Douglas County Circuit Court
The winners of the 23rd annual Lake Superior Photo Contest includes a Superior man among the top winners.
A Duluth woman allegedly involved in a November shooting incident in Superior's Billings Park neighborhood made an initial appearance last week in Douglas County Circuit Court.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Jazz Band hits sweet notes for its annual Valentine's Swing Dance at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Yellowjacket Union Great Room, 1605 Catlin Ave.. The evening includes music from the classic era of big band with songs from Glen Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie and Woody Herman. Free swing lessons are included in the price of admission from Keith Miernicki of Twin Ports Dance.
Wisconsin voters this spring will choose a new state Supreme Court justice to fill the first open seat on the high court in more than a decade. Voters narrow the field from three candidates to two in the Feb. 20 primary; the two finalists will face each other in the April 3 election. The winner will serve a 10-year term on the court.
Gary Banker and Tom Borich present a garden talk, "From Vision to Reality: Planning Your Garden" 6-8 p.m. Feb. 22 at Fairlawn Mansion in Superior.
Peace Lutheran Church in Poplar is preparing a Lenten Friday Fish Fry 4-6:30 p.m. every week starting Feb. 16. The weekly fish fry runs Feb. 16 through March 23 at 9523 U.S. Highway 2. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and younger. Baked and take out orders are available. Call (715) 364-2593 and leave a message if necessary.
National Bank of Commerce recently donated $170 toward the Meals on Wheels program run by Senior Connections. The program delivered more than 37,000 meals in Douglas County in 2017, thanks to partners like National Bank of Commerce. For more information on Meals on Wheels, or other programs offered by Senior Connections, call (715) 394-3611 or visit seniorconnectionswi.org.
Select Marcus Theatres, including Duluth Cinema at 300 Harbor Drive, presents the "Reel Movies for Real Needs" film series with lower volume sound and brighter light for special needs individuals who may not be comfortable at regular shows. Showtimes are at 10:30 a.m. Regular matinee pricing applies. The series kicks off with "Peter Rabbit" on Saturday. Visit www.marcustheatres.com and click on sensory-specific under the specials tab, then scroll down for Reel Movies for Real Needs.
A free screening of the movie "Voiceless" is held at 6 p.m. Sunday at Cathedral of Christ the King, 1111 Belknap St.