Wednesday, February 03, 2010

February 2010 calendar of events

FEB 6, Dances of Universal Peace (new loca-

tion!), 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Deep Peace Wellness Stu-

dio, Hunter Building, 31 W. Superior Street #501.

By donation. No experience necessary.

FEB 7, Slow Food Lake Superior Potluck-

Food, Books, Movies, 4-6 p.m., Peace Church,

1111 N 11th Ave E. Bring your favorite root

vegetable potluck dish and food-related books or

movies, or info. about them.

FEB 9, 12th Annual Death by Chocolate, 11

a.m. - 1 p.m., Radisson Hotel. Chocolate delights

by the best chefs in the Northland. Boxed gourmet

chocolates available. Advance tickets $12 call

726-4725. $15 at the door. Arc Northland and

ACF Arrowhead Prof. Chef’s Assoc. benefit.

FEB 11, Lunch with the History People, 12

p.m. St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center,

506 West Michigan St. Author and retired educa-

tor Paul Lind discusses “Stock Car Racing in the

Twin Ports: 1950 – 1962.” Free event.

FEB 11, CHUM Annual Meeting

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Karen Smith Sellers. Pilgrim

Congregational Church, 2310 E. 4th St., 6:30 p.m.

social, 7 p.m. meeting and worship

FEB 11, Lewis & Clark and the Indian Coun-

try Point of View by UMD American Indian

Studies Faculty, 6:30 p.m., UMD Ballroom. Fac-

ulty will also respond to questions from viewers of the

Lewis & Clark. & the Indian Country national travel-

ing exhibit which is at the UMD Library, 4th floor Ro-

tunda until Feb 25.

FEB 13, Annual Valentine Party, 12 to 2 p.m.

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church. Picnic lunch, music

with Terence Smith, activities for all ages. FREE

FEB 13, Twin Ports Action Coalition Third

Annual Valentines Party and Silent Auction.

Starts at 7 p.m. Venue at Mohaupt Block, 2024

W. Superior St.

FEB 13, 11th Annual “Warmer By the Lake”

2-5 p.m. Pack up the kids, grab your skates and

head to Bayfront for fun winter activities brought

to you by Duluth Parks and Recreation.

FEB 16, History in a Pint, 6 p.m., Carmody's

Irish Pub, 308 E Superior St. Guest: Joe Gomer –

WWII Veteran, Gold Medal recipient, and Tuske-

gee Airmen, the popular name of a group of Afri-

can American pilots who flew with distinction

during WWII, US Army Air Corps.

FEB 16, Renters Unite, Lincoln Park Renters

Association, 5:30 p.m., Harrison Community Cntr

3002 W. 3rd St. Dinner and childcare provided.

FEB 18, Hillside Renters Association, 6 p.m.,

Central Hillside Community Cntr, 12 E. 4th St.,

Dinner and transportation provided. 740-2497

FEB 20, iFilm at the Library: The Drummer,

1:30 p.m., Duluth Public Library. From Hong

Kong. In Mandarin/Cantonese w/subtitles. Free.

FEB 20, 11th Annual Polar Plunge, Registration

is Noon-3 p.m/3 p.m. plunge. Fundraiser for Spe-

cial Olympics MN. Held at Lake Superior/

Grandma's Sports Garden. 390-7780 or 340-0797,

FEB 24, Circle of Support, a breast cancer sup-

port group for survivors and supporters. 7 p.m.-

8:30 p.m. Duluth Grill, back room 525-1905

FEB 25, Unnatural Causes documentary se-

ries, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Teatro Zuccone, Bad Sugar:

What are the connections between diabetes, op-

pression, and empowerment in two Native Ameri-

can communities?, Place Matters: Why is your

street address such a strong predictor of your

health? Free. A short discussion follows the films

whi ch are each 1/ 2 hour.

FEB 27, Pancake Breakfast Health Care Fund-

raiser for...Everyone! 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Holy

Family Church, 2430 W. 3rd. St. Bake Sale, 8

a.m. to noon. 10 a.m. program: Co. Commissioner

Steve O'Neil. Fundraiser for the Citizen Fed.

FEB 27, 8th Annual Mush for Kids!, 12-4 p.m.

Marshall School, 1215 Rice Lake Rd. Dogsled

rides for ages 3-12, horse drawn sleigh rides, x-

country skiing, skijoring, snowshoeing, winter

camping demo, cookies and coca. 391-0147

FEB 27, A Minnesota Without Poverty Event :

If not we, then who? If not now, then when?

6:30 - 8 p.m. Peace Church, Sponsored by: Com-

munity Action Duluth, CHUM, Catholic Diocese

of Duluth

FEB 27-28, Lake Superior Family Fun Fest

Held at the DECC. A taste of summer for fami-

lies. Rides and games for kids from two to early

teens and an expo featuring products and services

that appeal to young families. Entertainment and

interactive demos, too. 727-1177