Events For 09/30/2017

9am-11:30pm Sat. Sep. 30

4rth Annual Running for our Heroes 5K

The 4rth Annual Running for our Heroes 5K run/walk will take place on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 9:00am,on the beautiful campus of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, in Superior, Wisconsin. Registration check-in as well as the…

University of Wisconsin-Superior 1600 Catlin Avenue, Superior

Cost: The early registration entry fee is $20 per person. $15 for UWS students and veterans.

Age: 1-99

10am-4pm Sat. Sep. 30

Behold the Mug

It's a festival of mugs! See mugs from potters across Minnesota and Wisconsin, from both current gallery artists as well as guest artists for this event only. Duluth Coffee and local delicacies will be served.

Siiviis 361 Canal Park Drive, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

11am-7pm Sat. Sep. 30

Lake Superior Estuarium opens September 30

A new destination for family fun is coming to Superior just in time for National Estuaries Day with the grand opening of the Lake Superior Estuarium on September 30. A new public exhibit hall operated by the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, the Estuarium invites locals and tourists alike to learn about the St. Louis River Estuary and Lake Superior.

Lake Superior NERR 3 Marina Drive, Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

11am Sat. Sep. 30

Born in China

Superior Public Library 1530 Tower Avenue, Superior

2-4pm Sat. Sep. 30

Author Event: Chris Monroe

Children's author and illustrator, and Duluth native, Chris Monroe will read from her new book "Monkey With A Tool Belt And The Silly School Mystery." Will Chico Bon Bon have what he needs in his trusty tool belt to solve the mystery of the disappearing school supplies?

Zenith Bookstore 318 N Central Ave., Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

9pm Sat. Sep. 30

Tempted Fate

Powerhouse Bar 408 Third Ave., Proctor

9:30pm Sat. Sep. 30


Gopher Bar & Grill 402 North Central Ave., Duluth

Ongoing Events For 09/30/2017

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc


Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday until Oct. 2, 7:30pm;