Saturday, Sep. 22nd, 2018

7:30pm Sat. Sep. 22

The Realistic Joneses

‘The Realistic Joneses’ by Will Eno is a comedy about two couples, both with the last name Jones, wrestling with major mid-life issues, including degenerative disease. This quirky play strikes a balance between the tragedy and the comedy of life in the 21st century. Making its regional debut, this show was selected as one of the top “25 new American plays in the last 25 years” by the New York Times. Wednesday, Sept. 19 showing is "pay what you can night," first come first serve.

Zeitgeist Arts 222 E. Superior Street, Duluth

Cost: $20 General Admission / $17 Seniors and Students

10:30pm Sat. Sep. 22

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Sunday, Sep. 23rd, 2018

2-4pm Sun. Sep. 23

Book release: Caught Between Coasts

Jan Chronister will read from her new collection "Caught between Coasts" with musical interludes by Sarah Jane Hale and Joe Lindzius aka Similar Dogs.

Lake Superior Estuarium on Barker's Island 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Tuesday, Sep. 25th, 2018

10:30-11am Tue. Sep. 25

Story Time at Zenith Bookstore

Join us for Story Time in the Zenith Bookstore Children's Section.

Zenith Bookstore 318 N Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: Young Children

Thursday, Sep. 27th, 2018

4:30-6pm Thu. Sep. 27

UMD Authors' Celebration: Monographs

Authors of books published in 2018 have been invited to share a short reading of their latest work. A social hour will follow the readings, providing a chance to talk with the authors, have them sign copies of their books, explore the topics of the books further, and connect with colleagues from across campus.

Fourth-floor Rotunda, Kathryn A. Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth 416 Library Dr., Duluth

6-8pm Thu. Sep. 27

Art Against Oppression in South Africa

Duluth artist Ray Allard lived in South Africa and interviewed key black and white artists about their creative responses to censorship and racial separation during the apartheid era. The presentation is held in collaboration with the Mandela Centenary Committee-Duluth.

Tweed Museum of Art 1201 Ordean Ct., Duluth

Cost: Free

7-9pm Thu. Sep. 27

Author Event: Sarah Stonich

Author of the critically acclaimed novel Vacationland and her new novel Laurentian Divide.

Zenith Bookstore 318 Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Friday, Sep. 28th, 2018

6-7:30pm Fri. Sep. 28

Poetry Open Mic

Amazing Grace Bakery & Cafe 394 Lake Ave. S., Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

10:30pm Fri. Sep. 28

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Saturday, Sep. 29th, 2018

6-9pm Sat. Sep. 29

Dessa presents 'My Own Devices'

Musician, artist and now author Dessa will discuss, read from and sign her new memoir, "My Own Devices: True Stories from the Road on Music, Science, and Senseless Love." $30 advanced ticket includes a copy of the book. Tickets may be…

Zenith Bookstore 318 Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: $30 advanced ticket includes cost of book

Age: All Ages

10:30pm Sat. Sep. 29

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 2018

10:30-11am Tue. Oct. 2

Story Time at Zenith Bookstore

Join us for Story Time in the Zenith Bookstore Children's Section.

Zenith Bookstore 318 N Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: Young Children

7-9pm Tue. Oct. 2

Author Event: Leif Enger

Zenith Bookstore celebrates the release of Leif Enger's new novel Virgil Wander. Ten years in the writing and so worth the wait! Enger, the author of the magical New York Times bestseller Peace Like a River, returns with an enchanting story that follows the inhabitants of a small Midwestern town in their quest to revive it’s flagging heart.

Zenith Bookstore 318 Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Thursday, Oct. 4th, 2018
Friday, Oct. 5th, 2018

7pm Fri. Oct. 5

Author event: Matt Goldman

Emmy Award-winning screenwriter turned crime novelist will read, discuss and sign his new book, "Broken Ice," set during the State Hockey Tournament and in Warroad.

Bookstore At Fitger's 600 E Superior St, Duluth

7pm Fri. Oct. 5

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 5

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

10:30pm Fri. Oct. 5

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Saturday, Oct. 6th, 2018

7pm Sat. Oct. 6

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 6

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

10:30pm Sat. Oct. 6

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Sunday, Oct. 7th, 2018

2pm Sun. Oct. 7

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

2pm Sun. Oct. 7

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

Tuesday, Oct. 9th, 2018

10:30-11am Tue. Oct. 9

Story Time at Zenith Bookstore

Join us for Story Time in the Zenith Bookstore Children's Section.

Zenith Bookstore 318 N Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: Young Children

Thursday, Oct. 11th, 2018

7:30pm Thu. Oct. 11

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

Friday, Oct. 12th, 2018

7pm Fri. Oct. 12

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 12

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

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 12

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

10:30pm Fri. Oct. 12

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Saturday, Oct. 13th, 2018

11am-2pm Sat. Oct. 13

Free Family Art Day

The Duluth Art Institute hosts four Free Family Art Days each year at our Lincoln Park Building. Make and take art projects for all ages and abilities - for the young and young at ART. The October session will have Fall-themed activities.

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

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7pm Sat. Oct. 13

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 13

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

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 13

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

10:30pm Sat. Oct. 13

Renegade Improv

Teatro Zuccone 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Sunday, Oct. 14th, 2018

2pm Sun. Oct. 14

Heroes

Three U.S. veterans of World War I together in a nursing home in 1959. By Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, directed by Wes Kruse.

Douglas County Historical Society Vasa Hall, 1101 John Avenue, Superior

Cost: $15

2pm Sun. Oct. 14

War of the Worlds

The 1938 Orson Welles broadcast recreated by Wise Fool Theater.

Lincoln Park Middle School 3216 W 3rd Street, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25

2:30pm Sun. Oct. 14

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

Monday, Oct. 15th, 2018

7-9pm Mon. Oct. 15

Minnesota 1918 Fire Centennial

On the centennial of the 1918 Cloquet-Moose Lake fires, we are thrilled to host Curt Brown, author of Minnesota, 1918 - When Flu, Fire, and War Ravaged the State. This is a story of trauma, tragedy, and perseverance in a year that proved to be a turning point in the making of modern America.

Zenith Bookstore 318 Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Wednesday, Oct. 17th, 2018

7:30pm Wed. Oct. 17

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

Thursday, Oct. 18th, 2018

noon-1pm Thu. Oct. 18

Author Visit

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 be discussing Laurentian Divide, sequel to Vacationland, and the second volume in her Northern Trilogy. Call the library for more information.

Virginia Public Library 215 5th Avenue South, Virginia

Cost: FREE

Age: Adult

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