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Agate Days & Art in the Park


Home of the largest Lake Superior Agate!

Agate Days scheduled for July 17 - 18, 2021

We are very excited to announce that we Agate Days 2021 is back. See below for more information on the Gem and Mineral Show, Art in the Park, Annual Steak Fry and updates about the stampede. 

Please note activities and events could change due to changing guidelines set by the state of Minnesota for COVID - 19.


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Moose Lake


Go to their website for more information on this fun event this year:

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Our New Adventures is hosting the Farmer's Market on Saturday, July 17th and Agate Days Craft and Vendor Event from 10-am-3pm

Agate Days Celebration

Agate Days is one of the great summer event weekends sponsored by the Moose Lake Area Chamber of Commerce each year. Enjoy the following events this weekend:

-Agate and Gem Show at Riverside Arena Saturday (9am-5pm) and Sunday (9am-3pm)

-Art in the Park at Moose Lake City Park on Saturday (9am-5pm)

-Pancake breakfast hosted by Moose Lake Covenant Church at Moose Lake City Park on Saturday (7:30am-10am). $6 to help with Alaska Missions.

- Annual Steak Fry at the Moose Lake Area Fire Hall on Saturday (starting at 4pm)

-Farmers Market and Agate Days Craft and Vendor Event on Saturday at Our New Adventures (10am-3pm)

-Agate and Geological Interpretive Center at Moose Lake State Park is free entry Saturday and Sunday

Gem & Mineral Show

FREE Admission

Riverside Arena-Earl Ellens Drive, Moose Lake

Sat. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sun. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


will not occur for the 2021 event. Because so many people attend the stampede and because of the tight crowds the decision was made to cancel for one more year. Safety is our top priority and it was agreed that having the stampede with so many people together would not be safe for our volunteers and community. We hope to have it back in 2022!

400 lbs. of Agates & $400 in quarters from local donors are added to a truck full of gravel and spread on Elm Avenue for a wild scramble of Finders-Keepers.

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