Events For 12/06/2019

9am-2pm Fri. Dec. 6

Sustainability & the Environment Showcase

More than 100 students will present their research about solutions to climate change and other environmental/sustainability issues.

College of St. Scholastica Science Center Benedictine Commons 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

9am-5pm Fri. Dec. 6

Merry Little Christmas Book Sale

Bargains on like-new books , bestselling fiction and nonfiction, children's picture books, cookbooks, thrillers, mysteries, self-help and more.

Superior Public Library 1530 Tower Avenue, Superior

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

5-7:30pm Fri. Dec. 6

Billy Barnard

Dubh Linn Irish Brew Pub 109 W. Superior St., Duluth

5-8pm Fri. Dec. 6

John & Andy

Keyport Lounge 1900 Belknap St., Superior

6-9pm Fri. Dec. 6

Finnish film: The Unknown Soldier

The Finlandia Foundation Northland Chapter hosts an authorized showing of "The Unknown Soldier" on Finland's Independence Day. The Unknown Soldier is a 2017 Finnish war drama and the third adaption of the 1954 Finnish classic novel of the same name by Väinö Linna, a book considered part of national legacy. The previous two film adaptations were released in 1955 and 1985. Each year on its Independence Day the Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE) broadcasts the 1955 version. The three-hour World War II film follows a machine gun company of the Finnish Army during the Continuation War between Finland and the Soviet Union from 1941 to 1944. The event is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted. Refreshments will be served.

Kenwood Lutheran Church 2720 Myers Ave., Duluth

Cost: Free, donations accepted

6pm Fri. Dec. 6

Dance Attic

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

6pm Fri. Dec. 6

Todd Eckart

Mama T's Smokin' Eats 6428 Tower Ave., Superior

7pm Fri. Dec. 6

Maritime Improv Crew

Fitger's Spirit of the North Theater 600 E. Superior St., Duluth

Cost: $10

7pm Fri. Dec. 6

Bryan Gatten

Ursa Minor Brewing 2415 W. Superior St. Suite B, Duluth

7pm Fri. Dec. 6

The Girl in the White Pinafore

Play dealing with themes of guilt and grief, inspired by the actual 1937 gas explosion at a New London, Texas school in which 300 students and teachers died.

7:30-8:30pm Fri. Dec. 6

North Wind Flute Choir

Please join us for some holiday cheer, Friday, Dec 6 , 7:30 PM, at Peace United Church of Christ for our annual  winter concert. The North Wind Flute Choir is thrilled to premiere a piece written by local musician and composer, Ian Deterling…

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

7:30-9pm Fri. Dec. 6

DanceWorks 2019

Rebecca Katz Harwood, Artistic Director Marshall Performing Arts Center - Mainstage Theatre For DanceWorks 2019, variety once again takes center stage. Kick up your heels and into the holiday season by joining us for new original dances by student and faculty choreographers. ASL interpreted show: Sun., 12/8/19 Accessibility: Printed lyrics


Age: All Ages

7:30-9:30pm Fri. Dec. 6

Childe Rowland

Childe Rowland and his sister Burd Ellen are playing by the church when Burd Ellen mysteriously disappears. Childe Rowland consults the wizard Merlin, who suspects that Ellen might have been spirited away by Elves.

StageNorth Theater 123 Omaha St. W, Washburn

Cost: $8-20

Age: All Ages

8pm Fri. Dec. 6

Feeding Leroy

Cedar Lounge/Earth Rider Brewery 1715 N. 3rd St., Superior

8:30pm Fri. Dec. 6

Black Dog Howlin

Cast Iron Bar & Grill 5906 Old Miller Trunk Hwy, Duluth

9pm Fri. Dec. 6

Matthew Griswold

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

9pm Fri. Dec. 6

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Powerhouse Bar 423 Third Ave., Proctor