Knitting, spinning, weaving, inkle weaving, knotted bracelet making, and felting — these are just some of about 12 different demonstrations happening in the Great Hall of the Depot at the Duluth Fiber Handcrafters Guild annual sale and fair on December 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The demonstrations are mostly hands-on and family-friendly.
The Duluth Public Library is hosting a series of programs inspired by the show “Downton Abbey” during the month of November. “Downton Abbey” is a fictional account of the aristocratic Crawley family and its servants.
Jody Tucker discovered her passion for music at a young age. She had her first violin lesson in sixth grade. She followed her passion to Augsburg College at the age of 27, intending to be a violin performance major.
Poppers, krumpers, jerkers, freestylers, breakdancers, B-Boys and B-Girls, contemporary jazz and belly dancers. These are just some of the styles of dance included in last year’s Willie Kruger Dance Competition.
When Samuel Black was asked to host the Duluth showing of “Saga 4” in the “Pretty Much 100% Scandinavian” film series at the Duluth Congregational Church where he is music director, he replied with a resounding, “YES!”
Three stained glass windows led to the redemption of three fictional characters in Jack Salmela’s third novel, “Sisterhood of the Hennepin Chalice.” Salmela has been researching stained glass windows ever since.
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