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Fourth Fest at Bayfront Park moves to Friday; new date for Superior festivities still in the air
Stevie and Sandy Paulson, along with the Northland Campus of Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, hosted the 14th Annual Breezy Point 5K north of Duluth on Saturday. The walk-bike-run race starts and ends in the Paulson’s driveway at their home on Island Lake. Over 550 people registered for the race, which raises funds and awareness for Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge. In 2021, the event raised more than $60,000 and overall, the Breezy Point 5K has raised over $350,000 for recovery from addiction.
The event, organized by Women of Today, was held Monday afternoon along Grand Avenue and North Central Avenue in Duluth.
The following are schedules for services at area cemeteries. Know of any we missed? Email us at news@pinejournal.com.

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Katie Switzer, All Tomorrow's Petty, The Crunchy Bunch and of course, the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, will play the free Bayfront Festival Park event.
Every weekend this summer, there's a festival or big show happening in the Twin Ports area.
The Tennessee standup, whose routine is described as "clean and relatable," will be at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center on Oct. 20.
The group blends vintage fashion with women's empowerment and hosts fundraisers to support the community.
After two years of events being canceled or dramatically scaled back due to the pandemic, Minnesota tourism officials are declaring business as usual for the summer of 2022, as several of the state’s big gatherings celebrating anniversaries of note.
The 10th annual "Run, Smelt, Run!" returned to Duluth's Canal Park on Sunday with a lot of fanfare.

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The Sunday event marks the 10th anniversary of the boisterous, costumed celebration of the "proletariat" fish.
Formerly known as Grandma's Sports Garden, the historic building celebrated its official reopening on Wednesday.
Duluth runners brave the elements to cross the finish line first at 33rd running of the event.

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