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December 3-4, 2009
Flushing Community Candlewalk
Flushing, Michigan
Home and business decorating contests, gingerbread house competition with houses on display, horse-drawn wagon or carriage rides, refreshments such as roasted chestnuts and hot chocolate, ice carvings, 8-foot by 16-foot model train layout at the Museum, live reindeer, music, tree lighting ceremony, choirs, magicians, parade. More than 5 miles of city streets will glow with the light from more than 10,000 candles.
Get details: Call 810-859-4141

December 4, 2009
Peoria's Old Town Festival
City Hall Municipal Complex,
Peoria, Arizona
High school choral competition, roasted almonds and kettle corn from food vendors, Santa's arrival, arts and crafts, carolers, cookie decorating, magicians and other entertainers, more than 20 tons of snow in play area. The fun goes from 5-9pm.
Learn More: Call 623-773-7564

December 4, 2009
Snowflake Festival
Glazebrook Park on Stamper Lane,
Godfrey, Illinois
This is a short one, but they pack a lot of fun into the hours of 6-8pm. Enjoy hot cocoa and cookies, choirs and caroling, wagon rides, carriage rides, visits with Santa and more.
Questions? Call 618-466-1483

December 4, 2009
Holiday Walk
Madison Street,
Forest Park, Illinois
Check out the live window displays and vote for your favorites. There will also be face painting, caroling, refreshments, merchant specials, marshmallow roasting, photos and visits with Santa, horse-drawn sleigh rides. Most events are 6-9pm.
Further Information: Call 708-366-2543

December 4, 2009
Light Up LaGrange
Downtown on Historic Main,
LaGrange, Kentucky
Window decorations downtown, carolers, visits with Santa, carriage rides, merchant specials, activities for kids.
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December 4-5, 2009
Balbo Park December Nights
Balboa Park musuems,
San Diego, California
Music and dance entertainment, international choirs, bell ringers, free water saving kits, holiday lights, Santa Lucia procession, photos with The Grinch, Santa on hand for visits and photos, cider (plus alcoholic beverges for the grown-ups), Seaworld animal guests, international foods, items for sale. If you are a SDG & E customer (bring a bill or ID with address) you can exchange up to 3 strands of old-style holiday lights for more energy-efficient ones. Festival hours are 5-10pm on Friday and noon-10pm on Saturday. It's the 32nd year for this one.
Details: Call 619-239-0512

December 4-6, 2009
Christmas on the River
Downtown area,
Chester, Illinois
Holiday lighted parade (beginning at Chester High School) at 7pm on Friday, open houses, music, crafts, quilt show, tree lighting.
Questions? Call 618-826-4187 or 618-826-4311

December 4-6, 2009
Plaquemines Parish Fair & Orange Festival
Medal of Honor Park on Barriere Road,
Belle Chasse, Louisiana
Plans were still forming at this writing, but expect activities such as a carnival beginning on Friday with other events joining in the next day. Enjoy arts and crafts, orange peeling contest, music, fun run, festival merchandise, food and more. General hours are 5-9pm on Friday, 10am-9pm on Saturday and 1oam-6pm on Sunday. Admission is free to those age 3 and younger.
More: Call 504-656-7599

December 4, 11, 18, 2009
Cornish Christmas
Mill & West Main Streets downtown,
Grass Valley, California
This event actually began in November, but continues the Friday nights before Christmas in December. There will be cloggers, jugglers, bell ringers, singers and other musicians on hand, plus jugglers, cloggers, food and drink vendors, holiday decorations, merchant specials, arts and crafts. The event goes from 6-9pm each Friday. Streets are closed to vehicle traffic during the evening.
Further Info: Call 530-272-8315

December 5, 2009
Fireman's Carnival
Nome Rec Center,
Nome, Alaska
This event is a fundraiser for the local fire department and includes fun such as cake walks, prizes, festival foods, bingo and other activities. General hours are 7pm-midnight.
Details: Call 907-443-2310

December 5, 2009
Cowboy Christmas
Community Park on 5th Street at Crocker,
Templeton, California
Craft Faire, toboggan run, Santa's arrival about 11am, candy canes handed out by Santa and Mrs. Claus, snow play area for kids, decorations at shops, vendors, music, refreshments, merchant specials. The fun goes from 9:30am-3pm. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy or a non-perishable food item for the local food and toy drive.
Learn More: Call 805-434-2099

December 5, 2009
Santa Parade and Snowfest
Straub Park,
St. Petersburg, Florida
Rock climbing wall, night lighted boat parade, morning parade, toboggan sliding, snow romp for the kids, petting zoo, ice skating, arts and crafts.
Questions? Call 727-893-7441

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December 5, 2009
Courthouse Square,
Valdosta, Georgia
The general fun goes from 10am-5pm. Enjoy visits with Santa, arts and crafts, food vendors, activities for kids, merchant specials, fun run and more. You can pre-order a copy of the Sesquicentennial cookbook called "Still Cookin' After 150 Years". This festival was formerly called Jingle Bell Festival.
Further Details: Call 229-259-3548

December 5, 2009
Harbor Lights Festival
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Plans for this 25th year include Mr. & Mrs. Claus arriving by boat, arts and crafts, lighted boat parade, caroling, tree lighting ceremony and a live nativity at the local Catholic Church.
Additional Facts: Call 207-633-2353

December 5, 2009
Chester Greenwood Day
Farmington, Maine
Chili cooking contest, parade at 11am, Festival of Trees at the Granary Restaurant plus auctioning of the trees, Polar Bear Club dip into Clearwater Lake at 3pm, fresh wreath sales. Chester Greenwood bears the distinction of being considered the inventor of the ear muff.
Questions? Call 207-778-4215

December 5, 2009
Christmas Honey Festival
Throughout town,
Minco, Oklahoma
Honey for sale, Tour of Homes, Santa visits at the gazebo in Veteran's Park, dairy food samples, Ross Honey Plant tours, quilt show, Honey Baking Contest, arts and crafts, historical exhibits, kiddie tractor pull, pancake breakfast from 7-10am at the First United Methodist Church. It's the festival's 19th year.
Learn More: Call 405-352-0518

December 5, 2009
Harbor Lights Festival
Shoreline Blvd. between Lawrence and Peoples Streets,
Corpus Christi, Texas
Gingerbread and Holiday Tree Village, floating stage of entertainment, activity area for the kids, illuminated boat parade at 7:45pm, lighting of the 75-foot AEP treet, laser light show, Children's Parade at 3pm, Santa's motorcade at 6:30pm. The festival celebrates 28 years in 2009.
Additional Facts: Call 361-985-1555

December 5, 2009
Christmas in the Park
Town Center Park,
Kingwood, Texas
Festival foods, arts and crafts, entertainment, Christmas tree lighting ceremony, local children's dance talent presentation, non-profit booths and info, photos and visits with Santa, merchant specials. Most of the fun goes from 10am-7pm.
Get Further Details: Call 713-305-2239

December 5, 2009
Winter Flake Festival
Centennial Park,
Wenatchee, Washingtonn
Hay rides, hot chocolate, illuminated parade at 6pm, activities for kids, games, food vendors, sledding, music (and maybe some caroling), arts and crafts, tree lighting ceremony.
Learn More: Call 509-654-3392

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December 5-6, 2009
Tamale Festival
Miles, Smurr and Towne Streets area,
Indio, California
At least 3 blocks are full of activities such as carnival ride and games, food vendors and entertainment. There will be tamale making and judging, a petting zoo, plenty of arts and crafts, Latino Film Festival, cooking demos, canned food drive, climbing wall, commercial booths, giant inflatables. There will also be a beer garden. There is no admission to this festival and general hours are noon-8pm on Friday, 10am-9pm on Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday.
Info: Call 760-391-4175

December 5-6, 2009
City Greenbelt,
Buda, Texas
General hours of fun are 10am-5pm. Enjoy more than 125 arts and crafts booths, festival merchandise, visits with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, music, puppets, dancers, carnival rides and games, raffle of senior-made quilt, antiques and collectibles. There is no admission charge.
Learn More: Call 512-295-1559

December 5-6 & 12-13, 2009
Winter Wonderland
Slater Memorial park at Newport Ave. and Armistice Blvd.,
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Hundreds of decorated trees plus Victorian houses, light displays and animation, visits and photos with Santa, an inaugural opening parade Dec. 5 at 4pm, activities for kids, train and hay rides, food court, puppet shows, bell ringers and choirs, twenty-five cent carnival rides, caroling.
Get The Facts: Call 401-726-3185

December 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, 2009
Sorrento Cheese Christmas in Little Italy
Mulberry Street between Canal and Broome Streets,
New York, New York
East Meets West Christmas Parade Dec. 19 at 2pm, nativity demonstration Dec. 12 at 6:15pm, holiday lights and decorations, concert, merchant specials, food, visits with Santa, tree lighting ceremony, carolers in 19th Century costume.
Questions? Call 800-854-9710

December 6, 2009
It's a Wonderful Life in Whittemore
Whittemore, Iowa
Live nativity scene, refreshments (including roasted chestnuts), open houses at local businesses, Santa's presence, carolers and other music, tree lighting ceremony, craft vendors, Holiday Tour of Homes 3-6pm, door prizes.
Details: Call 515-884-2514

December 6, 2009
Christmas on the Canal
Union Street between West Ave. and Amity Street,
Spencerport, New York
A Christmas Carol puppet show, visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Trolley Depot (please bring cans of food for local shelter), treet lighting at 5pm, local choir and band performances, activities for kids, candlelight caroling, merchant specials, food and drink, dance academy performance. It's the festival's 14th annniversary.
Further Information: Call 585-366-4494

December 11-13, 2009
Festival of the Bonfires
Lutcher Recreation Park on Louisiana Avenue,
Lutcher, Louisiana
Celebrate 20 years with a car show, 5K run/walk, bread pudding contest, bonfire on the levee each evening, carnival, pageant, washerboard tournament, Million Mutt March, Santa's Very Merry Forest of lighted trees, arts and crafts, Potato Salad Showdown, Gumbo Cook-Off, festival foods, horseshoe tournament. There is no admission for kids age 10 and younger.
Learn More: Call 225-869-1717 or 800-367-7852

December 11-13, 2009
Christmas by the Sea
Various locations,
Ogunquit, Maine
It's the 23rd year for this one. Enjoy a visit from Santa, Chowder and Chocolatefest, bonfires on the beach, activities for kids, merchant specials, carolers, arts and crafts and more.
Get the Facts: Call 207-646-2939

December 12, 2009
Christmas on the Coosa
In and around Gold Star Park,
Wetumpka, Alabama
Santa Ski-In at 6pm, arts and crafts from 10am-6pm, quilt show, street parade at 4pm, fireworks, activities for kids, classic cars, The 12Ks of Christmas Fun Run at 9am, art show, entertainment. Park at Walmart and take the shuttle. There are also pre-events and post-events. It's the festival's 26th year.
Questions? Call 334-567-1313

December 12, 2009
Old Town Country Christmas
Old Town area,
Auburn, California
Open houses at shops, entertainment, food vendors, arts and crafts, pony rides and other activities for the kids, merchant specials, hay rides, pictures and visits with Santa. Most activities go from 6-9pm for this 23rd year of fun. (Rain date is December 19.) Be sure to check out the brass ensemble called the Sugar Plump Fairies and enjoy some cider at the bonfire. The general venue area is Maple Street between Sacramento and Reno.
Additional Details: Call 530-888-1585

December 12, 2009
Palms and Poinsettias
Ulmer Park,
Largo, Florida
Arts and crafts, music, craft activities for kids, hot chocolate and other refreshments for sale. Visit with Santa in the gazebo after he comes rolling into town on a fire truck. Later in the day you can attend the palm tree lighting. General hours are 9am-3pm. Parking and festival admission are both free.
More: Call 727-587-6740 Ext. 5014

December 12, 2009
Christmas in Collier
Confederate Park,
Collierville, Tennessee
There is a parade the week before the festival, on Dec. 4 at 7pm on Byhalia Road. The day of the festival you can enjoy arts and crafts, carriage rides, activities for kids, festival foods, merchant specials, a visit from Santa. General hours are 10am-4pm.
Details: Call 901-853-3225

December 13, 2009
St. Lucy Festival of Lights
St. Martin de Tours Church Square,
St. Martinville, Louisiana
The parade begins at 2pm at St. Martinville Senior High School. You can also enjoy light displays, entertainment, festival foods, games, arts and crafts.
More: Call 337-298-2556 or 337-394-6021

December 19, 2009
Winter Festival
Tallahassee, Florida
Jingle Bell Run, arts and crafts, youth ornament competition and tree display, 5 stages of entertainment, lighting ceremony around 6pm, night parade at 7:15pm, food court, animated light displays, a concert the night before, activities for kids. General hours are 3-10pm. It's the event's 23rd year.
Further Information: Call 850-891-3860

December 21, 2009
Winter Steam Festival
Golden Spike National Historic Site,
(west of) Brigham, Utah
This is a different type of festival from many others listed here. Go with the historical significance, dress warmly. You can also enjoy films highlighting the historic trains of America and their role in westward expansion.
Get The Facts: Call 435-471-2209 ext. 29

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Brief, bare-boned last-minute festival listings:

Dec. 4-5 December Nights (32nd), 5-10pm/noon-1opm, Balboa Park, San Deigo, California, 619-239-0512
Dec. 4-6 Christmas in LeClaire, Downtown, LeClaire, Iowa, 563-322-3911 ext. 120 or 800-747-7800
Dec. 4-6 Weihnachten, Fredericksburg, Texas, 830-997-8515 or 888-997-3600
Dec. 5 Christmas Carroll, Courthouse Square downtown, Carrollton, Kentucky, 502-732-8100
Dec. 5 Star City Holiday Festival (25th), Lincoln, Nebraska, 402-434-6902
Dec. 5 Christmas Festival & Lighted Parade (13th), downtowm, Quanah, Texas, 940-663-2222
Dec. 5-6 Christmas by the Sea, Manchester, Massachusetts, 978-263-1601
Dec. 5-6 Carols in the Park, Central Park, Winter Haven, Florida, 863-291-5656
Dec. 7-19 Holiday Festival, Performing Arts Centre, Selma, Alabama, 334-875-72411 or334-874-8044
Dec. 11 Christmas in the Park (and Parade), Union Park & Gault Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama, 256-995-0795 or 256-845-2741
Dec. 12 Vine Street Victorian Holiday Showcase, Vine between 8th & 21st, Paso Robles, California, 805-238-4103
Dec. 12 Just One More INvitational Arts Festival, 9-4, Ponce de Leon Park & Bloxham Park, Tallahassee, Florida, 850-890-6727
Dec. 12 Festival of Lights Holiday Parade/Celebration, 6:30pm, downtown, Salem, Oregon, 503-581-4325

Other December 2009 Events You Might Enjoy
Dec. 2-4 International WorkBoat Show, Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, 972-620-3027
Dec. 4 Parade of Lights (on the Tennessee River,
                   Riverwalk Marina (also watch from Rhodes Ferry Park, Decatur, Alabama, 256-355-7101
Dec. 4 Stars on the Water Boat Parade, View from Lurleen B. Wallace Drive, Guntersville, Alabama, 256-582-3612
Dec. 4-6 Chimneyville Crafts Festival (33rd), Trade Mart, Jackson, Mississippi, 601-981-0019
Dec. 4-6 Pittsburgh Toy, Comic & Childhood Collectibles Show, Convention Center, Monroe, Pennsylvania, 412-213-0224
Dec. 5 APS Electric Light Parade, 7pm, Central Ave/Camelback/Seventh/Indian School Rd., Phoenix, Arizona, 602-2622-4627
Dec. 5 Brighten the Harbor lighted boat parade,
                   begins 5pm at U> Coast Guard Pier, Monterey, California, 831-657-0855 or 831-372-9686
Dec. 5 Lighted Boat Parade, 6:30pm, Marina area, Morro Bay, California, 805-772-4467
Dec. 5 San Jose Super Toy, Comic and Record Show,
                   11-4, Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, California, 408-298-1709
Dec. 5 Lehigh Valley Comic Con, 10-4, 4550 Old Packerhouse Rd., Schnecksville, Pennsylvaniaia,
Dec. 5 Reindog Parade, Valley Park Community Center, Hurricane, West Virginia, 304-562-0518
Dec. 5-12 Gingerbread village & Christmas Bazaar, st. George's Episcopal Church, Middlebury, Connecticut, 203-758-9557
Dec. 11-12 SEMO Farm Toy Show (22nd), Best Western at 220 Interstate Drive, Sikeston, Missouri, 573-628-3643
Dec. 12 Parade of Lights, Channel Islands Harbor, Oxnard, California, 805-385-7545
Dec. 12 Parade of Lights, 6pm, begins at high school, Blissfield, Michigan, 517-486-3842
Dec. 18-19 Parade of Lights, Ventura Harbor, Ventura, California, 805-477-0470
Dec. 19-20 Gun Show, Kootenai County Fairgrounds, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 406-633-2206
Dec. 19-20 Gun Show, Civic Center, Salem, Virginia, 540-953-0016
Dec. 20 Lighted Tractor Parade, 7pm, Main Street, Ferndale, California, 707-786-4299 or 707-786-4477
Dec. 27 King Mango Strut Parade (28th), 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.
We wondered if he would ever come to sing for us again.

Michael Parks is singing, and he recorded 17 songs for us to enjoy, including:

I'll Never Be Free
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William Malmskog Ever since William Malmskog and I began a dialogue I've been impressed by his willingness to share openly the details of his life. Most of us hide a lot of our lives from others and present only the parts we can polish and make look acceptable. He isn't afraid to talk about how his difficulties, including physical challenges, have guided him to an increased sense of abilities and possibilities.

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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