Events For 10/18/2018

noon-1pm Thu. Oct. 18

Author visit: Sarah Stonich

Sarah Stonich, best-selling author of "These Granite Islands," the critically acclaimed novel "The Ice Chorus" and "Shelter: Off the Grid in the Mostly Magnetic North," will be at the Virginia Public Library. She will discuss "Laurentian Divide," sequel to "Vacationland" and the second volume in her Northern Trilogy.

Virginia Public Library 215 5th Avenue South, Virginia

Cost: FREE

Age: Adult

noon Thu. Oct. 18

Fires of 1918

The Duluth Depot 506 West Michigan Street, Duluth

4-8pm Thu. Oct. 18

Whiskey Trail

Powerhouse Bar 408 Third Ave., Proctor

5-7:30pm Thu. Oct. 18

Billy Barnard

Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub 109 W Superior St, Duluth

5pm Thu. Oct. 18

Tom O'Keefe

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

6-10pm Thu. Oct. 18

Maxi Childs Trio

Black Water Lounge 231 E. Superior St., Duluth

6-8pm Thu. Oct. 18

Celtic Session

Carmody Irish Pub 308 E Superior Street, Duluth

6pm Thu. Oct. 18

Mel Annala

Mont Du Lac Recreation 3125 Mont Du Lac Dr., Superior

7-9pm Thu. Oct. 18

Scenes from Bram Stoker's Dracula in Prentice Park

Ashland High School Drama 6th annual Halloween Production In Prentice Park-this year's presentation is Scenes from Bram Stoker's Dracula starting at 7:00 pm Thursday through Saturday at the large pavilion in Prentice Park; Sunday Oct 21 at 2:00 pm at the Ashland High School Auditorium at 1900 Beaser Ave.

Prentice Park, Ashland

Cost: $5 per person

Age: Not for very small children

7pm Thu. Oct. 18

Tri-State Band Festival

The University of Wisconsin-Superior hosts more than 100 of the best high school musicians from the Northland.

Thorpe Langley Auditorium-UWS 1710 Weeks Ave., Superior

Cost: $5 adults, $3 seniors, free for students

7pm Thu. Oct. 18

Lecture: The End of Pax Americana

Lecture by Thomas Hanson sponsored by the Royal D. Alworth, Jr. Institute for International Studies.

University of Minnesota-Duluth Kathryn A. Martin Library Rotunda, Duluth

7:30pm Thu. Oct. 18

Dear Finder

A new imagining of the award-winning documentary play first performed 20 years ago, Dear Finder 2018 examines how we continue to struggle with the lessons and legacies of the Holocaust.

Marshall Performing Arts Center UMD Campus, Duluth

Ongoing Events For 10/18/2018

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc