Arts in the Park
Natalie Schmidt and Anna Lakin battle it out as thieves during a Shakespeare performance for Arts in the Park June 23....Read More
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Forest Lake Arts in the Park kids and family night on July 7 will feature entertainment by The Dance Factory, The August Blues Band, and Randy “The Frog Guy” Korb. The latter will be a special treat as kids will have the opportunity to get hands-on with tiger salamanders, spotted salamanders, bl...Read More
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The Roe Family singers were the featured musical act at the kick-off to the Forest Lake Arts in the Park June 9 at Lakeside Park. The event featured fresh produce, crafts, and other goods from local sellers as well as a variety of food trucks. The market opens at 5 p.m. and the entertainment begins ...Read More
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Volunteers handed out free corn during Forest Lake’s last Arts in the Park event of 2014 in Lakeside Park on Aug. 26. Shoppers walked the park’s sidewalks looking for hand-crafted wares and locally-grown produce....Read More
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    Hungry corn-eaters found their way to Lakeside Memorial Park to enjoy the tasty Gilbertson Farms sweet corn at the free corn feed on Tuesday, Aug. 27. Above: Ryan Norstrem, 7, and Emma, 10, of Wyoming, showed their style for eating corn. Below: Kyle and Dawn Marsh of Columbus took in...Read More
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The music will start at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 13 when AlphaBits performs familiar kid tunes and original songs with singing, dancing, clapping and hopping. At 7 p.m., the Wax Tones (pictured) will recreate sounds from 1960s Top 40 radio. Arts in the Park concerts, craft fair and farmers market are...Read More
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Croix Daddy will perform at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 6, in the gazebo at Lakeside Park. The three-piece ensemble of Bob Higgins, Aaron Rupar and Johnnie Mann delivers energetic, straight-up versions of country, rock and pop songs.  ...Read More
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