Arts and Entertainment Around Superior:

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  • A World Of Accordions Museum
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  • Fairlawn Mansion and Museum

    History:Fairlawn was built as the home of Martin Pattison who lived here with his wife Grace and six children. Pattison, a wealthy lumber and mining baron, envisioned Fairlawn as a home befitting his success.  Construction began in 1889 and was completed in 1891 for a c...

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  • Gitchee Gumee Brewfest
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  • Harrington Arts Center
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  • Head Of The Lakes Fair
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  • Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival

    Mission: The Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival is organized by the Superior Rotary Club, Duluth's Harbortown Rotary Club amd the Superior Sunrise Centennial Rotary Club. The primary goal of the festival is to raise funds for a designated charity, a variety of charitable, no...

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  • Lake Superior Ice Festival

    Lake Superior Ice Festival is a community-driven festival celebrating the coolest aspects of our region....

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  • Red Mug Coffeehouse

    The Red Mug Coffeehouse is an independent coffeehouse, gallery and music venue located in the Trade and Commerce Marketplace at 916 Hammond Avenue in Superior, WI. Opened in 2004 with the goal of creating an atmosphere that would encourage community and support the arts - fi...

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  • Superior Council For The Arts

    About Us Artists, art enthusiasts and small business owners devoted resources, time and energy to building an arts community in Superior, Wisconsin.  Starting in the "Red Mug" building was a natural, as this is where artists and their studios such as Duluth Pottery,...

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  • Superior Public Museum

    About Us :The City of Superior stretches across the landscape at the headwaters of the Great Lakes, with a wide open view to the Superior Bay. Coined the Eye of the Northwest at the turn of the 20th Century, Superior was a prospering hub of industry, where fortunes were made...

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