May 27, 2015
It’s June and you are going to visit Duluth and you are going to have a fabulous time while you are there! There are so many things to do in Duluth when the sun is shining and Lake Superior is calling your name.
Enjoy the classic summer pastime of a baseball game with the Duluth Huskies at Wade Stadium. Or take in the month long art exhibit of Cheng-Khee Chee at the Tweed Museum on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus. Come visit Duluth the weekend of June 12 & 13 and take in one of the biggest rummage sales in Duluth – the Park Point Rummage Sale. Enjoy the sailboat races on Lake Superior every Wednesday and don’t forget to just relax with a stroll along the Lakewalk and maybe a bit of ice cream in Canal Park.
The biggest weekend in June is Grandma’s Marathon June 19 – 20, 2015. With a 5K race on Friday night followed by the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon and Grandma’s Marathon on Saturday, there is a race for everyone! There will be plenty of great music, food and fun all weekend long.
June is also a great time to bike, hike or walk any one of the many trails located in and around the city of Duluth. Spirit Mountain isn’t just for skiing, it also has a wonderfully challenging mountain biking trail system for you to enjoy. You can even rent a bike or get one repaired right on location. They have trails for the novice and the more experienced riders. Check it out!
And what could be more fun in Duluth than spending an afternoon in the Edge Waterpark?! Or spending time watching the ships go by sitting poolside? Or taking one of the Edgewater Hotel’s complimentary bikes out for a ride on the Lakewalk? All of these are fun and we invite you to enjoy them when you visit Duluth!
May 13, 2015
What do you do with 150 circus tickets? You give them to those who need some fun the most! As a sponsor of the AAD Shrine Circus, the Edgewater Hotel & Waterpark received tickets to the shows and decided to do more than just sell them with a room.
The Edgewater connected with local community groups like the Boys & Girls Club, YWCA, Neighborhood Youth Services, and with Military families to give away tickets to various shows during the Circus’ April run in Duluth. In addition to these groups, victims of a recent apartment complex fire at Applewood Knoll were also provided with free circus tickets to take their families out for a day of fun and enjoyment.
Tickets were good for seats in the ZMC Hotels owned suite as well as general seating. Amsoil Arena graciously provided free popcorn to all attendees using Edgewater tickets. And from the looks of it, the kids had a wonderful time as reported by WDIO. Even Woody the Clown came to visit with families at the Edgewater Hotel.
April 28, 2015
“My Spidey senses are tingling,” said Spiderman to his friend Batman while they were enjoying a pizza at Tiki Tom’s Oasis & Grill. “I think there is something going on!”
Spiderman painted by one of our talented staff members (in-progress). More to Come!
Just then the bat sign appeared on the roof. Batman looked up from taking a sip of his frosted drink and exclaimed, “To the bat cave!”
In a flurry they were gone but you can join them and Captain American for a special weekend May 8 – 9, 2015, at the Edgewater Hotel & Waterpark. Reserve early to get in on all the Superhero Fun! Everyone will enjoy creating their own superhero mask on Friday night and a matching superhero cape on Saturday night to help them fight the bad guys with Spiderman, Batman and Captain America.
The Edgewater will also have face painting, tattoos, a coloring contest and Superhero movies. Don’t miss your opportunity to hang out with your favorite superhero. Special appearances will be made by Spiderman, Batman and Captain America. Get in on the super action now!
And don’t forget! Mention the secret phrase to get a special prize when you check in! The secret phrase is – “To the Bat Cave!”
April 17, 2015
Eight days and more than two hundred performances will bring a mix of musical stylings across the cities of Duluth and Superior area bars, taverns, cafes, coffee shops and restaurants. The Duluth Homegrown Music Festival begins Sunday, April 26 and ends May 3. The schedule is jam-packed with musical artists, a few filmmakers and other artists.
Buy a weeklong pass for just $25! Tickets may be purchased for the week, weekend or daily. There are venues for all ages and others for only the 21 and older crowd. The festival allows locals to showcase their talent at venues that you may not have ever gone into before. Artists from all genres of music can be found playing so be sure to hop around to find your favorites!
The hottest ticket will be for Wednesday, April 29, when Big Wave Dave and the Ripples followed by the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra and the finale of Trampled by Turtles will take the main stage at Clyde Iron Works.
And there is more than just performances to enjoy. On Saturday, May 2, at Chester Bowl Park there is the Rock ’n’ Run and the Homegrown Kickball Classic.
With so much to enjoy during the week, make your reservation early for a clean and comfortable room to come back to each day.