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Things to Do: Easter egg hunt, visit the St. Louis County Depot, enjoy an outdoor concert, help clean up Duluth and more

Check out the events offered this week.

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Tuskegee airman Joseph "Joe" P. Gomer's medals are displayed at the Veterans Memorial Hall inside the St. Louis County Depot. (Photo courtesy of St. Louis County Historical Society)

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 .

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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 .

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