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DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY CLOSED FOR PRESIDENT’S DAY

The Duluth Public Library (Main Library, Mt. Royal Branch and West Duluth Branch) will be closed on Monday, February 15 in observance of Presidents Day. For complete information on library hours, check the website (duluthlibrary.org) or call 730-4200/option 1.
NOW THROUGH FEBRUARY 27
DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY’S CABIN FEVER RELIEVER PROGRAM

The Duluth Public Library’s Cabin Fever Reliever winter reading program 2016 begins on Saturday, January 9 and runs through Saturday, February 27. There are reading programs (with prizes!) and fun events for all ages, birth through adult. Fun events during the winter reading program include “Minion Mania,” with crafts and the “Minions” movie, a create-a-heart contest, two crafting evenings, and the library’s fourth annual Academy Award Film Festival. Participation in the reading part of the program is easy: people can sign up online at www.duluthlibrary.org or with library staff. Children and teens will be tracking the amount of time spent reading and will receive a book to keep when they reach 10 hours. For every 5 hours read, they earn an entry into the prize drawing of their choice. In addition, children will earn two beads for every hour they read and can make their own colorful bead necklaces. Adults will earn points by reading books, magazines and newspapers, attending book club meetings, and attending library-sponsored programs. For every 5 points earned, they’ll be entered into weekly drawings for prizes and the grand prize drawing for a $100 Barnes & Noble gift card. For more information, call the library’s Community Services office at 730-4236.
FEBRUARY 11 (THURSDAY)
DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY HOSTS TWO FUN HANDS-ON EVENTS FOR ADULTS & TEENS
“All Boxed Up” will be held at the West Duluth Branch Library (5830 Grand Ave.) on Thursday, February 11 beginning at 6:30 pm. Crafter Brianna Borka will show you a great way to use old greeting cards to make an assortment of mini gift boxes. These boxes are perfect for Valentine gifts, for giving little trinkets or for storing small treasures. Bring your own cards or use some of the ones that the library will supply. You don’t need to register for this event.

FEBRUARY 13 (SATURDAY)
DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY HOSTS COMPETITIVE JIGSAW PUZZLING
On Saturday, February 13, “Competitive Jigsaw Puzzling – It’s a Thing!” will be held in the Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.) from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. Did you know that St. Paul hosts the largest competitive jigsaw puzzling contest in the country? Veteran puzzle competitor Valerie Coit has multiple puzzling titles under her belt and was a member of the 2015 championship team from the St. Paul Winter Carnival contest. In addition to sharing puzzling pointers, Coit will organize a mini competition during this workshop event so people can get firsthand competitive puzzling experience. Duluth has an annual puzzle competition, held this year on March 26; this is a great chance to learn the ropes and prepare for a fun new hobby. You don’t need to register for this event.
FEBRUARY 13 (SATURDAY)
BABY DAYS AT SUPERIOR WAL-MART
On Saturday, February 13, from 12-3 the Superior Wal-Mart will be holding Baby Days with several free activities. Kids can get their finger print and photo ID taken with the Superior Police Department. The Superior Fire Department will be there with a fire truck and to check car seats for safety. Plus, each family gets one free 8X10 family photo courtesy of the photo lab. Don’t miss this important family friendly event!

FEBRUARY 14 (SUNDAY)

33RD ANNUAL GARBAGE OMELET BREAKFAST

The 33rd Annual Garbage Omelet Breakfast, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 7106 will be held on Sunday, February 14. Take your sweetie out for a delicious breakfast at the Holy Assumption Church Hall, 5601 Tower Avenue in Superior from 8a-1p. The meal includes a famous three egg Garbage Omelet with your choice of fixings that include, ham, bacon, sausage, cheese, hash browns, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, tomatoes or olives, plus toast, hash browns and beverage. Adults are $8, children 12 and under are $5.

FEBRUARY 16-19 (TUESDAY-FRIDAY)

WINTER BREAK FUN FOR KIDS AND TEENS AT THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY The 33rd

The Duluth Public Library is offering plenty of fun for kids and teens during the public schools’ winter break week. For more information on any of the events, call Youth Services at 218-730-4200/option 4 or West Duluth Branch Library at 218-730-4280.
Tuesday, February 16
Preschool Story times
10:15 am, Mt. Royal Branch Library (Mt. Royal Shopping Center)
6:30 pm, West Duluth Branch Library (5830 Grand Ave.)
Move: Inside Out
2 pm, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
(rated PG; 91 minutes)
Random Act of Kindness Day
6:30 pm, West Duluth Branch Library (5830 Grand Ave.)
Stop in and make a gift to give to a friend, relative or neighbor, to spread a bit of kindness in your community. For kids in grades 1-5. No registration needed.
Wednesday, February 17

Baby & Toddler Time
10:15 am, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
Preschool Storytime
11:15 am, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
LEGOs at the Library
3:30 – 5 pm, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
Bring your imagination and the library will supply the LEGOs! For kids in grades K-5. No registration needed.
Squad Car Storytime
3:45 pm, Main Library Youth Services area (520 W. Superior St.)
A Duluth police officer will read stories to kids.

Thursday, February 18
LEGOs at the Library
4 – 5 pm, West Duluth Branch Library (5830 Grand Ave.)
Bring your imagination and the library will supply the LEGOs! For kids in grades K-5. No registration needed.
Teen Anime & Manga Club
4 – 6 pm, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
Anime, cosplay, manga, food and games. This group meets every month and all teens in grades 6 – 12 are welcome.
Friday, February 19
Lake Superior Zoomobile: Animal Adaptations
2-2:45 pm, repeated 3-3:45 pm, Main Library Green Room (520 W. Superior St.)
Discover the amazing ways animals have adapted to survive in nature, from deserts to tropical rainforests. The Lake Superior Zoomobile will have live animals on hand. Limited space; registration required: sign up at www.duluthlibrary.org or call 730-4200/option 4.
FEBRUARY 20 (SATURDAY)

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION MONTHLY MEETING

The Daughters of the American Revolution – Greysolon Daughter of Liberty Chapter in Duluth, serving NE MN & NW WI will be holding their monthly meeting on Saturday, February 20. This is the new member tea with speaker Evelyn Gray “The History of Hats”. Do you think you have a Revolutionary War Patriot in your family? Call 218.349.9898 for details.

FEBRUARY 21 (SUNDAY)

FRIGID FROLICS RAGTIME CONCERT

Come enjoy rollicking, happy syncopated music from the late 1800’s to 1920’s called Ragtime with performers of all ages and levels of expertise. The concert is free and open to the public on Sunday, February 21 from 1:30-4:30 at the First Covenant Church, 2101 West 2nd Street in Duluth. Donations are appreciated. There will be a short intermission to meet the performers, purchase their CDs, and enjoy some treats and coffee. More information, call Sandy at 218-724-7696.

FEBRUARY 27 (SATURDAY)

NEARLY NAKED RUCK MARCH

Join the Nearly Naked Ruck March to raise awareness of Veteran suicides on Saturday, February 27. Ruck March with packs, wearing long underwear, boots, hats and gloves. Register on-line at 23rdveteran.org. Registration fee is $23 and includes the march, gift bag and swag.

MARCH 5 (SATURDAY)
EAGLES AUXILIARY RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
The Eagles Auxiliary, 1710 N. 12th street in Superior will be hosting a rummage & bake sale on Saturday, March 5th from 9a – 2p. Lunch will also be available. Come see if there is that one thing you just can’t live without. For more information, please call 715-392-6560.

MARCH 31 (THURSDAY)
REAL LIVING MESSINA & ASSOCIATES PRESENTS “LET’S GET YOU A HOME”

Take advantage of this FREE event that will educate and give you the resources you need to become a home owner. They’ll answer questions about financing, home titles, home inspections and appraisals, what’s involved with owning your own home and how to deal with current rental issues. The event will be held on Thursday, March 31 at Peace United Church of Christ, 1111 N. 11th Avenue in Duluth. Dinner, free child care and interpreter is provided at the event. PLEASE RSVP BY MARCH 14.

APRIL 2 (SATURDAY)
EAGLES AUXILIARY RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
The Eagles Auxiliary, 1710 N. 12th street in Superior will be hosting a rummage & bake sale on Saturday, April 2nd from 9a – 2p. Lunch will also be available. Come see if there is that one thing you just can’t live without. For more information, please call 715-392-6560.

Updated: February 10, 2016

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