It’s looking increasingly like a trail over here on W. Superior Street–the asphalt for the multi-use Cross City Trail is going down today! Fans of heavy machinery (that is, preschoolers of the neighborhood), take note.
Here’s a piece of great news coming out of the Seaway Hotel–an informational fair to connect residents with the services that will help them make their lives healthier and better. This Wednesday, July 30, from 3-5 pm, come down to the Seaway lobby to see which agencies are on the ground in our neighborhood working on issues
Last night’s Equity in Hiring meeting in the Hillside brought around 50 community members, organizers, employers, representatives of trade unions, and career counselors together to face a hard question: in a city where 63% of African Americans and 67.6% of Native Americans are living in poverty, how can the community work towards ensuring all Duluthians
“Mom/Dad/Grandma/Grandpa, I’m boooooooooooooooooored.” If you have heard those sounds coming from your middle schooler (how many syllables are there in bored, anyway? Twenty?), it might just be summertime. The YMCA would like to announce a great opportunity, though: their Summer Youth Corps program, aimed at youth who have just finished 6th, 7th, or 8th grade. The program runs Monday-Friday afternoons
Check out WDIO’s report from the Lincoln Park Summer Celebration yesterday! It was the sort of June day in Duluth where you can sunburn your face and break out your cozy layers. Things were hopping at the Harrison Community Center. If you attended the event, what was your favorite part?
It’s a little loud outside Our Lincoln Park HQ right now, but at least it’s for a good cause. We’ll all be seeing more traffic cones and hearing more heavy equipment digging up the street for a little while, because the Lincoln Park phase of the Cross City Trail is underway. This shot is from the
Ready to bust out after a long, hard winter (that isn’t over yet–oh, April, always with the snowstorms) and celebrate what’s going on in the neighborhood? Mark your calendars, because the Our Lincoln Park Neighborhood Celebration is coming up on Saturday, May 3 from 10-2 at Clyde Iron Works! This free event welcomes all Lincoln Park
Did you know the Duluth Parks and Recreation department has virtual tours available for various scenic spots around the city? From Leif Erikson Park to Skyline Parkway, these panoramas are a great way of experiencing some of Duluth’s most beautiful places without having to deal with the slushy mud. This tour of Lincoln Park looks