Help clean up Miller Creek on May 25 – Duluth News Tribune

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St. Louis River Alliance Spring Cleanup, 5: 30-7: 30 p.m. May 25, meet at Target parking lot, 1902 Miller Trunk Highway, Duluth, near dumpster off Mall Drive. The crew will clean up Miller Creek from Target toward Kohl's, and from Target down to the Miller Hill Mall area. SLRA will provide bags and some gloves, but bring your own gloves if possible. Dress appropriately for the weather and the job. Wear a mask if desired. Check in with a SLRA staff member or volunteer to sign a waiver. For questions, contact Alyssa at [email protected]

Arrowhead Fly Fishers Meeting, 7 p.m. May 25, via Zoom. The presenter is Gunnar Brammer of Brammer's Custom Flies. He will demonstrate how to tie a bass fly. More info and Zoom meeting link available on the Arrowhead Fly Fishers Facebook page. Full Moon Hike, 8: 45-9: 45 p.m. May 26, Enger Park, 1601 Enger Tower Drive, Duluth. Headlamps available or bring your own. Read COVID-19 program-related requirements at duluthmn.gov/parks/covid. All ages. Hosted by Duluth Parks and Recreation. Fee $5. Registration deadline May 25; visit secure.rec1.com/MN/duluthparks/catalog/index. Saturday Birding Hike: 6: 30-10 a.m. May 29, Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center, Wolfski north parking lot, 7328 Boulder Dam Road, Duluth. Search for migratory warblers, summer residents and water birds during this leisurely 2-mile bird-watching stroll at Boulder Lake. Binoculars provided if needed; spotting scopes encouraged for waterfowl viewing. Group limited to six. Registration required; visit https://forms.gle/tuTAeKRxzfvP5BTM9. Why Are The Rocks Tilted?: 1-1: 30 p.m. May 29, Jay Cooke State Park, Carlton. Take a quarter-mile geology walk near the river to discover what powerful forces from the past shaped these tilted rocks. Grassy, level surface. Free. Registration required; email [email protected] or call 218-673-7005.

Campfire Program — Black Bears of Minnesota: 8-8: 30 p.m. May 29, Jay Cooke State Park, Carlton. Although people rarely see them at the park, they are one of the most asked about animals. Discover the world of the Minnesota black bear and how to make your outdoor adventures more "bearable." Registration required; email [email protected] or call 218-673-7005.

Wildflower Hike: 10-11: 30 a.m. May 30, Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center, 7328 Boulder Dam Road, Duluth. The group will look for spring ephemeral flowers like hepatica, large-flowered bellwort, nodding trillium and many more early-blooming flowers. Meet at the Wolfski Welcome Center. Bring binoculars if you wish to check on the spring bird migration. Groups limited to six people. Free. Register at https://bit.ly/3npKoWM. Spring Wildflower Walk: 1-2: 30 p.m. May 30, Jay Cooke State Park, Carlton. Two-mile moderate walk to discover the many beautiful flowers of the park and how they survive the varied weather of spring. If the yellow lady's-slippers are blooming, the group will check them out. Most of walk is flat. There are rocks and hills to climb in the beginning to access the trail. Free. Registration required; email [email protected] or call 218-673-7005. Courage Kenny Fishing Tournament: 7: 30 a.m.-5: 30 p.m. June 5, Fish Lake. This fishing tournament is designed for adults who have physical disabilities and/or visual impairments. No angling experience necessary. Bring fishing license and fishing tackle. Boats, boat captains, bait, lunch and dinner provided. Volunteers available to assist anglers on and off boats and with fishing. Overnight camping available. Cost $25. Register at http://bit.ly/3b7Fb1u.

Wildflower Hike: 10-11: 30 a.m. June 6, Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center, 7328 Boulder Dam Road, Duluth. The group will look for spring ephemeral flowers like hepatica, large-flowered bellwort, nodding trillium and many more early-blooming flowers. Meet at the Wolfski Welcome Center. Bring binoculars if you wish to check on the spring bird migration. Groups limited to six people. Free. Register at https://bit.ly/3npKoWM. Adaptive Kayaking Lessons: 4-6 p.m. or 6: 30-8: 30 p.m. Thursdays, June 17-Aug. 12, University of Minnesota Duluth Kayak Center. Students will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of paddling in a 19-foot tandem kayak with an experienced Courage Kenny volunteer instructor in the Duluth Harbor. Courage Kenny is able to accommodate a wide variety of paddlers. Fee $90 for eight sessions. Register at https://bit.ly/3vJh2G2. Beginning Backpacking for Women, Q&A Session: 5: 30-7 p.m. June 10, Lincoln Park Middle School, Duluth. Instructor Anna Swarts presents this Duluth Community Education class. Cost: $10. To register, go to https://bit.ly/2QV6N2c. You will need to create an account to sign in. ATV Safety Online Field Day Class: 9 a.m.-12: 30 p.m. or 1: 30-4: 30 p.m. June 12, Driftskippers Snowmobile Club House, 33455 Wagon Wheel Court Road, Grand Rapids. Must be 10 years old before class date. To register or for questions, contact Dave Andrews Jr. at [email protected] Wildflower Hike: 10-11: 30 a.m. June 13, Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center, 7328 Boulder Dam Road, Duluth. The group will look for spring ephemeral flowers like hepatica, large-flowered bellwort, nodding trillium and many more early-blooming flowers. Meet at the Wolfski Welcome Center. Bring binoculars if you wish to check on the spring bird migration. Groups limited to six people. Free. Register at https://bit.ly/3npKoWM.

Adaptive Sailing: 5: 30-7: 30 p.m. June 15, Duluth Superior Sailing Center. Ages 6 and up. Specialized boats are adapted to accommodate a wide range of abilities and ages. Norlin Mark 3's, 2.4 meter boats, multi-hulls and some large cruisers are available. An accessible launching dock and hydraulic lift are available to use to assist sailors in and out of boats as needed. Hosted by Courage Kenny. Fee: $85. Register at https://bit.ly/3geWWPh. Dragon Boating: 6-7: 30 p.m. Mondays, June 21-July 12, docks behind Lake Superior Estuarium, Superior. Join the Blue Water Paddling Club and Courage Kenny Northland to experience the Duluth Harbor and St. Louis Bay aboard a 40-foot dragon boat. This four-part series will provide you and a member of your family an introduction to this unique and historic team sport. Fee $40. Register at https://bit.ly/3f1RUDM. Adaptive Kayak Day Trip Adventure: 7: 30 a.m.-6 p.m. July 18, Split Rock State Park and Light House, Two Harbors. Bring equipment or borrow from Courage Kenny. The trip will be canceled if it's unsafe to paddle due to the weather. Ages 8 and up. Fee $80. Register at https://bit.ly/3f1RUDM. Adaptive Kayak Day Trip Adventure: 7: 30 a.m.-6 p.m. July 18, Meyer's Beach, Sea Caves National Park Service. Bring equipment or borrow from Courage Kenny. The trip will be canceled if it's unsafe to paddle due to the weather. Ages 8 and up. Fee $80. Register at https://bit.ly/3f1RUDM. ATV Safety Online Field Day Class: 9 a.m.-12: 30 p.m. or 1: 30-4: 30 p.m. July 24, Driftskippers Snowmobile Club House, 33455 Wagon Wheel Court Road, Grand Rapids. Must be 10 years old before class date. To register or for questions, contact Dave Andrews Jr. at [email protected]

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