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prosperity, a refuge in adversity,
and a provision in old age."
To parents, teachers, and other guardians of children:
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to stop by and browse.
But, remember - I have no control over outside links.
For happiest results, please surf the Web with your kids!


The Artsy Site
Of The Month:

Architecture of boomerang arches, sheet glass,
flying saucer-like layers.

Personal Home Page
Of The Month:

Matt McIrvin's Home Page
Deceivingly simple opening page with links to much more.

Web Page Design Site
Of The Month:

Craig Richards' CGI script debugging tool.

Seasonal Site
Of The Month:

misc.transport.road FAQ
Driving on vacation this summer?
Find out more about ghost ramps, and
learn why I-180 in Wyoming has stoplights.

Just Fun Site
Of The Month:

Yahtzee Online
One of those addictive games.

Downright Serious Site
Of The Month:

Food Safety Outside Home
Keeping your Summer picnics and outdoor meals safe.

Historical Site
Of The Month:

Antitrust, Again
And now Mobile and Exxon join forces.
Is it all just a cruel game (with litle real change) in the end?


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June Events
festivals For June Travelers

June 1-4, 2000
Bass Festival
Palmer Park, Mancelona, Michigan.
Carnival, fireworks, grand parade, flea market, bass fishing contest, black powder shoot, arts and crafts bazaar, country night entertainment.
Further information: Call 231-587-2277.

June 1-4, 2000
Blues By The Bay
Everett's Waterfront at the Marina,
Everett, Washington.
Carnival, food, parade, classic car show, Hawaiian food and music (there will be a beer garden, but plenty of other options), plus music by artists such as Fat James, Smokin' Gun, Steel Blue and Lloyd Jones Struggle.
Additional Details: 425-259-0131.
June 1-4, 2000
Greek Festival
110 Cathedral Avenue,
Hempstead, Long Island, New York.
Greek pastry cafe, wine and cheese tent, games, boutique, Greek music and dancing, gyro and other Greek foods, rides, prizes, guided church tours, byzantine mosaics. Admission is free.
Additional Details: 516-483-5700.
June 2-4, 2000
Great Wisconsin Cheese Festival
Doyle Park,
Little Chute, Wisconsin.
Cheese carving contest, cheese curd eating contest, music and other entertainment, cheesecake contest (the are cut and sold by the slice afterward), free cheese tasting, sports events, children's games, Big Cheese Parade, Big Cheese Breakfast.
Additional Details: 920-788-7390 or 920-788-7380.
June 2-4, 2000
Center and Freedonia Streets,
Longview, Texas.
Art, music, science and crafts for kids, 1 mile run, 5k run, 10k run, sand volleyball tournament, basketball-hoop shooting competitions, food. There will be a gospel music workshop on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until noon. Small admission fee charged for festival.
Additional Details: 903-753-3281.
June 2-4, 2000
Goombay Festival
Grand Avenue,
Coconut Grove, Florida.
Nassau-style celebration with costumed groups in parade. Arts and crafts, food.
Additional Details: 305-372-9966.
June 2-4, 2000
Pere Marquette Park downtown,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Ethnic and local foods, 12 stages of entertainment. Admission to the festival is free.
Additional Details: 414-297-9855.
June 3-4, 2000
North Kansas City Barbecue and Funfest
18th & Fayette,
North Kansas City, Missouri.
Missouri State Barbecue Championship, antique engine display, moonlight dance, classic car show, children's activities.
Additional Details: 816-274-6000.
June 3-4, 2000
Party In The Park
Elm Ridge Park on Elm Street,
Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
Crafts, carnival, fireworks, music.
Additional Details: 860-258-2772.
June 3-4 and 10-11, 2000
Valhalla Renaissance Festival
Richardson Wood (Camp Richardson),
South Lake Tahoe, California.
This one benefits the Tallac Historic Site. There are plenty of costumed jugglers, jesters and other performers to amuse, over 100 vendors of modern and period crafts, children's glen, foods such as turkey legs, traditional and modern beverages, a jousting exhibition held twice a day, more. Admitance is $9 for adults, $6 for seniors and $4 for children ages 6-12. The festival site is on Highway 89 south of Lake Tahoe. You may park at the festival for $3 or take advantage of the shuttle from South Lake Tahoe High School.
More information: Call 530-542-4166.
June 8-11, 2000
Smoky Hill River Festival
Oakdale Park,
Salina, Kansas.
Arts and crafts displays, demonstrations, and sales return this 23rd year. There are activities for children, including face painting, interactive art, games and entertainment. Bike race, kite demonstration, roving performance artists, River Ramble Walk. 32 food vendors will provide temptations of their own. Music by SoVoSo and others. Admission for those over age 11.
Information: Call 785-826-7410.
June 9-11, 2000
Great American Brass Festival
Danville, Kentucky.
Chautauqua Tea with music and readings, decorator picnic, parade, historic tours by trolley. The Advocate Brass Band of Danville hosts the event with over a dozen brass bands participating, including some from Denmark, Italy and Ukraine.
Information: Call 859-236-2361.
June 9-11, 2000
The Reunion Of The Millennium:
Hatfields & McCoys

Landmark Inn (and other venues),
Pikeville, Kentucky.
Open-air street festival with lectures, plays, rides, food, crafts, sports and music, and a tug-of-war between the Hatfields and McCoys.
More: Call 912-284-9807.
June 9-11, 2000
Long Steel Rail Festival
East Ely Railroad Depot,
East Ely, Nevada.
Folk music, dancing, food and storytelling aimed at re-creating life on the rails in a "Hobo Jungle".
Additional Information: Call 775-289-8877.

NOTE: If you're traveling in this area, you won't want to miss Great Basin National Park, 60 miles away, which is home to the very old Bristlcone Pines and Lehman Caves.

June 10-11, 2000
California Raisin Country Festival
California State University Fresno Campus,
Fresno, California.
A country-style fair with children's events, music, rides, oatmeal cookies made from the winning contest entry, free samples of raisins.
More: Call 559-437-9094.
June 10-11, 2000
Ice Cream Social
13 Oenoke Ridge (Route 124),
New Canaan, Connecticut.
Homemade ice cream and cakes, crafts, colonial games, car show, tours of museum, held from 1-4 in the afternoon.
More: Call 203-966-1776.
June 10-11, 2000
Art In The Park
Washington Park,
Burlingame, California.
30th annual event includes Entertainment, food (including fried plaintains), over 200 artist booths.
Additional Information: Call 650-558-7300.
June 10-11, 2000
Potomac Celtic Festival
Morven Park Equestrian Center on Route 15,
Leesburg, Virginia.
Juried arts and crafts market, storytellers, thatching demonstrations, ethnic music and dance, weaving demonstrations, Irish jamming music each afternoon, pipe bands, authentic foods. There will also be clan and society folks there to help you with your genealogy. Admission charge.
Information: Call 800-752-6118.
June 10-11, 2000
Youth In Arts Italian Street Painting Festival
Fifth and A Streets,
San Rafael, California.
Professional and student street painters invite 1200 visiting children to assist them in a 400-year old tradition.
Information: Call 415-457-4878.
June 15-18, 2000
El Dorado County Fair
Placerville, California.
All the fun of a county fair, plus special events such as a sand sculpting demonstration, Golden Anniversary Reception for couples married 50 years or longer (you must bring a momento with you for admittance), wheelbarrow races, and premium wine-tasting from county wineries. You know, even if you are a teetotaler you should visit, and tell them you'd like to see them bottle unfermented juice. If more folks asked for this (and bought when it happened), the more juice would be available.
Information: Call 530-621-5860.
June 16-18, 2000
Cottonwood Prairie Festival
Brickyard Park,
Hastings, Nebraska.
Fine arts, crafts, music, entertainment, food.
Information: Call 402-461-2368.
June 16-18, 2000
Art On The Common
Cohasset Common,
Cohasset, Massachusetts.
In its 45th year, the festival features arts and crafts, food vendors, children's events, brass ensembles, gospel choir, fiddlers' gathering.
Information: Call 781-383-2787.
June 16-18, 2000
Strawberry Days
Sayre "Strawberry" Park,
Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Rodeo, pageant, entertainment, Kidsfest, music, parade, juried crafts fair, food, beergarden, free strawberries and ice cream. The festival has run for over 100 years.
Information: Call 970-945-1531.
June 16-18, 2000
Tigard Balloon Festival
Cook Park,
Tigard, Oregon.
Early morning hot air balloon launch, pancake breakfasts, carnival rides, music, beer and wine garden, food booths, volleyball tournament, classic car "cruise-in".
Information: Call 503-639-4171.
June 17-18, 2000
Land Of The Loon Arts & Crafts Festival
Olcott Park,
Virginia, Minnesota.
This festival is now in its 24th year.
Information: Call 218-749-5555.
June 19-23 and 26-30, 2000
Greater New Haven Pizza Festival
New Haven Green,
New Haven, Connecticut.
This is year number 5, with free concerts, plus pizza tastings from area pizzerias from 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm each day. The music is free, but pizza tasting carries a fee.
Information: Call 203-776-9900.
June 22-24, 2000
Moline, Illinois.
Arts and crafts, childen's activities, night boat parade, fireworks, music by Poco, Night Ranger and others. Small admission charge.
Information: Call 309-797-0462.
June 22-25, 2000
Boise River Festival
Festival Grounds,
Boise, Idaho.
This the the festival's 10th year. Parade, children's activites, hot-air balloons, carnival, sporting events, food, entertainment.
Information: Call 208-338-8887.
June 22-25, 2000
Glenn Miller Festival
City Park (and other venues),
Fort Morgan, Colorado.
Vintage aircraft display, parade, historic tour, picnic and concert in the park, dinner and dancing with music by The Glenn Miller orchestra (conducted by Larry O' Brien), Little Brown Jug Race, media presentations on life of Glenn Miller.
Information: Call 800-354-8660.
June 22-25, 2000
Utah Arts Festival
Utah State Fairpark,
Salt Lake City, Nevada.
Performance art, glassblowing demonstrations, children's art yard, puppet pavilion, artisans and crafters, entertainment, peruvian (and other) foods, micro-brews, coffee garden, music by performers such as Mambo Jumbo and Nachtmusik.
Information: Call 801-322-2428.
June 23-25, 2000
Michigan Challenge Balloonfest XVI
Howell High School complex/downtown area,
Howell, Michigan.
60 Hot air balloons, Aerial Allstars Skydiving Team, the world's first handicapped-accessible balloon, Windjammers Stunt Kite Team, Medieval Village, arts and crafts, car show, carnival rides, food and drink.
Information: Call 517-546-3920.
June 23-25, 2000
Sore Saddle Steamboat Bike Festival
Sore Saddle Cyclery at 12th & Yampa, other venues
Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Pre-register for all events at the Cyclery. Mountain Bike Rides, BMX races, group road ride, group tandem ride, BMX stunt shows, trials competition, hill climbs, Junior open, wheelie competition.
Information: Call 970-879-1675.
June 23-25, 2000
Polish Fest
Henry W. Maier Festival Park, 200 E. Harbor Drive,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Polish music and dance, storytelling, Chopin piano competition, Polish sheepdogs, genealogy tent, travel tent, folk art demonstrations, over 30 food vendors selling American and Polish foods such as Dill Pickle Soup and Pierogi.
Information: 414-529-2140.
June 23-25, 2000
Northwest Connecticut Balloon Festival
& Craft Fair

Goshen Fairgrounds on Route 63,
Goshen, Connecticut.
Hot air balloon ascensions, fireworks, juried craft show, Civil War encampment, carnival rides, food Admission is charged.
Information: Call 860-489-3378.
June 23-25, 2000
Des Moines Arts Festival
Downtown Riverfront,
Des Moines, Iowa.
Fireworks, juried arts, culinary demonstrations, children's activities, music by Des Moines Metro Opera and others. Festival admission is free but some concerts may have a fee.
Information: Call 515-282-8236 ext. 202.
June 23-25, 2000
Susanville Centennial Celebration
Main Street historic area,
Susanville, California.
Susanville was incorporated 100 years ago. The town was named in honor of the founder's daughter, so the search is on to find all the people named Susan (everyone else is also welcome to attend) to help the town celebrate. There will be a swing dance, a Victorian tea, home tours, and a chocolate festival, along with food booths, crafters, picnics, and a street carnival. On Sunday there will be birthday cake, and prizes for the oldest Susan, youngest Susan, most in family, farthest away, and also drawings for Susans from each state.
Information: Call 530-257-1013.
June 30-July 2, 2000
National Basque Festival
Elko, Nevada.
Basque culture is celebrated with events such as exhibition wood chopping, weight lifting, music, dance, parade, traditional food and drink.
Information: Call 775-738-7135.

Note: While in Elko you might try to visit the Western Folklife Center at 5th and Railroad Streets (I believe admission is free). There are also gold mine tours with Barrick Goldstrike Mines. You should call (775-934-9274) them for reservations a couple of days in advance, since there are only two tours per day.

It's always best to call ahead to verify festival information.

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Summer School 2000

We did this last year in June,
and got quite a bit of positive feedback,
so we're having another round of a Summer School
with no classroom, no mandatory homework and no deadlines.
You can do as much or as little as you like.

There's at least one site or topic for each weekday in June,
and you have your weekends free for other kinds of learning.

Thursday, June 1
Anchor site: Infonation
This shows you countries which belong to the United Nations and compare the information in up to seven countries at a time.
Geography Challenge: Where Is That? A game in which you identify countries and/or capitals. There is also a 2-player version.
Mapping Assignment: Draw a map of your everyday life. Start with where you live and put the places on the map that you visit a lot, or that matter a lot to you. This is not a map on which you have to list every house and business and tree, if you don't want to. This is a map that is all yours, so you might have a road from your house to a doughnut shop, to school, to a playground, to church. You can color the map, make copies of it, and do whatever else you like.
Cultural Challenge: Here are some extra questions you for which you might like to find the answers.

Friday, June 2
Anchor Site: Keeping Track of Your Savings
Math is for real life, and nowhere is this more clear than when we deal with money.
Then there's Baseball...and math
Treasure Hunt: Use your skills in math division to find the necklace in Victoria Search.

Monday, June 5
Anchor Site: Record-setting marine mammals
The fastest swimming pinniped was a California Sea Lion clocked at 25 miles per hour.
More On Ocean Dwellers: Learn about the group of mammals we call Whales.

Tuesday, June 6
Anchor Site: Big Ears--Original Online Ear Trainer
You can listen to musical intervals and guess what they are. Big Ears will tell you if you are correct.
Focus On Musical Scales: Natural Forces in the Origin of the Do Re Mi Music Scale. Diatonic, Pentatonic and more scales. What is an overtone?
More on music and sound Physics in Music. Frequency, echoes, vibration and wave forms, and how they make music.

Wednesday, June 7
Anchor Site: DNA-o-gram Generator - Send a DNA virtual postcard to your friends.
You can send the card to yourself and then when you decode the message, you'll be shown how to create a mutation, and how one tiny variation in the code can make a big difference in the complete message.

Thursday, June 8
Anchor Site: Fast Food Facts
Can you find any fast food items that have no more than 10 per cent of their calories in fat?
Nutrition Challenge: Use the Food Guide Pyramid to find out which milk proucts are lower in fat? How much fruit is considered on serving?

Friday, June 9
Anchor Site: Snow Crystals
How do snowflakes form? Learn why snowflakes at the South Pole might look different from those that fall on other parts of the earth.
Focus On Another Weather Phenomenon: Hurricane Basics

Monday, June 12
Anchor Site: Colorworm Teaches About Color
What is a warm color? A cool color? What are primary colors?
Color and Mood Change Tuning Into Your Color Choices What happened to a prison inmate who was put into a pink room?
Crayons' Place In History Art Timeline What came first - the fountain pen or the crayon?
History and Future of Color History of Color How do inventions, technology, environmental concerns and other factors change the color of manufactured items such as clothing and home furnishings?

Tuesday, June 13
Anchor Site: 12 Credit Card Secrets
Even if you are a child, you are living in a world where credit is king. When you get your first credit account, you can get the very best offer possible by doing some research first.
Credit Reports and Truth Fair Credit Reporting Whether or not you get that credit card may depend on a Consumer Reporting Agency. What power do these companies have to grant or deny you access to credit?
Debt=Liability A Dozen Ways To Cut Your Debt Could your family use any of these ideas to have less debt?

Wednesday, June 14
Anchor Site: Arabic poems
We usually write about the things around us. Notice mentions of olive trees, Arabic coffee and stones in these poems.)
Comparative Literature Chinese poetry What are the trees and other things this Chinese poem mentions?
Special Writing Assignment: Write a poem about what your life is like now, using objects in your area of the world, so that someone reading the poem would be able to figure out what country or area you live in.

Thursday, June 15
Anchor Site: Bridges
help us get over canyons and rivers and even busy streets.
Personal ObservationAre there any bridges near where you live, and if so, are they cantilevered, suspension, truss?
Optional Homework Build A Bridge

Friday, June 16
Anchor Site: The Day The Solar Wind Disappeared
Scientists are still studying how this could happen.
Virtual Field Trip Trip Through The Sun A lot goes on to make the sun "shine" on us.
Extra CreditSpeed of Light in MatterMore on light and how it changes our world.

Monday, June 19
Anchor Site: Flight Pack
Design your own helicopter.
Suggested Reading: The World's Smallest Motors The nanomachines are coming!

Tuesday, June 20
Anchor Site: Oatmeal Box Pinhole Photography
Photographs are a nice momento of things in life.
Virtual Class Project Kodak PhotoQuilt Be a part of this millennium project by adding your picture.

Wednesday, June 21
Anchor Site: Music Genre Sampler
Some basic styles of music which are often blended to make new songs.
Practical Experience Scratch Simulator Mix it up musically!

Thursday, June 22
Anchor Site: Financing the Civil War
There are many casualties of war, one of which is the effect on economics.
A Place For Money Money Scents More on the history of money and its uses.
Money Basics Department of the Treasury All about savings bonds, taxes and more.

Friday, June 23
Anchor Site: BeatCalc
Why spend your whole summer fighting math. Learn some short cuts!
More Fun With Math Math puzzles

Monday, June 26
Anchor Site: Cyber Newseum
The media cover what happens.
Practice Analytical Thinking: Time For Kids How is an edition of Time For Kids different from Time written for adults?
Extra Credit:Look into a news story that interested you and rewrite what you've learned about it. Be as accurate and objective as you possibly can. Then, rewrite the story in a more confrontational tabloid style. Which was easier to write?

Tuesday, June 27
Anchor Site: Chemistry Tour
These are chemistry basics.

Wednesday, June 28
Anchor Site: Web Dances by Richard Lord
The art of dance is being shown in new ways.
Virtual Class Project Get together with friends and have a dance festival. Teach a dance you know and learn one you don't know.

Thursday, June 29
Anchor Site: Explore the Nervous System
The brain and spinal cord are the center of movement, sensation and more in the body.
Special Fun Challenge: Quick Quizzes A great way to challenge your brain.

Thursday, June 29
Anchor Site: When The Twins Went To War
An old fable from Eastern Russia.
To Think About: What if you heard this story aloud? What would the voices of the different characters sound like? Would the story go fast or slow?
Special Assignment: Think of a story you have heard someone from your family or neighborhood tell more than once. Did the story sound just the same every time? Did the person who told the story change the sound of their voice for different characters in the story? Did they speak loudly, softly, quickly, slowly? Was the story exciting or comforting? Learn to tell some stories. You can make them up or repeat good ones you have heard.

Okay! School's out!
But remember to keep learning!

A Little Browsing...

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.
Check out Joan's zucchini/squash casserole recipe.
This busy lady also began her TV stint last month, and is sharing her cake decorating and candy-making skills on a local Chattanooga station.

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These were very popular when I was growing up, and are a fun way to have a variety of small plants in a small space. Find out how to do Dish Gardens and Terrariums. They give several ideas for plants well-suited to the hobby, but I wonder about the inclusion of the Norfolk Island Pine. We had one as a tabletop Christmas tree in 1994, and it's now as tall as I am, and is in a very large container on our front porch and in need of more room.

     bullet      Terms like "pirate radio" and "low power FM" are going to gain new meaning. Some people are already seeing radion as a new way to broadcast from any old place any old time. As you read this, the FCC is still determining what is and isn't allowed. In the meantime, they're having fun at Hobby Broadcasting Online.
With the shake-up of airwaves that will happen once HDTV takes its place, the questions of what can and should go on the air, and who should be allowed to broadcast, will become more and more heated. For the two-part piece on HDTV, see the January 2000 and February 2000 issues of Deb's Monthly Review.

If you like doing your own woodworking, but can't afford to make a whole piece of furniture out of mahogany, maybe a veneer is your answer. Check out Veneer News. Click on the Veneer Scans section to see photos of beautiful wood veneer.
Good for another month!
Help the Red Cross without even giving blood. For every unique visitor (you may click once a day) who clicks on the Ribbit button at Charity Frogs (until July 1, 2000), they will donate $1 (up to $1,000,000).

If you have a relative or friend who is so computer-shy they are even afraid to begin by operating a mouse, have them sit down in front of the New User Tutorial. They begin by hitting the ENTER key and are shown exactly how to proceed.

Real estate is a hot commodity right now. People are overbidding on houses in some places. But if anyone has tried to get you to invest in some real estate deal that has to do with "nothing down" or some gold mine of a course they claim will have you wearing top designer clothes and riding in your own jet, let John T. Reed clue you in with The Real Estate B.S. Artist Detection Checklist Article.

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Heard in passing...

For the diehard football fans out there, it's less than four months until ABC Monday Night Football has its opening game September 4. St. Louis will host Denver.
And what is this story I keep hearing about Rush Limbaugh wanting to be a color analyst for the games?

What a great idea! Hasbro has introduced a new 12-inch figure in its GI Joe line. The Navaho Code Talker speaks seven different phrases in Navaho and in English. All the Navaho Code Talkers who are still living will receive a figure of their own.
If you're curious to know more about the code, here's a declassified listing of the words from 1945. There have also been Choctaw and Comanche Code Talkers. In 1992 a Code Talker exhibit was dedicated at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.

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