802
Call (218) 529-3742
http://www.mndance.com

Oct 26th- Oct 27th: Engwalls Corn Maze
Time: 10 am-6 pm
The Engwalls Corn Maze was created in 2010 when Engwall Florist, Greenhouse & Garden Center and Lundeen Productions partnered to create a 52,000 square foot corn maze at the Engwalls main location in Hermantown. The Engwalls Corn Maze has expanded to more than double its original size and now includes live entertainment, two observation towers, a big top tent (Corn Top), maze games, a corn pit, corn cannons, a corn slingshot and hay rides. The maze is also host for several popular events including the annual Corn Maze Festival, Corn-i-Ville and Field of Screams! $8.00 ages 12 & up/ $7.00 under 12 years/ under 24 months free.
Call (218) 727-8964
http://www.engwalls.com/corn-maze%20hours%20and%20prices.html

Oct 27th: Scarium at the Aquarium
Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
It’s time again to scare up some fun at Great Lakes Aquarium’s annual Scarium at the Aquarium. This special Halloween event, in its 13th year at the Aquarium, offers fun and discovery for the whole family. The celebration includes trick or treating throughout the exhibit floors, games and face painting in the lobby, SCUBA divers in costume and, new this year, a free photo booth. Costumed children age 12 and under get in free with paid adult admission. Tickets for adults are $16.50. As always, members get in free.
Call (218) 740-3474
http://www.glaquarium.org

Oct 27th: UMD Guest Artist Recital: Janet Anthony, cello & Tony Padilla, piano/flute
Time: 7:30 pm
Featuring American music including a sonata by colonial composer Raynor Taylor; the sonata by Robert Muczynski and sonata by Samuel Barber; and Abu Ghraib by John Harbison. Tickets are: Adult $15/UMD Faculty & Staff $5/Senior $10/Student $7/UMD Student FREE
Call (218) 726-8877
http://www.tickets.umn.edu

Oct 27th: Vikings Sunday at Grandma's Sports Garden
Time: Game time is at 7:30 pm
Versus Green Bay Packers. Multiple big screen action, interactive games & prizes, great food & drink specials, and a chance to win tickets to every home game.
Call (218) 722-4724
http://www.grandmasrestaurants.com/sportsgarden/

Oct 27th- Oct 30th: Superstition Tours
Time: tours start at 7:30 pm
Tour the darkened house with flashlights, and learn about the superstitious life of the Victorians. Tours will leave every ½ hour. $8.00 adults, $6.50 seniors/students, not recommended for children 5 and under. Held at Fairlawn Mansion.
Call (715) 394-5712
http://www.superiorpublicmuseums.org

Oct 29th: History in a Pint: "“The Navy Hospital Corpsman’s Charges: "Marines, Sailors & Seals”
Time: 6:30 pm
Veterans’ Memorial Hall, a program of the St. Louis County Historical Society, announces its next event in the local history discussion series, “History in a Pint.” The presentation, entitled “The Navy Hospital Corpsman’s Charges: Marines, Sailors & Seals” This “History in a Pint” segment will be presented by life-long Duluth resident and community organizer Neill Atkins. He will discuss the life of a Navy Corpsman in the early seventies during the Vietnam War. Free and open to the public. Event is held at Grandma’s Saloon & Restaurant, in the Sand Bar, located at 522 South Lake Avenue.
Call (218) 733-7568
http://www.vets-hall.org,

Oct 29th: Restore Nor Shor: Creating a new life for a legendary landmark
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Help re-light the NorShor's Marquee, hear the project updates, tour the NorShor Theatre, and see architectural renderings and building plans.
Call (218) 733-7555
http://www.norshortheatre.com/

Oct 29th- Oct 31st: William A. Irvin "Haunted Ship Tours"
Time: 6:30 pm
Are you ready for a real scare? Each year, during October, the William A. Irvin transforms itself into a haunted ship. During the self-guided tour, your worst nightmares will come to life. You’ll see how the historic ore ship’s hauntings are not just a rumor. Mysterious sightings have been recorded through the decades. Walking through the dark, eerie hallways, you’ll get the feeling that you’re never alone, because you won’t be. In this ship, no place is safe. If you think you’re brave enough to visit the Haunted Ship, remember, only the tough ones make it through alive.
Call (218) 722-7876
http://www.duluthhauntedship.com

Oct 30th: Lake Superior Art Glass - Intro to Torch Working Classes
Time: 6 pm-9 pm
Part of our "Intro to Torch Working" class series offered through Duluth Community Education. To register visit www.duluthcommunityed.org
Call (218) 464-1799 to register
http://www.duluthcommunityed.org

Oct 30th: UMD Jazz Scholarship Concert
Time: 7:30 pm
Jazz Ensemble I • Adam Booker, conductor Jazz Ensemble II • Tom Pfotenhauer, conductor. Big Time Jazz Orchestra • Randy Lee, conductor. Tickets are: Adult $15/UMD Faculty & Staff $5/Senior $10/Student $7/UMD Student $5
Call (218) 726-8877
http://www.tickets.umn.edu

Oct 30th- Oct 31st: Haunted Shack and Hay Ride
Time: Weds 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm/Thurs (Halloween) 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
It's the 20th Anniversary of Minnesota's Scariest Haunted House! The Haunted Hayride starts at 7:00 pm and runs until 9:30 pm. Proceeds benefit the local food shelf, Special Olympics & the Northland Coat Drive. Two attractions for $12.00. Save $2.00 by bringing in a non-perishable food item or bring in 1 coat for the Northland coat drive and get 2 for 1. Under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Night time showings not recommended for children 12 and under. Free parking, held at the Buffalo House at 2590 Guss Road.
Call
http://www.hauntedshack.com

Oct 31st: Fright Zone at Adventure Zone
Time: 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Come dressed in costume with a non-perishable food item and get a free game of laser tag or mini golf. Limit one per person good on Halloween only.
Call (218) 740-4000
http://www.adventurezoneduluth.com/

Oct 31st: Haunted Happenings: The Legend of Hawthorne Manor
Time: 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Harrison Community Center will be transformed into the kitchen and dining room of the fictional Hawthorne family, who mysteriously disappeared from their mansion on Park Point in October of 1924. Families will have the opportunity to tour the manor’s kitchen and solve the mystery of the family’s disappearance, be educated about sanitary food preparation, and sample some healthy and delicious recipes. Haunted Happenings is designed for children ages five and up, but is appropriate for children of all ages. Northern Expressions Arts Collective will also be collecting nonperishable food items to benefit the Salvation Army Food Shelf in Lincoln Park. This trick or treating stop is free and open to the public.
Call (218) 789-6322

Oct 31st: Terror Twister
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Held at Spirit Mountain Adventure Park.
Call (218) 628-2891/ (800) 642-6377
http://www.spiritmt.com

Oct 31st: The Reef's Rocktastic Halloween
Time: 9:30 pm - 1:30 am
Join The 13th Choir, Rooftop Fable and special guests for the most Rocktastic Halloween Party in Duluth! Come down to the Reef for a night of live rock, costumes and Halloween shenanigans. Plan to be there Halloween night. Free and also wear your best costume. The Reef will be holding a costume contest at midnight with cash prizes! Held at the Reef Bar at 2002 London Road
Call (218) 724-9845
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reef-Bar/178453378862400

Oct 31st- Nov 2nd: Renegade Theater Company presents "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"
Time: 8 pm
Come hear the true story of America's first political maverick, but leave the textbooks and bring some black eyeliner. Held at Teatro Zuccone.
Call (218) 336-1414 (box office)
http://www.renegadetheatercompany.org


*DECC is the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Ticket office, (218) 727-4344 and business office, (218) 722-5573.

*UMD is the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Their general information number is (218) 726-8000

*CSS is the College of St. Scholastica. Their general information number is (218) 723-6000

*Spirit Mountain's phone number is 1-800-642-6377 or 218-628-2891

**All rates, dates and times are subject to change without notice. Visit Duluth is not responsible for any changes or errors. Please call ahead if possible. Also, check our site for any updates. Our business office is closed on Saturdays and Sundays but you can call the Thompson Hill State Information Center at (218) 723-4938. They are open 7 days a week, except for major holidays. Have a great time in Duluth!


 
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