Duluth Minnesota Events
SuperiorTrails.com has just released a list of upcoming winter events in Duluth, MN, for the next few weeks. For the second year in a row, we bring everything you know and love about Oktoberfest, right here in Superior, Minnesota right here. Located on the beautiful Duluth Lake, this two-day art fair showcases art by local and regional artists.
This event lasts three days and is full of fun activities, from picnics to pretzel races to the beer garden. There are plenty of activities, including food trucks, beer gardens and beer and beer fun for all ages.
Experience a completely different day on the ice, with skates, snowshoes, skis and snowboard, sledging and more. Activities include barrel jumping, ski / snowboard jumping, ice hockey, ice skating and much more!
Cuyuna Rock Club of Brainerd, MN, has been named one of the top 10 rock clubs in the US for 2015. Tim Calhoun (Tomahawk, WI) was the first winner of a national championship in climbing and had beaten an early front-runner in the race by John Beargrease.
More than 4,000 inline skaters are testing the 26.2-mile track, which stretches along the north shore of Lake Superior. More than 500 cross-country skiers gather at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds for the annual Duluth Cross Country Skiing Festival.
Solglimt Bed and Breakfast is a quiet retreat, a short drive from the city centre and also located in Canal Park. The depot is located just off the Bentleyville expressway, so you can park at Fitgers for some shopping and eating, return later and then take the train to BentleyVILLE. At weekends, children are especially attracted to a decorated North Pole, a beer garden and brewhouse, as well as an ice rink and ice cream parlour.
So tie your dirndl and join in all the fun the festival has to offer and cheer on the Bulldogs at their heart - a pounding game that is always an entertaining and exciting experience. The DECC will serve as the home of ice and will provide an ice rink for participants of all ages who are sure to take off their shoes.
Not to be missed is the huge children's carnival area, which has a lot of traditional German games to offer. From the parade to the hockey medal hunt, there's always something for the whole family to do and this festival gives them that. So enjoy this Christmas with your friends and family for a fun and enjoyable day for all ages.
If snowmobiles are your thing, you will enjoy the snowmobile competition, which is the largest in the country. If you like inline skating or just watching, the NorthShore Inline Marathon is just right for you. Bring your family, friends and local running groups along to enjoy the beautiful views that Pike Lake has to offer.
If you are a winter sports enthusiast, this is definitely the event for you, whether snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing or snowboarding. There is also a run and there are many other events in the area, such as the Duluth Running Festival and the NorthShore Marathon.
The first year we were at the Bentleyville show, there was no snow on the ground, so we also went snowshoeing in one of the parks in Duluth. The Lake Festival Center in Superior, Wisconsin, hosts those who like horses and compete in team boxing. For the racegoers, it's the equivalent of an Iditarod sled, with a little snow and lots of fun. If you are participating in the race, bring your snowshoes and go snowmobiling or snowboarding along the trails along the north coast.
A late winter storm brought up to 6 inches of snow to the Iron Range and blizzards in the Twin Cities of Duluth and St. Paul. Snowstorms are forecast for the rest of the week, with a high of 5 to 10 inches on Friday and a low of 2 to 3 inches on Saturday.
Snowstorms with up to a foot in parts of northwestern Wisconsin and snow drifts in the Twin Cities and St. Paul on Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service said.
Mixture of 3 to 6 inches of snow, followed by 40 mph winds, brings the New Year to the Twin Cities, St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis and Minneapolis - St. Paul. The stronger and more damaging winds, which are not associated with rainfall, include gusts of up to 100 km / h and gusts of more than 120 km / h. In the city of Solon Springs, WI, an EF2 tornado touched down in the city, pulling up a 1.5-mile-long and a foot-wide tornado. Wind speeds of over 100 miles per hour and devastating forest areas in northern Wisconsin and parts of southern Minnesota.
Plan to escape Duluth and welcome the New Year in style at the beautiful Solglimt Bed & Breakfast!!!