Thunder Bay Art Gallery will unveil two new exhibitions from its permanent collection Friday, January 30, at noon, and both will run through March 8. more »

Art & Exhibitions

Cloquet Community Education is sponsoring an introduction to glass blowing class utilizing a torch to melt glass. After detailed demonstrations, you will create multiple projects such as pendants, icicles and marbles. more »

Education & Learning, Workshops, Crafts

The 20th annual Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 7-8. Races begin at 10 a.m. on both days, with half of the total race distance completed each day. Multiple spectator locations are available. more »

Outdoor, Sports

This introduction to glass blowing class utilizes a torch to melt glass. After highly detailed demonstrations and explanations of tools, safety and history, tap into the artist in you and use a torch to create your own projects. more »

Workshops, Crafts, Education & Learning

Enjoy candlelit snowshoeing or skiing, and later gather for hot beverages and snacks around the fire. Please bring your own gear. more »


Twin Cities recording artist Larry Carpenter will perform in Two Harbors Saturday, Feb. 7. Larry is a Lake Superior sailor who sings, Pete Seeger-style, about the Northland, the woods and the lakes. Hosted by United Church of Two Harbors. more »

Concerts & Live Music, Leisure & Recreation

Do you want to know what it’s like to be a Saint at the College of St. Scholastica? We invite you to attend the upcoming open house at our Duluth campus to discover all our college has to offer. more »

Education & Learning

Come learn about the peculiar Victorian practice of sentimental hair art. Made using several techniques, the pieces were often used to memorialize departed friends and relatives.You will learn to make a flower from human or synthetic hair. more »

Education & Learning, Crafts

Feb 12, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Garden Talk at Fairlawn

Fairlawn Mansion & Museum

Chicken Tracks: Learn how chickens can aid in the gardening process. Led by Master Gardener Dara Fillmore, this interactive session will cover how to choose the right breed, feed and house your chickens, and use chicken products for composting an... more »

Education & Learning, Workshops

Garden Talks Winter Series 2015 presents Chicken Tracks: The Art and Science of Raising Chickens with Dara Fillmore, master gardener and poultry enthusiast. more »

Home & Garden, Talks & Readings, Food & Drink

“Tie the Knot”, a murder mystery written and produced by Gary Banker. $55 per person, includes a multicourse dinner prepared by the Duluth Grill. Reservations are required and a limited number of seats are available. Call 715-394-5712 for details. more »

Theater & Dance, Food & Drink, Leisure & Recreation

Tour the darkened Fairlawn Mansion with flashlights and learn about the superstitious life of the Victorians. Tours leave from the gift shop every half-hour. Bring a flashlight. $9 adults, $7.50 seniors & students. Not advised for children under 6. more »

Kids & Family, Leisure & Recreation, History

Jan 16, 2015 - Mar 8, 2015

artLAB: 2015

DeVos Art Museum

Featuring proposals and course-driven projects from students and faculty in the NMU School of Art & Design. Opening Reception: Friday, January 16, 6-8 p.m. Closing Reception: Thursday, March 5, 6-8 p.m. more »

Art & Exhibitions

Featuring work by individual students, collaborative student groups, and course-driven projects curated by NMU School of Art & Design faculty. Generous support for this exhibition provided by the John X. and June A. Jamrich Endowment for the Arts. more »

Art & Exhibitions

"Enlightenment, High Victorian, 'Wicked Moderns,' and “Pop Goth” Today," A talk in conjunction with the NMU School of Art and Design Faculty Biennial 2015. more »

Art & Exhibitions

Reception: Friday, January 16, 6 to 8 p.m. Highlighting creative achievements in all medias and concentrations, this exhibition gives the NMU and broader community the opportunity to see the talent within the school firsthand. more »

Art & Exhibitions

This family-friendly festival features activities for all ages. The festivities take place at the Porcupine Mountains Winter Ski Complex. Ski lifts will open at 9 a.m., with games, activities and events for the entire family throughout the day. more »

Festivals & Fairs, Food & Drink, Kids & Family, Outdoor

Feb 21, 2015 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

2015 American Birkiebeiner

Hayward-Cable Area

The largest and most prestigious cross-country ski marathon in North America. Spanning more than 50K from Cable to Hayward, the Birkie is part of the Worldloppet series of 15 international races. Events for all ages and abilities. more »


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