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CROSSLAKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The 48th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration in Crosslake starts at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 19. The popular observance of the Irish-themed holiday resumes after a two-year hiatus in the Brainerd lakes area due to COVID-19.
The Crosslake Chamber of Commerce will host the Crosslake WinterFest from Feb. 3-5, including the SoupFest, fireworks display and outdoor activities such as snowmobile Radar Runs.
Small businesses have absolutely earned the right to demand clarity, and they need time to prepare. This includes hiring employees, securing inventory, preparing facilities, and planning their own events. It is not fair to keep them in limbo any longer.
The Crosslake St. Patrick’s Shenanigans takes place March 12 and 13. The festivities will include a Yardi Pardi business and residence decorating contest, and a prize-winning contest around town modeled after the reality TV series “The Amazing Race.”

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