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Don't miss new attractions at the fair

New attractions at the fair include the Luminarium, the Mr. Bubble Foam pit and an surprising display by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
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New attractions at the fair are attracting kids and adults like the Mr. Bubble Foam Pit located at Wright Avenue and Cooper Street, WCCO-TV says. A fan blowing millions of bubbles creates an inviting pool full of good clean fun.

Another new attraction is the Luminarium, according to KARE 11. Located at Cooper and Murphy Avenues, The 11,000 square foot inflatable structure full of tunnels and soaring peaks is lit up in a dazzling array of colors. Admission is four dollars

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is sending a message in a bottle. The Star Tribune says a 40-foot tunnel of discarded plastic bottles aims to demonstrate the importance of recycling.

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