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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.
The summer season consists of three shows at the theater in downtown Willmar, Minnesota.
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.
The team is now in its 14th season, and will offer once again a full schedule of nights at the ballpark to residents of and visitors to west central Minnesota.
The Little Theatre, operated by the Crow River Players, provides space for artists of all sorts and backgrounds to showcase their talents โ€” from music to art to theater.
There are multiple county historical societies and museums for people to visit, where they will learn all about the varied history of the region.
There are more than 40 historic site markers located across Kandiyohi County, first installed by the Kandiyohi County Historical Society in the 1960s.
Don't hesitate to get take a walk, go on a run, or compete in a foot race with friends this summer. Sign up for a race โ€” or walk โ€” and invite a friend or two.