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A Journey To Russia – Spirit of Duluth
November 13, 2017 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Spirit of Duluth Dinner & Film Series: Sharing food, film & stories to celebrate Duluth.
Spirit of Duluth Dinner & Film Series presents: “A Taste of Russia”
“A Taste of Russia” is the second gathering in our ‘Spirit of Duluth Dinner & Film Series’ at Zeitgeist. Join us on Monday, November 13th for an evening curated by some incredible Duluthians who are Russian or involved in Russian studies – Natalie Belsky, Irina Haller, Karen Rosenflanz & Dan Nolan. Savour the delicious flavors of Russian and Georgian cuisine during a three-course, gourmet dinner in the Zeitgeist Cafe followed by a screening of “A Bitter Taste of Freedom” directed by Marina Goldovskaya in the Teatro, and post show discussion in the atrium complete with Russian chocolates, cookies, tea & coffee.
There are two ways to experience this exciting evening: (1) FILM & DINNER Enjoy a specially-prepared gourmet Russian meal at 5:30pm in the Zeitgeist Cafe and then attend “A Bitter Taste of Freedom” at 7:15pm in the Teatro. OR (2) FILM ONLY “A Bitter Taste of Freedom” at 7:15 in the Zeitgeist Teatro. Attending the film screening is free but seating is limited so you’ll need to reserve a free ticket below – Please only reserve a ticket if you are sure that you will attend that evening. Following the film everyone is invited to join us in the atrium for coffee, tea, dessert, and post-film discussion. (PLEASE NOTE: If you purchase a dinner ticket, it automatically INCLUDES a ticket to the film, so please do not register for both.)
SAVE THE DATES FOR FUTURE ‘SPIRIT OF DULUTH’ EVENTS
“A Taste of Russia” is part of Zeitgeist’s ‘Spirit of Duluth Dinner & Film Series’ and every month, from October through April 2018, we invite you to experience the culture and insights of some inspiring and truly original Duluth residents through food, film, and personal stories. Through sharing a meal, watching a film and engaging in conversation every month we’ll connect people who might not otherwise meet.
Each event will be uniquely organized and hosted by Duluthians who represent the culture being highlighted and will feature a specially crafted gourmet dinner curated by the host that will allow guests to experience the taste of the cuisine as they hear the story behind it. At Zeitgeist we know that Duluth is stronger as a creative, diverse community. We’re committed to building connections between people of different cultures and encourage you to join us for what is sure to be a fun, informative and culturally rich experience.
December 11th – “Black Is” African American Film, Cuisine & Culture
January 8th – TBD
February 5th – TBD
March 12th – TBD
April 9th – TBD