Shopping locally like ‘crazy’

Citywide Crazy Days sales enticed shoppers to Park Rapids on Thursday and Friday, July 28-29.

Bargain hunters take advantage of Crazy Days sales in Park Rapids on Thursday and Friday, July 28-29.
Shannon Geisen / Park Rapids Enterprise
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Citywide sales enticed shoppers to Park Rapids on Thursday and Friday.

The annual Crazy Days event was not limited to downtown businesses this year; instead, it stretched to some shops along State Hwy. 34 shops.

Many shops offer steep discounts, like Rust 2 Roses.
Shannon Geisen / Park Rapids Enterprise

Bargains were offered both on sidewalks and inside the stores.

The Park Rapids Downtown Business Association, Park Rapids Area Library and Friends of the Library sponsored “Mixed Nuts,” a free show for kids, in Pioneer Park.

Lori and Mark Hurley from A Touch of Magic Entertainment entertained youngsters with family-friendly shenanigans in Pioneer Park.
Shannon Geisen / Park Rapids Enterprise

Thursday evening concluded with The Limns, a reggae/funk band, performing on 2nd Street Stage.


"All of our races said it was one of the funnest races that they’ve done," said Cor Powersports owner Todd Myers.

Shannon Geisen is editor of the Park Rapids Enterprise.
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