June 11: Crews do some deconstruction work on 27th Ave. W between Superior and Michigan to prepare for the construction of a new KwikTrip store. For information on KwikTrip’s hiring fairs, see the Lincoln Park Calendar.
June 14: Loki the police dog shows off his skills to the admiring crowd at the Duluth Police Activities League kickoff. Despite (or because of) the cool, drizzly weather, a great crowd came to the Heritage Sports Center to hang out in the bouncy house, practice boxing and pogo-stick-jumping, see how fast they could throw a
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
Ecolibrium3 is excited to announce a new grant program available to help low-income Lincoln Park and West Duluth residents switch from heating with fuel oil to natural gas. This grant covers the cost of a new heating system and potential replacement of a household’s hot water heater. Switching from fuel oil to natural gas saves
Ten Minnesota communities in Minnesota will soon be healthier places to live. The Alliance for Healthy Homes and Communities has awarded $23,000 to support projects in rural, suburban, and urban areas of the state. Each recipient organization is pursuing an innovative strategy to improve health, housing, and well-being. The projects range from creating more vibrant