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The festivities get underway Thursday night, Sept. 22, with the Lil’ Miss Pumpkin Fest Pageant at 7 p.m. in the Lake Park-Audubon High School Theatre.
The annual Fall Festival at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge is set for this Sunday, Sept. 25. This year's theme is photography, with a variety of workshops, activity stations and tours focused on taking photos that highlight Tamarac's natural beauty.
The United Way invites the communities of Becker County to come to the Detroit Lakes Pavilion this Thursday, Sept. 22 for its 17th Annual Community Celebration, which runs from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
It's the final days of Becker County's Richwood Winery: The 12-year-old business is set to close its doors for good with a sendoff party on Sept. 24. But before that happens, the winery still has a few festivities left to host — chief among them the "Last Great Grape Stomp" on Saturday, Sept. 10.
The tiny eastern Becker County community of Snellman is gearing up for its end-of-summer celebration once again: Snellman Days will take place this Saturday, Sept. 3, with bingo, rock painting and even a mayoral "election" — where candidates can literally buy votes for $1 each.
The Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion (WMSTR) returns to Rollag, Minn., on Friday, Sept. 2, and concludes on Labor Day Monday, Sept. 5. Hundreds of exhibits and demonstrations, from steam threshing to blacksmithing to horse-drawn plows, are on offer during the event's four-day run, sprawled out over 210 acres of Minnesota farmland.

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A nice crowd turned out on Saturday, Aug. 20 to help the village of Wolf Lake celebrate its 39th Annual Harvest Festival.
Hundreds attended Pioneer Fest in Perham on Aug. 13 and were treated to steam engines, a threshing demonstration and nearly 100 entries in the event's antique tractor pull.
The community of Wolf Lake will host its 39th annual Harvest Festival this coming weekend, Aug. 19-20, with events including a parade, mud run, obstacle course and bean bag tournament.

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