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The Artsy Site
Of The Month:

Collage Town: Gallery of Collage and Photomontage
Art inviting you to mix and match and imagine new results.

Handy Site
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How Far Is It?
Check the distance between cities.

Web Page Design Site
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Seasonal Site
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Summer Food Service Program
Summer meal assistance for low-income kids.

Just Fun Site
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Al Morale Demo
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Scientific Site
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Who Will Win the 2004 Presidential Election?
A bit of tongue-in-cheek, and as good as any other scientific
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July Events
Festivals For July Travelers

July 3-6, 2002
Tom Sawyer Days
Downtown area,
Hannibal, Missouri.
Fence Painting Contests, minnow catching, watermelon seed spitting contest, bubble gum blowing, arts and crafts, music. Some events require pre-registration.
More information: Call 573-221-2477.

July 3-6, 2002
Eyes To The Skies
Balloon Festival

Community Park
(Short Street at Route 53),
Lisle, Illinois.
This event is now in its 22nd year, with morning and evening balloon launches (weather permitting),carnival (admission fee), music by Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and others, lawn mower races, military display, Lima Linda Flight Team demonstration, exotic animal show, arts and crafts, and plenty of festival foods.
More: Call 630-575-9798.

July 4-7, 2002
Arts, Crafts & Food Festival
Ewing Park,
Ellwood, Pennsylvania.
Over 200 arts and crafts booths, entertainment, Kids Corner, fireworks, food booths.
Details: Call 724-758-3115 or 724-758-5630.

July 6-7, 2002
Statehood Days
Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village,
Waynesville, Ohio.
Patiotic displays and speeches, contests, children's activities, parades, reenactors, frontier skills competition, Dutch oven baking contest, foods. There is an admission fee.
Additional Information: Call 513-897-1120.

July 6-7, 2002
Threshing Days
Otter Creek Park,
Louisville, Kentucky.
Antique steam engines and tractors on display, activities for kids, blacksmith demonstrations, crafts, in in a lovely city-owned park of 2600 acres.
Additional information: Call 502-574-4583.

July 6-13, 2002
National Cherry Festival
Various venues
Traverse City, Michigan.
In its 76th year, the festival includes an air show featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, carnival amusements, classic car and truck show, cherry orchard tours, hole-in-one golf contest, beach volleyball tournament, a Big Wheel race, lots of food, children's fishing pond, a 500-foot long cherry ice cream sundae, musical entertainment on stage, Taste of Cherries Food Fair and more. Some events require an admission fee.
Additional Information: Call 219-947-4230.

July 9-14, 2002
Choochokam Langley Festival
of the Arts

Whidbey Island Center
For The Arts.
Langley, Washington.
Arts and crafts, poetry, dance and other musical entertainment, lots of food.
Ticket information: Call 360-221-7494.

July 10-13, 2002
Wyandotte Street Art Fair
Downtown at
Biddle Street,
Wyandotte, Michigan.
More than 350 artisans show their wares and there are street entertainers, Children's Emporium, a sidewalk sale, three stages of entertainment and plenty of food. The event is now in its 40th year. There is no admission charge.
Additional Information: Call 734-324-4506.

July 10-14, 2002
Central Pennsylvania Festival
Of The Arts
Various venues,
State College, Pennsylvania.
Sidewalk sale, crafts, Youth Day, food and drink.
Details: Call 814-237-0708.

July 11-13, 2002
Slugburger Festival
Various venues,
Corinth, Mississippi.
This festival is now in its 15th year and features a carnival, games, rock climbing wall, entertainment, and lots of food. You can even get a slugburger, which I'm told is not made of slugs at all, but a beef/soy extender mixture and is deep-fried and then served up with mustard, pickles and lots of onions. There is admission charge.
Further information: Call 662-287-1550 or 877-347-0545.

July 11-14, 2002
Pioneer Days
Unknown venue,
Marlington, West Virginia.
Shop for arts and crafts at this 36th annual event. Enjoy bluegrass and mountain music, a Pioneer Village, horse and buggy rides and more.
Additional Information: Call 800-336-7009.

July 12-13, 2002
Clear Creek Summerfest
Downtown at
Crazy Woman Square,
Buffalo, Wyoming.
Shop for arts and crafts and enjoy food from vendors while musicians entertain. This one runs into the evening hours.
Additional Information: Call 307-684-0990.

July 12-14, 2002
Smoketown Days Festival
Shelby Park,
Louisville, Kentucky.
Karaoke contest, fashion show, gospel music, a battle of the bands, carnival, crafts and food.
Further information: Call 502-681-2582.

July 12-14, 2002
Catfish Days
downtown area,
Trempealeau, Wisconsin.
Live music by the Mudcats and Rode Hard, kids' inflatable rides, queen pageant, fishing tournament, VFW breakfast, Poker Run, Indianhead Crafters, Egg Toss, bingo, karaoke, volleyball tournament, pancake breakfast, flea market, parade, ice cream, fireworks. Admission to all events is with a Catfish button.
Further information: Call 608-534-6780.

July 13, 2002
Parker County Peach Festival
Parker County
Courthouse Square,
Paris, Texas.
Games, contests, more than 200 arts and crafts booths, water balloon wars, entertainment, petting zoo, clowns, farmer's produce section, Peach Pedal Bike Ride, and treats such as peach cobbler and peach ice cream.
Further details: Call 817-596-3801 or 888-594-3801.

July 13, 2002
Lake County Art Festival
St. John's Northwestern Military
Academy, Hwy C,
Delafield, Wisconsin.
Over 150 artists show their wares with music and food adding to the fun There is no admission charge.
Additional Information: Call 262-646-5676.

July 13-14, 2002
Strawberry Festival
Unknown venue,
Vashon Island, Washington.
Now in its 85th year, the event features a Grande Parade, a classic car and special interest parade, arts and crafts, street dances, lots of musical entertainment, a beer and wine garden, children's activities, and lots of food.
Additional Information: Call 206-463-6217.

July 13-14, 2002
Los Altos Art & Wine Festival
Main and State Streets,
Los Altos, California.
Now in its 23rd year, the event offers more than 450 artists' works, music on three stages, street performers, children's rides, food and wine, shuttle to larger parking lots.
Additional Information: Call 650-917-9799.

July 13-14, 2002
Santa Barbara French Festival
Oak Park,
Santa Barbara, California.
Cajun and French-Moroccan foods, three stages of entertainment, artists, marketplace, a poodle parade.
Additional Information: Call 805-564-7274.

July 13-14, 2002
Haddonfield Crafts & Fine
Arts Festival,
Downtown area,
Haddonfield, New Jersey.
Arts and crafts and plenty of food. Over 100,000 visitors are expected to attend. There is no admission charge.
Further information: Call 856-216-7253.

July 13-21, 2002
Potato Blossom Festival
Various venues,
Fort Fairfield, Maine.
Pageants, mashed potato wrestling, chess tournament, mud run, softball tournament, potato picking contest, rock climbing wall, flight simulation display, potato industry dinner (requires reservations and separate fee: call 207-769-5061), pancake breakfast, street dance, potato recipe contest, farm equipment displays, sidewalk arts and crafts fair, volleyball, horse show, parade, music, bicycle race (separate fee), bean supper, hay ride, fireworks, more.
Details: Call 207-472-3802.

July 15-18 , 2002
Various venues,
Waynesville, North Carolina.
Folk dancers and marchers from more than 80 countries, plus crafts and ethnic foods. There is an admission charge.
Further details: Call 828-452-2997 or 877-365-5872.

July 17-20, 2002
Durbin Days
Various venues,
Durbin, West Virginia.
Bingo, mechanical bull rides, carnival, pet show, parades, gospel music, tur of war, fireworks, horseback rides, bbq chicken dinner, horseshoe pitch, more.
Further information: Call 800-336-7009.

July 17-21, 2002
July Jubilee Days
Unknown venue,
Wylie, Texas.
Rodeo, arts and crafts, food booths and more.
Further details: Call 972-442-7588.

July 19-20, 2002
Celebrate Lavender Festival
Various venues,
Sequim, Washington.
Visit and tour area lavender farms, enjoy a street fair with entertainment and crafts, try festival foods, and more .
Additional Information: Call 800-500-8401.

July 19-20, 2002
Raspberry Festival
Various venues,
Lynden, Washington.
Sidewalk sale, Raspberry Run, bus tours of local raspberry industry, displays, free games, street vendors, music, basketball tournament, petting zoo and more.
Additional Information: Call 360-354-5995.

July 19-21, 2002
Unknown venue,
Somerset, Pennsylvania.
Vendors of all types, parade, children's area, Youth Arts area, musical and other entertainment. There is an admission charge.
More Details: Call 814-443-2433.

July 19-21, 2002
Bite of Seattle 2002
Seattle Center,
Seattle, Washington.
This is the 20th anniversary of this event, in which more than 50 area restaurants and 30-some food manufactures participate. Local charities benefit and you enjoy music and comedy along with some great food. Unilever Best Foods is sponsoring a replication of the Seattle skyline using canned and bottled foods to showcase their donations and work with local food banks.
Additional Information: Call 206-232-2982.

July 19-28, 2002
Paducah Summer Festival
Various venues,
Paducah, Kentucky.
In its 36th year, the festival offers horsedrawn carriage rides, museum tours, show of homes, hot air balloon glow, seniors' dance, Dive-In Theatre, a 5K Fund Run, greased pole contest, pet parade, Big Wheels race for kids, Oreo-stacking contest, ice cream social, watermelon fest, movies, library book sale, a showing of "The Wizard of Oz" with Pink Floyd's "Dark Side Of The Moon", Kidz Day In The Park, paratrooper demonstration, lawn mower races, fireworks, vendors, gospel music, other concerts. Some events require a fee.
Additional details: Call 800-PADUCAH.

July 19-28, 2002
Cheyenne Frontier Days
Various venues,
Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Rodeo, carnival/midway, pancake breakfast, musical entertainment, air show, parades, Native American demonstrations, arts and crafts, Some events are free.
Further information: Call 800-22-RODEO.

July 20, 2002
Mize Watermelon Festival
Downtown area,
Mize, Mississippi.
Watermelon seed-spitting accuracy contest, greased watermelon races, watermelon eating contest, plus more food and plenty of arts and crafts.
Additional Information: Call 601-733-2221.

July 20, 2002
Fiesta de Santiago-Villanueva
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Villanueva, New Mexico.
A Fiesta mass, music, games, fine crafts, dancing, raffle and food. There is no admission charge to the fiesta. The evening dance tickets have a charge.
Additional Information: Call 505-421-2856.

July 20-21, 2002
San Clemente Ocean Festival
San Clemente Pier,
San Clemente, California.
Art show, Woody car show, bodyboarding and bodysurfing clinics, dory boat races, longboard surfing competition, sand-sculpting contests. Fee for some events.
Additional Information: Call 949-440-6141.

July 20-21, 2002
Pirates on the Waterfront
Waterfront Harbor Lawn,
Louisville, Kentucky.
Pirate ship, parade of boats on the Ohio River, children's activities, treasure hunt, more.
Additional Information: Call 502-574-3061.

July 20-21, 2002
Ethnic Arts Festival
Dawes Park,
Evanston, Illinois.
More than 50 cultures are represented in arts and crafts plus dance, music and food.
Further information: Call 847-448-8058.

July 20-21, 2002
Blueberry Festival
Burnside Plantation,
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Crafts, blueberry treats and other foods, petting zoo, carousel tour, entertainment. There is an admission fee.
Details: Call 610-868-5044.

July 23-27, 2002
Plainfield Farmer's Fair
Unknown venue,
Plainfield, Pennsylvania.
This event has plenty of traditional community fair events with livestock and 4-H project judging, plus clowns, a pie eating contest, demolition derby, watermelon eating contest, Adult Pedal Tractor Pull, entertainment, pageant and more.
Further information: Call 610-863-6816 or 610-588-7041.

July 24-28, 2002
Berne Swiss Days Sesquicentennial
Various venues,
Berne, Indiana.
Celebrating 150 years of Swiss heritage with tours, baking contest, travelogues, horse pull competition, miniature horse pull, Steintoss competition, musical entertainment, plays, storytelling, sports competitions, carnival rides, art show, food and craft vendors. There is an admission charge for those age 6 and older.
Further information: Call 260-589-8080.

July 25-27, 2002
The Great Texas Mosquito Festival
Clute Municipal Park,
Clute, Texas.
Mosquitos Legs contest, Mosquito Calling contest, carnival rides (buy an armband and ride all you wish), over 100 booth full of arts and crafts and festival foods, horseshoe and washer pitching, Mosquito Chase, cooking contests, bike and skate tour, Xtreme Karaoke, Skeeter Beaters Baby Crawling Contest, Haystack Dive, and more. 20,000 are expected to attend. Pre-registration may be required for competitions.
Further information: Call 979-265-8392-or 800-371-2971.

July 25-27, 2002
Peterson Park,
Mattoon, Illinois.
Bingo, arts and crafts, Beautiful Bagel Baby Contest, carnival, food booths, Bagel Bonnet Contest, talent contest, beer tent, children's games, softball tournament, musical entertainment.
Further information: Call 217-258-6286.

July 25-28, 2002
Munger Potato Festival
Munger Community Park
Munger, Michigan.
Potato giveaway, parade, entertainment, demolition derby, lots of food, a circus, and a carnival.
Additional Information: Call 989-659-3270.

July 26-27, 2002
Heritage Days
Bangor, Pennsylvania.
Ethnic foods, arts and crafts, area bus tours, church tours, music and more.
Details: Call 610-588-4411.

July 26-28, 2002
North Kitsap Arts & Crafts Festival
unknown venue,
Port Gamble, Washington.
Arts and crafts, demonstrations, food and entertainment.
More Details: Call 360-297-8200 or 800-416-5615.

July 26-28, 2002
Various venues,
Lake Stevens, Washington.
Disc golf, pet show, children's parade, Miss Aquafest pageant, fireworks, grand parade, volleyball, horseshoes, pancake breakfast, classic car show, arts and crafts, more.
More: Call 425-334-0433.

July 26-28, 2002
Central Nebraska Ethnic Festival
Unknown venue,
Grand Island, Nebraska.
Munch on Indian tacos or Greek gyros while you enjoy Irish dancers and Mexican crafts. There are educational exhibits, street dances, areas for kids and interactive displays. The festival runs late on Friday and Saturday.
Further information: Call 800-658-3178 or 308-382-4400.

July 26-28, 2002
Gilroy Garlic Festival
Christmas Hill Park,
Gilroy, California.
Browse arts and crafts and enjoy entertainment while you munch on treats such as pasta con pesto, garlic bread, and there is usually some garlic ice cream to try. Lawry's Live offers cooking demonstrations and the Got Milk? Gravity Tour brings skateboarders and acrobatic in-line skaters for three shows each day. There is an admission charge. Gilroy downplays its heat factor, but if you go, carry sunscreen and a hat. They don't allow you to bring in your own coolers and drinks, so plan to buy! Please leave pets home unless they are Seeing Eye or Service animals.
More: Call 408-842-1625.

July 27, 2002
Henry County Harvest Showcase
Henry County Fairgrounds,
New Castle, Kentucky.
Chefs prepare locally grown produce, crafts, sack race, petting zoo, hay maze, farm products display, rides, more.
Further information: Call 502-845-0806.

July 27, 2002
Corona Centennial Festival
Hwy 42 and Hwy 54 Junction,
Corona, New Mexico.
Pancake breakfast, ranch rodeo, flea market, parade, music, dancing and food.
Further details: Call 505-849-1135 or 505-849-6886.

July 27-28, 2002
Fremont Festival of the Arts
Paseo Padre Parkway,
between Mowry & Walnut Avenues,
Fremont, California.
700 booths of arts, crafts, food, plus entertainment, Kid Zone, safety fair, wine and beer section and more.
Additional Information: Call 510-795-2240.

July 27-28, 2002
Arts & River Festival
Riverfront Park area,
Morgantown, West Virginia.
Art, wine, entertainment, and local cuisine.
Further information: Call 800-458-7373.

July 27 - August 3, 2002
Idaho International Folk
Dance Festival

Various venues,
Rexburg, Idaho.
Over 300 participants bring dance and music to the area, with a western barbecue and a rodeo.
Additional Information: Call 206-356-5700.

July 27-28, 2002
Salsa Festival
Plaza Park downtown,
Oxnard, California.
Arts and crafts, entertainment, salsa dancing, Salsa Taste Challenge. There is no admission charge.
Additional Information: Call 805-247-0197.

July 28, 2002
Moss Landing Antique Street Fair
Antique shop area
near harbor,
Moss Landing, California.
This event is almost a stone's throw from where I live, and although it's great fun, you'd better plan extra time for traffic on tiny, touristy Highway 1. The day starts with a pancake breakfast, then there are antiques and collectibles on display and for sale at shops and in booths. Various foods are available throughout the day, and you are right at the harbor area and the beach, so take time to enjoy the ocean views.
Further Details: Call 831-633-4501.

July 31 - August 4, 2002
Maine Lobster Festival
Harbor Park,
Rockland, Maine.
Waterfront activities, arts and crafts, parade, ship tours, harbor cruises, lobster cart races, music. There may be a fee.
Further information: Call 800-562-2529 or 207-596-0376.

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Check out Santa Cruz Barter!




Going It Alone?

It's the second day of July, and I am late getting the Review to you all this month. There were computer glitches, extra time away from my keyboard, visits with friends, a really unpleasant meeting to attend, and other things that kept me from meeting my deadline.

We've all had things interrupt our schedule, our train of thought, or our peace of mind. But I know there are others right now being interrupted by much greater things than I mentioned in the previous paragraph. Lives are on the line figuratively and literally.

If you are going it alone because you think you are all you have, you are taking a very hard road. There are people who will be there if you reach out. Sometimes you don't even have to reach first. They see you and they see through your made-up look of bravery and they come and comfort you anyway. And for those of you who will believe, there is One who cares for you most of all and wants to get you through the things we have to go through here. And it's temporary trouble we have here. There is an eternity to come where we will somehow have challenges but not blinding disappointments--growth but not failure-- and love without loss and heartache.

I once asked an agnostic friend what she would have wanted God to be like if there could be a God. She told me that everyone was always talking about God like a father, or at least a parent. Her own parents had failed her in just about every way a parent can--abuse, abandonment, ridicule, neglect. For her the idea of God being a Father was frightening and repulsive.

But we have other relationships in life that can help us understand what the love of God might be like. Some have children. Some have special mentors, colleages at work, siblings, friends, and extended family members we choose along our way in life.

So all I would say to you this time is not to go it all alone. If you think you must, then look around. And look again. And if you still can't see anyone on your side, then reach out first and take them into your own heart. Love creates love--in spite of the worst of times and even when we think we don't deserve it. We don't have to go it alone. And why would we want to see anyone else go it alone when we can be there for each another?

Or, as Joe Cocker put it...
"Love lifts us up where we belong!"



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.

Included are:
Where Is Your Heart (Moulin Rouge)
I'll Never Be Free
Don't Go To Strangers
Together Again

This CD was a long time
coming, but it was
worth waiting for.

Take a trip to Listen Recordings
where you can order your copy.

Michael Parks - Coolin Soup' - Listen Recordings


A Little Browsing...

Above: Metallic Choker Necklace

Left: Dreamcatcher Earrings

We're pleased to host the work of artisan Joan Garnand on our little patch of light on the web. Joan's creations are finally finding their way out of her Tennessee community and into the hearts of admirers everywhere.

Joan will be spending time this summer doing face painting and hand-painted stationery at Tennessee festivals.

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See the man in the banner below this text?
                Go ahead--take a look.
                                 Take a good, long look.
Memorize his face.
This man is Scott L. Schwartz.
If you ever get into trouble, you'll want him on your side.

This guy means business.
And his business is playing big and bad.
Big may come easy, because he's 6'10" and weighs about 300 pounds.
I'm not sure how he pulls off the bad part though, because he actually seems to be very...

Well, never mind. Just click on the banner and get ready for some action.

Scott plays a camouflage wrestler in the highly successful film Spiderman.

And now Oceans Eleven is out on VHS and DVD, so you can catch his action work in that film whenever you want!


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Remember to help me celebrate my upcoming 50th birthday! See the Special Feature in last month's Review for details!
Here's how to get your 10,000 extra points. Go to ADRA's Really Useful Gift Catalog. Go to the "A Little Something For You" section, and then get your very own Adraena, the bunny mascot. Send me a picture of you with Adraena in smail mail or email. You must have the picture to me by midnight, July 31, 2002 to qualify for the extra points!!
While you are at the catalog, please consider helping with other gifts. I have been a supporter of ADRA for years, and I admire the work they do in both the U.S. and in other countries. A lot of their work involves immunizing children and protecting the little ones against famine and disease. They also work with other agencies, through the United Nations and other organizations, to coordinate disaster relief in times of emergency. They are not one of the most well-known agencies in worldwide aid, but they are one of the best.

A friend has been studying for her U.S. citizenship test, so with that in mind, and in honor of Independence Day, I thought it would be a good time for all of us to think about what new citizens are asked. Can you pass the U.S. Citizenship Test?

If you love old books and have been hunting a special one, try the search Antiquarian Booksellers Associaton of America, where you can hunt for the type of book or the name (or location) of the bookseller.

Have a budding surfer or water skiier in the house? Take a look at the list of ski schools ski schools from USA Water Ski.

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