Community calendarLake Superior Ragtime Society “Summer Mini-Bash” previously listed for Monday will actually be held July 19. The Telegram apologizes for the error.
Superior: The Eagles Club hosts a fish/smelt fry 5-8 p.m. at 1710 N. 12th St. Cost is $8 for regular fish, $9 for smelt.
Pattison State Park: Clown of the Northwoods: Waddling through forest, smacking his lips, wrinkling his nose, bobbing his head, clawing on trees, this is the roly-poly black bear of Wisconsin. He’s strong and quick, and he has a hair-trigger temper. Feel a bear bone. Call (715) 399-3111.
Lake Nebagamon: A village-wide garage sale runs 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cable: “Drawing Flowers with Pen and Ink” class, instructed by Diana Randolph, runs 1-2:30 p.m. at Big Brook Greenhouse on Highway 63 during the Cable Garden Festival 2012. No drawing experience is necessary. Cost is $12 and the class size limit is 12. Call (715) 798-3191 to register.
Duluth: Terry Degner, author of “My Brave Little Man,” signs copies of his memoir at 1 p.m. at Barnes & Noble in the Miller Hill Mall. The memoir highlights the years he spent in a Duluth orphanage and is rich in history on Duluth’s past, chronicles his early years as he overcame a series of adversities.
Pattison State Park: Edmund Fitzgerald: The Legend Lives by recounts Lake Superior’s most famous shipwreck on the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, probably the world’s most famous shipwreck. Call (715) 399-3111.
Superior: The Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center invites everyone to celebrate Father’s Day by treating Dad to a free day exploring the center. In addition to our rare P-38 ‘Lightning’ fighter in Dick Bong’s famous ‘Marge’ markings, Dad will also see other unique items such as a WWII aircraft tug, a Harley Davidson WLA motorcycle, an Allis-Chalmers Snow Tractor, and our latest addition to the exhibits, a German 20mm ‘Flak’ 38 antiaircraft gun, here on temporary loan for the summer. Don’t miss this opportunity to treat Dad to an ‘historic’ outing. Go to www.byhcenter.org for information.
Duluth: The Lake Superior Zoo celebrates “Wild about Dads” from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fathers and their families can enjoy special animal presentations, family friendly outdoor games, crafts and free hotdogs for the first 200 visitors. While touring the zoo, guests can participate in the “Wild About Animal Dads” trivia game with a chance to win a special gift from the Tiger’s Paw Gift Shop, a seed bomb or a ticket for a ride on the Zoo Train. Go to www.lszoo.org.
Superior: The 12th annual All Ford-Powered Car Show runs 1-4 p.m. at the Belknap Plaza, 130 Belknap St. Registration starts at 12:30 p.m. for 14 different classes. Pre-registration cost is $7; all Ford-powered vehicles welcome. Spectators are free.
Pattison State Park: Meet Mrs. Martin Pattison: In authentic period costume, Rachael E. Martin portrays Grace Pattison, wife of lumber baron and Superior Mayor Martin Pattison. Discover how the Pattisons came to move to Superior. See photos of their home, Fairlawn Mansion and hear about the Pattison children. Call (715) 399-3111.
Superior: Thomas F. Stein VFW Post 1091 and the Ladies Auxiliary meet at 7 p.m. at V.I.P., 1201 Tower Ave., to determine the direction the VFW is going to take.
Duluth: The Suicide Family Members Support Group for those who lost loved ones to suicide meets 7-8:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Medical Center in the 2 East Classroom on the second floor near the auditorium and the chapel. Free. Call (218) 786-4402.
Pattison State Park: Price is Right Astronomy: Divide into teams, start some virtual cash, and choose a door with your team’s answer. Which planet has a Big Red Spot? What’s the real name of the North Star? Does your team have the answers? Call (715) 399-3111.
Superior: Members of the Superior Kiwanis Club read stories to children of all ages in the Children’s Room story boat 10:30-11 a.m. at the Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave. Free.
Superior: The Clef Music Society meets at noon at the home of Bonnie Baker, 5 Badger Drive, for a potluck luncheon. The program, a “Historical Review of the CLEF Music Society” is presented through member reminiscences, followed by a short business meeting conducted by President Nancy Smith.
Duluth: Mended Hearts, a support group for those who have had heart surgery, a stent or heart event and their families meets at 7 p.m. in the Wisconsin room on the first floor of Essentia Health-St. Mary’s, 407 E. Second St.
Duluth: The Adult Grief Support Group meets 7:30-9 p.m. at St. Mary’s Medical Center in the 2 East Classroom on the second floor near the auditorium and the chapel. Free. Call (218) 786-4402.
Pattison State Park: Horns of Wisconsin: Bump heads with the horned mammals of Wisconsin —white-tailed deer, elk and more. Discover where you might see these mighty beasts of the green-gilded forests in our state. Call (715) 399-3111.
Duluth: La Leche League meets at 10 a.m. at First United Methodist Church (Coppertop). Babies and children welcome, lending library available. Call (218) 499-9504.
Superior: U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl’s regional representative, Marjorie Bunce, meets with constituents 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave., in the classroom. No appointment is necessary. Bunce can also be contacted at the regional office, 402 Graham Ave., Suite 206, Eau Claire, WI 54701, (715) 832-8424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Superior: The Downtown Farmer’s Market runs 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot north of the Superior Public Library, rain or shine.
Duluth: Swedish Midsommar is celebrated at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 45th Avenue East and Colorado Street, at 12:30 p.m. with painting of dala horses, and ladies and girls making flower crowns. At 2 p.m., the program featuring Par and Torbjorn Nesbom, musicians from Sweden, begins. Following the program, everyone decorates the Maypole and dances. Children are encouraged to participate. The day ends with a Swedish Kaffe Kalas (coffee party). New this year, Midsommar tiles designed by Alison Aune will be available for sale.
Lake Nebagamon: Story Time begins held at 1:30 p.m. at the Imogene McGrath Library.
Superior: Collage artists from the Superior Council for the Arts show children how to create whimsical postcards about a great trip 2-3 p.m. in the meeting room of the Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave. Free. No registration required.
Superior: The Lighthouse of Superior hosts a free vintage afternoon event with the Douglas County Historical Society, “History of Superior,” 2-3:30 p.m. Refreshments served.
Superior: Bayside Sounds features Showtime Band variety music at 7 p.m. at the Barker’s Island band shell.
Pattison State Park: Sweet Buzzing: Step into the busy world of the bees to find out what all the bee activity is about. Explore the honey-making factory with Ingrid Johnson. Call (715) 399-3111.
Duluth: Historian Pam Brunfelt reveals the true meaning of the “arsenal of democracy” through her presentation entitled “Iron and Steel in WWII: The Arsenal of Democracy” noon to 1 p.m. in the Ruth Maney Room of the St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center, 506 W. Michigan St.
Duluth: The Mental Health Support Group meets 5-7 p.m. at Miller Dwan Medical Center, 502 E. Second St., meeting rooms 1-3, lobby level, eastside near the auditorium.
Duluth: Bike Night starts at 6 p.m. at Arrowhead Juvenile Center Outreach, 1918 N. Arlington Ave.
Duluth: The College of St. Scholastica celebrates its Centennial Reunion today through Sunday. The celebration includes several special events like the unveiling of centennial art sculpture, sneek peek science center tours, an old-fashion Daisy Field picnic, historical tours of Duluth, Friday evening entertainment featuring The Maxi Childs Trio and a reunion dinner. Come join other alumni at the largest reunion ever held. Free. Pre-registration required at http://bit.ly/HIjDAm.
Pattison State Park: Legends of Pattison Park: Hang on. Songs, activities and stories with guitarist Cheri Tesarek — the Pied Piper of Pattison Park — leads young and old on quite an adventure in fun. Call (715) 399-3111.