Parents are encouraged to bring their kids to this family fun event. It will be from 12-3PM, featuring a variety of events, and everything is free and open to the public. Some of the activities include a bouncy house, a pudding eating contest, and local artist Bogdana will also be on hand. Members of the Duluth Fire, Police and 148th Fighter Wing will also be there.

The overall idea behind this event is to help kids and teens become more actively involved in their community, live a healthy lifestyle and achieve success. I just signed my son up for their after school program, he will be hopping on a school bus right from his school and going directly to the Boys & Girls club. He's really excited to try something new and make some new friends. But mostly excited to ride a school bus everyday.

The Boys & Girls Club of the Northland has branches in Duluth and Superior. If you are interested in getting your child enrolled, or just want more info, call this number: 218-727-1549, or follow this link: bgcnorth.org.