Events For 03/19/2020

11:30am-1pm Thu. Mar. 19

Food For Thought Cafe

Duluth's only student operated restaurant located at Duluth East High School. Your table service and culinary preparations are provided by 9th - 12th grade culinary art students with instruction from Chef Glenn D'Amour. Come support an amazing program that helps our culinary students hone their craft and find rewarding jobs in our community! Follow us on Instagram @food_for_thought_cafe

Food For Thought Cafe - Duluth East High School 301 N. 40th Ave. E., Duluth

Cost: Menu items range from $9 - $17

Age: All Ages Welcome

noon-2pm Thu. Mar. 19

Duluth Schools Art Show

Art showing from Duluth Schools.

Miller Hill Mall 1600 Miller Trunk Hwy., Duluth

Cost: Free

Age: All Ages

4:30-10pm Thu. Mar. 19

Sweep Away Hunger fundraiser

Dinner and silent auction to raise money for hungry kids in Northeastern Minnesota. Hosted by House of Hearts Charity Bonspiel and Project Joy. Many Olympic and World champion curlers will be in attendance. Also in attendance will be Mark Parrish, former player on the Minnesota Wild, Olympian and NHL All Star. Tickets must be purchased in advance:

Clyde Iron Malting Building 2907 Helm St., Duluth

Cost: $30

Age: 21+

5-8pm Thu. Mar. 19

Russ Sackett

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

5-8pm Thu. Mar. 19

Born Too Late

Powerhouse Bar 423 Third Ave., Proctor

5pm Thu. Mar. 19

Sister Harmony

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

6-7pm Thu. Mar. 19

Communication Strategies for People with Alzheimer's

The Alzheimer's Association will offer a free class to help the families and caregivers of people with Alzheimers and other types of dementia learn how to communicate with their loved ones at every stage of the disease. Learn about the library's new collection of memory kits which can facilitate connection & communication between people with dementia and their loved ones.

Superior Public Library 1530 Tower Avenue, Superior

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

6-9pm Thu. Mar. 19


Keyport Lounge 1900 Belknap St., Superior

6pm Thu. Mar. 19

Theresa Williams

Mont Du Lac Recreation 3125 Mont Du Lac Dr., Superior

7pm Thu. Mar. 19

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

7pm Thu. Mar. 19

Anton Treuer: A Language Warrior's Manifesto

Anton Treuer will present his newest work A Language Warrior's Manifesto: How to Keep Our Language Alive No Matter the Odds (Minnesota Historical Society Press).

Zenith Bookstore 318 Central Ave, Duluth

Cost: Free

7:30-9:30pm Thu. Mar. 19

The Merchant of Venice

Shakespeare's tale of money, prejudice and justice is brought to life in this modernized production by The Groundlings, directed by Kristen Sandstrom. Volunteer opportunities available.

StageNorth Theater 123 W. Omaha St., Washburn

Cost: $8-20

7:30-10:30pm Thu. Mar. 19

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

7:30pm Thu. Mar. 19

Guest artist recital: Heather Miller, bass trombone (canceled)

Guest Artist Recital: Heather Miller, bass trombone Heather Miller is currently the bass trombonist with the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. Heather received a B.M. from Morehead State University and a M.M. from Indiana University, where she was appointed Associate Instructor of Trombone, and enjoys a diverse freelance career.

Weber Music Hall 1151 University Dr. - UMD Campus, Duluth

Cost: Adult $15 | Senior (62+)/Veteran $10 | UMD Faculty & Staff $8 | Student (18 & under) $8 | UMD Student FREE

Age: All Ages