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ALBERT LEA, MN -- The party is back underway in Albert Lea.
"Wind Down Wednesday on Broadway" is officially under way.
Today marks the first time the event has been held this summer.
From vendors to entertainment, it gives folks a chance to relax and enjoy all sorts of different family fun entertainment.
"It's from 11-8. So it gives everyone a chance to come out at a particular time," Albert Lea Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Susie Petersen said. "Because we have a lot of entertainment going all day, food and the artisans are just incredible. It's just fun."
Now, because of the Streetscape Project, tonight's event is at Central Park in Albert Lea.
For more information on the event, you can visit: http://winddownwednesday.com/
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