Events For 03/05/2020

10am-2pm Thu. Mar. 5

Head of the Lakes Job & Internship Fair

The Head of the Lakes Job and Internship Fair is the regional job and internship fair for the Twin Ports. Students and alumni of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, the University of Minnesota Duluth, the College of Saint Scholastica and community members are welcome.

Yellowjacket Union Great Room 1605 Catlin Ave., Superior

Cost: Free

noon-1pm Thu. Mar. 5

Jury Exhibition Reception

The annual juried exhibition showcases work form across medium from UWS students. This exhibition highlights the depth of talent on campus and offers a space for surprising new voices in the visual arts. Reception March, 5, 2020 12-1PM Exhibit dates: March 5 – March 26, 2020

Holden Fine Arts Center, Room 2144 1805 Catlin Ave., Superior

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

4-7pm Thu. Mar. 5

7th Annual Seussville Family Fun Event

You would not, could not, should not miss a Seussville Family Fun Night such as this! March is the month, 5th is the day, from 4 to 7 p.m., plenty of time to play! Special Guest: The Cat in the Hat, Thing one and two, and Sneeches snooping about. Receive a free book while supplies last!

Jim Dan Hill Library - UWS 907 N. 19th St., Superior

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

5-7pm Thu. Mar. 5

Social Justice Social

The Duluth NAACP Young Adult Committee's quarterly (FREE) social is partnering with some dope organizations to make this an amazing event for young adults who are interested in social justice. The event is free, registration/sign-in required. It also includes swag (while supplies last), giveaways, dinner catered & more.

Zeitgeist Arts 222 E. Superior St., Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: 21-40

5-8pm Thu. Mar. 5

Russ Sackett

Spirit Mountain Grand Ave. Chalet 8551 Grand Ave., Duluth

5-8pm Thu. Mar. 5

Whiskey Trail

Powerhouse Bar 423 Third Ave., Proctor

5pm Thu. Mar. 5

Randy Anderson

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

6-8pm Thu. Mar. 5

Garden Talks: Native Shrubs & Plants: Use in an Urban Setting

Presented by Gene Smit who works at Prairie Restoration, Inc. Gene will be talking about using native shrubs and plants in an urban setting. Prairie Restorations, Inc. is the longest operating full-service ecological restoration company in the United States. They have passionately led the way in the fascinating business of native plant community restoration. For reservations call 715-394-5712.

Fairlawn Mansion & Museum 906 E. 2nd St., Superior

Cost: $15

6pm Thu. Mar. 5

Killer in the Kitchen Murder Mystery

Killer in the Kitchen Murder Mystery, an original play by Gary C. Banker and produced by Murder Mystery Ink, is set in a 1940s diner in Superior. Catering by Rich Cuisine. 6pm social start, 6:30 start time. All proceeds to be donated to CASDA.

Belknap Lounge 130 Belknap St., Superior

Cost: $40

6:30pm Thu. Mar. 5

Family Fun Night

The West Theatre 319 N. Central Ave., Duluth

7pm Thu. Mar. 5

Matilda (postponed)

Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, the Tony Award-winning Matilda: The Musical is the story of a courageous little girl with an unbounded imagination who proves, despite the odd, you can do anything you put your mind to!

Duluth Playhouse 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth

7:30-9pm Thu. Mar. 5

Symphonic Band Concert

Tickets can be purchased with cash or check at the door.

Thorpe Langley Auditorium in Old Main 1710 Weeks Ave., Superior

Cost: Adults: $5 Seniors: $3 Students: Free

Age: All Ages

7:30-10:30pm Thu. Mar. 5

Machinal (canceled)

Dudley Experimental Theatre Machinal depicts a young woman shackled to the patriarchal systems of the 1920s. This masterpiece of American expressionism weaves poetry and image to craft a 21st century #MeToo moment. ASL interpreted show Sunday, March…

Marshall Performing Arts Center 1215 Ordean Court - UMD Campus, Duluth

Cost: $10-$25