Events For 10/29/2017

9am-5pm Sun. Oct. 29

Terrain: The Art of Localizing Symposium

Artist Cecilia Ramon offers a symposium, Terrain: The Art of Localizing, that will address intersections between ecology, art and design based on systems thinking, opening new ways to co-exist with the living world. Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. symposium Saturday & Sunday, 7-8 p.m. community forum Saturday Cost: Free but registration required via

Duluth Art Institute's Lincoln Center for Arts Education 2229 West Second Street, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: 21+

11am-4pm Sun. Oct. 29

Sports Cards & Collectibles Show

Sports Cards, Coins, Collectibles Show. Buying/Selling/Trading/ Free Appraisals. 30 tables of sports collectibles from many dealers and collectors. Autographed items, new and vintage cards, bobble heads, new sports and entertainment wax, currency, gold/silver + much more. Games for kids and adults

Miller Hill Mall 1600 Miller Trunk Hwy., Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

3-5pm Sun. Oct. 29

DSSO's Inspiration (Superior)

During the summer of 1788 Mozart was blessed with divine inspiration: Over the course of just three months he completed his final three symphonies, each one an absolute masterpiece. We pair his Symphony No.39 with two compositions, inspired by music from Argentina: Golijov’s Last Round and Piazzolla’s Oblivion. Finally, we are thrilled to welcome back Abraham Feder in Schumann’s Cello Concerto.

Cathedral of Christ the King, Superior

Cost: $25, $10 Students

4-7pm Sun. Oct. 29

Marc Gartman

The Breeze Inn 5168 Jean Duluth Road, Duluth

7:30-10pm Sun. Oct. 29

Fairlawn's Flashlight Tours

Tour the darkened house with flashlights, and learn about the superstitious life of the Victorians. Tours will leave every half hour beginning at 7:30 p.m. (no reservations needed).

Fairlawn Mansion & Museum 906 East 2nd St, Superior

Cost: $10 adults, $8 seniors/students, $5 for kids age 6-17, not recommended for children 5 and under

Age: 6+

Ongoing Events For 10/29/2017

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc

Open Mic

Every Sunday until Dec. 18, 5pm;