Glensheen Mansion offers an Easter egg hunt, daily through Sunday, April 4. Find all 14 hidden eggs in the mansion on the self-guided, Classic Tour. The Easter Egg Hunt is free with the purchase of any tour. Classic Tour Admission is $18 for adults, $7 for children ages 6 to 15, and free for children five and younger. Go to glensheen.org/event/easter-egg-hunt-8.
Get your tickets for the Lake Superior Zoo Easter Eggstravaganza, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 3, 7210 Fremont St. Tickets: $14 for ages 13 and older, $7 for ages 3-12 and free for younger children. Go to lszooduluth.org.
The St. Louis County Depot has now re-opened to the public. Three floors of the Depot are free to experience however a $5 donation is suggested. Highlights include:
- The DAI ushering in Autism Acceptance Month with “Harrison Haler Heinks: The Visual Voice of Autism.” This powerful exhibition runs until May 30.
- The popular Lake Superior Railroad Museum is opening with a newly constructed ticket gate - Admission is $12 for adults and $6 for kids. Tickets can also be pre-purchased online at https://lsrm.org/.
A new St. Louis County Historical Society Veterans Memorial Hall Spotlight Exhibit features Joseph “Joe” P. Gomer, a Duluthian who fought in WWII as a member of the first African American unit of the Army Air Corps.
Free Easter Dinner curbside pick-up, 2-3 p.m. Sunday, April 4, Duluth Harbor Rescue Mission, 2910 W. Third St. Limited delivery available to the elderly or disabled within 3 miles of the Duluth Harbor Rescue Mission. Call 218-481-7400 for delivery information.
Live outdoor performances by UMD Department of Music student musicians, noon and 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, as well as April 14 and April 21, UMD Lot A, near the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium. Free admission. Pre-registration strongly encouraged. Note: Limited general public registrations begin five days prior to event dates. For more information, rain dates, parking details and COVID-19 requirements go to z.umn.edu/OutdoorsUMDMusic.
All-day, city-wide clean up of Duluth event, April 10. Sponsored by Keep Duluth Clean, a Duluth, Minnesota-based group organizing volunteer clean-ups and raising awareness on litter, dumping, and other environmental issues in the city. Help get the city clean and ready for everyone to enjoy this summer. Volunteers who submit a litter report form will be eligible for random drawings of giveaways from local Duluth establishments. Register at: keepduluthclean.org/event-listings.