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Duluth Public Library
520 W. Superior St.
Duluth, MN 55802

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of the City of Duluth

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Legacy Programs

These programs are funded in part with money from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

If you've enjoyed the programs, please fill out an evaluation (either printed or online). Your feedback helps library staff plan more programs.

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CLIMB Theatre Presents: Anansi the Spider

Monday, June 8  •  6:30 pm  •  Mt. Royal Branch Library
Monday, June 29  •  6:30 pm  •  Main Library Green Room
Tuesday, June 30  •  6 pm  •  West Duluth Branch Library

Anansi the Spider is a master of trickery. Using a rock with magical powers, Anansi tricks all the forest animals out of their suppers. But when he tries to trick clever Spotted Deer, the tables are turned and Anansi himself is left without supper.

Paid for in part by Minnesota's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund

Brian Laidlaw

Teen Songwriting Workshop

Friday, June 19  •  3:30 pm  •  Main Library Gold Room

Songwriter/poet/School of Rock professor Brian Laidlaw leads a songwriting workshop that begins to answer the question: "Where do songs come from?" We'll talk about ways to gather musical inspiration from our day-to-day lives, and try out some exercises that help develop an idea into a fully formed song.

India dancers silhouettes Zaraawar Mistry: Children's Stories from India

Monday, July 13  •  10:30 am  •  West Duluth Branch Library
Monday, July 20  •  6 pm  •  Mt. Royal Branch Library

Enter a world of magic and imagination with Indian-born actor and storyteller Zaraawar Mistry. These retellings of classic myths, historical stories and animal fables will introduce Indian culture, wildlife, food and history. The stories will be accompanied by Greg Herriges on guitar and bouzouki.

Paid for in part by Minnesota's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund



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If you do not wish to be photographed, please talk to library staff before the program

Legacy Fund

The programs are sponsored by the Duluth Public Library and
the Arrowhead Library System,
and are funded by money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. 

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