The 80 foot tall Enger Tower (honoring West End furniture dealer Bert Enger) has rested atop “Grand Mountain” at an elevation of over 1100 feet since 1939. In 1954, a Duluthian discovered a large Buddhist bell among war materials slated for meltdown. A UMD professor traced the identity of that bell and it was returned to Ohara, Japan as an act of friendship. In 2010, that city—now a sister city of Duluth—erected a replica named the American-Japanese Peace Bell in Enger Park. Lake Superior Freethinkers has reserved outdoor tables at this historic site from 5:30 pm on Wednesday, September 16th. Please bring your own dinner and beverage to enjoy along with the view and the companionship of our typical Third Wednesday Social.