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Happy Dancing Turtle and Hunt Utilities Group to host Business After Hours on July 26 in Pine River

A live video interview will be at 5:20 p.m. for those who can't make it.

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PINE RIVER — A Business After Hours event of the Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce will take place from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, hosted by Happy Dancing Turtle/Hunt Utilities Group in Pine River.

The free event is open to the public as well as chamber members and will feature tours, networking, door prizes and food and beverages.

Brainerd Lakes Chamber President Matt Kilian will interview HDT Executive Director Quinn Swanson and HUG President Ryan Hunt.

Hunt Utilities Group is an engineering design corporation based in Pine River, dedicated to promoting resilient living through proven engineering design and innovative research.

Also located on the HUG Resilient Living Campus, Happy Dancing Turtle is a nonprofit dedicated to growing good stewards of the planet by providing education, programs and experiences for youth and adults that inspire wonder and empower change.

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During Business After Hours, meet staff from both organizations and learn about their work. Tour the Resilient Living Campus to learn from the demonstration garden and hoop houses, straw bale and cob construction and passive solar heat in the Old Main building and several types of industrial innovations and high efficiency construction in the Manifesting Shop.

Advanced registration is requested. Registrations may be made at:
https://business.brainerdlakeschamber.com/events/Details/business-after-hours-hunt-utilities group-happy-dancing-turtle-548241?sourceTypeId=Website or by calling 218-829-2838.

Find a Facebook Live video interview with the host at 5:20 p.m. at https://www.facebook.com/BrainerdLakesChamber.

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