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Nisswa Area Historical Society to present Historic Hauntings Oct. 22

Non-scary event offers games, prizes, balloons and a tour of the historical society grounds

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NISSWA — The Nisswa Area Historical Society will present Historic Hauntings from 6-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Nisswa Pioneer Village for kids ages 12 and younger.

A minimum donation of $3 each is requested, with proceeds going to the historical society.

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This non-scary event will offer games, candy, prizes, balloons, crafts and a tour of the schoolhouse where people can ring the bell.

The Nisswa Black Bear and Pequot Lakes Eagles 4-H clubs partnered to sponsor and run the event.

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