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Crosslake Days is coming

Crosslake Days is set to go Sept. 24-26 throughout Crosslake. Last year an estimated 8,000 people attended the three-day festival. Organizers reported they are in full swing preparing events for this year's celebration. o Thursday will feature th...

Crosslake Days is set to go Sept. 24-26 throughout Crosslake.

Last year an estimated 8,000 people attended the three-day festival. Organizers reported they are in full swing preparing events for this year's celebration.

• Thursday will feature the first of three daily clues to help guide people to the missing chili pepper and cash in on a prize package valued at more than $1,000.

• Friday evening the public is invited to enjoy the movie "E.T." outdoors at the Crosslake Recreation Area.

• Saturday more than 25 business vying for trophies in the 29th Annual Chili Cook-off competition between businesses. RiverWood Bank swept the people's choice and judge's choice awards last year.

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New for 2015, a tractor category has been added to the Classic and Custom Car, Truck, Motorcycle Show held in Crosslake Town Square, complete with live entertainment and Maucieri's Food and Beer Garden. Registration forms are available at www.crosslake.com and awards will be given in each category.

Artisans, crafters and flea market wares will be located along County Road 66, and a 2015 souvenir Chili Bead necklace will be available at participating businesses for $5. Look for evening festivities all weekend long at Crosslake establishments offering a variety of musical entertainment.

Go to www.crosslake.com for additional events, details and information.

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