Friday, Feb. 23rd, 2024

7:30-10pm Fri. Feb. 23

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

7:30pm Fri. Feb. 23

UMD Choir Concert

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

Saturday, Feb. 24th, 2024

7:30-10pm Sat. Feb. 24

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

Sunday, Feb. 25th, 2024

2-4pm Sun. Feb. 25

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

5-9pm Sun. Feb. 25

Soul Food Dinner

Yellowjacket Union Great Room 1605 Catlin Ave., Superior

Monday, Feb. 26th, 2024

4pm Mon. Feb. 26

Honor Band Concert

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

Tuesday, Feb. 27th, 2024

noon-12:30pm Tue. Feb. 27

Lunch with Friends: Knoxville: Summer of 1915

Join soprano Jennifer Lien and pianist Teresa Vaughan for Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915. In Barber's own words, this piece "expresses a child's feelings of loneliness, wonder, and lack of identity in that marginal world between twilight and sleep." Bring lunch and bring a friend to this 30 minute recital!

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: FREE

2pm Tue. Feb. 27

We Are Water MN

Duluth Public Library - Mount Royal 105 Mt. Royal Shopping Cir., Duluth

Wednesday, Feb. 28th, 2024
Thursday, Feb. 29th, 2024

7:30-10pm Thu. Feb. 29

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

Friday, Mar. 1st, 2024

1:30-5pm Fri. Mar. 1

Lake Superior Estuarium

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30-10pm Fri. Mar. 1

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

Saturday, Mar. 2nd, 2024

10-11am Sat. Mar. 2

CSS Family Music Series: Carnival of the Animals

The CSS Music Program presents the inaugural concert in a relaxed, family-friendly, and sensory-friendly concert series for all ages. The CSS String Orchestra and pianists Jessica Schroeder and Emily Valine perform Camille Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals, with narration by Kevin Quarmby.

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $7 general admission (adults), free for all kids and students (pre-K to college), and free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery.

Age: All Ages

10am-5pm Sat. Mar. 2

Lake Superior Estuarium First Saturdays

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

7:30-10pm Sat. Mar. 2

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

Sunday, Mar. 3rd, 2024

2-4pm Sun. Mar. 3

Rabbit Hole

David Lindsay-Abaire tells the tragic tale of Howie and Becca Corbett and the events that shattered their world. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Rabbit Hole tells the story of a family trapped in grief and loss. Driven apart by tragedy, Becca and Howie’s relationship desperately needs healing and a path to find their way back to each other and a brighter future.

St. Scholastica Theater 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $17 general admission, $12 students and seniors, $7 CSS students with ID, free for Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery (ticket prices include a $2 ticket fee from Ticketspice)

Wednesday, Mar. 6th, 2024
Thursday, Mar. 7th, 2024
Friday, Mar. 8th, 2024
Wednesday, Mar. 13th, 2024
Thursday, Mar. 14th, 2024

6:30pm Thu. Mar. 14

Bong Speaker Series

Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center 305 Harbor View Parkway, Superior

Friday, Mar. 15th, 2024

1:30-5pm Fri. Mar. 15

Lake Superior Estuarium

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Tuesday, Mar. 19th, 2024

6:30-8pm Tue. Mar. 19

Science on Tap

The Alley/Deep Water Grille 808 Main St. W., Ashland

Wednesday, Mar. 20th, 2024
Friday, Mar. 22nd, 2024

3:40-5pm Fri. Mar. 22

Disability & Membership in a Marginalized Group

Sharon Obst will present a snapshot of her dissertation research on the intersection of students with disability and membership in a historically marginalized group. She will describe her researcher positionality and the needs for her research. This event is a School of Arts and Sciences Colloquium.

The College of St. Scholastica Library North Reading Room 1200 Kenwood Ave, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Wednesday, Mar. 27th, 2024
Wednesday, Apr. 3rd, 2024
Friday, Apr. 5th, 2024

1:30-5pm Fri. Apr. 5

Lake Superior Estuarium

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Saturday, Apr. 6th, 2024

10am-5pm Sat. Apr. 6

Lake Superior Estuarium First Saturdays

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

Wednesday, Apr. 10th, 2024
Thursday, Apr. 11th, 2024

6:30pm Thu. Apr. 11

Bong Speaker Series

Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center 305 Harbor View Parkway, Superior

7:30-9pm Thu. Apr. 11

Flint Water Crisis Community Resilience

Based on her book, What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha presents her work as a pediatrician and advocate in Flint, MI during the lead crisis. Co-Sponsored by the CSS Dignitas Program.

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: FREE

Tuesday, Apr. 16th, 2024

noon-12:30pm Tue. Apr. 16

Lunch with Friends: Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion

Join pianists Jessica Schroeder and Teresa Vaughan and percussionists Jeremy Craycraft and Brett Jones in a performance of Bela Bartok's Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. This is the finale for the second season of Lunch with Friends. Bring lunch and bring a friend to this 30 minute recital!

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: FREE

6:30-8pm Tue. Apr. 16

Science on Tap

The Alley/Deep Water Grille 808 Main St. W., Ashland

Wednesday, Apr. 17th, 2024

7-8:30pm Wed. Apr. 17

Angels & Demons: A Conversation with Fr. Gregory Pine, OP

Do people still believe in angels and demons? Is it possible to hold such beliefs today? Join us as we explore these questions and more from a Catholic perspective with Fr. Gregory Pine, OP, instructor at the Dominican House of Studies and an Assistant Director of the Thomistic Institute. Visit the event website for the registration link to this virtual webinar.

College of St. Scholastica shorturl.at/mKP35, Duluth

Cost: FREE

Friday, Apr. 19th, 2024

1:30-5pm Fri. Apr. 19

Lake Superior Estuarium

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages

3:40-5pm Fri. Apr. 19

Singing Community & Creation: The Jewish Practice of Avodat Lev

Ethnomusicologist Dr. Elyse Carter Vosen explores the sounds, spiritual purposes, and social force of Avodat Lev (roughly translated as "work of the heart"), a recently-developed form of intimate, imaginative, and contemplative Jewish prayer service made up of song, chant, meditation and poetry, as an outgrowth of the Jewish farming movement.

College of St. Scholastica Library North Reading Room 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: FREE

Tuesday, Apr. 23rd, 2024

6:30-8:30pm Tue. Apr. 23

Art & Music Walk

The Art Walk is a self-guided tour through Tower Hall and the CSS Theatre. Attendees will enjoy visual art showcasing the work of senior art students and music provided by the St. Scholastica Choirs, String Orchestra, Steel Band, and Handbell Ensemble. The tour begins at Mitchell Auditorium, with programs and maps available directing attendees to various art and music stops throughout campus.

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $7 general admission, free admission for students pre-K to college and Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery

Age: All Ages

Wednesday, Apr. 24th, 2024
Friday, Apr. 26th, 2024

7:30-9pm Fri. Apr. 26

CSS Choir Spring Concert: Passion & Poets

The College of St. Scholastica Choirs’ spring concert will feature selections from the St. John Passion, commemorating the 300th anniversary of J.S. Bach's masterwork. Additionally, we present repertoire that explores varied meanings of the word “passion” and compositions with notable poetry from a variety of genres.

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $7 general admission, free admission for students pre-K to college and Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery

Saturday, Apr. 27th, 2024

7:30-8:30pm Sat. Apr. 27

CSS Concert Band & Handbell Ensemble: Hope & Heal

The CSS Concert Band and Handbell Ensemble will present a musical journey of acceptance and action that confronts the horrific reality of gun violence in the United States. Tragedy will be acknowledged and space will be made to consider purposeful action for a brighter future.

Mitchell Auditorium, College of St. Scholastica 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth

Cost: $7 general admission, free admission for students pre-K to college and Sisters of the St. Scholastica Monastery

Wednesday, May. 1st, 2024
Friday, May. 3rd, 2024

1:30-5pm Fri. May. 3

Lake Superior Estuarium

The Lake Superior Estuarium is a gateway to the headwaters of the Great Lakes. Beautiful interactive displays tell stories of the St. Louis River Estuary, Lake Superior, and the communities on their shores. The exhibit hall includes a play area for young children, maps to orient you to the largest estuary on Lake Superior, and information to help you get out and explore.

Lake Superior Estuarium 3 Marina Dr., Superior

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages