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February Events
Festivals For February Travelers

February 3-5, 2005
Smoky Mountains
Storytelling Festival

various venues,
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The Smith Family Theater will host most of the events. There will be concerts, workshops in storytelling, story swapping sessions, a workshop on how to tell a tall tale, workshops on using history to enhance personal stories, trolley rides (with storytelling during the rides) and more.
Information: Call 865-453-8574.

February 3-6, 2005
Voyageur Winter Festival
various venues,
Ely, Minnesota
Art Walk, fiber arts, crafts, snow carving, snow sculpting, children's art, snowshoe trip to the Hegman Pictographs, spaghetti dinner, bake sale, Frozen Film Festival, dance workshop, picnic at Whiteside Park Pavilion, family skating. Some events have separate ticketing or fees.
Further Details: Call 800-777-7281.

February 4-6, 2005
Everglades City Seafood Festival
Everglades City, Florida.
Arts and crafts, carnival rides, mud buggy races, mullet toss, entertainment, seafood dishes and other treats.
Details: Call 941-695-4100.

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February 4-6, 2005
Hudson Hot Air Affair
various venues,
Hudson, Wisconsin
Hudson celebrates this 16th year of the festival with a pancake breakfast, coloring art by children, balloon launches, fireworks, torchlight parade, chili cooking contest, kite events, dances, craft fair, commercial vendors, karaoke and more.
Further Details: Call 888-247-2332 or 715-381-2050.

February 4-6, 2005
Tent City Days
unknown venue(s),
Wrangell, Alaska
Gold Rush history comes alive with a beard-growing contest, plus sports events and more.
Learn More: Call 800-367-9745 or 907-874-3901.

February 4-6, 2005
Homer Winter Carnival
various venues,
Homer, Alaska.
Events vary with this cabin fever cure, but may include chili cooking, a parade, community dance, and chocolate treats.
Get More Information: Call 907-235-7740.

February 4-6, 2005
Cordova Iceworm Festival
various venues,
Cordova, Alaska
Spaghetti feed, ping pong tournaments, historical displays, chili cooking contest, photography, pajama party, arts and crafts, science exhibits, gospel music, food fair, entertainment, fireworks, canoe race, pet show and more.
Further Details: Call 907-424-7260.

February 4-6, 2005
Frostbite Follies
various venues,
Littleton, New Hampshire
The events actually take place over an area of 7 towns, including Bethlehem, Lisbon and Whitefield. Enjoy an evening parade, snow sports, races, music, dances, ski events, snow golf, prizes. Some events may require a separate ticket or fee.
Questions: Call 603-444-8561.

February 4-14, 2005
Winter Festival
Clark Park,
Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Folk Concert, Games, chili cooking contest, Super Bowl parties, music, Valentine's Day special meals, chili cooking contest, dance, snow shoe dance contest, food, candlelight skiing.
Details: Call 920-743-4456.

February 5, 2005
various venue(s),
Gilman, Wisconsin.
Snow shoe race, yard decorating contest, snowman picture taking contest, hay rides, polka music, men's beard contest, women's hairy leg contest, snow basketball, scavenger hunt, horse drawn sleigh rides, snow volleyball, torchlight parade, frying pan toss and more.
More: Call 715-447-8285 or 715-447-8147.

February 5, 2005
Fasching Festival
Turner Hall,
New Ulm, Minnesota.
This is Mardi Gras fun with a German twist and it runs until 11:00 in the evening. Enjoy a costume contest, music and dancing, arts and crafts, entertainment, and plenty of German and American foods.
Additional Information: Call 888-463-9856.

February 5-6, 2005
Iola Winter Carnival
unknown venue(s),
Iola, Wisconsin.
Norwegian food (including a lutefisk supper), crafts, ice sculptures, ice fishing derby, ski jumping competition.
Details: Call 715-445-4005.

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February 5-6, 2005
Winter Festival
Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
This year's theme is "There's Snow Biz Like Show Biz". Enjoy a pancake breakfast, chili cooking contest, speed skating competitions, music and other staged entertainment, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, bed race on ice, barrel racing contests, family skating, Snowbird Egg Hunt, ice carvings, dog pull, hot chocolate, spiced wine and more.
Learn More: Call 262-377-9620 or 800-CDR-BURG.

February 5-6, 2005
Chocolate Lovers Festival
Fairfax, Virginia.
Pancake breakfast (you can get chocolate chip pancakes), historic demonstrations, actitivties for kids, chocolate art, Taste of Chocolate.
Additional Information: Call 703-246-6321.

February 5-6, 2005
Carolina Chocolate Festival
Cyrstal Coast Civic Center,
Morehead City, North Carolina
The festival hours are from 9 am until 6 pm on Saturday and from 10 am until 3 pm on Sunday. Enjoy baking contests, musical comedy, Sunday brunch, entertainment, wine, festival T-shirts and other merchandise, pudding eating contest, ice cream eating contest, door prizes, and of course, the chocolates. Taste your way through a trail of pastries, chocolate-dipped fruit, truffles, cheesecake, fudge and more. Proceeds benefit 21 area charities.
Learn More: Call 252-504-2203.

February 5-6, 2005
Kites On Ice
Lake Mendota,
Madison, Wisconsins.
Kite-flying demonstrations, kites used as art, workshops, Fire & Ice Nite Show (6:15pm on Saturday) and more. I'm unsure about whether food is available at the festival.
Get Details: Call 608-850-4900.

February 5-6, 2005
Winterfest Festival
Main Street,
Lake Havasu, Arizona.
Salsa Challenge, arts and crafts, vehicle displays, food.
Further Information: Call 928-855-4115.

February 11-12, 2005
Chocolate Festival
Copper Village,
Anaconda, Montana.
Local merchants give away chocolates, and an observant constable will levy a fine (for charity) on those merchants found not giving away the treats to visitors. You can also enjoy a quilt exhibit and a bake sale.
Questions: Call 406-563-2422.

February 11-12, 2005
Deacon Mills Park,
Green Lake, Wisconsin.
Ice golf, ice carving, fisheree, volleyball, music, food and beverages, activities for kids and more.
Further Details: Call 800-253-7354.

February 11-12, 2005
various venues,
Minocqua, Wisconsin.
Pancake breakfast, silent auction, brat and chili feed, music and dancing, radar runs, arts and crafts, vendors, lighted snowmobile parade on the lake, bonfire, taco feed and more.
Information: Call 800-446-6784.

February 11-13, 2005
Eelpout Festival
City Park,
Walker, Minnesota.
In its 26th year, the festival offers dog sled rides, the Eelpout 500 On-Ice Auto Race, the polar plunge, ice drilling, merchandise and food vendors.
Details: Call 320-259-6010 or 800-833-1118.

February 12, 2005
Sweet Potato Festival
Samuel C. Pannell Community Center,
Sacramento, California
BBQ dinners, clothing for sale, sweet potato pie baking contest, sweet potato pies for sale, sweet potato ice cream, entertainment, art, prizes. The festival is in its 16th year.
Questions: Call 916-331-9561 or 916-689-5458.

February 12-13, 2005
Cabin Fever Festiva
Frederick, Maryland
Juried arts and crafts in several buildings and heated tents, plus entertainment and food.
Additional Information: Call 301-898-5466.

February 18-20, 2005
Ice Castle Extravaganza
Lakeside Park,
Mayville, New York
Fireworks, music and other entertainment, hay maze, dice run, igloo construction demonstration, library book sale, ice sculptures, snowman building contest, snowball throwing contest, snowmobile rides.
Questions: Call 716-753-3113.

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February 18-21, 2005
Cloverdale Citrus Fair
Citrus Fairgrounds,
Cloverdale, California
This 113th year of the fair is themed "Made in America". Enjoy a carnival, gourmet food show, queen pageant, puppet shows, parade, diaper derby, citrus baking contest, music and other entertainment, cabaret dinner theatre and more.
Learn More: Call 707-894-3992.

February 18-27, 2005
Riverside County Fair &
National Date Festival

County Fairgrounds,
Indio, California
Musical concerts, carnival, livestock displays, ostrich and camel races, nightly music pageant, rodeo events, date exhibits, garlic fries and other foods.
Questions: Call 800-811-FAIR.

February 18-March 6, 2005
Anchorage Fur Rendezvous
various venues,
Anchorage, Alaska.
Snowshoe softball, carnival, pancake breakfasts, chess tournament, antique farm equipment and vintage military vehicles on display, helicopter rides, World Ice Bowling Championship, wheelchair races, pony rides, science demonstrations and exhibits, dog sled information and races, arts and crafts, snowboard competition, Purr Rondy Cat Show, stamp show and sale, curling, melodrama, chili feed, martial arts expo and more.
Additional Information: Call 907-274-1177.

February 19-20, 2005
Dexter Winter Festival
various venues,
Dexter, Maine
Snowmobile Radar-Run, dance, silent auction, fireworks, sleigh rides, snow sculptures, parade, ice fishing derby.
Questions: Call 207-924-3057

February 19-21, 2005
Bryce Canyon Winter Festival
Ruby's Inn,
Bryce, Utah.
Archery clinic and competition, entertainment, activities for kids, snow sculptures, snowshoe tours, photography clinic, cross country ski racing, people-powered sled race. Events are subject to local weather conditions.
Additional Information: Call 435-834-5341.

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February 24-27, 2005
Snow Rondi
unknown venue(s),
Anchor Point, Alaska.
Ski events, parade, snowshoe softball, costume ball, auction, bingo, bazaar.
Get More Details: Call 907-235-2600.

February 25-27, 2005
Swamp Cabbage Festival
Barron Park,
LaBelle, Florida.
5K run/walk, rodeo events, parade, lawnmower races, arts and crafts, entertainment and food.
Information: Call 863-675-2872.

February 25-27, 2005
Almond Blossom Festival
Community Center,
Ripon, California.
Parade, queen pageant, baking contest, spaghetti dinner, pancake breakfast, golf tournament, carnival, diaper derby, cream puff sale, raw and roasted almonds for sale, flavored almonds and dishes made with almonds. This is a family-friendly festival that has been held annually for more than 40 years.
Details: Call 209-599-7519.

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February 26, 2005
Grumpy Old Men Festival
Parkside Marina,
Wabasha, Minnesota.
Raghetti Spaghetti Feed, look-a-like contest, dance, cribbage tournament, fishing tournament.
Get More Information: Call 651-565-2808.

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February 26-27, 2005
Greek Festival
St. George Greek Orthodox Church,
Palm Desert, California
Art, books, Greek foods, activities for kids, Greek music and dancing, tours of the church. The event is held at 74-109 Larrea.
Learn More: Call 760-568-9901.

February 26-27, 2005
Chistochina Fun Days
unknown venue(s),
Chistochina, Alaska
Dog races, snow shoe races, poke run, breakfast, cakewalk, prizes.
Further Details: Call 907-822-3503.

February 26-27, 2005
Grant Seafood Festival
Community Center,
Grant, Florida
More than 100 arts and crafts participants, entertainment, library book sale, civic displays and plenty of seafood dishes. The festival is in its 39th year.
Questions: Call 321-723-8687.

February 27, 2005
Capay Valley Almond Festival
various venues,
Esparto, California
Events are actually held in Esparto, Guinda, and Rumsey. Enjoy music, food, a petting zoo, a community breakfast, street fair activities, classic vehicles and more.
Further Details: Call 530-787-3242.

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February Somethings!
Brief, bare-boned last-minute festival listings:

February 3 For The Love Of Chocolate, County Community Center, Medina, Ohio, 330-723-4865
February 3-15 SF Indie (film) Fest, San Francisco, California, 415-621-4969
February 5 Mardi Gras, Waupaca, Wisconsin, 715-258-9009
February 5 Winter Festival, Downtown, Mineral Point, Wisconsin, 888-764-6894
February 6 Lugerville Chasers Winter Fun day,
                               Crane Chase Lake Pavilion, Lugerville, Wisconsin, 715-339-2691
February 6 Chocolate Fest, Moshannon Hts. Presbyterian Home, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, 814-342-2930
February 10-13 Seminole Tribal Fair, PowWow & Rodeo, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 954-410-9398
February 11-13 Clam Chowder Festival, Seaside, Oregon, 503-717-1914
February 11-13 Yuma River Daze Arts & Crafts Festival, Main St., Yuma, Arizona, 928-782-5712
February 11-13 Shanty Days Festival, Downtown area, Caseville, Michigan, 800-606-1347
February 12 Roaring 20's Arts & Crafts Festival, Downtown, Sebring, Florida, 863-471-5104
February 12 Sweet Potato Festival, Sam Pannell Community Center, Sacramento, California, 916-331-9561
February 12-13 Chocolate & Ice Sculpture Festival, Downtown, Salem, Massachusetts, 908-740-1208
February 12-13 Mid-Winter Fest, Apple Valley, New York, 952-953-2300
February 13 International Festival, Overture Center, Madison, Wisconsin, 608-258-4177
February 13 Art & Wine Extravaganza, Sonora, California, 209-588-9689
February 17-20 White Sands Film Festival, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 505-437-2214

February 18-19 Olustee Battle Festival, Lake City, Florida, 386-755-1097
February 18-20 Dahlonega Literary Festival, Dahlonega, Georgia
February 18-20 Water Fall Ice Festival, Cody, Wyoming, 307-527-4326
February 19-20 Klondike Days, Eagle River, Wisconsin, 800-359-6315
February 19-20 Penn's Wood West Folk & Art Festival, High School, Mercer, Pennsylvania, 724-662-4185
February 19-20 Oregon Asian Celebration, County Fairgrounds, Eugene, Oregon, 541-687-9600
February 20-27 Charro Days, Brownsville, Texas, 956-542-4245
February 25-27 True/False Film Festival, Columbia, Missouri
February 25-27 George Fest, Downtown area, Eustis, Florida, 352-357-3434
February 26 Heritage Arts Festival, Monroeville, Alabama, 251-575-7433
February 27 TET, Vietnamese New Year Celebration, Tacoma, Washington, 253-471-2623

Other February 2005 Events You Might Enjoy
February 3-6 International Sportsmen's Expo, County Expo Center, San Mateo, California, 650-574-3247
February 4 Duct Tape Ball, Marriott Downtown, Anchorage, Alaska, 907-646-8600
February 4-6 Serendipity Antiques & Collectibles Show, Fresno, California, 559-434-9160
February 4-6 Antique Show & Sale, Convention Hall, Gadsden, Alabama, 256-549-4669
February 5 Chocolate Fest, County Convention Center, Bloomington, Indiana, 800-875-9615
February 5 Mardi Gras Parade & Festival, Main St., Jennings, Louisiana, 337-821-5500
February 5 Mystikal Krewe of Barkus, Lake Charles, Louisiana, 337-439-3300
February 5 MOOS's Lutefisk & Meatball Dinner,
                               Our Saviors Lutheran Church, Westby, Wisconsin, 608-634-4011
February 5 Chocolate Festival, Norman High School, Norman, Oklahoma, 405-329-4523
February 5-6 Antique Sporting & Collectible Show,
                               County Fairgrounds, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 920-337-0113
February 5-6 Orchid Quest 2005, Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wisconsin, 608-238-1939
February 5-6 Arti Gras, Shopko Hall, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 920-435-2787
February 6 Chocolate Festival, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Westford, Massachusetts, 978-692-7849
February 6 Sweet Sensations: Festival of Desserts, Pioneer Resort, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 920-233-6267
February 10-13 Hillsborough Antique Show,
                               San Mateo Expo Center, San Mateo, California, 650-574-3247
February 10-13 Orchid Show & Sale, King of Prussia Mall, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 610-608-3944
February 11-13 Special Olympics Wisconsin Winter Games, Wausau, Wisconsin, 608-222-1324
February 11-16 Coconut Grove Home Design & Remodeling Show, Miami, Florida
February 12-13 Garage Sale, Prairie Capital Convention Center, Springfield, Illinois, 317-236-6515 ext. 120
February 12-13 Valentine Wine & Chocolate Weekend, Lodi, California, 888-700-LODI
February 12-20 Pittsburgh International Auto Show,
                               Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 412-963-8909
February 17-20 RV & Camping Trailer Show,
                               Wisconsin Expo Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 800-884-3247
February 18-20 Home & Garden Show, Civic Center, Pensacola, Florida
February 18-20 California International Antiquarian Book Fair,
                               Concourse Expo Center, San Francisco, California, 415-962-2500
February 18-20 Wondercon, Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, California, 619-491-2475
February 19 Fairmont Fruitcake Follies, Municipal Airport, Fairmont, Minnesota, 507-235-5547
February 19 Rotary Pancake Breakfast, County Expo Center, Waukesha, Wisconsin, 262-896-8490
February 19 Chinese New Year Parade, 5:30pm-8pm, San Francisco, California, 415-982-3000
February 19-20 Art & Rubber Stamp Expo, County Fairgrouds, San Mateo, California, 650-574-3247
February 19-20 Mad City Model Railroad Show & Sale,
                               Overture Center, Madison, Wisconsin, 608-835-3148
February 19-21 Arts & Crafts Show, Town Hall, Julian, California, 760-765-1857
February 20 Spam Contest, Hotel Del Rio, Isleton, California, 916-777-6033
February 22-24 Special Olympics Pennsylvania Winter Games, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 800-235-9058
February 25-26 Depression Glass Show, State Fairgrounds, Little Rock, Arkansas, 501-375-0435
February 25-27 Long Island Home & Garden Show, Sports & Convention Center, Brentwood, New York
February 25-27 International Gem & Jewelry Show, Convention Center, Reno, Nevada, 301-294-0034
February 26 Cotton Pickin' Quilt Show, Munday Elementary School, Knox Prairie, Texas, 940-422-4540
February 26-27 Sand & Sage Collectors Show, County Fairgrounds, Garden City, Kansas, 620-272-3844
February 26-27 Gem & Mineral Show, State Fairgrounds, Jackson, Mississippi
February 26-27 Jewelry, Gem, Fossil & Mineral Show, W. Idaho Fairgrounds, Boise, Idaho, 208-628-4002
February 26-27 Pet Fair, County Fair Complex, Hillsboro, Oregon, 503-738-6996
February 26-March 6 Home & Garden Show, Convention Center, Buffalo, New York, 716-631-2266
February 28 Mud Sale, Strasburg Fire Co. Station 5-10, Strasburg, Pennsylvania, 717-687-7323

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