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Duluth Parks and Recreation summer activities: Offerings include summer day camp for youth, 55-and-older activities, community events, mobile recreation, introductory outdoor experiences and more. Programs take place May-August. For more information, go to duluthmn.gov/media/13042/web-export_parks-brochure-summer-2022.pdf . To register for programs, go to duluthmn.gov/parks/reg.

Fly Casting Instruction with Todd Heggestad, 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays on May 5, 12, 19 and 26. Offered through Duluth Community Education. Bring your own fly rod and fly line. Some casting equipment will be available. Instructor is a certified casting instructor through Fly Fishers International. Must be 15 or older. Cost: $50. To register, go to
drive.google.com/file/d/1JHMCy5kP9LXzC5SSx_wv6p-6WZgHVUcZ/view.

ATV Safety Field Day Class: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 7, Solo Town Hall, 36303 Kestrel Ave., McGregor. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class. To register or for questions, contact Gale Bradford at 218-644-3738.

ATV Safety Field Day Classes: 9 a.m. and also 1 p.m. May 14, Palisade Fire Hall, 48052 Nature Ave., Palisade. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class and have completed the online course. To register or for questions, contact Heather Stephens at 320-761-1588 or email unryouthatvtraining@gmail.com .

Full Moon Hike: 8-10 p.m. May 15, Enger Park, 1601 Enger Tower Drive, Duluth. Headlamps available or bring your own. Hosted by Duluth Parks and Recreation. All ages. Fee $5. Registration deadline May 14; visit secure.rec1.com/MN/duluthparks/catalog/index .

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ATV Safety Field Day Class: 8:30 a.m. May 21, Nashwauk Recreation Center, 202 Fourth St., Nashwauk. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class and also have completed the online course. To register or for questions, contact Mike Kennedy at 218-966-2652.

ATV Safety Field Day Class: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 21, Sno-Flyers building, Main Street, Tamarack. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class. To register or for questions, contact Gale Bradford at 218-644-3738.

History of the Estuary: 7-8 p.m. May 25, webinar. Flowing between Minnesota and Wisconsin, the St. Louis River Estuary has a rich history. Gina Temple Rhodes and Heidi Bakk-Hansen present a look at the past. Free. For more information, visit stlouisriver.org/events.

North Shore Community Night at Split Rock, 6:30-10 p.m. May 26, Split Rock Lighthouse, 3713 Split Rock Lighthouse Road, Two Harbors. See the lighthouse lit for the first time in 2022. Free. Call 218-226-6372 or go to mnhs.org/splitrock/activities/calendar.

ATV Safety Field Day Class: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. June 11, Driftskippers Snowmobile Club House, 33455 Wagon Wheel Court Road, Grand Rapids. Registration and paperwork begins at 8:15 a.m. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class. Preregistration required. To register or for questions, contact David Andrews Jr. at dajr62@yahoo.com .

ATV Safety Field Day Class: 1:30-5 p.m. June 11, Driftskippers Snowmobile Club House, 33455 Wagon Wheel Court Road, Grand Rapids. Registration and paperwork begins at 8:15 a.m. Must be 10 years old before class start date to be eligible to take this class. Preregistration required. To register or for questions, contact David Andrews Jr. at dajr62@yahoo.com .

Great Lakes Master Naturalist Training, June 13-17. Forty-hour, hands-on course. This program allows participants to study natural history, environmental interpretation and conservation stewardship. Final certification comes with the completion of a capstone service project. Free tent camping available on-site along Boulder Lake. No campers or RVs. Participants have access to a full kitchen. Registration unavailable for individual programs. Cost: $295, includes course manuals and supplies. Registration required at minnesotamasternaturalist.org/courses/register.

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