Events For 05/31/2018

Thu. May. 31

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 https://mobile-stories.org/sample-story/ for access details.

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

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

5:30pm Thu. May. 31

Community Meal

Hope Community Church 1602 Banks Avenue, Superior

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

5:30-7pm Thu. May. 31

Rules of the Road: Confident Urban Cycling

There is more to riding a bike than getting on a pedaling away! In this encouraging class, a certified League Cycling Instructor will provide tips and techniques for increasing your confidence and safety on the road, discuss creative ways to make bicycling fit into your lifestyle, and cover technical topics such as traffic law, bicycle safety, gear and equipment, route planning.

Duluth Folk School 1917 W Superior St, Duluth

6pm Thu. May. 31

Jimi Cooper

Thirsty Pagan Brewing 1623 Broadway St, Superior

6pm Thu. May. 31

Jimi Cooper

Thirsty Pagan Brewing 1623 Broadway St, Superior

7pm Thu. May. 31

Celtic Jam

Sir Benedict's Tavern on the Lake 805 East Superior St., Duluth

7pm Thu. May. 31

Maxi Child Trio

Black Water Lounge 231 E. Superior St., Duluth

7pm Thu. May. 31

Our Town

Our Town is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Thornton Wilder which harkens back to a simpler time in small-town America. The residents of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire experience joys and disappointments, life and death, and conclude that every moment of life should be treasured. All the world’s a stage as the characters convene in a theatre to reenact their stories from 100 years ago.

NorShor Theatre 211 E Superior St, Duluth

Cost: 35

7-9pm Thu. May. 31

Café Scientifique: The Gerry-Mander, Voting Methods, and Mathematics

May's Cafe Sci Twin Ports welcomes mathematicians Eric Erdmann and Richard Buckalew of the University of Minnesota-Duluth to lead the discussion on gerrymandering, voting methods, and mathematics. Come join the discussion on May 31st at Beaners Central to learn about the over 200 year old "Gerry-mander" and how mathematics can help us study this and other aspects of our political system.

Beaner's Central Coffeehouse 324 North Central Avenue, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30pm Thu. May. 31

Nick Swardson

The DECC 350 Harbor Drive, Duluth

9pm Thu. May. 31

Open Mic

Ugly Stick Saloon 3303 Belknap, Superior

Age: 21+