Group Calendar: April 9-13 | Superior Telegram


Duluth: A pair of siblings present an up-close take a look at Palestinian each day life and tradition throughout a free discuss, 7:30 p.m., School of St. Scholastica, Somers Lounge. “Celebrating the Tradition of Palestine” with brother and sister Hussein and Aminah Musa. Open to public.

Wednesday, April 10

Superior: “Harry Potter Butterbeer Contest,” four p.m., Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave. “One Ebook Northland” occasion challenges members to combine up a batch of butterbeer and compete in opposition to different mixologists. Celeb judges will choose the perfect recipe. Open to people and groups as much as 5 members; ages 12 and up. Registration required; name 715-394-8860 or e mail

Superior: Superior Public Library Board, four p.m., boardroom of library, 1530 Tower Ave.

Superior: Nationwide Alliance on Psychological Sickness (NAMI Douglas County) hosts a free peer assist group, 5:30-7 p.m., Essentia Well being-St. Mary’s Hospital Group Room. Contact Chrissy at 920-452-5152 or

Superior: The Youngsters’s Dyslexia Heart of Higher Wisconsin affords a free dyslexia simulation to offer a hands-on expertise to extend one’s consciousness of the difficulties and frustrations that kids with studying disabilities encounter every single day, 6-Eight p.m., Billings Park Masonic Heart, 3117 N. 21st St. Registration requested. Name 715-598-4986 or go to

Superior: “River Discuss” sequence, 7 p.m., Lake Superior Estuarium, three Marina Drive. Jane Anklam of College of Wisconsin-Extension and Doug Soldat of College of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Soil Science current “Is that this Dust Clear?” Dialogue about how we stay, produce meals, play and work within the soils and cities surrounding St. Louis River Estuary.

Thursday, April 11

Superior: East Central Power invitations its members to a co-op annual assembly by way of stay video, ECE Superior Operations Heart, 3617 E. Baumgartner Street. Registration, 5 p.m.; assembly, 6 p.m. President/CEO Steve Shurts will evaluate ECE’s 2018 monetary report and spotlight important occasions from the previous yr. Members can have time to ask questions. Mild refreshments will probably be served.

Superior: “Lyme Illness: Why the Controversy?,” offered by native Lyme illness researcher Thomas Grier, 6-7 p.m., Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave. Be taught what Lyme illness is, how you can forestall it and the controversies surrounding this and different tick-borne infections. Refreshments offered; free.

Duluth: Native knowledgeable Larry Weber will share info on the wildflowers that bloom within the spring and the way they can survive, 7 p.m., 835 W. School St. The Duluth Audubon Society program is open to public.

Duluth: The Rev. Eric Hollas, a monk from St. John’s Abbey, will give a free presentation, “Making All Issues New: The Saint John’s Bible and the Legacy of Chrisian Artwork,” 7:30 p.m., Mitchell Auditorium, School of St. Scholastica. Commissioned by Saint John’s College and the monks of St. John’s Abbey in 1998, the St. John’s Bible was the primary handwritten Bible to be printed in 500 years. It options 160 illustrations by six artists and 1,150 pages handwritten by calligraphers.

Saturday, April 13

South Vary: Parkland Group Group annual spring craft/vendor expo, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Parkland City Corridor, Freeway Ok. Options over 30 distributors promoting dwelling and yard decor, well being and sweetness merchandise, jewellery, home made meals, pet provides and extra. There will even be a Chinese language public sale and sloppy Joes, drinks and sweets accessible for buy. Proceeds profit Parkland Group Group.


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