5 Fun Things to Do This Month in Duluth
March 7 & 21, it's the Mother & Son Dinner Dance at Greysolon Ballroom by Black Woods. Held at 6:30 pm/dinner at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each.
March 9, take part in the 2nd Annual Make Your Mark - Angels for a Cause at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Gates open at 2:00 pm/Angels at 3:00 pm. Make Your Mark: Angels for a Cause is an annual community fundraising event where community members come together and create snow angels to raise money for a cause; proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the homeless populations of Duluth. With a goal of 4,000 participants, we hope to raise at least $25,000 for local non-profit organizations. Suggested donation of $5 to participate or $10 per family. https://mym.wp.d.umn.edu/
March 13-16, The Duluth Playhouse Children's Theatre presents "Hairspray." In 1962 Baltimore, the hair is bigger and the music is louder! Come see quirky, plus-sized teen, Tracy Turnblad, as she reaches her dream and dances her way onto the popular Corny Collins Show. Once there, she must use her sudden stardom to dethrone the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a TV network – all without denting her fabulous 'do! Times are Thurs-Fri 7 pm/ Sat - Sun 2 pm. Performed at The Underground Theatre in The Depot.
You won’t want to miss the annual “Taste at Fitger’s” on March 28. Attend Duluth’s first and best taste event enjoying delicious entrees and desserts prepared by our area’s finest chefs; sample wine, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages; and participate in our Silent Auction. Tickets are $40 and proceeds benefit the Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.
March 28-29, the Minnesota Ballet presents Robert Gardner’s acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s most magical comedy, "A Midsummer Night's Dream", set in a moonlit wood of Elizabethan England, filled with enchanted lovers, sprightly fairies, and delightful comic characters starring Puck, the classic mischief-maker. Adults $17-$42, Students $12-$32, Children $10-$27. Held at Symphony Hall/DECC.