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Early Childhood Fall Festival set Oct. 28 in Breezy Point

Those interested should register by Friday, Oct. 21

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BREEZY POINT — Pequot Lakes Early Childhood Family Education invites the public to its Fall Festival from 6-7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, at Eagle View Elementary School.

The festival featuring pizza, games and activities is open to families with children birth to 5 years old. Older siblings are welcome as well.

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The cost to attend is $5 per person.

Register by Friday, Oct. 21, by visiting www.isd186.org and look under "schools/early childhood" or by calling 218-562-7520 to reserve a spot.

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