Join the Duluth Cluster Schools Foundation for an evening of live and silent auctions, finger foods, beverages, games, and entertainment!
The City of Duluth’s Downtown Development Authority is partnering with Uber to offer free roundtrip rides (up to $25 each way) on Thursday evenings to its downtown restaurant and retail district. The promotion launches this Thursday, September 20th and will run through November 8th. Riders will be able to redeem their rides with a unique promo code each week that will be posted on the city’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Please choose to support your local Duluth Cluster Schools in your year-end giving decisions. This is a great way to increase your charitable contributions for tax purposes.
The City of Duluth is proud to announce that we have been selected as a drop off for Toys for Tots. We have five drop off locations for Toys for Tots this year. If you are able to donate a toy please drop the new unwrapped toy/toys off at one of the following locations no later than December 18th, 2017.
The City’s street sweeping contractor will return to sweep City streets beginning Monday, November 13th, and will sweep nightly.
Gwinnett County Public Library (GCPL) and Eddie Owen Presents will host a book and CD release party for Radney Foster on November 18 at the Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth.
As cleanup takes place after hurricane Irma, the City of Duluth will be offering yard debris removal for its residents.
Three-time Grammy nominee Daniel Cowan, AKA Dan Random has recently released his debut science fiction novel with original music soundtrack, “Somewhere Called Now.” Dan will alternate readings with songs from the book/soundtrack with his band at Eddie Owen Presents on August 25th.