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Old Wadena Rendezvous
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Arvid Williams, Draven Lane and Jim Wistler practice the bow and arrow.
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Olivia and Clara Neal help build a birdhouse, which was one of the kids' activities at Old Wadena Rendezvous.
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Mike and Diane Hoffmann re-enact the work of an 1840s blacksmith.
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Linda Breitag interacts with the audience in call and response with French-Canadian songs, accompanied by her guitar-playing husband Ray Makeever.
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Canoeing is one of the things to do at the Old Wadena Park.
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The Clockwork Clown, Emerald Kelley, imitates walking on a tightrope.
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Rin Porter demonstrates the spinning wheel under a tent.
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Father and son act Tim and Myles Thompson perform jazz and folk music.
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