Order Your Calendar Here!

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Celebrate the visit of King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway and honor Bert Enger by purchasing a 2012 Celebration of Enger Tower calendar.

(price includes tax and shipping)

All proceeds from the calendars will benefit the Enger Tower and Park restoration project to restore, rebuild, and revitalize Enger Park amenities.

A special thank you to John Heino Photography and Service Printers for making this calendar possible.


or find the calendars at the following locations


  • Duluth Grill
  • Happy Space in Fitger’s building
  • Fitger’s Bookstore
  • Lake Superior Magazine Gift Shop
  • Evolve Duluth
  • Jitters Coffee and Tea House
  • Takk for Maten
  • Madill Dance Center
  • Gannucci's (previously Italian Village)
  • Duluth Playhouse
  • South Pier Inn
  • Sons of Norway Hall
  • Glenwood Trophy


  • Bergquist Imports


  • Thirsty Pagan
  • Douglas County
  • Historical Society
  • Utopia Salon & Spa

Two Harbors

  • Larsmont Cottages Gift Shop

Welcome to the Enger Park Restoration Website!

Thank you for visiting our site. We hope that here you may find more information about our community project, how to become a sponsor, donate, and help take action in our cause.

This is a defined moment in time in which every person who contributes to the Enger Park project will be able to take pride in what WE have accomplished.
The time is now; the moment is here. We want Enger Park to be the shining beacon upon the hill that will speak to the strength and character of our community. It's amazing what Duluthians can accomplish if we come together for this historic occasion and devote time, energy and resources to breathe new life into Enger Park in 2011.

Enger Park History:

Built in 1939, Enger Tower, a 5 story structure constructed of national Blue Stone taken from this region, stands guard from the top of the Duluth skyline.  Looking out over the Duluth Harbor and the St. Louis Bay, the green beacon mounted at the very top of the western Duluth hillside brings it to 531' above the level of Lake Superior.  (Read more...)

Duluth hosted a re-dedication ceremony for Enger Tower in October with the expected visit from King Harald of Norway.  (Read more...) 

This photo was taken the evening of June 3rd for the Centennial Celebration.

Photo taken by
H. Brian Rauvola, Duluth Photography Institute (www.duluthphotographyinstitute.com)


Check out the MPR article and video on Enger Tower here.

The park will be officially open on June 4th for the the public.

A special THANK YOU to the Rotary Club 25 for their $100,000 donation and the Rotary Club 25 will be celebrating their centennial celebration with the lighting of Enger Tower on June 3rd.

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Site designed and donated by Ryan Micke of RPM Website Design.