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SUMMER FUN - OUTDOORS

The 150-mile race begins Friday afternoon, June 9, 2023, at Lum Park.
Anglers can fish without a license that weekend while teaching children to fish
Threshing shows and old machinery are featured at Heritage Hill, Hanley Falls, Atwater and Forest City, with a Summer Rendezvous also taking place at the Forest City Stockade during the threshers show.
Little Crow Ski opened its summer season Friday at Neer Park. The team will perform through the end of August, 2023.

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Gov. Tim Walz signed legislation allowing two lines during open water season on Minnesota River downstream of the Granite Falls dam to Pool 2 in the Mississippi River.
Volunteers can choose one or more lakes on which to count the number of adult and juvenile loons. They will then report these observations to the DNR for data analysis.
Outside of the no-registration riding weekend, Minnesotans need to pay $60 for a three-year registration to ride the stateโ€™s ATV trails.
From powwows to art crawls to church services, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Area off-roading parks are perfect for any thrillseeker looking to kick up some dirt and get muddy.
From lady's slippers to old-growth Norway pines, these are the Top 10 things to see and do at the park in June and July.

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Sibley State Park teaches children fishing basics on Lake Andrew over Memorial Day weekend on Saturday, May 27, 2023.
There is certainly no shortage of courses to choose from for golf enthusiasts in the Willmar area. From a resort setting to the come-as-you-are backdrop, 22 golf courses in the West Central Tribune area offer a myriad of fairways, bunkers and scenic backgrounds.
Bicycling is a low-cost way to meet up and exercise at the same time. With trails available throughout west central Minnesota, and several biking events slated for June through August, you can take a ride in your neighborhood, join a group or raise money for a cause.

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