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The Artsy Site
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GFP Bunny
When art and science intersect it gets society's attention.

Handy Site
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Find out if it's fraud/urban legend/scam.

Web Page Design Site
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JimWORLD web site templates
Drop down menus and other goodies.

Seasonal Site
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For those special men.

Just Fun Site
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Thanks to friend Barb for this tip on online puzzles.
And here's one more for fans of
Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Scientific Site
Of The Month:

Scientific Formula For Love
Or is it scientific at all?

Historical Site
Of The Month:

Mesoamerican Ballgame
Flash presentation pointing out how the ballgames of today
have roots in some heavy religious issues.


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June Events
Festivals For June Travelers

June 1-2, 2002
Spring Arts & Festival
Berlin Fairgrounds,
Berlin, Connecticut.
150 artisans display and sell their wares from 10-5.
More information: Call 800-653-6585.

June 6-8, 2002
Helen Keller Festival
various venues,
Mesick, Michigan.
Carnival, largest Black Morel mushroom contest, raffle, softball tournament, helicopter rides, flea market, health checks, craft and hobby show, BBQ, Ping Pong Drop, horse pull, classic car show, music, luncheons, breakfasts, parade.
Additional Information: Call 231-885-2679.

June 7-8, 2002
Texas Blueberry Festival
various venues,
Nacogdoches, Texas.
Deja Blue car show, blueberry ice cream contest, blueberry cobbler contest, kids' activities, Blueberry Pancake Breakfast, Too Blue petting zoo, Blue Threads costume contest, pie eating contest, car swap meet, more.
Additional information: Call 936-560-5533.

June 7-8, 2002
Woodville Town Celebration
Woodville High School
(and other venues),
Woodville, Alabama.
Hayrides, gospel singing, food, bake sale, antique car show, crafts and educational booths. There is an admission charge.
More: Call 256-776-2860.

June 7-8, 2002
Chicken and Egg Festival
Prescott City Park,
Prescott, Arkansas.
Weight-lifting contest, tennis tournament, softball tournament, pony rides, train rides, arts and crafts, NASCAR remote control racing (extra fee), Mr. and Mrs. Drumstick contest.
Additional Information: Call 870-887-2101.

June 7-9, 2002
Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games
Maverick Stadium,
Arlington, Texas.
All-Scottish dog bred fun match, Celtic Harp workshop, Pub tent, shortbread contest, sheep dog demonstrations, All-Scottish breed dog show, Medieval Scotland area, living history encampment, Gaelic language seminar, kilted golf tournament, athletic competitions, children's games, falconry demonstrations, arts and crafts, food and more.
Ticket information: Call 800-342-4305.

June 7-9, 2002
Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival
Chapin Field,
Cambridge, New York.
Buffet and musical opening party, The Taste of Cambridge, bbq, balloon ascension, arts and crafts, more. Some events require admission.
Further information: Call 518-677-0887.

June 7-9, 2002
Church Point Buggy Festival
City Park,
Church Point, Louisiana.
Accordion contest, fiddle contest, buggy display, pageant, parade, carnival, Cajun food, entertainment, crafts.
Additional Information: Call 337-684-2739.

June 7-9, 2002
Strolling of the Heifers
Brattleboro, Vermont.
Strolling heifers on parade, Dairyfest and marketplace, Black and White Heifer Ball, milking contest, art, stories, music, theatre, farm tours and more.
Further information: Call 802-254-4565.

June 7-9, 2002
Sparta Butter Festival
Sparta Memorial Park,
Sparta, Wisconsin.
Parade, car show, food, carnival, entertainment.
Details: Call 800-354-BIKE.

June 7-15, 2002
Riverbend Festival
Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Children's Village, concessions, Fun Zone, Skyshow, 6 stages of entertainment, Riverbend Run, fireworks. There is an admission charge done by pins.
Additional Information: Call 423-756-2211.

June 8-9, 2002
Allentown Art Festival
downtown area,
Buffalo, New York.
This festival is now in its 45th year and features art and entertainment from craftspeople and performers from the U.S. and Canada.
Further information: Call 716-881-4269.

June 8-9, 2002
Potomac Celtic Festival
Morven Park International
Equestrian Center,
Leesburg, Virgina.
Juried art market, pipe bands, crafts demonstrations, Pub tent, workshops on languages and knotwork, storytelling, reenactments, music and dance, and food.
Additional Information: Call 800-752-6118.

June 8-15, 2002
Pink Tomato Festival
Courthouse Square area,
Warren, Arkansas.
Parade, tomato-eating contest, 5K run/walk, Kidland, Funland, entertainment, salsa contest, pageant, golf tournament, arts and crafts, food and drink, more.
NOTE: I am getting very conflicting dates on this one.
Always be sure to phone before you go any distance to a festival!
More Details: Call 870-226-5225.

June 13-15, 2002
Blueberry Festival
DeSoto Parish Airport,
Mansfield, Louisiana.
Blueberry Pancake Breakfast, vendors more.
Additional details: Call 318-872-1310.

June 13-16, 2002
Newport, Kentucky.
5k run, fireworks, pizza eating contest, golf, Italian Navy boat parade, cooking contest, more.
Additional Information: Call 859-292-3666.

June 14-16, 2002
Edmonds Arts Festival
Frances Anderson Center,
Edmonds, Washington.
Admission is free to this arts festival with artisans showing their wares. Over 75,000 are expected to enjoy art along with children's activities, entertainment, and festival food and drink.
Further information: Call 425-771-6412.

June 14-16, 2002
Rockwood River and Rails Festival
unknown venue,
Rockwood, Pennsylvania.
Petting zoo, antique cars, music, 5k race, craft vendors, food vendors, train displays, children's miniature train ride. Admission is free.
Further information: Call 814-926-2873.

June 14-16, 2002
International Washboard Festival
various venues downtown,
Logan, Ohio.
Music from washboards and jugs and other home-item instruments, plus food and arts and crafts, car show, parade, drawings for prizes, strong person contest (Washboard Abs Competition), more.
Details: Call 740-380-3828.

June 14-16, 2002
Bull Shoals White River State Park,
Mountain Home, Arkansas.
Fly fishing seminars, trout cooking demonstrations, fishing seminars.
Further information: Call 870-431-5521.

June 14-16, 2002
Antique Boat Festival
Maritime Museum,
St. Michaels, Maryland.
Over 100 vintage watercraft wil be on display in water or on land, with carvers, model boat builders, restorers, marine and wildlife artists, clinics on boat-building, vendors and food.
Additional Information: Call 410-571-8370.

June 14-16, 2002
McClure Radish Festival
unknown venue,
McClure, Ohio.
Contests and games, chicken bbq, cruise-in, dancing, food and beverages, radish recipe contest.
Further details: Call 419-592-1786.

June 14-25, 2002
Nebraskaland Days
various venues,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Mexican Fiesta, tennis and softball tournaments, rodeo, art show, quilt show, High Noon Shoot-Outs, all-male baking contest, carnival rides, parades, concerts, food, Family Night, stock care races, sandcastle building, flapjack feed, chili cook-off, buffalo sandwich feed, Miss Rodeo Nebraska luncheon.
Further details: Call 308-532-3789.

June 15, 2002
Alabama Blueberry Festival
Jefferson Davis
Community College,
Brewton, Alabama.
Antique car show, children's games, entertainment, more than 200 craftspeople displaying and selling work, variety of blueberry treats. There is no admission charge.
Further information: Call 334-867-3224.

June 15, 2002
Bostwick Blueberry Festival
unknown venue,
Palatka, Florida.
Arts and crafts, blueberry baking contest, pancake breakfast, rides and entertainment.
More Details: Call 904-329-2658.

June 15, 2002
Strawberry Festival
Owego, New York.
Crafts, parade, kids' activities, music, strawberry treats.
Further details: Call 800-671-7772.

June 15-16, 2002
West Boulevard Festival
Wilson Park,
Rapid City, South Dakota.
Arts and crafts, traditional and ethnic foods.
Details: Call 605-348-9439.

June 18-23, 2002
Western Pennsylvania Laurel Festival
various venues,
Brookville, Pennsylvania.
Used book sale, foot court, senior citizen's picnic, art and photo show, puppet show, teen dance, canine events, bingo, craft sale, quilt show, music, pancake breakfast, strawberry festival, road rally, music..
Additional Information: Call 814-849-8448.

June 19-22, 2002
unknown venue,
Bay Springs, Mississippi.
Antique car show, musical entertainment, tomato throwing contest, sack race, helicopter rides, motorcycle show, pageant, mule pull, pie eating contest, log cutting contest, arts and crafts, more.
More: Call 601-764-4112.

June 19-22, 2002
Oil Town Festival
Tennyson Park,
Smackover, Arkansas.
Horseshoes, Bunko, gospel singing, teen night, firefighter's bbq, cakewalk, ice cream social, volleyball, dog show, Oil Run, egg toss, watermelon eating contest, drill bit throwing, petting zoo, arts and crafts, more.
Additional Information: Call 870-725-5321.

June 19-23, 2002
Little Bighorn Days
Hardin, Montana.
Custer's Last Stand Reenactment, period costume ball, fair, rodeo events, parades, carnival, quilt show, street dance, arts and crafts, food and entertainment.
Tickets: Call 406-665-1672.

June 20-23, 2002
Athens, Georgia.
Music (including work by Erik Hinds Big Band, Grand Fury, Bluestring, Kitty Snyder and Young Antiques), music and arts seminar panels, KidsFest, more.
Additional Information: Call 706-548-1973.

June 21-23, 2002
Musky Festival
Main and 2nd Streets,
Hayward, Wisconsin.
Sidewalk sales, arts and crafts, food vendors, carnival, parade, fishing contest, 5K and 10K run, music, kids' games, more.
Further Details: Call 715-634-8662.

June 22-23, 2002
Strawberry Festival
Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
Art fair, crafts fair, contests, children's games, flower market, entertainment, food, pet pageant, 5K run/walk, lots of strawberries.
Additional Information: Call 800-237-2874.

June 26-29, 2002
Balloon Fest 2002
Whittington Park,
Greenwood, Mississippi.
Kid's Zone, over 85 hot air balloons, amusement rides, fireworks, entertainment and food.
More Details: Call 662-453-9197 or 800-748-9064.

June 27-29, 2002
County Courthouse area,
Malvern, Arkansas.
Brick toss, brick car derby, 5K run, fun run for kids, wheelbarrow race, dog show, 3-on-3 basketball, car and motorcycle show, pie baking contest, fishing tournament, entertainment, arts and crafts.
Additional Information: Call 501-332-2721.

June 27-30, 2002
Helen Keller Festival
various venues,
Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Over 50,000 people are expected to attend this event, in the home town of Helen Keller. There are athletic events, a parade, street concerts, arts and crafts, a bike ride, car and truck show, and performances of The Miracle Worker.
Additional Information: Call 256-383-0783 or 800-344-0783.

June 27-30, 2002
Scandinavian Hjemkomst Festival
various venues,
Moorhead, Minnesota.
Authentic arts and crafts, costumes, museum displays, dancing, folks art demonstrations, music and traditional foods.
Further information: Call 218-299-5452.

June 28-29, 2002
Purplehull Pea Festival
Emerson High School,
Emerson, Arkansas.
Street dance, arts and crafts, pea shelling contest, kids' bike race, horseshoes, dominoes, more.
Additional Information: Call 870-547-2707.

June 28-30, 2002
Pearl Day
City Park,
Pearl, Mississippi.
Singing, golf, softball, arts and crafts, more.
Details: Call 601-932-3541.

June 28-30, 2002
Northwest Connecticut Balloon
Festival and Craft Fair

Goshen Fairgrounds,
Goshen, Connecticut.
Hot air balloon rides, balloon glow, mass ascension, crafts, amusement rides, entertainment, car show, fireworks, petting zoo. There is an admission charge.
Further information: Call 860-489-FEST(3378).

June 28-July 7, 2002
2002 Taste of Chicago
Grant Park,
Chicago, Illinois
Food and beverage tickets are sold in strips and you pay for food and beverage with your tickets. Other festival activites are free and include music, rides, race (fee), Chicago Living Pavilion garden tips (and other events), fireworks. Please leave Fido home. Coolers may be brought in, but no alcohol.
More: Call 312-744-3315 or (hotline) 312-744-3370.

June 29-30, 2002
Freedom Festival
unknown venue,
Albertville, Alabama.
Fireworks, auto show, booths, kids' rides and games, entertainment.
More: Call 256-878-3821 or 800-878-3821.

June 29-30, 2002
Outdoor Arts and Crafts Festival
Main Street,
Lockport, New York.
Over 250 craft and food vendors participate.
Additional Information: Call 716-433-0813.

June 29-30, 2002
Peach Festival
various venues,
Clanton, Alabama.
Since 1947 this festival has focused on the peach growers of the area, with events now including a queen pageant, Peach Parade, Peach auction of prize fruit, peach-related art, a bbq and music.
Additional Details: Call 205-755-1105.

June 29-30, 2002
Wibaux, Montana.
Rubber duck race, ranch rodeo, parade, Husband and Wife wheelbarrow contest, outhouse race, more.
Further information: Call 406-796-2594.

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Summer School 2002

It's June and once again we're doing summer school. Every link is optional and so is homework!
Have fun, and learn something new whether you are 9 or 90!
Each weekday has a lesson, with weekends left free for other pursuits.
June 3
Anchor Site: Purpose and Benefit of U.S. Dams
Note the use of water in dams for recreation compared to the use for power. How might this change in coming years? (see NHA Hydro Facts Forecast for more information.)

Optional Field Trip: There are almost 77,000 dams in the United States. Visit your nearest one(s).
Further investigation: What impact might a project as large as China's Three Gorges Dam Project have on that country's future?
June 4
Anchor Site: The Gemstone Minerals
When your Aunt Sharon looks for jewelry on the Home Shopping Network and they tell her the stuff is full of "semi-precious" gemstones, what are they saying?

Another kind of jewel: Pearls: What they are and how we get them.
Natural? Synthetic? Simulant? What's the difference?
June 5
Anchor Site: Idea Workout Gym
What can you do to be more creative?

How To Conjure Up A Brainstorm: Here's what one creative writer suggests you can do to increase those ideas.
Developing Personal Creativity: 10 Keys to Developing Personal Creativity: Can you think of more?
June 6
Anchor Site: Torus and Klein Bottle Games
What if things did not end in the place where we think they end?

The Illusion Is Real: This encyclopedic entry on rainbows suggest that the spectrum of a rainbow is an optical illusion. Could other boundaries we perceive also actually be illusions? The human brain is a mass of tissue that has a finite amount of matter, and yet our thoughts have no real boundary.
Consider the possibilities: If the finite brain tissue can produce infinite thoughts, does it have a true boundary? And does the human ability to think about something mean that it actually exists in a sense? This is fun to explore!
June 7
Anchor Site: Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems
How are photovoltaic cells similar to computer chips?

Passive Solar Energy in Everyday Use: Although they used government monies to help fund the cost, whole housing projects have been built using passive solar techniques. Could your home use either passive solar adjustments or the addition of photovoltaic solar techniques to reduce the use of other types of energy?
Optional homework project: This solar cooker is made from a pizza box and some household items.
June 10
Anchor Site: Dictionary of Occupational Titles
If you chose a career or made a career change, which career(s) would you look into right now?

How do things look for your choices? Some jobs will pay better, or have more opportunities, in coming years. Take a look at your favorite career choices at this site offering the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
June 11
Anchor Site: Weird Frog Facts
Are all toads frogs or are all frogs toads?

Why care about frogs? Frogs have amazing skin.
Personal Involvement: You can be part of monitoring these animals and how their place in the environment intersects our own, by visiting Frogwatch USA.
June 12
Anchor Site: Hanging Gardens of Babylon
What do you think the Gardens looked like?

Gardens As History: Throughout the ages elaborate gardens have been used to send political and social messages of wealth and power.
Gardens as sacred places: From creation stories to modern shrines, gardens have figured into the spiritual life of humans. This Sacred Garden Portfolio shows one such example. Can you find spiritual gardens in your area?
June 13
Anchor Site: ADA: Healthy Living
Nutritional advice has changed rapidly in recent times. If a starch-based diet is best for those with diabetes, does it follow that it may also be best for the general population?

Further Reasoning: If a diet high in protein and low in carbohydrates is not recommended for those who wish to avoid (or lessen the effects of) overworked kidneys, osteoporosis, heart disease and cancer, would it be valuable to consider these same effects on the general population?
In Depth: Macronutrients: Do you deserve the best nutrition? You can learn more about fat, protein, carbohydrates and macronutrients through a comparison of the typical Western diet with some others.
June 14
Anchor Site: Light Station Components
Since early lighthouses were maintained round-the-clock by people, a huge consideration in building them was the living quarters for the keeper.

Optional Field Trips: Find the Lighthouses to visit in your region.
June 17
Anchor Site: Micro-Budget Films
Have you always wanted to make your own movie? It's common for blockbuster films to cost upwards of $50 million dollars and even more. Could you make a film for less than $10,000? Other people have done it.

Further Investigation: With so many of us having access to computers and software, many of the Film Making Tools for amateur films are already right at one's fingertips.
June 18
Anchor Site: Communicating With People Who Have A Hearing Loss
Someone once told me, "Deaf is invisible". It is very difficult to look at someone and realize they do not hear as well as an average person.

Evening The Playing Field: Telephone and computer advances have made communication and access to information more available for the Deaf and hard of hearing. What other ways have computers been of help to people who have body challenges that are not considered "average"?
June 19
Anchor Site: Paint Glossary
Modern paint is a lot more than just color.

The Pressure's On: Military applications of paint include the use of Pressure-sensitive paint. There are paints that resist the application of graffiti, fire-retardant paints, paints that glow in the dark, and many other kinds. What other properties could paint have that would be of benefit ?
June 20
Anchor Site: Credit Scores
There is a tremendous amount of power in that three-digit number that supposedly reflects your risk as a borrower. Is getting and keeping a high score a cut-and-dried affair, or is it extremely subjective?

Are you a big spender? See how your spending compares with others in a similar household with the Instant Budget Maker.
June 21
Anchor Site: How A Hurricane Forms
What conditions produce the storms we call hurricanes?

How To Track A Hurricane: Here's a map to let you track a hurricane.
Are there any current hurricanes? Find out at theNational Hurricane Center.
June 24
Anchor Site: The History Of Last Names
How did you get your name?

The Last Shall Be First: Chinese tradition is to have the family name first.
Then and Now: Compare the most popular baby names for 1900 with the most popular baby names for 2001 in the United States.
June 25
Anchor Site: National Traffic and Road Closure Information
The system of roads in the United States is always undergoing new construction and repair.

Are more roads the answer? One approach says More mass transitis the best answer to busy city streets and congested roads during commute times.
Optional homework: Take a look at your own area's roads and highways, including their general condition and the amount of traffic that they carry each day.
June 26
Anchor Site: How do they blend fabrics?
If you buy something made of a linen-polyester "blend", what does that mean? How did they get the two materials to work as one fiber?

New clothing features: New fabrics can helpprotect us from the elements as well as resist wrinkles and adjust to the body's movements in cases such as using fingertip touch on a built-in fabric keyboard.

June 27
Anchor Site: Using music in maths and reading
What if the ability to read well or to do math could be enhanced by listening to music?

June 28
SURPRISE! This is a free day!
I hope you had a great time and will continue to extend your Summer School experience into each day of your life!

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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.

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


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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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                                 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 new 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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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.

Summer and the beach and picnics and sand go together. How about building a sand castle with the help of Sand Castle Central.

You can find great ways to fit more veggies into your outdoor fun with Summer Veggies.

If you're not busy enough this summer, you might try entering the Graceful Envelope Contest or one of the painting/poster competitions at Art August.

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