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Nealna Gylling puts garnish on smørrebrød (Danish open-faced sandwichs) that she and others made Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church for the Heartland District Danish Sisterhood Convention being held this weekend. (Gallery and Video) For more photos go to https://goo.gl/EenF9x
During Roundhouse Brewery's Oktoberfest kick-off festivities Brainerd Mayor Ed Menk (left) and Roundhouse co-owner and president Mark Lelwica raise their glasses for a German toast Thursday where local leaders helped tap Roundhouse's "Der Zug" Oktoberfest beer, which is German for the train. Also among those in attendance were Brainerd Lakes Chamber President Matt Kilian, Brainerd City Council President Gary Scheeler and Brainerd Fire Chief Tim Holmes. It's a German tradition to invite local dignitaries to Oktoberfest and in Munich to have the mayor tap the first keg.
Photos of people enjoying the Nisswa Fall Festival and Smokin' Hot BBQ Challenge. For more photos go to https://goo.gl/YHDvM4
A rainbow launches through the sky after a burst of rain Friday in Brainerd.
Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch Mark LeVasseur watches the sunset from a dock Wednesday at the Gull Lake Recreation Area by the Gull Lake Dam.
Fall color becomes evident on a maple tree Wednesday on Round Lake near Nisswa. Flowers bloom Wednesday along Stony Brook at Fritz Loven Park in Lake Shore.
Brian Soma rides a Yamaha personal watercraft to a public access on Round Lake near Nisswa.
Jeremy Anderson with dog Gabby (front), Samantha Kloss with dog Mikko and others participate in the second annual Doggie Dash 5k and 10k for Heartland Animal Rescue Team Saturday starting at Whipple Beach Recreational Area.
Gary Sjolquist carries a Paul Bunyan baton Saturday for the Trail-in-a-Day event along the Paul Bunyan Trail. The Paul Bunyan baton started out at Crow Wing State Park while a Babe the Blue Ox baton started at Lake Bemidji State Park with the two batons meeting midway in Hackensack.
People stand as the colors are presented by the Brainerd American Legion Post No. 255 Sunday during a Sept. 11 remembrance event at Gregory Park in Brainerd.