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SEPTEMBER

DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY BEGINS FALL HOURS

The Duluth Public Library will begin its fall hours the first week of September, when the Main Library will again be open on Saturdays from 10-5, beginning September 6. The library will, however, be closed on Monday, September 1, for Labor Day.

Fall hours at the Main Library will be:

Monday & Thursday: 10 – 8

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 – 6

Saturday: 10 – 5

Hours at the Mt. Royal and West Duluth Branch Libraries are unchanged.

Mt. Royal Branch Library:

Monday & Wednesday: 10 – 8

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 – 6

West Duluth Branch Library:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 – 6

Tuesday & Thursday: 10 – 8

For more information on library open hours, call 730-4200/option 1 or check the library website, www.duluthlibrary.org.

 

SEPTEMBER 5 (FRIDAY)

SUPERIOR EAGLES AUXILIARY FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY

The Eagles Auxiliary will again be having Friday fish fries. The dinners will begin Friday, Sept. 5th, 5-7p.  Please watch for additional dates. We will be serving fish, chicken strips, shrimp, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries, or baked potatoes, salad & a different special each week. The event is open to the public and will be held at 1710 n. 12th St. Superior.

 

SEPTEMBER 5, 6 & 7 (FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY)

ANNUAL HARVEST FESTIVAL IN CROMWELL

The Cromwell Area Community Club will be hosting the Annual Harvest Festival in Cromwell September 5, 6 and 7, at the Cromwell Park Pavilion. Festivities begin at 4:30 on Friday with a Steak Fry, followed by a home Football Game at 7:00. Saturday starts out with the 5K Fun Run/Walk at 8:00, 10:30 Parade, 11:30 Smorgasbord, 12:00 Log Rolling demonstration, 1:00 Kids Pedal Tractor Pull, 1:00-4:00 YOT Dance with “Chmielewski Funtime Band”, 8:30 Dance to “The Riverhill Rangers”, and raffle drawing at 11:00. There will be Flea Market & Vendors, Volleyball, Horseshoe & Cribbage Tournaments, Kids Coin Dig, and much more! Sunday starts out with a Pancake Breakfast at 7:00 and Community Worship Service at 10:30, followed by fellowship.

We are still looking for participants in our Parade/Kiddie Parade, 5K Run/Walk, also looking for Flea Marketers/Vendors. Contact Jen 218-390-3214 or Michelle 218-232-2821 for the 5K Run/Walk; Lisa 612-750-2034 for the parade; Brenda 218-390-4570 for the Kiddie Parade; Judy 218-644-3652 (or cell 218-349-7044) for the Flea Market or to be a vendor.

 

SEPTEMBER 6 (SATURDAY)

SUPERIOR EAGLES AUXILIARY RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE

The Eagles Auxiliary will be having another rummage & bake sale. Lunch will be available. The event will be held Saturday, September 6th from 9 – 2 P.M. If interested in a table please call, Jan Keene @ 715-399-8322 or Jean Hotchkiss @ 715-718-2321. All proceeds to go to local charities. The event is open to the public and will be held at 1710 n. 12th St. Superior.

 

SEPTEMBER 6 (SATURDAY)

DULUTH LIBRARY’S DRINK LOCALLY SERIES PROHIBITION PROGRAM

With Duluth’s craft beer and distillery industries getting a lot of attention recently, the Duluth Public Library is launching a series of free presentations and tours on September Saturdays that focus on our local alcohol production and history. The first program, “Prohibition in Duluth,” will be held on Saturday, September 6 at 11 am in the Main Library’s Green Room (520 W. Superior St.). Tony Dierckins and Heidi Bakk-Hansen from Zenith City Online will talk about the Prohibition era of the 1920s and the criminalization of alcohol in Duluth.

For more information about the “Drink Locally” events, call the library’s Community Services office at 730-4236.

 

SEPTEMBER 7 (SUNDAY)

ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH HAM & MEATLOAF DINNER

St. Williams Parish, Pattison Park, will hold it’s Annual Ham & Meatloaf dinner on Sunday, September 7 from 11:30a-4:30p.  The menu will include ham, meatloaf, potatoes & gravy, buttered carrots, coleslaw, pickles, rolls, coffee and dessert.  Price $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, preschoolers are free.  Take outs are available.  There will also be a bake and homemade pasties sale.  Drive one mile west of WI Hwy 35 (Pattison Park) on Country Road B.  All are welcome.

 

SEPTEMBER 13 (SATURDAY)

GROUP EXERCISE CERTIFICATION AT THE COLLEGE OF ST SCHOLASTICA

The College of St. Scholastica and NETA, a non-profit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring Group Exercise Certification.  This class will allow potential and current fitness instructors learn basic academic and practical application of teaching group exercise.  No college, science or teaching background is required.  The workshop will be held Saturday, September 13 from 8a-4:30p.  Workshop registration includes a full-day review, written exam and 2 year certification.  To register call 800.237.6242 or register online at www.netafit.org.  Workshop fees apply.

 

SEPTEMBER 13 (SATURDAY)

DULUTH LIBRARY’S DRINK LOCALLY SERIES PROHIBITION PROGRAM

With Duluth’s craft beer and distillery industries getting a lot of attention recently, the Duluth Public Library is launching a series of free presentations and tours on September Saturdays that focus on our local alcohol production and history. The second program in the series will be held Saturday, September 13, 2:30 pm – Tour of Bent Paddle Brewery (1912 W. Michigan St.)                       Must be 21 or older; space is limited so registration is required – sign up at www.duluthlibrary.org or call 730-4236.

For more information about the “Drink Locally” events, call the library’s Community Services office at 730-4236.

 

SEPTEMBER 14 (SUNDAY)

PRACTICAL SKILLS FOR GX AT THE COLLEGE OF ST SCHOLASTICA

The College of St. Scholastica and NETA, a non-profit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring Group Exercise Certification.  This workshop will provide practical hands-on experience to launch your instructor talents from average to amazing.  Whether you are a new instructor or looking to enhance your skills, this is an opportunity to improve confidence and be a better group leader.  Topics include music selection, cueing technique, choreography composition and the building blocks of class instruction.  The workshop will be held Sunday, September 14 from 8a-1p.  To register call 800.237.6242 or register online at www.netafit.org.  Workshop fees apply.

 

SEPTEMBER 20 (SATURDAY)

“RIDE FOR THE ROOF” POKER RUN

The “Ride for the Roof” Poker Run will take place on Saturday, September 20 beginning and ending at the Veterans Park in Cloquet.  Registration cost is just $20 per player (need to be 18 years of age).  Registration begins at 9a and kick stands up at 10a.  There will be music and food after the ride returns, plan to make a day and evening of it!

 

SEPTEMBER 20 (SATURDAY)

DULUTH LIBRARY’S DRINK LOCALLY SERIES PROHIBITION PROGRAM

With Duluth’s craft beer and distillery industries getting a lot of attention recently, the Duluth Public Library is launching a series of free presentations and tours on September Saturdays that focus on our local alcohol production and history. The third program in the series will be held Saturday, September 20, 2:00 pm – Vikre Distillery (525 Lake Ave. S., Suite 102).  Must be 21 or older; space is limited so registration is required – sign up at www.duluthlibrary.org or call 730-4236.

For more information about the “Drink Locally” events, call the library’s Community Services office at 730-4236.

 

SEPTEMBER 27 (SATURDAY)

DULUTH LIBRARY’S DRINK LOCALLY SERIES PROHIBITION PROGRAM

With Duluth’s craft beer and distillery industries getting a lot of attention recently, the Duluth Public Library is launching a series of free presentations and tours on September Saturdays that focus on our local alcohol production and history. The last program in the series will be held Saturday, September 27, 11:00 pm – Homebrewing 101 (Main Library Green Room).  Learn the basics of brewing beer at home, with Dale Kleinschmidt, a Lake Superior Brewing Company brewmaster.  Must be 21 or older; space is limited so registration is required – sign up at www.duluthlibrary.org or call 730-4236.

For more information about the “Drink Locally” events, call the library’s Community Services office at 730-4236.

           

SEPTEMBER 27 (SATURDAY)

ST. MARY’S FALL BAZAAR & QUILT AUCTION

The 22nd Annual St. Mary’sChurch ofMeadowlands’ Bazaar and Quilt Auction will be held on Saturday, September 27 from 9a-1p at theMeadowlandsCommunity Center,7758 Western Avenue, Meadowlands, MN.  There will be crafts, lunch, a bake sale and door prizes.  The quilt auction will take place at 10am.  If you have questions, contact Kathy Morgan at 218.427.2111.

 

 

 Updated:  August 27, 2014

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