If you are planning on visiting Two Harbors this September, you are in for an exciting experience. All month long, there are exciting events going on that perfectly capture the essence of the north shore.
Bird Banding – Any Day Between 7 am and Noon
The Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center allows you to learn more about birds every day during the morning and mid-morning hours. The bird research event will give you a chance to get answers to any questions you may have about birds.
Date Night at the Winery – Every Thursday
Every Thursday from 7-9 pm, the North Shore Winery hosts a mesmerizing date night. Bluesman Gordon Thorne, the highly regarded finger-style guitarist, headlines the event.
Coffee and Conversation – 21st September
If you want to enjoy a fantastic afternoon with friends while sipping the best coffee, mark your calendar and get ready for Coffee and Conversation on 21st September. There is live music, yummy snacks, and plenty of good vibes.
Lake Superior 20/20 Studio & Art Tour – 22nd, 23rd, & 24th September
A group of studio artists living on the outskirts of Two Harbors showcases their work every year at the Lake Superior 20/20 Studio & Art Tour. Their artistic creations will immerse you in the serenity and natural beauty of Lake Superior’s northern shore.
Heck of the North | Gravel Bike Classic – 30th September
The 15th anniversary of North Shore’s most captivating race, The Heck of the North, will be on 30th September. This 105 Mile, 55 Mile, and 20 Mile Gravel Classic is equally challenging and scenic. Whether you are new to gravel cycling or are a veteran looking to introduce a friend to the race, there will be an opportunity to do it all this September.
If you will be coming to Two Harbors this September, you should plan to attend one or several of the events above to make your visit more interesting. Your trip will also be smoother if you have a cozy place to stay at. Country Inn Two Harbors is conveniently located and offers superb amenities to ensure you can comfortably settle in after a long day of exploring the north shore.