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Great Upcoming Events in Duluth This Week

Mar 31st: Shades of Africa: Celebrating African Heritage
Time: 7:30 pm
Joshua Russell, piano: Ludovic Lamothe, the “Black” Chopin. Tickets: Adult $15.00/ UMD Faculty & Staff $5.00/Senior $10.00/Student $7.00/UMD Student $5.00. Held in Weber Music Hall on the UMD campus.
Call (218) 726-8877
http://z.umn.edu/UMDSFAtix

Mar 31st: Veterans’ Memorial Hall presents: History in a Pint
Time: 6:00 pm
“Year of the Servicewoman” is this years theme. The presentation, entitled “Continuing to Serve after Service,” Buffy Moncel, will be the first female veteran to speak at “History in a Pint.” She served nine years and eight months in the U.S. Air Force and will talk about her service in combat and on the home front. After serving our country for almost 10 years, Buffy still wanted to continue to serve, but in a different way. She is currently the Team Coordinator for the non-profit veterans' organization, Team Red White and Blue. he helped to start the Twin Ports field chapter of this organization. She is also helping to create a separate non-profit called ‘Heroes”, which will specifically provide funding for the initiatives of local veterans, law enforcement, fire fighters, and EMTs. She will discuss the importance of these non-profit groups to veterans and the reasons why they deserve community support. Held at Carmody Irish Pub & Brewing, 308 East Superior Street. The event is free and open to the public.
Call (218) 733-7500
http://www.vets-hall.org

Apr 1st: Lake Superior Vodka Release Party
Time: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
We're releasing a vodka! You asked for it, and it's here! All our best chemistry skills, all the purity of Lake Superior water, the epically-superior-and-soon-to-be-famous Lake Superior Vodka! But because we're not just chemists, we're artists, the "geniuses" in our "marketing department" have decided to release it on April Fools' Day. So come join us for this tongue-in-cheek celebration! April Fools Day Lake Superior Vodka Release Party (But we really ARE releasing a vodka, and we really ARE having a party!) We'll be fancying up the drinks that make vodka a universal favorite. Examples: Screw ups with lemon lime cordial and fresh squeezed orange juice. A white Russian so good it makes The Dude shed a single tear. Vodka and Blue Ox (our house made red bull inspired energy drink). Held at Vikre Distillery, 525 South Lake Avenue
Call (218) 481-7401
https://www.facebook.com/events/1619176918319332/

Apr 1st- Apr 3rd: Shades of Africa: Celebrating African Heritage
Time: 7:30 pm
Wednesday, April 1 - Karine Margron Lecture Recital: Les Chansons d’Haiti Thursday, April 2 - John Amira: Roots, Rituals & Rhythms assisted by UMD Percussion Ensemble Friday, April 3 - Crossing Borders Music Collective: “Pain, Hope, and Resurrection” Tickets: Adult $15.00/UMD Faculty/Staff $5.00/Senior $10.00/Student $7.00/UMD Student $5.00. Held in Weber Music Hall on the UMD Campus.
Call (218) 726-8877
http://z.umn.edu/UMDSFAtix

Apr 2nd: Paranormal Night at the Depot (St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center)
Time: 7:45 pm
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to investigate an alleged haunted building with a paranormal group? The St. Louis County Historical Society, in cooperation with the Historic Union Corporation, will present a special “Paranormal Night at the Depot.” The Minnesota Paranormal Study Group (MNPSG) will be on hand to guide visitors investigating paranormal events in the Depot. Tickets are $45 and the experience is limited to 50 participants, so reserve your tickets early, by calling 218-733-7500. During the evening, smaller groups will investigate the major “hot spots” of paranormal activity in the Depot. There will be an intermission period with a cash bar for guests to partake in liquid spirits while tour guides share personal stories about spirits they have encountered. Held at 506 West Michigan Street.
Call (218) 733-7500
http://www.thehistorypeople.org

Apr 4th: Lake Superior Zoo presents: Easter Egg-stravaganza
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Hop on down to the zoo and enjoy hunting for eggs, playing games, special animal enrichments, treats, prizes and the Easter Bunny himself! A special “toddlers only” area for our youngest guests guarantees a great time for kids of all ages. $5.00 for children ages 3-12, $10.00 for ages 13 and up. Members are free.
Call (218) 730-4500
http://www.lszooduluth.org/visit/events/easter-egg-stravaganza/

Apr 4th- Apr 24th: "Tracks In The Snow: The Minnesota Muslim Experience" Art Exhibit
Time: Zeitgeist hours
Tracks In the Snow Exhibit Dives Deep into Stories of MN Muslims Who are Minnesota Muslims? They are a small but rapidly growing part of the state’s community. Conservative estimates suggest that there are about 120,000 – 150,000 Muslims in Minnesota. Learn about the untold stories of this community at the Tracks in the Snow traveling exhibit. Created by Islamic Resource Group (IRG) with generous support from the Minnesota Historical Society’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund (ACHF), Tracks in the Snow provides unparalleled insight into the lives of Minnesota Muslims. The exhibit captures the variety of their backgrounds and experiences and the factors that led them to make Minnesota their home. Held at Zeitgeist Arts Atrium, 222 East Superior Street.
Call (218) 336-1416
http://www.zeitgeistarts.com/

Apr 5th: Easter Champagne Brunch at Midi Restaurant
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Enjoy an Easter brunch with a wonderful menu at Midi Adults $23.95/Children (ages 6- 10) $10.95/Children (5 and under) $5.95. Inside of Fitger's Complex, 600 East Superior Street.
Call (218) 727-4880
http://midirestaurant.net/


 

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