House of Hearts coming up this weekend, with Thursday night dinner open to the public

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After a break during COVID, the House of Hearts celebrity bonspiel is roaring back to the Duluth Curling Club.

The focus is raising money for Project Joy, which fights childhood hunger across the Northland. “We are announcing a brand new way to help kids at the Thursday night event,” shared Deb Roach, a volunteer with Project Joy.

For the first time, the public can mingle with all the celebrity skips from around the world at the opening night event on Thursday.

“We’ve been waiting years to see these curling friends again,” shared Laura Plys, founder of Project Joy.

She started the fundraising efforts in honor of her late husband, Duluth Hall of Famer Patrick Plys.

The Thursday night fun is going to be at the Clyde Malting Building. Doors open at 4:30pm, and there will be all kinds of fundraising activities like a silent auction and more.

You’re also encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item or clothing item for teens, to be entered into a drawing for a Project Joy prize pack.

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The bonspiel itself is Friday and Saturday.