The Crow Wing County 4-H Ambassadors will have their 10th annual haunted house from 6-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Crow Wing County Fairgrounds.
This year's theme is haunted carnival.
The haunted house is scary and not appropriate for small children. Games for the younger children will be in a separate building as in previous years. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission is $1 or a non-perishable food item. With that admission people will receive a $1 coupon to be used at Cold Stone Creamery in Baxter.
A grant from Youth As Resources of Brainerd helped to make the event possible along with financial support from the Crow Wing County 4-H Ambassadors. Other contributors include Dale Domrase, general manager of the Crow Wing County Fair, Pepsi-Cola of Brainerd-Wadena, Brainerd Lakes Sewer Service, Lakes Area Law Enforcement and Cold Stone Creamery.
Program about nuclear energy set at library
Consulting geologist Rolf Westgard will present the program, "Sense and Nonsense about Nuclear Energy," at 5:15 p.m. Friday at the Brainerd Public Library.
After reviewing the basics of nuclear physics, Westgard will cover the coming increase in nuclear power plants throughout the world, why nuclear waste can be managed and a comparison of the North Korean and Iranian nuclear programs.
Each person attending will receive a multi-page syllabus with an outline of the presentation. There is no charge for the program.
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