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The Northland’s Largest Holiday Arts& Crafts Show

16 Nov

Saturday(November 17th) and Sunday (November 18th) is the Northland’s Largest Holiday Arts & Craft Show in Duluth at the DECC. It is in South Pioneer Hall this year.

Saturday is from 9 .am.-5 p.m.

Sunday it is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

There are over 150 Vendors, decorated trees for sale, a raffle, the famous JLD holiday toffee, a new cookbook by the Junior League.

The Vendors that will be there are listed on the Current Vendors on the Junior League of Duluth website. There are many new folks.

Admission is Saturday $6.00, Sunday $4.00. You can get $1.00 off with a non-perishable food doantion for Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.

A special thanks to the sponsors: St. Lukes, Lakewalk Surgery Center, the DECC, The Women Today and Moms & Dads Today.

 

Festival of Trees is this weekend

14 Nov

Are you ready to go to an ever popular craft fair this weekend (Saturday and Sunday)? Buy homemade gifts early. The Junior League of Duluth is selling their new cookbook which is a combination of the best recipes through the years. I think it is only $15.00 for a whole lot of cooking and baking fun.

This year the Festival of Trees is in Pioneer Hall. Next year it will be back in its same locations. Someone reserved that space 5 years ago. There will be lots of great new booths this year.

I know we have a great fundraising booth. We have little gnomes (homemade) on a small tree. We have beautiful fleece scarves for only $2.00 and so many more surprises to raise money for our favorite charity, Circle of Hope.

 

Hope CD To Be Sold in Super One Grocery Stores in The Region

16 Aug

Circle of Hope has a CD that is a compulation of singers/musicans from the region. These are talented singers with local roots. It will be sold in the SuperOne Grocery stores by the end of the week for only $10.00.

There are many themes throughout the CD. The singers and musicans include: Bill and Kate Isles, Josh Revak, Rachael Kilgour, Kim Storm, Andy Elwell, Peter Provost, James Moors, Sara Thomsen, Jane Aas. This CD makes a beautiful gift that will give anyone hope. (More details will be coming out about these singers/ musicans.)

 

 The beautiful photography throughout the CD case is Dennis O’Hara’s work. (He has items for sale at The Duluth Grill.)

A special  thanks to our graphic designer and friend, Carol, www.LilybytheLake.com who has done all the graphic design work for us at a price that we can afford.  http://www.circleofhopeduluth.org

A special thanks to our sponsor, SuperOne grocery stores in the region who have supported our efforts.

www.superonefoods.com

Hope Concert tickets will be sold at the Duluth Grill starting in September. (along with musicans and board members)  A special thanks to The Duluth Grill who has supported Circle of Hope from” the get go.” www.duluthgrill.com

The concert is Oct. 27th at Sacred Heart. The price is $10.00 as well, and they will be pre-sold. There will be a limited number of seats.

www.sacredheartstudio.net

James Moors-www.jamesmoors.com

Andy Elwell-www.andyelwell.com

Josh Revak-www.joshrevak.com

Sara Thomsen-www.sarathomsen.com

Kim Storm-www.kimstorm.com

Rachael Kilgour-www.rachaelkilgour.com

Jane Aas

Bill and Kate Isles-www.billandkateisles.com

Peter Provost

A special thanks to Dave Hill at Inland Recording Studio, Steve Horner/producer and engineer, Peter Aas (mandolin), Steve Kuether, songwriter at www.panthercreekrecording.com, Eric Swanson at Sacred Heart Studio at www.sacredheartstudio.net, Copycats Media at www.copycatsmedia.com, the Junior League of Duluth at www.juniorleagueduluth.orgKiwanis Club of Friendly Duluth at www.kiwanisduluth.com, Dennis O’ Hara from Northern Images Photography at www.northernimages.com, and our friend/graphic designer, Carol at www.LilybytheLake.com

The Duluth Grill will be selling the concert tickets in September, 2011. To pre-order call  Peggy at 1.218.525.1905 or contact any board member.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Junior League of Duluth

23 May

The Junior League of Duluth has been around for 90 years and has done an amazing amount of projects in this community. It is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The Junior League actually added seven new members this year.

www.juniorleagueleagueduluth.org

A big fundraiser is the annual Festival of Trees held at the DECC.

 

Festival of Trees in Duluth, MN, DECC., Saturday and Sunday

18 Nov

The Largest Arts and Crafts Sale in the Northland is this Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 20th and 21st at the Duluth DECC.

Saturday-Nov. 20-8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 21-10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Cost is $6.00 with $1.00 off for a food shelf donation.

Children 12 and under are free.

Over 180 vendors and crafters.

Visit Santa with his sleigh, listen to live music, or buy some famous Junior League of Duluth toffee.

There are over 17 decorated trees to bid on.

Visit the website and bid on the online auction items:

www.juniorleagueduluth.org

 

Festival of Trees, Duluth, MN

14 Nov

This Saturday and Sunday at the DECC in Duluth is Festival of Trees. It is put on by the Junior League of Duluth and yes there are over 180 vendors! The ballroom is even opened up this year. Go to the Christmas City of the North Parade on Friday night and then Festival of Trees on Saturday or Sunday. Buy some great toffee, bid on one of the 17 trees, and shop till you drop!

 

Rebecca (Becky) Nordstrom Hall, Port City Nominee

05 May

Becky Hall was nominated by the Lake Superior Medical Society for Port City Women of The Year. Most everyone knows Becky because she knows everyone! Her smile is contagious to say the least about her and she is an inspiration to many.

Becky is the mother of five children and married to a physican in town.

Becky comes from a political background having been a Duluth City Council at Large candidae. She is a member of the American Legion Auciliary, League of Women Voters, City of Duluth District 9 PLanning Committee, London Road Advisory Committee, Junior League of Duluth, Duluth Woman’s Club and Duluth Republican Women.

In 2007 Becky was a graduate of Leadership Duluth that was offered by the Duluth Area Chamber of Comerce.

She is a board member for the Lake Superior Medical Society Alliance having served as president and treasurer.

Becky is a member of The Duluth Legacy Fund, The Duluth Figure Skating Club and served as their vice president. She is a Northern Liberty Alliance co-founder and Tea Party Chair.

Past activities in board membership include Little Treasures Day Care Center Board, YMCA Camp Du Nord, Mothers of Preschoolers, and she served as treasure for The First Lutheran Church.

Becky is an amazing women and leader in our community.

 

Katherine or Katie Kuettel, Nominee For Port City 2010

05 May

Katie Kuettel was nominated by the Junior League of Duluth. Katie has been a member of this organization since 1979 and has been the chair of the Trees Committee for the Festival of Trees since 2005. Her creative talent is evident by the trees she decorates year after year. Each tree has a theme. Christmas can be found at her house throughout the year.

Katie has been a past president, vice president of finances, trasurer and chair of fundraisers for the Junior League of Duluth.

She has been on the Duluth North Shore Sanitary District Board of Mangers for four years and served as secretary for two years.

Other volunteer activities include being at Congdon Park Elementary School for nine years, East High School for six years, the Food Shelf for five years, John Duss Memorial Conservatory for 11 years, and UMD Alumni Association for five years where she served as the president for two of those years.

Anyone who knows Katie, a jewel, a real keeper. Brenda Beard, president of Junior League spoke highly on her behalf.