We say it every week – there are great things happening this weekend – and this week’s no different. But, as LeVar Burton would say, “You don’t have take my word for it.” For the full list of events, see our complete calendar with all of the details.
- Articulture and the team working on the Seward Gateway Sculpture are inviting the community to step into the studio and work on the mosaic that will be installed at the fire station this fall.
- Duluth singer/songwriter Toby Thomas Churchill – described as making high-quality, smart music – will take the stage at Harriet Brewing along with the Grave Trio.
- Pop-up cinema. Andy Sturdevant. Forage & Parka. Need we say more? As Andy aptly explained, “Bring a friend, make a friend, snuggle up, and watch some movies about the greatest street in town.” Read more about the event and the story behind it.
- Calling all crafters – Bethany Lutheran Church is hosting a mixed-media card making session in its Creativity and Conversation series. Materials will be provided.
- Ladyslipper Baroque, a female vocal trio, will perform contemporary Latin and Japanese music with baroque classics in period costume.
- Explore Latin American folkloric music in this hands-on program at the library.
- Catch bluegrass at the Riverview Cafe with Mark Briere on mandolin and Russ Rayfield on banjo.
- Sam Tracy will talk about his book “Bicycle! A Repair and Maintenance Manifesto.” Tracy worked on bike projects with the Peace Corps and in the Baltics, which renewed his interest in the resourceful approach to bike repair.
- Learn how to write fan fiction in this workshop for teens in grades 7-12, presented by the Loft Literary Center.