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  1. Household hazardous waste collection in Forest Lake

    September 7, 2019, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Forest Lake Transit Center

    Satellite collections bring the services offered at the Washington County Environmental Center closer to residents, making it more convenient and practical for them to recycle and dispose their household hazardous waste and electronics.

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Parks

  1. Nooks & Crannies Tour

    September 7, 2019, All Day @ Historic Courthouse

    Explore the areas of the Historic Courthouse that are typically closed off to the public, including the basement, dome, and step inside the 1870's jail that housed women and juveniles! The history exhibits will be open for viewing at your own pace. Nooks & Crannies tours are held on the first Saturday of the month, May through October. This tour is not handicap accessible and will require bending, stepping over/under low-hanging objects, stair climbing, and walking on uneven floor surfaces. $10 per person Ages 8 and older. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Reserve online or call 651-275-7075. Walk-ins welcome based on availability. Reservations are nonrefundable within 14 days of the program date. Proceeds benefit the Historic Courthouse Restoration Fund.

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  2. 18th Annual Bluegrass Festival

    September 7, 2019, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Lake Elmo Park Reserve

    The annual Washington County Bluegrass Festival fuses community, the great outdoors, and homegrown bluegrass music. It's our way of celebrating a successful summer season and giving thanks to everyone for supporting Washington County Parks. The festival backdrop is beautiful Lake Elmo Park Reserve, a 2,165-acre parkland, 30 miles east of the Twin Cities metro area. As a park reserve, 80% of the parks total land will be restored to pre-settlement, native vegetation. It's a great place to recreate, camp, and enjoy nature.

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