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January 1-25, 2007
Lake George Winter Carnival
Various venues,
St. George, New York
The official starting day is January 1, when swimmers brave a cold dip at Shepherd Park. Most events take place on weekends and include: ATV ice drags, ATV Polar Run, outhouse races, polar golf tournament, an ice slide, broomball, fireworks, chili cook-off, ice sculpting with chain saws, snowmobile sleigh rides, flag football, snow sculpting activities for kids, chowder cook-off, hole-in-one contest, beach volleyball and snow volleyball, poker walk, chicken wing cook-off, fireworks and a Moonlight ATV ride.
Additional Details: Call 518-240-0809

January 5-7, 2007
Old Town Jubilee
Old Main Street area,
Yuma, Arizona
More than 3 downtown city blocks are filled with arts and crafts, plus activities for kids, musical entertainment and festival foods.
Find Out More: Call 928-782-5712

January 11-14, 2007
Sandpoint Winter Carnival
various venues,
Sandpoint, Idaho
Food from area restaurants, art, music, drama plus a torchlight parade, spelling contest for grown-ups, pizza eating contest, fireworks, a dog pull, teddy bear contest, fudge making contest, chili cooking contest and more. Enjoy this 34th year of carnival fun.
Details: Call 208-255-1876

January 11-14, 2007
various venues,
Tonawanda, New York
Ice hockey, family carnival, knee hockey, senior dance, sled hockey, miniature golf, one-pitch softball tournament, fireworks, figure skating exhibition, hayrides, snowmobile rides, ice sculpting competition, recreational skating, Floating Flicks Night at the Aquatic Fitness Center where you can watch movies while floating on an air mattress, rubber raft or inner tube.
Questions? Call 716-831-1001

January 11-14, 2007
Riverwalk Mud Festival
various venues on River Walk,
San Antonio, Texas
The city's Parks Department drains the river Just before the festival each year. Locals celebrate the messy occasion by having some mud-ish fun. There's a Mud Pie Ball plus a pub crawl, Mud King pageantry, arts and crafts, a parade and more.
Get the Facts: Call 210-227-4262

January 12-14, 2007
Mohican Winter Fest
Loudonville, Ohio
Ice carving competitions and displays, ice skating and ice skating lessons, winter hikes through Mohican State Park, horse drawn carriage rides, Snow Ball Dance Sat. night (extra fee), skiing workshops, plenty of food. Many events take place in Central Park.
Additional Details: Call 419-994-4789

January 12-14, 2007
Fire & Ice Festival
Somerset, Pennsylvania
Ice carving and ice sculptures on view, activities for kids, chili cooking contest, arts and crafts, food vendors, silent auction, scavenger hunt, model trains on display, more contests. It's the festival's 12th year.
Further Information: Call 814-443-1748

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January 13, 2007
Oatmeal Festival
Lafayette, Colorado
The big oatmeal breakfast includes hot cereal, pancakes and muffins and has a topping bar with more than 140 items. There will also be an oatmeal baking contest, health fair, blood drive, activities for kids, youth art show, Quicker Quaker 5K Walk/Run, oatmeal mini spa. The big breakfast runs from 7:30am-noon at the Pioneer Elementary School on Baseline Road. You can take the shuttle from the Wal-Mart parking lot.
Details: Call 303-9226-4352

January 13-14, 2007
Cape Coral Festival of the Arts
Cape Coral Parkway,
Cape Coral, Florida
This is the festival's 22nd year and the fun includes 280 juried artists, sidewalk sides, activities, food and music. Festival hours are 10am-5pm.
Learn More: Call 239-945-1988

January 13-14, 2006
Polar Jam
Madison, Wisconsin
This celebration replaces Kites on Ice (which suffered a questionable future anyway, due to unpredictable ice safety in the area). Capitol Square Sprints and Polar Jam have joined forces to bring the most fun for everyone, including cross county ski events, snowshoeing, music in a heated tent, winter food court, outdoor sports expo, Special Olympics events, Fit City Kids, ice sculptures, fireworks.
Get The Facts: Call 608-276-9797 ext. 23

January 13-14, 2007
Ice Fest
Front Street Park,
Leavenworth, Washington
Watch or join in on a snowy tug of war. Enjoy snow sculptures, an ice cube hunt for the kids (with real cash inside the cubes), dogsled competitions, the Great Smooshing Race (4-person teams strap onto one pair of skis and race against other teams), music, fireworks, an un-waiter competition and more.
Info: Call 509-548-5807

January 14, 2007
Golf Cart Parade
El Paseo area,
Palm Desert, California
Start the day with a pancake breakfast in the Bank of America parking lot at 7:30am. This year's theme is "Take a Walk on the Wild Side", so enjoy the parade at 1pm, music beginning at 2pm, vendors, activities for the kids and more. Funds from the festival go to local charities.
Get The Facts: Call 760-346-6111

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January 18-21, 2007
Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival
City Complex on S. Cypress St.,
Fellsmere, Florida
Carnival rides and games, pony rides for the kids, helicopter rides, more than 100 arts and crafts booths, unique foods and plenty of musical entertainment.
Find Out More: Call 772-571-0250

January 18-February 3, 2007
Washington's Birthday Celebration
various venues,
Laredo, Texas
Parade, wine tasting, Popeye's Jamboozie, health fair, youth dance, carnival, comedy shows, air show, run run. Expect a mix of cultures and costumes.
Questions? Call 956-722-0589

January 19-21, 2007
Yuma Lettuce Days
Historic downtown,
Yuma, Arizona
In its 9th year the festival offers produce displays, a Cotton Bale contest, Lettuce Box Derby, activities for kids, entertainment, arts and crafts, plenty of salad and other festivals foods.
Get Details: Call 928-783-3061

January 19-21, 2007
Stowe Winter Carnival
Main Street,
Stowe, Vermont
Block Party on Main, chicken pie church supper on Saturday at 5:30pm, ski races, dancing, kids' carnival, snow volleyball, ice carving, movies.
Further Information: Call 802-253-7321 or 800-247-8693

January 19-21, 2007
Flake Out Festival
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Now in its 17th year, the festival includes fun such as horse drawn wagon rides, turkey bowling, mitten bowling, snowman making, blacksmithing demonstrations, fireworks, Eskimo Pie eating contest, activities, for kids, State Snow Sculpture Contest, ice carving, kite flying, arts and crafts.
Find Out More: Call 800-223-3557

January 19-21, 2007
Waukesha Janboree
various venues,
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Pancake breakfast, volleyball, kickball, 5K run/walk, chili feed, dog pull, horse drawn wagon rides, ice fishing clinic, fireworks, Comedy Sportz, talent show
Questions? Call 262-524-3737

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January 19-21 & 27-28, 2007
Tip-Up Town USA
Lake & shoreline area,
Houghton Lake, Michigan
Bubble gum blowing contest, teen dance, poker run, tire roll, bed races, ice fishing contest, ice sculpting contest, fireworks, pie eating contest, petting zoo, Red Neck horseshoes, winter fashion show, motorcycle ice racing, pony rides for the kids, and ice slide, turkey bowling, Polar Bear Dip, arts and crafts, entertainment.
Details: Call 989-366-5644

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January 20-21, 2007
Street Fair
2nd Street & Florence Street
Casa Grande, Arizona
Car & bike show, music, display of the Paint-A-Brella contest entries, historic bike tour, food court, more than 125 arts and crafts booths. The festival is celebrating its 7th.
Update (Jan. 8, 2007): I'm told that no Paint-A-Brella contest entries will be on view, nor will their be a bike tour.

Additional Information: Call 520-836-8744

January 20-21, 27-28 & Feb. 3-4, 2007
Winter Fest
various venues
Spicer, Minnesota
Hot tub party, ice slide, ice fishing tournaments, ice sculptures, snowmobile runs, arts and crafts, Polar Plunge, fireworks. The event is a fundraiser for Special Olympics.
Learn More: Call 320-796-8066

January 20-Feb. 10, 2007
Pittsfield Winter Carnival
various venues,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Snow sculpting contest, haywagon rides, speed skating, queen pageant and queen's ball, kite flying, cross country skiing, ice golf, toboggan races and the popular family day when anything goes as you bring your favorite item to use for sliding down the hill—cardboard, sleds, inner tubes...
Get The Facts: Call 413-499-9343

January 21-28, 2007
Winter Rec Fest
various venues,
LaCrosse, Wisconsin
Youth carnival, torchlight hike, state euchre tournament, hockey, figure skating events, skiing, broomball, ice fishing and more.
Info: Call 608-784-4880

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January 23-26, 2007
Winter Fest
various venues,
Newaygo, Michigan
Snowmobile run, karaoke, ice fishing contest, chicken bowling, euchre tournament, dinner dance, winter golf, games for the kids, dart tournament, Extreme Plunge into Hess Lake, raffle, chili cooking contest.
Questions? Call 231-652-9489

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January 25-28, 2007
In & around downtown,
Blowing Rock, North Carolina
Ice carving competition, Frosty 5K Run, Winter Tale, dog sledding, hayrides, hot chocolate, Polar Plunge in Chetola Lake, pancake breakfast, bluegrass music, wine tasting, wine auction, dusk bonfire in Memorial Park (weather permitting), merchant specials, activities for kids. The Winterfeast requires advance reservations and has an extra fee—to make reservations call 828-295-9527.) The festival is celebrating its 9th year.
Additional Details: Call 828-295-7851

January 26-27, 2007
Chill Out
Arbor Vitae Community Bldg.,
Minocqua, Wisconsin
Ice golf, ice fishing tournament, sleigh rides, dog sled rides, fish fry, turkey bowling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, bonfire with s'mores, activities for kids.
Further Information: Call 715-356-5266 or 800-446-6784

January 26-February 4, 2007
Winter Carnival
various venues,
McCall, Idaho
In its 42nd year the carnival offers the fun of ice hockey, monster dog pulls, a pancake breakfast, ski events, a teen dance, snow sculptures, food court, vendors, masquerade ball, tubing races, Children's Neon Lights Parade, senior bingo, snowshoe golf, sleigh rides, Little Ski Hill Torch Parade, Mardi Gras Parade Jan. 27 at noon, plus the ever popular men's beauty contest with competitions for hairy legs and other events.
Find Out More: Call 208-634-7631 or 800-260-5130

January 26-February 4, 2007
St. Paul Winter Carnival
various venues,
St. Paul, Minnesota
The idea of this event comes from the tale of King Boreas, who defeats Vulcanus Rex so that the winter celebration can go off without a hitch. Pageantry and pomp make it all more fun. Enjoy events such as the Securian Frozen 5K & Half Marathon, pond hockey, skiing, snow & ice sculptures, a snow slide, Latino Fest, torchlight parades, the King Boreas Grande Day Parade, the royal ball, car races on ice, teen band showcase, an ice maze, gymnastics, Como Zoo exhibit, collector & memorabilia show, Polar Bear Journey puppet show, cat show, weather education exhibit, Circus Juventis performances, theatre, Disc Sports Festival. Many events take place at Harriet Island Regional Park.
Questions? Call 651-223-4700

January 27, 2007
Kumquat Festival
Pasco Fairgrounds & downtown,
Dade City, Florida
Recipe contest, 5K run for kids, arts and crafts, car show pageant, grower info, farmer's market, food.
Get The Facts: Call 352-567-3768

January 27, 2007
Texas Citrus Fiesta
Mission, Texas
This colorful event features a Parade of Oranges at 12:30pm, royal court pageantry, Vaquero Cook Off, youth show, fun fair with food vendors and entertainment, activities for kids, Fiesta Fun Run, a unique costume style show with citrus ingredients as wearable art and more.
Get the Facts: Call 956-585-9724

January 27, 2006
Winter Carnival Weekend
Opera House on High Street,
Mineral Piont, Wisconsin
Tug of war, snow games, music, pie eating contests, theatre, food festival and more.
Get The Facts: Call 888-764-6894

January 27, 2007
Fire & Ice Festival
Lakefront Park,
Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Snowshoe clinic, snowman building contest (bring your own props), ice skating, merchants' scavenger hunt, hot air balloon demonstration, carnival rides, snowmobile rides, DJ music, horse drawn wagon rides, refreshments, heated tent with food, fireworks.
To Learn More: Call 262-695-9735 or 262-691-7275

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

Jan. 6 Gumbo Cook-Off, 8am-3pm, Rice Arena, Crowley, Louisiana, 337-788-0177
Jan. 11-4 International Balloon Festival, Bluff, Utah, 435-672-2341
Jan. 12-15 Morro Bay Bird Festival, Morro Bay, California, 805-772-4467
Jan. 13-14 Nautical & Wildlife Art Festival,
                   Convention Center at 40th & Bay, Ocean City, Maryland, 410-524-9177
Jan. 13-14, 20-21 Medieval Faire, Veterans Park, Lehigh Acres, Florida, 239-693-8036
Jan. 17-28 Taos Winter Wine Festival, Taos, New Mexico, 866-968-7386
Jan. 18-28 Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, 877-733-7829
Jan. 20 Chillfest, Mill Creek Park, Chatfield, Minnesota, 507-259-6902
Jan. 26-28 Ice Sculpture Festival, Downers Grove, Illinois, 630-434-5555 or 800-934-0615
Jan. 26-Feb. 4 Flurry Fest, Bismarck, North Dakota, 701-222-6455

Other January 2007 Events You Might Enjoy
Events in this section may be called festivals but are generally less
multi-dimensional than events in the above category
Jam 5-14 Houston Boat Show, Watergate Yachting Center, Houston, Texas
Jan. 5-31 The Main Event, Quartzite, Arizona, 928-927-5213
Jan. 6 Fruitcake Toss, 9:30am-2pm, High School, Manitou Springs, Colorado, 719-685-5089 or 800-642-2567
Jan. 6-7 Cable Air Show, Cable Airport, Upland, California, 909-982-6021
Jan. 6-7 Northeast Motorcycle Expo, Expo Center, Hartford, Connecticut, 978-688-8888
Jan. 6-7 Rubber Stamp & Paper Arts Festival, Convention Center, Grapevine, Texas, 541-574-8000
Jan. 6-14 Used Boat Show, on Central Ave., Kearney, Nebraska, 308-234-4576
Jan. 6-14 RV Show, Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 724-446-1046
Jan. 8-11 The Home Entertainment Show, St. Tropex Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, 702-242-4545
Jan. 9-12 Macworld, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California
Jan. 12-14 Quilt Festival, Convention Center, Tuscon, Arizona, 520-498-4698
Jan. 12-14 Gem-Jewelry-Bead Show,
                   10am-5pm, Municipal Auditorium on Tamiami Tr. (Hwy. 41), Sarasota, Florida, 941-954-0202
Jan. 13-14 Gathering of the Gunfighters, Territorial State Prison State Park, Yuma, Arizona, 928-783-4771
Jan. 13-14 Fungus Fair, 10am-5pm, Louden Nelson Community Center, Santa Cruz, California, 831-420-6115
Jan. 13-14 Antique Show & Sale, Town Hall, Genoa, California, 775-782-4951
Jan. 13-14 Boca Fest, 10-5, Boca Center, Boca Raton, Florida, 954-472-3755
Jan. 13-14 Tiddlywinks Tournament, MIT, Cambridge, Masachusetts
Jan. 13-14 Toy & Hobby Show, State Fairgrounds, Raleigh, North Carolina, 919-553-4285
Jan. 13-14 Gun Show, Fairgrounds, Jackson, Tennessee, 563-927-8176
Jan. 14-18 Comedy Festival, Gold Coast, Las Vegas, Nevada, 212-594-5515
Jan. 17-21 Chicago Boat, RV & Outdoors Show, McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois
Jan. 19-21 Del Mar Antique Show & Sale, Fairgrounds, Del Mar, California, 800-943-7501
Jan. 19-21 Oklahoma City Home & Garden Show, State Fairgrounds, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 512-259-1999
Jan. 20 Central Florida Highland Games, Central Winds Park, Winter Springs, Florida, 407-428-7268
Jan. 20-21 Western Americana Show & Auction, Civic Plaza Exhibit Hall D& E, Phoenix, Arizona, 310-202-9010
Jan. 20-21 Delray Festival of the Arts, Pineapple Grove Way, Delray, Florida, 561-279-1380
Jan. 21 Teddy Bear & Doll Show, Lafayette Hotel, Marietta, Ohio, 740-374-1778
Jan. 25-28 Indoor/Outdoor Home Show, Expomart, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 800-997-4438
Jan. 26-28 Florida Extravaganza Comic-Con (FX),
                   Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, 407-401-9203 or 877-470-2826
Jan. 26-28 Chiller Theatre Expo, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Secaucus, New Jersey
Jan. 26-28 Chattacon 32, Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Email
Jan. 26-28 Gun Show, Central Wyoming Fairgrounds, Casper, Wyoming
Jan. 27-28 Heard Museum Guild Library Book & Art Sale, Phoenix, Arizona, 602-251-0209
Jan. 27-Feb. 4 Louisville Sport, Boat, RV & Vacation Show, Fair & Expo Center, Louisville, Kentucky
Jan. 31-Feb. 4 International Power Boat Show, Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey

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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.

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Her design styles range from simple elegance to whimsical fun. Joan does hand-painted stationery, uses spare moments at festivals to paint faces, and entertains children at private parties.
A sample of her work is illustrated online.
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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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We've all had our rough times in life, but if you know of a young person currently experiencing difficulties accepting responsibility for his or her actions a wilderness camp might be just the thing to give a new perspective. These are not "boot camps", which have taken some bad press lately. These programs encourage young people to develop skills in teamwork and outdoor activities, learn respect for others and build self-sufficiency and self-respect. The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camps maintains a list of current, working camps..

One of the most popular New Year's Resolutions is to exercise more. But the follow-through is not always easy. There are plenty of motivational tips to help you stay on track.

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