Whether you are visiting Duluth for the weekend, or you live here year round, we hope this guide helps fill your summer with fun! How to use this guide: Click on the image below you want more information on and it will take you to the either another full guide, or a list of business or activities with more info!
Coffee is made for mamas…those littles (and the bigs!) keep you awake all the time, whether during the night needing to be rocked, or with worry about the big things they go through as they come into their own. Find your brew at one of these local spots!
Did you run out of meal ideas? In a time crunch? Need someone else to do the dishes? Here are Duluth’s Reader Response to where you and your kids can get great meals free or discounted. Other great suggestions include kid friendly atmosphere and menu choices.
The Protein Pub
The Protein Pub is designed to enrich people’s lives by helping individuals attain their highest degree of personal health and performance. Located downtown Duluth in the historical Board of Trade Building since 2010, our Shakistas have been serving up healthy shakes and menu items along with friendly, supportive conversations. Whether you’re grabbing something quick or hanging out in our living room, our ever-expanding menu and welcoming environment will have you coming back again. Menu options include Vegan, GF, low-carb, lactose free, and keto. Let’s have a conversation!
Fannie Rose Candy Shop
Fannie Rose Candy Shop is a locally owned and operated candy shop specializing in homemade gourmet popcorn. Located in the HEART District of downtown Duluth, Fannie Rose allows for a quick stop in your busy day. Along with our delicious popcorn we carry truffles, fine chocolates, and nostalgic candy. Whether you are looking for an individual snack or enough sweets to satisfy a large gathering, Fannie Rose Candy Shop has you covered.
At Fannie Rose Candy Shop, we believe that picking out your candy should be a fun-filled adventure for all ages. With an entire wall dedicated to classic 1920s candy bins, we offer a mix ‘n match experience based on your individual selections.
Canal Park Brewery
Young Athletes Foundation
The Young Athletes Foundation (YAF) was developed by Grandma’s Marathon in 1990 to assist with the promotion and development of healthy and active lifestyles for area youth. The goal is to support young athletes and locally under-represented youth sports programs. Through this charitable arm of Grandma’s Marathon, the YAF helps community members and businesses that inspire kids to be healthy. Wednesday Night at the Races series: These popular, FREE races for children ages 14 and under are held for six consecutive Wednesdays in July & August. Dates include: July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, August 22, and the year end picnic on August 29. The YAF is able to provide support to area youth through benefit races, such as the Park Point 5-Miler that will be on Thursday, July 19, 2018. There will be exclusive Kids Only Races FREE to ages 14 and under.
July 25: James S. Malosky Stadium, UMD
August 1: Public Schools Stadium, Denfeld H.S.
August 8: High School Track, Proctor H.S.
August 15: NBC Spartan Sports Complex, Superior H.S.
August 22: Corey Veech Memorial Field, Hermantown H.S.
August 29: Wade Stadium (YEAR-END RUN & PICNIC)