Saturday, April 17

Virtual: The Humane Society of Douglas County, Inc. Paws for Love fundraiser will take place virtually April 17-25. Silent auction, informational videos and guests will have nine days to participate in online bidding. The auction will be open April 17 at 9 a.m. and close April 25 at 9 p.m. Tickets free. Learn more at hsdcpets.com/events/pfl-landing-page.

Monday, April 19

Virtual: Thomas Peacock, author of “The Forever Sky” and “The Dancers” and “Rez Dog” author Heather Brink, will read their stories, share insights into their books and take questions from 6-7 p.m. as part of the ninth annual Wisconsin Native American and Multicultural Literature Virtual Read-in, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Superior Department of Education. Join through the Zoom link, uwsuper.zoom.us/j/88304903778, or the meeting ID: 883 0490 3778.

Virtual: Scholar, activist and human trafficking survivor Jessica Smith will give a virtual presentation to the University of Wisconsin-Superior addressing the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People epidemic at 4 p.m. The event highlights National Victim Rights Week, April 18-24, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Free and open to the public. Registration is required at https://bit.ly/3sdee1G. Contact event organizers Amber Heidenreich, aheidenr@uwsuper.edu, and Sameena Knopik, sknopik@uwsuper.edu, for more information.

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Wednesday, April 21

Virtual: Children age 7-11 are invited to a special edition of the Superior Public Library’s Bookworms Book Club at 2 p.m., featuring “The Birchbark House” by Louise Erdrich. Email wiisanenk@superiorlibrary.org to sign up and receive Zoom login information.

Thursday, April 22

Virtual: Students from the University of Wisconsin-Superior’s First National literature class and Professor Chantal Norrgard will read excerpts of children’s stories they’ve learned about at 6 p.m. The free event is part of the campus’ Native American and Multicultural Literature Virtual Read-in. Join through the Zoom link, https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/81805672584, or with meeting ID: 818 0567 2584.

Monday, April 26

Virtual: Rotary Club of Superior will host its ninth annual Craft Beer and Wine Event through May 2 featuring an online-only auction. Proceeds go to the WITC Dreamkeepers Fund and Northwest Wisconsin Community Services Agency, Inc., as well as the Rotary Club of Superior’s international projects that receive ongoing support. Visit biddingowl.com/superiorrotary.

Thursday, May 6

Superior: The Thaddeus Kosciuszko Fraternal Aid Society (Polish Club) meets at 6:30 p.m. at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 1710 N. 12th St.

Saturday, May 8

Superior: The Harbor House Crisis Shelter Spring Fling from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church, 1531 Hughitt Ave., will feature photography by Real Life Ranta, a bake sale and decorated flower pots, seedlings, brats and hotdogs for sale. The event will use social distancing; mask kits with sanitizer will be provided. Visit harborhousecs.org.

Saturday, July 24

Iron River: Iron River Lions Club Blueberry Fest, Moon Lake Park. Kids tractor pull, rides, concessions, arts and crafts, beer, games, raffle tickets, blueberry pies, Lions Grill, pie-eating contest, music, queen and princess coronation, community talent contest, polka Mass, parade and cardboard boat races.

Sunday, July 25

Iron River: Iron River Lions Club Blueberry Fest, Moon Lake Park. Kids tractor pull, rides, concessions, arts and crafts, beer, games, raffle tickets, blueberry pies, Lions Grill, pie-eating contest, music, queen and princess coronation, community talent contest, polka Mass, parade and cardboard boat races.