Romance is alive at The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast and during the month of February we are celebrating “love”. Imagine a glowing fireplace, featherbed, Jacuzzi whirlpools for two with lots of mineral bubble bath, a glass of wine, fresh red roses, and chocolate being the perfect setting for your romantic getaway.
During the month of February when you reserve your two-night stay, we will deliver chocolate covered strawberries to your suite. Mention the “chocolate strawberries special” when making your reservation online or on the telephone.
There is so much to enjoy in Duluth, Minnesota during your winter getaway. Not only Valentine’s Day, but theatre, outdoor activities, garden talks, and more are taking place. Here’s just a sample of some of the attractions and events happening in Duluth in February 2010.
Thinking about gardening? On February 4th at the Fairlawn Mansion in Superior, WI a Winter Series Garden Talks is presented and titled “Gone to Pot”. Carrie Larson, a representative for Proven Winners brand of annuals and perennials, will talk about the art and science of successful container gardening. Learn how to select plants which have similar soil, light and care needs and look great together. She will also talk about new annual and perennial introductions for 2010. Cost is $15 in advance. www.superiorpublicmuseums.org
The Renegade Comedy Theatre presents “The Sparrow” on February 4-6, February 11-13, and February 18-20, 2010. Direct from Chicago comes this jaw-dropping original production by The House Theatre. It is a stirring, heart-wrenching original tale of an ordinary town coming to grips with an extraordinary girl. The production is held at Teatro Zuccone, 222 East Superior Street in downtown Duluth. We just attended a “Ladies We Love” singer/songwriter show last night at Teatro Zuccone which was a great experience. www.renegadecomedytheatre.com
The historic Glensheen Mansion is offering a Valentine candlelit Dinner in their charming Winter Garden with an abbreviated tour. The price is $62 per person and begins at 6:00 p.m. on February 13 and 14th. www.glensheen.org
There is plenty of snow for snowshoeing, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and outdoor activities. The Duluth restaurants are top notch for dining while you are in Duluth. We are happy to help with recommendations for planning your getaway and will make reservations for you along with scheduling special packages during your stay.
Don’t let February go by without spending time with the one you love! Let the warmth of the Firelight surround you!
Joy and Jim Fischer, Innkeepers/Owners
Celebrating 100 years of history in 2010