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Ski Loons show set for Aug. 15

The Brainerd Ski Loons perform on Rice Lake in Lum Park.

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The Brainerd Ski Loons perform a show in 2019 on Rice Lake in Lum Park. The group's last two shows of 2021 are set for Aug. 15 and 18. Dispatch file photo

The Brainerd Ski Loons will put on a show at 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15, at Lum Park in Brainerd.

The show will include human ski pyramids, ski jumpers, barefooters and skiers being pulled 360 degrees around the boat.

Concessions will be available, and attendees should bring blankets or lawn chairs.

The show is free and open to the public. The Ski Loons are a nonprofit, and those who wish to support them financially can do so via cash, checks, online donations at www.skiloons.com/donate , via Paypal or via Venmo at Brainerd Ski Loons @SkiLoons.

The Ski Loons’ last show of the year will be at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 18.

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For more information, find the Brainerd Ski Loons on Facebook or on their website www.skiloons.com .

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