Crazy Days entertain in multiple ways

Crazy Days returned to Park Rapids, with sidewalk sales, a pet parade and live entertainment.

The Hubbard County Mounted Posse joined the annual pet parade at Crazy Days 2021.

The two-day event kicked off with a pet parade Thursday morning. All participants were awarded prize drawings – gifts from downtown businesses.

Christy Lilleodden took the day off so she and her rescue dog, Pebbles, could participate in the pet parade on July 21, 2021.

The Park Rapids Downtown Business Association and Friends of the Library sponsored free magic shows, held in Pioneer Park.

Music coursed through the streets all day, thanks to Smoke Stack, a five-member drum group from Pine Point, and 2nd Street Stage’s outdoor concert featuring .Rich Mattson and the Northstars.


The bargains continued into Friday, July 23.

Shannon Geisen is editor of the Park Rapids Enterprise.
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