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JIMMY JOHNS

Offering gourmet sandwiches at great prices and "Freaky Fast" delivery. 

CIRRUS AIRCRAFT

Since day one in 1984, Cirrus Aircraft has been committed to the future of aviation, to smart safety and most adamantly, to innovation.

OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY

Providing residential & commercial products/services in Duluth and Hibbing.  

"JUNK HUNT" BRINGS ITS WARES TO SEITZ ARENA (4/16/15)

     The "JUNK HUNT", the area's finest indoor display of all things vintage, anttique and otherwise will hold its 7th annual event in the DHSC's Seitz Arena on Friday & Saturday, May 8 & 9th.
     The desire for more space...both for vendor displays and parking...were primary factors for the event's organizers for moving to the DHSC from its prior location.
     Doors will be open from 11 AM - 5 PM Friday and 9 AM to 3 PM Saturday. Admission is $5 and is good for both days. A special "Early Bird" session is available for serious junk-hunters from 9 - 11 AM. The "Early Bird" admission is $10.
     Snacks & beverages will be available for sale on both days. See www.duluthjunkhunt.com for additional information. 

DULUTH EAST HOCKEY ARCH UNVEILED

     On December 13, 2014, a gathering of former alumni was on hand at the DHSC to witness the unveiling of the Duluth East Commemorative Hockey Arch, a montage of photos and clippings that depicts the school’s storied hockey history.
     Since its program began in 1950, the Greyhounds have made 21 state tournament appearances, winning three state titles. Among its hockey alumni, the ‘Hounds claim, three former Olympians , three former NHL players, 15 Minnesota Mr. Hockey finalists, one Mr. Hockey winner (Dave Spehar – 1996), two Frank Brimsek Award winners as the state’s top goalie (Kyle Kolquist – 1997; Adam Coole, 1998) and two Associated Press Top Minnesota High School Player of the Year Awards  (Spehar – 1996; Jake Randolph – 2012).
     The Greyhounds have not experienced a season with a losing record since 1953. The team’s current head coach, Mike Randolph is one of seven Minnesota High School coaches who have achieved 500 wins or more in his career. 

DULUTH FINANCIAL ADVISORS HELPS FUND HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS (12/6/14)

     During the 2014-15 high school hockey season, every time a Duluth High School Hockey team scores a power play goal, the cost of a college education for four (4) Duluth High School seniors becomes more affordable!
     Through a special arrangement with the Duluth Heritage Sports Center Foundation (DHSCF), Patrick D. Francisco & Associates, a financial advisory firm helping people create sound retirement strategies, will provide a financial donation with each power play goal during the regular season to help fund four $500 scholarships to be presented to both male & female student athletes from Duluth Denfeld & Duluth East high schools.
     Male athlete scholarships will be awarded through the Ray Peterson Fund.  The female scholarships will be awarded in the name of former Duluth school teachers Thomas & Katherine Gibson. The DHSCF administers both funds.
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of citizenship, academic performance and athletic participation in any interscholastic sport, as determined by members of the school’s faculty.
     The scholarship program will be promoted during each high school home game as the “Power Play Payoff”, presented by Patrick D. Francisco & Associates. All proceeds, without exception, will benefit the scholarship funds. 

Denfeld Fun Day

Denfeld Fun Skate 2014 Fun time skating with the Denfeld Hunters with all the games and food.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB GOLDBERG FAMILY BRANCH NAMED “SAFE PLACE”

     Recently, the Dave Goldberg Family Branch of the Boys & Girls Club was added to the “Safe Place” sites in Duluth. The Goldberg Branch is housed in the Duluth Heritage Sports Center.
     
“Safe Place” is a refuge for youth at risk. Any young person who has run away or is in a threatening situation is able to receive assistance at any place identified by a yellow-and-black diamond shaped sign that indicates that the facility has staff that has been trained to provide this assistance.
     
When sought out as a place of refuge, personnel at the Boys & Girls Club will call a volunteer who will provide transportation for the young person to the Lutheran Social Service’s Bethany Crisis Shelter in Duluth. Within 30 minutes, a trained representative of the agency will visit with the youth and address the situation.
     
The “Safe Place” sign is located at the front of the DHSC Entry Plaza. 

DHSC UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Apr
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Adult Open Hockey "Firemen"
  • Apr
  • 21
Adult Open Skate
  • 10:30am-11:45am (CDT) Ical_event_icon
  • Duluth Heritage Sports Center
  • November 1, 2014 the cost will go up to $4.00.  There will be a 10 time punch card available to purchase for $35.00.  See the office for details.  

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  • Apr
  • 22
Open Hockey "Policemen"
  • Apr
  • 22
City Of Duluth Family Open Sklate
  • 6:30pm- 8:00pm (CDT) Ical_event_icon
  • Duluth Heritage Sports Center
  • Skate are available to use. 

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Adult Open Hockey "Firemen"

HERITAGE TIER 1 HOCKEY SHOWCASE DATES SET.


2014 16U Champions Minnesota Blades

     The dates for the Heritage Tier 1 Hockey Showcase are set for October 30 thru November 1, 2015. Formal invitations will be sent during the week of April 1. 2015. For more information, please click on the "Tournaments" tab. 

"KICKS FOR KIDS" SOCCER CLASSIC DATE SET

The inaugural KICKS FOR KIDS soccer classic will be held in the DHSC's Seitz Arena on Saturday, March 28. The event, which benefits the Boys & Girls Club of the Northland, will consist of boys & girls teams in the U10-U14 age divisions. Please refer to the "Indoor Soccer" tab on this page for further information.

LITTLE WILD PROGRAM TO RETURN TO DHSC

     Last September, 60 youth gathered at the DHSC to sample the fun of playing hockey. The Minnesota Wild, Total Hockey and Minnesota Hockey collaborated in the "Little Wild" program, providing equipment, coaching and four hours of ice for those new to the sport to have a taste of what it’s like to be a hockey player.
     We’re pleased to announce that the "Little Wild" will be returning to Duluth next fall. Please watch this site for additional information