Events For 09/07/2018

Fri. Sep. 7

September is I Stand with Kids Month

I Stand with Kids Month is First Witness' annual campaign on engaging the community for prevention and awareness, so that individuals and businesses can come together to show that 'We All Stand with Kids'.

First Witness Child Advocacy Center 4 West 5th Street, Duluth

Cost: $20-$500

Age: All Ages

9am-4pm Fri. Sep. 7

Agate Bay Crafters

Join us at the Historical Larsmont Schoolhouse located 5 minutes south of Two Harbors on scenic highway 61. We will have local artists and crafters with jewelry, pottery quilting and more. Friday & Saturday 9-4pm July 13/14, Aug 10/11, Sept 7/8, Oct 12/13.

Larsmont Historical Schoolhouse 701 Larsmont Rd, Larsmont

Age: All Ages

4-10pm Fri. Sep. 7

Radio Waves Music Festival

The 11th Annual Radio Waves Music Festival is set for September 7-9, 2018 at Sweetheart's Bluff in the Grand Marais Recreation Area. Featuring 26 musical acts, including special guests The Carpenter Ants from Charleston, W.V. Rain or shine with two stages and a dance floor housed under a large tent.

Sweetheart's Bluff--Grand Marais Recreation Area 114 S 8th Ave West, Grand Marais

Cost: $10.00 per day; $20.00 weekend pass; kids under 12 FREE

Age: All Ages

5pm Fri. Sep. 7

Jane Gang

Keyport Lounge 1900 Belknap St., Superior

6-10pm Fri. Sep. 7

Maxi Childs Trio

Black Water Lounge 231 E. Superior St., Duluth

6pm Fri. Sep. 7

Dance Attic

Sir Benedict's Tavern 805 E. Superior St., Duluth

6pm Fri. Sep. 7

Minnesota Mile

Enger Park 16th Ave. W. & Skyline Pkwy., Duluth

7-10pm Fri. Sep. 7

John Seguin

Bergey's Sports Bar 2232 W. Superior St., Duluth

7pm Fri. Sep. 7

One Less Guest

Spirit Room 1323 Broadway St., Superior

7:30pm Fri. Sep. 7

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.

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