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Grand Marais, MN- A historic blacksmith shop opens in Grand Marais Friday, Sept. 17. Visitors can take a tour through time. Bally Blacksmith and Metal Shop is 110 years old and now serves the Cook County Historical Society. The tours will feature up-close visuals of old rivet work techniques, dogsled repairs, horseshoeing and steamship detailing. The shop also has displays of old tools and vehicles.

International Falls, MN- Astrology enthusiasts will have one last chance to check out Voyageurs National Park's night sky program, led by a park ranger discussing the details of what lies beyond the sky. The event takes place Tuesday night at the Rainy Lake Visitor Center and Friday night at Kabetogama Lake Visitor Center; both programs kicking off at 9:30 p.m.

Duluth, MN- The Duluth News Tribune and Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce are partnering to offer citizens the opportunity to meet candidates running for important positions in the local office. The candidate forums are scheduled for Sept. 14, 16, 17 and 21, featuring the candidates for School Board District 1, City Council at Large, and City Council Districts two and four. For more information, click here.

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