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December 1, 2007
Fireman's Carnival
unknown venue(s),
Nome, Alaska
This event raises funds for the local volunteer fire department. Enjoy games, bingo, prizes, cake walks, food and more.
Get Details: Call 907-443-2310

December 1, 2007
Cowboy Christmas
Community Park on 5th Street at Crocker,
Templeton, California
From 10am-3pm you can enjoy arts and crafts, refreshments, snow play area for tots, merchant specials, tobaggan run, Santa's arrival by haywagon, vendors, music. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy or non-perishable food items for the Food and Toy Drive.
Find Out More: Call 805-434-1789

December 1, 2007
Santa Parade & Snowfest
Straub Park,
St. Petersburg, Florida
Tobagganing, snow romp for kids, pony rides, ice skating, petting zoo, parade at 10am and more.
Questions? Call 727-525-5950

December 1, 2007
Winter Festival
Tallahassee, Florida
Plans for this 21st year include the Jingle Bell Run, arts and crafts, a food court, parade, entertainment, vendors. General hours are 3-9pm.
Further Information: Call 850-891-3860

December 1, 2007
Jingle Bell Festival
Courthouse Square,
Valdosta, Georgia
Now in its 16th year, the festival offers activities for kids, trolley rides, arts and crafts, food vendors, entertainment, horse drawn carriage rides, visits with Santa, Christmas Parade at 5pm starting at Patterson Street and ending downtown where there are merchant specials and more fun. You can also get in on the Jingle Bell Run (5K, 15K and 1-mile, run at 8am).
Learn More: Call 229-259-3577

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December 1, 2007
Christmas Honey Festival
Throughout town,
Minco, Oklahoma
This 17th year you can enjoy arts and crafts, Antiques Road Show, an afternoon visit from Santa at the Armory, caroling, Tour of Homes, Honey Baking Contest, historical exhibits, cheese samples, kiddie tractor pull, tours of the local honey plant, 5K road run, quilt show, pancake breakfast from 7-10am, festival foods.
Information: Call 405-352-4274 or 405-352-8960

December 1, 2007
Harbor Lights Festival
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Live nativity at the Catholic Church, lighted boat parade, Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive by boat, arts and crafts, horse drawn wagon rides, tree lighting ceremony, caroling. The fun goes from 10am-5:30pm during this 23rd year.
Get The Facts: Call 207-633-2463

December 1, 2007
Chester Greenwood Day
Farmington, Maine
Music, gingerbread house contest, chili cooking contest, Festival of Trees at the Granary Restaurant, wreaths for sale, flag raising ceremony, parade at 11am, local group of brave souls taking their annual dip into Clearwater Lake at 5pm, cake, food drive.
Details: Call 207-776-4215

December 1, 2007
Christmas in Collier
Town Square,
Collierville, Tennessee
Have fun at this 14th year with a Christmas parade the night before the main festival. Then on Saturday events are from 10am-4pm and include a visit from Santa, carriage rides, merchant specials, music, crafts, food and activities for kids.
Further Information: Call 901-853-1666 or 901-854-8307

December 1, 2007
Harbor Lights Festival
Shoreline Blvd. between Lawrence St. and Peoples St.,
Corpus Christi, Texas
Gingerbread Holiday Tree Village, Santa's motorcade at 6:30pm, Children's Parade at 2pm, musical entertainment, laser light show, activity area just for kids, floating stage of entertainment, lighting of the 75-foot AEP tree, illuminated boat parade at 7:45pm, fireworks. This is the event's 26th year.
Questions? Call 361-985-1555

December 1, 2007
Christmas in the Park
Town Center Park,
Kingwood, Texas
Arts and crafts, gingerbread houses, entertainment, merchant specials, activities for kids, food vendors, Christmas tree lighting ceremony, appearance by Santa with photo opportunities. The fun goes from 10am-6:30pm.
Get The Facts: Call 832-594-6969

December 1, 2007
Winter Flake Festival
Centennial Park,
Wenatchee, Washington
Hay rides, games, food vendors, sledding, s'mores, arts and crafts, illuminated parade at 6pm, activities for kids, music, tree lighting ceremony.
Additional Details: Call 509-664-3392

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December 1-2, 2007
Tamale Festival
Miles, Towne, Smurr & Requa Streets,
Indio, California
The festival is near Hwy. 111 and Indio Blvd in downtown, Indio. Parade, 4 stages of entertainment, rock climbing wall, petting zoo, carnival rides and games, giant inflatables for the kids, tamale eating contest, tamale judging contest, food vendors and more. Hours are 10am-6pm.
Details: Call 760-391-4175

December 1-2, 2007
Plaquemines Parish Fair & Orange Festival
Medal of Honor Park on Barriere Rd.,
Belle Chasse, Louisiana
Cajun music, orange eating contest, citrus contest, carnival rides, 5K run/walk, duck calling contest, oyster shucking contest, egg race, orange roll, helicopter rides, orange peeling contest, parade at 9:30am on Sun. (The Fair opens officially on Nov 30.)
Learn More: Call 504-656-7566

December 1-2, 2007
City Greenbelt,
Buda, Texas
Arts and crafts, visits with Mr. & Mrs. Claus, music, raffle of senior quilt, parade Sat. at 10am, festival foods, antiques and collectibles. Hours are 10am-dusk (about 5:30pm).
Questions? Call 512-694-3413

December 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 2007
Sorrento Cheese Christmas in Little Italy
Mulberry Street between Canal & Broome Streets,
New York, New York
Parades on Saturdays, wandering carolers in 19th Century costume, holiday lights and decorations, visits with Santa, merchant specials, tree lighting ceremony, plenty of food.
Get The Facts: Call 800-854-9710

December 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 2007 (Tentative!)
Winter Wonderland
Slater Memorial Park at Newport Ave. & Armistice Blvd.,
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
(Please note that the dates are tentative. Call for specifics!) Caroling, visits and photos with Santa, carousel rides, giant talking snowman, hay rides, train rides, food court, bell ringers, activities for kids and more.
Further Details: Call 401-726-3185 or 401-728-0500 Ext. 251

December 2, 2007
It's A Wonderful Life in Whittemore
"A Walk Along Broad Street"
Whittemore, Iowa
Events begin at about at 3:30pm. There will be carolers, bake sales, live nativity scene, music, freshly roasted chestnuts, library activities, tree lighting ceremony in the evening and more.
Info: Call 515-884-2618

December 2, 2007
Christmas on the Canal
Union Street,
Spencerport, New York
Concerts by local choirs, treet lighting, horse drawn sleigh or carriage rides, candlelight caroling at dush, activities for kids, merchant specials, a visit from Santa and more.
Find Out More: Call 585-352-4771

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Christmas on the Square
Town Square,
Waynesville, Missouri
Food court, carriage rides, hay rides, pony rides, Santa and the Grinch, merchant specials, live nativity scene, arts and crafts.
Additional Details: Call 573-774-6000

December 6-7, 2007
Flushing Community Candlewalk
Flushing, Michigan
Tree lighting ceremony, an open fire on Main Street with roasted chestnuts, Santa's arrival in the Grand Parade, choirs, ice sculptures, gingerbread houses on display, magicians, live reindeer, carriage rides, hay rides. More than 5 miles of city streets will glow with some 19,000 candles. Most activities are between the hours of 6 and 10pm.
Questions? Call 810-859-4141

December 7, 2007
Peoria's Old Town Festival
City Hall Municipal Complex,
Peoria, Arizona
Magicians and other entertainment, hayrides, cookie decorating, high school choral contest, snow play area, food booths (try the roasted almonds), arts and crafts, puppet shows, crafts for kids, a visit from Santa, carolers. The festival fun goes from 5-9pm.
Info: Call 623-773-7564

December 7, 2007
Snowflake Festival
Glazebrook Park on Stamper Lane,
Godfrey, Illinois
This is an old-fashioned event with lights, carolers, hot cocoa, carriage rides, visits with Santa. The festival duration is only 6-8pm, but plan on lots of fun in that time.
Get Details: Call 618-466-1483

December 7, 2007
Living Windows
Monmouth, Illinois
Dozens of downtown windows are filled with living holiday scenes. There are holiday silouettes in second story windows. Enjoy carriage rides, food from vendors, a parade at 6pm with the arrival of Santa. Last year this event was cancelled at the last minute due to a heavy snowfall. Always be sure to double-check that an event is still on before you travel.
Find Out More: Call 309-734-3181

December 7, 2007
Holiday Walk
Madison Street,
Forest Park, Illinois
Live reindeer, merchant specials, caroling, tree lighting ceremony, refreshments, marshmallow roasting, opportunity for photos with Santa (may be on Saturday) at Forest Park National Bank & Trust. Most events are 6-9pm.
Find Out More: Call 708-366-2543

December 7, 2007
Light Up LaGrange
LaGrange, Kentucky
Window decorations, caroling, merchant specials, carriage rides, activities for kids, visits with Santa, Christmas lights turned on at 6pm.
Find Out More: Call 502-269-0126 or 502-222-1650

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December 7-8, 2007
Balboa Park December Nights
Balboa Park museums,
San Diego, California
For a 30th year there is free admission to participating museums from 5-9pm on Friday and Saturday. Not all museums may be open at all times and there may be an additional charge for food, items on sale and special exhibits or other activities. Santa will be on hand at select locations, plus you can enjoy musical entertainment, decorated trees, puppet shows and much more.
Additional Information: Call 619-239-0512

December 7-9, 2007
Christmas on the River
Downtown area,
Chester, Illinois
Commercial and residential decorating contests, tree lighting ceremony, chicken and dumpling supper (4-7:30pm at St. Mary's Catholic School), arts and crafts, quilt show, open houses, music, Holiday Lighted Parade at 7pm on Friday, arrival of Santa, music.
Additional Information: Call 618-826-2721

December 7-9, 2007
Festival of the Bonfires
Lutcher Recreation Park on Louisiana Ave.,
Lutcher, Louisiana
A bonfire on the levee each evening, Breakfast with Santa, 5K run/walk, Million Mutt March, Washerboard Tournament, Santa's Very Merry Forest lighted trees, pageant, carnival, music, Gumbo Cook-Off, Potato Salad Showdown, Bread Pudding Contest, arts and crafts, variety of festival foods.
More: Call 225-869-1717 or 800-367-7852

December 7-9, 2007
Christmas by the Sea
various venues,
Ogunquit, Maine
Back for its 21st year, the festival offers tree lightings, a visit from Santa, merchant specials, chocolate, chowder, activities for kids and more.
Questions? Call 207-646-2939

December 7, 14, 21, 2007
Cornish Christmas
Mill & West Main Streets downtown,
Grass Valley, California
I believe this one actually began Nov. 23 and has events also on Nov. 30. The Grass Valley Cornish Choir will perform, plus there will be cloggers, bell ringers, jugglers and other entertainment. Enjoy arts and crafts and let food vendors tempt you with warm pastries, stew, sausages, roasted chestnuts and other goodies. There will be merchant specials and lots of holiday decorations at businesses Downtown. You can park at the County Fairgrounds and take a free shuttle to the festival if you like.
Further Info: 530-272-8315

December 8, 2007
Christmas on the Coosa
Gold Star Park area,
Wetumpka, Alabama
The event celebrates 24 years in 2007. Enjoy classic cars, activities for kids, arts and crafts, 12 Ks of Christmas Fun Run, quilt show, lighted boat parade on the Coosa River marking Santa's arrival, fireworks display.
Get The Facts: Call 334-567-1313

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Palms and Poinsettias
Ulmer Park,
Largo, Florida
From 3-7pm you can enjoy visits with Santa in the gazebo, craft activities for the kids, music, the lighting of the palm tree and more. You can park free at the County School Board building and there is no admission charge to the festival.
Further Details: Call 727-587-6740 Ext. 5014

December 8, 2007
Calico Christmas
Grantville, Georgia
Breakfast and lunch vendors, storytelling, choral concerts, banquet (reservations required), arts and crafts, make-and-take crafts, parade, stocking design contest, Giant Postcard Contest and Exhibit (cards are actually 4x4 feet pieces of plywood or similar outdoor material). There will also be displays and community information, baking contests, maybe some candlelight caroling in the evening. It's the festival's 3rd year and general hours will be 10am-10pm.
Learn More: Call 620-329-4425

December 8, 2007
Victorian Christmas Festival
Monument Park and Downtown,
Dexter, Michigan
The previous evening you can attend the Christmas tree lighting and a community sing in Monument Park. Enjoy a Holiday Light Parade on Main Street at 4pm, Candy Cane 5K run/walk after the parade, arts and crafts, visits with Santa, music, hot cocoa and cookies, merchant specials, craft demonstrations, carolers. There may be some additional events on Sunday.
Questions? Call 734-426-0887

December 8, 15, 2007
Old Town Country Christmas
Old Town area,
Auburn, California
Entertainment, food vendors, strolling carolers, hayrides, pony rides, arts and crafts, bonfire, merchant specials. Downtown streets glow with lanterns from 5-9pm. Park at the fairgrounds and take the free shuttle to the festival area. It's the event's 21st year.
Additional Information: Call 530-888-1585

December 14, 2007
St. Lucy Festival of Lights
St. Martin d'Tours Church Square,
St. Martinville, Louisiana
Parade down Main Street, light displays, food, arts and crafts, games, entertainment.
Questions? Call 337-298-3556 or 337-394-6021

December 27-29, 2007
Winter Steam Festival
Golden Spike National Historic Site,
(west of) Brigham City, Utah
Here's a bit of a different kind of festival. Dress warmly and come to enjoy a working steam locomotive. If the weather allows, you can ride the handcar or the speed car. Enjoy films and information about historic trains and their role in the U.S. expansion into the West. General festival hours are 9am-5pm.
Get The Facts: Call 435-471-2209 Ext. 29

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Brief, bare-boned last-minute festival listings:

Dec. 1 Christmas in the Park, Union Park & Gault Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama, 256-995-0795 or 256-845-3957
Dec. 1 Star City Holiday Festival, Lincoln, Nebraska, 402-434-6902
Dec. 1 Christmas Festival (11th), Quanah, Texas, 940-663-2222
Dec. 1-2 Carols in the Park, Central Park, Winter Haven, Florida, 863-291-5656
Dec. 1-2 Christmas By The Sea, Manchester, Massachusetts, 978-283-1601
Dec. 1-2 Weihnachten, Fredericksburg, Texas, 830-997-8515 or 888-997-3600
Dec. 2 Holiday Street Festival, Main Street, Ventura, California, 805-654-7830
Dec. 3 Holiday Festival, Newton, Connecticut, 203-426-4874
Dec. 3-15 Holiday Festival, Performing Arts Centre, Selma, Alabama, 334-875-7241 or 800-45-SELMA
Dec. 7-8 December Nights (30th), Balboa Park, San Diego, California, 619-239-0512
Dec. 7-8 Christmas in LeClaire, Downtown, LeClaire, Iowa, 563-322-3911 Ext. 120
Dec. 8 Vine Street Victorian Holiday Showcase, Vine Street between 8th & 21st, Paso Robles, California, 805-238-4103
Dec. 8 Candlelight Sing-Along Tour, 6:30pm,
                   San Juan Mission to San Jaun Batista State Historic Park (cancelled if rain), San Juan Batista, California, 831-623-2454
Dec. 8 "Just One More" Invitational Arts Festival (10th), Ponce de Leon Park, Tallahassee, Florida, 850-980-8727
Dec. 8 Christmas at Moosehead, various venues, Greenville, Maine, 207-695-2702
Dec. 8, 15 Old Town Country Christmas, 5-9pm, Auburn, California, 530-888-1585
Dec. 9 Festival of Lights Holiday Parade, 6:30pm, Downtown, Salem, Oregon, 503-581-4325
Dec. 10 A Christmas Carroll, Downtown, Carrollton, Kentucky, 502-732-8100

Other December 2007 Events You Might Enjoy
Events in this section may also be called festivals but are generally less
multi-dimensional than events in the above category
Dec. 1 APS Electric Light Parade, 7pm, begins at Central Park, Phoenix, Arizona, 602-262-4627
Dec. 1 Lighted Boat Parade, 6:30pm, Marinas, Morro Bay, California, 800-231-0592
Dec. 1 San Jose Super Toy, Comic and Record Show,
                   11am-4pm, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, California, 408-298-1709
Dec. 1 Lehigh Valley Comic Con, 10am-4pm, 4550 Old Packerhouse Rd., Schnecksville, Pennsylvania
Dec. 1-2 Japan Expo 2007, Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, 213-617-0868
Dec. 1-2 Craft Festival, Stephen O' Connell Center, Gainesville, Florida, 352-392-5500
Dec. 1-2 Chimneyville Crafts Festival, Mississippi Trade Mart, Jackson, Mississippi, 601-981-0019
Dec. 1-2 Steel City Con (a.k.a. Pittsburgh Toy, Comic & Childhood Collectibles Show,
                   Expo Mart, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 814-467-1500
Dec. 7-8 SEMO Farm Toy Show, Best Western at 220 Interstate Dr., Sikeston, Missouri, 573-628-3643
Dec. 7-9 Georgia Mineral Society Holiday Show, North Atlanta Trade Center, Norcross, Georgia, 478-935-9345
Dec. 9 Philadelphia Comic Con, Ramada Phildelphia Airport, Essington, Pennsylvania, 856-782-0817
Dec. 15-16 Gun Show, Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Dec. 15-16 Gun Show, Cashman Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, 801-544-9125
Dec. 21-23 Gun Show, Jim Graham Bldg at NC Fairgrounds, Raleigh, North Carolina
Dec. 29, 2007-Jan. 6, 2008 New York National Boat show, Javits Convention Center, New York, New York, 646-423-0230
Dec. 30 King Mango Strut Parade (26th), 2pm, begins at Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, Florida, 305-401-1171

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Once upon a time there was a man with a gentle voice and quiet charm. He made several movies and worked in a TV show playing a character who rode a motorcycle from town to town, touching lives, and singing a little here and there. Then some of us didn't hear much of him for awhile.
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I have a special place in my heart for people who allow themselves to be vulnerable enough to show us their pain. But this isn't about being a victim. It's about using adversity as a stepping stone to new challenges and then helping the rest of us do the same. When he sends me welcome updates of what he's been doing I know he's going to bring me something I can bite into and use in my own daily challenges. Please take time to visit his web site and explore the man who calls himself the Crazy Viking.

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You might like to dress up your front walk for the holidays with some angel luminaries.

Have a look at the Interfaith Calendar for the year 2008.
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