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GREATER DOWNTOWN COUNCIL

From the editorial: "Encouragingly, with downtown offices reopening and with tourism season rapidly approaching, it’s work already begun."
Residents can contact the new outreach specialist to notify her of someone who may be in need of social support services, like housing.
Markets featuring locally made goods will be open at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, Zeitgeist Arts Atrium, Holiday Center and Hoops Brewing.
The service will be offered through Dec. 18.

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Owner of Hucklebeary, member of Greater Downtown Council board
After much debate, counciilors authorized city staff to spend $300,000 to fund a program in conjunction with the Greater Downtown Council.
The showing was originally scheduled for Friday.
The Greater Downtown Council expects the market to return next year.
The first night of the 2021 season of Movies in the Park featured a screening of "The Land Before Time"

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Local restaurant owners are optimistic about the summer of 2021.
After a summer of parking lot showings, the event is set to move back to its traditional format, with social distancing regulations in place.
With Bayfront Festival Park blinking brighter than a blinking beacon, like a Clark W. Griswold fever dream, few can try to claim Duluth is devoid of the Christmas spirit.

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