FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
EAGLES AUXILIARY FISH FRYS
The Eagles Auxiliary will be having a delicious fish fry every first Friday of the month at the Eagles Club in Superior, 1710 North 12th. They will be serving fish, shrimp, chicken strips, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, salad, French fries or baked potato. Prices vary. We also will have a special each month. Take outs are available and the event is open to the public. Call 715-392-6560 to place an order or for more information.
JANUARY 22 (THURSDAY)
WEST DULUTH BRANCH LIBRARY HOLDS PROGRAM FOR ADULTS
Adults looking for a little new year self-improvement are invited to attend “Living on Purpose” on Thursday, January 22 at 6 pm. Life coach Paula Williams will help people discover what really matters to them and how they can work toward making those choices a reality. Find out how to live more consistently with one’s personal values, how to create a detailed plan for living life on purpose and how to sustain efforts long enough to make change possible. No registration needed. For more information, call the West Duluth Branch Library at 730-4280/option 3.
JANUARY 24 (SATURDAY)
LIBRARY PROGRAMS STRETCH MIND & BODY FOR PEOPLE & PETS
The Duluth Public Library is hosting two events on Saturday, January 24 as part of its Cabin Fever Reliever winter reading program. Both events are free and open to the public, and will take place in the Main Library’s Green Room (520 W. Superior St).
Beginning Yoga for Adults will be held from 11 am – noon. Judy Andersen from Yoga North will introduce the basics of this ancient practice. Participants should be sure to wear comfortable clothing. There is no registration, but the session will be limited to the first 30 people that sign up.
Winter Fun for Dogs: Indoor and Outdoor Games, beginning at 2 pm, will introduce some fun training games to play with your dog. Ram Reizel from R&R Dog Training will teach search and scent games to play inside, and focus, impulse control and retrieving games to play outside. Even when the weather is cold and it’s hard to spend much time outside, you can continue to train your dog. Please do not bring pets to the program.
FEBRUARY 8 (SUNDAY)
LAKE SUPERIOR RAGTIME SOCIETY PRESENTS “FRIGID FROLICS” RAGTIME CONCERT
Lake Superior Ragtime Society presents “Frigid Frolics” Ragtime Concert on Sunday, Feb 8, from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm at the First Covenant Church, 2101 W. 2nd Street in Duluth. Enjoy live performances of this rollicking, happy Syncopated music from the late 1800′s to 1920′s called Ragtime. The concert is free and open to the public. Donations are much appreciated.
FEBRUARY 7 (SATURDAY)
HARTLEY NATURE CENTER’S 9TH ANNUAL CANDLELIGHT SKI, SKATE & SNOWSHOE
There are many ways to enjoy winter and Hartley Nature Center celebrates the season with a party. Enjoy the 9th annual Candlelight Ski, Skate and Snowshoe held on Saturday, February 7th from 4 to 7 pm. Fun seekers will have the chance to join naturalist-led hikes, ski a luminary-lined Hartley cross country trail, try out fat tire biking, enjoy a light dinner from New Scenic Cafe, ice skate on Hartley Pond, Bent Paddle beer tasting and warm drinks and dessert in the yurt. The whole family is welcome to join us or make it a date night! Space is limited; you are urged to pre-register if you want to attend. Sign up by stopping in at the Nature Center or calling 724-6735 during business hours. The cost is $10 for Hartley member households and $20 for non-member households.
FEBRUARY 8 (SUNDAY)
“GOSPEL MASS” CONCERT
You’re invited to the “Gospel Mass” Concert on Sunday, February 8. The concert will begin at 3:00p and held at First United Methodist Church, 230 East Skyline Parkway in Duluth. You will enjoy performances by the First United Methodist Sanctuary Choir & the Northwestern High School Chamber Choir. A free will offering will be taken.
FEBRUARY 12 (THURSDAY)
eREADER BASICS CLASSES AT THE DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY
So you got a shiny new iPad as a holiday gift…and what do you do with it now? The Duluth Public Library is holding a free program in the Main Library Green Room, 520 W. Superior St. to help you figure it out. ““iPad Basics” will be held on Thursday, February 12 at 6 pm. No registration is needed for any of the sessions. For more information, call the library’s Fiction & Media desk at 730-4200/option 6.
FEBRUARY 16-20 (MONDAY-FRIDAY)
WINTER BREAK CAMP AT HARTLEY NATURE CENTER
Winter Break Camps will be offered at the Hartley Nature Center the week of February 16-20. There are day camp opportunities for kids ages 4 to 9 with half or whole day options. From learning about animal winter survival techniques to exploring the science of how snowflakes are made, campers will discover new things about winters in Minnesota. Registration is available online and scholarships are available to qualifying families. The best way to get all the information you need for all camps is to check out the website www.hartleynature.org or call 724-6735.
Updated: January 22, 2015