Events For 05/19/2018

Sat. May. 19

Canal Park Poetry Walk

Looking for a new way to experience Canal Park? Try the self-guided mobile Canal Park Poetry Walk. View the poetry walk's Go There version at Canal Park with your data-enabled iPhone or iPad. Or use your iOS mobile to access the Play Anywhere version. All poems on the walk are family-friendly, though not "children's poetry." See for access details.

Lakewalk/Canal Park (below Sister City Park) 200 Canal Park Drive, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Sat. May. 19

Miller Hill Mall Continues More Than Pink® Initiatives with Susan G. Komen®

Miller Hill Mall has announced its Spring 2018 More Than Pink movement in support of Susan G. Komen and the fight against breast cancer. From now until May 20, visitors to Miller Hill Mall be able to participate in two programs to help support Susan G. Komen: Susan G. Komen® Visa® Simon Giftcard® and More Than Pink Hero Wall.

Miller Hill Mall 1600 Miller Trunk Hwy., Duluth

8:30-9:30am Sat. May. 19

Free Community Breakfast

This free community breakfast will serve our local neighbors and the team serving the breakfast is raising money to build a hospital in Tanzania. This is a win/win project involving 2 area churches and the Twin Ports Rotary. Just looking for people now to come and eat! Westminster is handicap accessible.

Westminster Presbyterian Church 9030 Beaudry Street, Duluth

Cost: FREE


9am-12:30pm Sat. May. 19

One Step Closer to Home 5K/15K Walk Run

Harbor House Crisis Shelters provides 30 day emergency shelter services, and longer term transitional living for homeless women and families. The services include: case management, life skills, community resources & referrals and action goal setting all in a Trauma Informed Care manner.

Richard I. Bong Historical Center 305 E 2nd St, Superior

Cost: $25.00 5K and $35.00 15K

Age: All Ages

11:45am-2pm Sat. May. 19

Chester Creek Clean Up with Burrito Union

HOPS TO IT with Burrito Union as we clean up CHESTER CREEK! The first 30 volunteers get hooked up with a FREE SHIRT from Duluth Screen Printing. Bernick's is donating FREE LIFE WATER and Duluth Parks are donating GLOVES and BAGS for all volunteers. When we're done at 2pm, relax at Burrito Union with a FREE PINT and LARGE BURRITO for the price of a regular. Register online at

Burrito Union 1332 East 4th Street, Duluth

1pm Sat. May. 19

Cat in the Hat

Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat arrives with Thing One and Thing Two to turn a dull and dreary day into a wacky extravaganza, leaving Sally and her brother speechless when their mother comes home and asks about their day. Don’t miss all the Don’t miss all the magical tricks and hijinks that make this classic Dr. Seuss story really awe-inspiring on stage, especially with the Theatre for Young Audienc

Duluth Playhouse 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth

Cost: 12-15

2-3:30pm Sat. May. 19

Artist Talk with Tim White and Allen Killian-Moore

A dialogue between the “still” and “moving” image: The work of photographer Tim White and filmmaker Allen Killian-Moore share various aesthetic and thematic traits while still retaining each artist’s individual viewpoint. We will be hosting a literal dialogue between Killian-Moore and White regarding points of connection (and perhaps disconnection) in their work and their process.

Joseph Nease Gallery 23 W 1st St, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

3-7pm Sat. May. 19

Jazz at the Toga

Saratoga Night Club 331 Canal Park Drive, Duluth

7:30pm Sat. May. 19


Sacred Heart Music Center 201 West 4th Street, Duluth

8pm Sat. May. 19

Chad & Matt

Jack's Place 1923 Tower Avenue, Superior

9pm Sat. May. 19


Red Herring 208 E. 1st St., Duluth

10pm Sat. May. 19

Prince Paul

Carmody Irish Pub 308 East Superior Street, Duluth