Events For 10/09/2019

11am Wed. Oct. 9

Duluth/365 Climate Discussion

A community-wide initiative to talk about climate change and to identify steps and strategies in the City of Duluth that can be undertaken or implemented within 365 days.

Damiano Center 206 W. 4th St., Duluth

11:30am-1pm Wed. Oct. 9

Food For Thought Cafe

Food For Thought Cafe at Duluth East High School is Duluth’s only student-run cafe. Open Weekly Tuesday-Thursday. Call ahead, reservations required.

Duluth East High School 301 N. 40th Ave. E., Duluth

Cost: Cash or Check

noon-1pm Wed. Oct. 9

Labovitz MBA Information Session

A light lunch and information session about the Labovitz MBA, the region's only AACSB accredited program.

Duluth Tech Village 11 E. Superior Street, Suite 210, Duluth

Cost: Free

6-11:30pm Wed. Oct. 9

Embassy 35

During the Catalyst Content Festival, the old Carlson bookstore will be transformed into an immersive, interactive experimental gallery and performance venue featuring 360 degrees of projection and creating a space filled with digital art and robotics.

Former Carlson Bookstore 206 E. Superior St., Duluth

Cost: Free

6-7:30pm Wed. Oct. 9

Writing for Rent: Busting the Myths of a Career in the Arts

Prove your parents wrong and learn how to make a living in the world of writing, comics, and journalism from: Terrance Griep, a professional wrestler and comic book writer, Roy C. Booth: Master playwright, and Michael Fedo: Journalist, biographer and self described “Midlist Author.”

University of Minnesota Duluth Humanities 480 1201 Ordean Court, Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

6-9pm Wed. Oct. 9


LazyLightning420 perform complete, specific Grateful Dead concerts.

Ripple Bar on Lake Superior 325 S. Lake Ave Ste. 109, Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

6-10pm Wed. Oct. 9

Open mic

Wussow's Concert Cafe 324 N. Central Ave., Duluth

7:30-9:30pm Wed. Oct. 9

Play: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Music and Lyrics by William Finn | Book by Rachel Sheinkin | Conceived by Rebecca Feldman | Additional material by Jay Reiss | Directed by Jenna Soleo-Shanks The Spelling Bee finalists are ready to go in this wacky and heartfelt musical. Come celebrate the triumphs and tragedies of adolescence, with only temporary pauses for puberty and peanut allergies.

Marshall Performing Arts Center University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth


Age: All Ages

8pm Wed. Oct. 9

We Ain't Cowboys

Bent Paddle Brewing Co. 1912 W. Michigan St., Duluth

Ongoing Events For 10/09/2019

karaoke/DJ, galleries, classes, etc

Bluegrass Jam

Every Wednesday until Jan. 30, 7pm; Every Wednesday until Jan. 29, 7pm