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Hundreds of cyclists take part in the Salsa Oremageddon Saturday starting at the Pennington Entry Point and Rally Center in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery For more photos go to https://goo.gl/L08GJb
Photos from the Brainerd Warriors Homecoming Parade and fans at the game against Alexandria. For more photos of the parade go to https://goo.gl/Q2UsXb For more photos of the game go to https://goo.gl/gCYFkl
Hunter Bumpus leaps into a pile of leaves as Jack Lusti holds the jumping board Thursday in Brainerd. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery For more photos go to https://goo.gl/VlEMN1
A chipmunk stuffs its cheeks full with crabapples at Northland Arboretum in Baxter. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch
Photos and video from Takedown Gym's Amazing Race Saturday at the Brainerd High School. The race had a variety of obstacles throughout the school grounds and was part of the start of Warriors Homecoming week festivities. Proceeds from the event go to the Alzheimer's Association. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video For more photos go to https://goo.gl/LhhK3x
At halftime of the Brainerd Warriors football game against Moorhead, students entertained the crowd with a game called knockerball or bubble soccer.
Annette Ross (right) explains to family members how an oil lantern works Saturday during the annual Cider and Candlelight Tour at the Crosslake Historic Log Village. (Gallery and Video) A horse-drawn wagon by Action Entertainment takes people on rides Saturday during the annual Cider and Candlelight Tour at the Crosslake Historic Log Village. (Gallery and Video) For more photos go to https://goo.gl/H1bMWM
Photos from the Hackensack Chainsaw Event and the Timberworks Lumber Jack and Jill Show. For more photos go to https://goo.gl/2ucvL4
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.