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Splash pad set to open May 26

Events include a DJ, a bubble party and a raffle with multiple food vendors.

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Memorial Park may be found at 1700 Mill Ave. in Brainerd.
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BRAINERD — A grand opening celebration for Brainerd’s new splash pad is set for 3:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 26, at Memorial Park.

Events include a DJ, a bubble party and a raffle. Food will be available from vendors including Pit Happens Catering, All Fried Up Food Truck, Neighborhood Ice Cream, Sweet & Dandy Cotton Candy & Lemonade, and other local homemade sweet treats.

Other vendors include WonderTek Children’s Museum, Northern Lakes Rescue, UpNorth Indoor Bounce House and other local crafters and nonprofits.

The splash pad will be running as long as kids are around to enjoy the water. Memorial Park is on the city's northeast side at 1700 Mill Ave. in Brainerd.

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