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Pine River celebrates its heritage

The Lindquist children of Pine River, Adam 4, Cora 6 and Maren 8, take in the wonders of the fur trader shop at the Encampment during Pine River Heritage Days Saturday, Sept. 8.1 / 9
Shirley Hovey greets friends at the Tea At The Station, Sept. 6.2 / 9
The Saturday Sept. 8 Encampment during Pine River Heritage Days again had popular demonstrations by weavers and ropemakers.3 / 9
Miss Pine River Ellie Smith continued the tradition of serving tea at the annual Tea At the Station event, Sept. 6.4 / 9
As usual, attendees at the Sept. 6 Tea at the Station were bedecked in classic regalia in honor of Pine River's past.5 / 9
Attendees of the annual Pine River Heritage Days Quilt Show at the United Methodist Church Sept. 8 look carefully at stitching.6 / 9
Hungry young men sit in the grass to enjoy the annual Hobo Stew at Forbes Park in Pine River on Saturday, Sept. 8.7 / 9
Ardee Amundson of Nimrod looks at unique fish scales at a small shop during the Pine River Heritage Days Encampment on Saturday, Sept. 8.8 / 9
Shari Neutz and Sue Schubert of Merrifield look closely at a quilt stitched with prayers and biblical verses.9 / 9

Pine River heritage was on display Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 6-9, when the community hosted several of its most popular traditions.

There was something for everyone in town during the annual Heritage Days events. If tea is your thing, Tea at the Station was Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Pine River Depot. If pioneer living is your thing, the 1830s encampment at Forbes Park had a lot to offer Friday and Saturday, Sept. 7-8. If you are a crafter, the annual United Methodist Church Quilt Show had a plethora of designs on display. For those who like free lunch, the hobo stew Saturday, Sept. 8, at Forbes Park was sponsored by the Pine River State Bank, New Worth Asset Management and Cass Company Insurance.

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