Events For 04/16/2023

11am-4pm Sun. Apr. 16

Titanic Event

The Titanic started its maiden voyage on April 10, 1912 and sank April 15. The Karpeles Museum hosts its annual free event this week. Receive a boarding pass of one of the passengers, see the document by the Captain of the Carpathia and read his specific details of that fateful night. Get a tour of the museum and at the end, you will receive either an obituary or a news article that gives details of your passenger.

Karpeles Manuscript Library 902 East 1st St., Duluth

1-4pm Sun. Apr. 16


Wooden Table 10295 Hwy. 65, Britt

1pm Sun. Apr. 16

Severio Mancieri

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

2pm Sun. Apr. 16

I Do! I Do!

Rinehart Theatre 210 5th Ave. E., Ashland

2pm Sun. Apr. 16


Reif Performing Arts Center 720 NW Conifer Drive, Grand Rapids

3-7pm Sun. Apr. 16

Open jam

River's Edge Saloon 10175 WI-27, Hayward

4-6pm Sun. Apr. 16

Pharewell to Phantom

While the final performance of Phantom of the Opera is happening in New York, Lyric Opera of the North will host a 'Pharewell' party! Join other phans to celebrate the 35-year-run of Phantom Broadway. There will be singing, hors d’oeuvres, a…

Greysolon Ballroom 231 E. Superior St., Duluth

Cost: $35 advance / $45 at the door

Age: All Ages

4-8pm Sun. Apr. 16

John & Andy

Third Base Bar 225 Chestnut Ave., Carlton

7pm Sun. Apr. 16

Northern Nights, Starry Skies

Join us as we kick off International Dark Sky Week with an invitational screening of the new documentary produced by PBS North and The Center for Global Environmental Education at Hamline University. The film celebrates our night sky with beautiful photography by Travis Novitsky, Ojibwe Night Sky lore with artist and author Carl Gawboy and the story of the designation of the largest Dark Sky Reserve in the World consisting of Voyageurs National Park, Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and Quetico Provincial Park. The film also examines the threat of light pollution and offers examples of citizen action to minimize light pollution as well as actions each of us can take to preserve the night.