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Crosslake Area Historical Society's Cider & Candlelight Tour set Sept. 24

The event will allow those in attendance to see the 1900s village by the light of lanterns

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Event goers take part in a wagon ride at the 2021 Cider & Candlelight Tour.
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CROSSLAKE — The Crosslake Area Historical Society’s Cider & Candlelight Tour is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Historic Log Village.

The event will allow those in attendance to see the 1900s village by the light of lanterns, go on wagon rides and enjoy cider, root beer and “fall goodies” that will be provided.

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Event goers are encouraged to sing a song or tell a story during Open Mic on the Porch, with guest Kale Jones.

The event is free, but donations are requested.

This event is being held during Crosslake Days.

Related Topics: CROSSLAKE AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETYCROSSLAKEEVENTSCROSSLAKE DAYS
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