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CANAL PARK

Find something to do in the Northland this weekend.
The 10th annual "Run, Smelt, Run!" returned to Duluth's Canal Park on Sunday with a lot of fanfare.
The landscape architect who designed parks above the interstate wants to better connect downtown with Canal Park.
The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center will host a touring show May 11 promising "5,000 years of exquisite Chinese music and dance, in one night!"

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Homegrown Music Festival descends on Canal Park and the DECC Tuesday evening.
The Sunday event marks the 10th anniversary of the boisterous, costumed celebration of the "proletariat" fish.
Saturday marked the 55th anniversary of the loss of three teens and a Coast Guardsman who attempted to rescue them when they were swept off by a wave in Canal Park. The ceremony continued this year despite the loss of its organizer in 2021.
From Amazing Grace Cafe to Zeitgeist Zinema, two insiders gave us the lowdown on the sprawling music festival's stages.
Formerly known as Grandma's Sports Garden, the historic building celebrated its official reopening on Wednesday.
The Duluth restaurant with a walk-up service counter opened earlier this month, offering tacos, tamales and other Mexican cuisine to go.

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Bringing Canal Park and downtown Duluth conveniently and mentally closer together, could be valuable for everyone.
The new visitor center opened shortly after Duluth's newest tourism marketing campaign, "Love It Like We Do," debuted from the city's new tourism advertising firm, Bellmont Partners.

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