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November 2, 2006
Christmas Honey Festival
Minco, Oklahoma
Now in its 16th year, the festival gives a nod to both a season of giving and local industry. Plans include a pancake breakfast and a quilt show (last year there were more than 40 quilts). Tour the local honey plant and browse for gift baskets of honey products, check out the honey baking contest, enter the 5K road run, cheer for the kiddie tractor pull, enjoy arts and crafts, find festival foods to tempt your palate. The fun is from 9am-4pm and there is no admission charge.
Additional Details: Call 405-352-4274

November 2-4, 2006
Main Street Festival
Historic downtown,
Laurel, Mississippi
Cooking contests, arts and crafts, 5K race, carnival, festival foods, musical entertainment. Hours are 6-10pm on Thursday, 5-11:30pm on Friday and 9am-6pm on Saturday.
Find Out More: Call 601-428-6142 or 601-428-7044

November 2-5, 2006
First Coast Ham Jam
Reynolds Park Yacht Center
at 1063 Bulkhead Rd.,
Green Cove Springs, Florida
Kids' talent contest, pony rides, exhibits, carnival, BBQ cooking competition, arts and crafts, entertainment. At this writing Mark Chestnut and the Artimus Pyle Band were among those scheduled to perform. It's the festival's 19th year.
Get the Facts: Call 904-276-4746

November 3-4, 2006
Louisiana Pecan Festival
Front Street,
Colfax, Louisiana
In its 38th year the festival offers a pageant, carnival. festival merchandise, fireworks, arts and crafts, contests, food parade, musical entertainment.
Questions? Call 318-627-5196

November 3-4, 2006
Florida Seafood Festival
Battery Park,
Apalachicola, Florida
Oyster shucking contest, parade, maritime and fishing industry exhibits, oyster eating contest, activities for kids, Redfish Run, seafood and other treats, arts and crafts, blessing of the fleet, music.
Details: Call 888-653-8011

November 3-4, 2006
Alabama Pecan Festival
Tillman's Corner Community Center
(5055 Plantation Road),
Mobile, Alabama
Enjoy a talent contest, talent contest just for kids, gospel music, activities for kids, carnival, pecan pie and other pecan goodies, arts and crafts, food vendors, pageant, entertainment. Try the fried okra. If that doesn't appeal to you, there are always familiar favorites such as nachos and pizza.
Further Information: Call 251-401-5555

November 3-4, 2006
Urbanna Oyster Festival
Urabanna, Virginia
There is an Oyster Festival Parade on Saturday, an oyster shucking contest, pageants, music, arts and crafts, activities for kids, rides for kids, Fireman's Parade with more than 80 engines off all types, merchant specials. It's the 49th year for this celebration.
Questions? Call 804-758-0368

November 3-5, 2006
Heritage Harbor Days
Heritage Park,
Foley, Alabama
Now in its 6th year, this event will feature cultural exchange with sister city Lafayette, Louisiana. Enjoy a Friday night concert, fireworks, Cajun foods and cultural information, stories, food and music. There is no admission charge. Hours are 9am-5pm.
Get The Facts: Call 251-943-1200

November 3-5, 2006
Flapjack Festival
Land O' Lakes Community Center
on Hwy. 41,
Pasco, Florida
Parade (11am on Saturday), flapjack eating contest, free flapjacks from 8-10am on Saturday, Mr. Legs Contest, flapjack breakfast 8-10am on Sunday, talent show, arts and crafts, magic show. It's the festival's 29th year.
Further Information: Call 813-909-2722

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November 3-5, 2006
Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival
Seville Square,
Pensacola, Florida
Heritage art and craft demonstrations from days gone by, balloons, face painting, music on 2 stages, art projects for kids, more than 200 artisans showing and selling their work. The event runs from 9am-5pm. There is no admission charge. Please leave pets comfortably at home while you enjoy the festivities.
Details: Call 800-874-1234

November 3-5, 2006
Savannah Seafood Festival
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Rousakis Plaze/River Street area,
Savannah, Georgia
Tours aboard fishing vessels, Zydeco and Reggae (and more) music, roving entertainers, juried arts and crafts, games, seafood and other festival treats.
Learn More: Call 912-234-0295

November 3-5, 2006
Louisiana Swine Festival
various venues,
Basile, Louisiana
Carnival & games, pageant, activities for kids, entertainment by Bayou Kats and others, greasy pig contest, barbecue competitions, boudin eating contest, parade (1pm on Sunday), Swine Festival Mass at At. Augustine Church.
Info: Call 337-230-1479 or email

November 3-5, 2006
Special Olympics Fall Festival
Villanova University,
Villanova, Pennsylvania
This is a festival of the human spirit. It's the 18th year for this gathering of athletes from 44 countries. More than a thousand athletes participate, along with 400 coaches. Students handle the festival as athletes try their skills at power lifting, bocce, soccer, volleyball, long distance running, roller skating and roller hockey. (Note that some events are held at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr and at Skate 309 in Hatfield.) All events are held rain or shine. Volunteers are welcome to help and that includes being there as part of a cheering team. You may not find carnival rides and such things at this event, but you'll come away very happy that you took time to attend.
Get The Facts: Call 610-519-7244

November 3-12, 2006
National Peanut Festival
Fairgrounds on Hwy. 231 S.,
Dothan, Alabama
It's the festival's 63rd year. Expect fun such as the Sea Lion Splash show, a demolition derby, pageants, carnival, parades (one at 2pm on Nov. 4 & main parade at 9:30am on Nov. 11), antique tractor display, special days for military and veteran visitors, Senior Day on Nov. 9, music by Steven Curtis Chapman plus Joe Nichols and others, and a wedding on the midway Nov. 4.
Find Out More: Call 334-793-4323 or 866-277-3962

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November 4, 2006
Jackson Fall Festival
Commerce Street area downtown,
Jackson, Alabama
Lumberjack competition, car show, arts and crafts, more than 20 food vendors, entertainment.
Questions? Call 251-246-3251

November 4, 2006
Georgia Pecan Festival
Rylander Park,
Americus, Georgia
The festival is back for a 3rd year with a parade at 11am, a 5K run/1-mile walk, arts and crafts, pecan baking contest, pumpkin carving and a pumpkin seed spitting contest, food vendors, music.
Get Details: Call 229-924-2646

November 4, 2006
Cotton Gin Festival
Bostwick, Georgia
Parade, 4-mile & 1-mile fun runs, entertainment (bring chairs and blankets), tours of cotton gin, festival merchandise, arts and crafts, festival foods. The fun goes from 9am-5pm for this 17th year.
Further Information: Call 706-342-0182

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Mule Day
Mule Grounds,
Calvary, Georgia
Mingle with a crowd of more than 60,000 festival-goers at the 34th year of this celebration. Events are held for Best Jackass, Best Mule Team Driving and much more. See costumed mules, barrel-racing mules and log-pulling mules, but don't forget to fortify yourself with the sunrise breakfast. You'll also need energy to peruse the 500-600 booths of arts and crafts, flea market items and other merchandise. Food vendors will be on hand to keep you going with barbecue specialties and other festival foods. A mule-powered cane grinder will produce fresh cane juice. Enjoy a parade late in the morning and see how can syrup is made, check out the clogging and singing entertainment and get some freshly-ground meal or some of that great cane syrup for your own enjoyment later at home. And be sure to stop by the Mule Museum for a look back at the days when mules were invaluable in helping farmers get their work done.
Find Out More: Call 229-377-3663 or 229-377-6859

November 4, 2006
Granite City Fall Festival
On the Square,
Elberton, Georgia
Festival foods, arts and crafts, activities & rides for kids, entertainment.
Questions? Call 706-213-0626

November 4, 2006
Sweetwater Festival
Historic downtown
(200 S. Hancock Street area),
Milledgeville, Georgia
The event is back for its 3rd year with 2 stages of entertainment, KidZone, antique car show, EndZone sports lounge, festival foods, BBQ cookoff, arts and crafts. Hours are from 10am-11pm.
Details: Call 478-414-4014

November 4, 2006
Monticello-Jasper County Deer Festival
Monticello, Georgia
5K & 1-mile Deer Dash, parade, arts and crafts, entertainment. Events are from 8am-5pm. Come and enjoy this 40th year of fun.
Additional Information: Call 706-468-8994

November 4, 2006
Crossroads Pumpkin Fest
Historic downtown,
Statesville, North Carolina
More than 80 arts and crafts booths, 3 stages of entertainment, food vendors, Pumpkin Fest 5K Run, Pumpkin Chunkin' Catapult Competition, pumpkin pie eating contest, games and rides, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin smashing, downhill skateboard races, Food Lion Kid Zone. Hours are 10am-5pm. This is the event's 4th year.
Get The Facts: Call 877-531-1819 or 704-878-3436

November 4, 2006
Manassas Chocolate Festival
NextFlight Hanger at Manassas Airport,
Manassas, Virginia
This one is back for a second year, starting the day with a chocolate chip pancake breakfast (complete will chocolate-flavored coffees). Enjoy silent auctions, games, chocolate sculptures, tastings and more. Grown-ups can end the day with a chocolate buffet. Events run from 8am-10pm.
Info: Call 703-257-8237 (recording) or 703-257-8313

November 4-5, 2006
Litchfield Park Festival of the Arts
214 Wigwwam Blvd.,
Litchfield Park, Arizona
In this 36th year the festival offers more than 300 arts and crafts booths, wine tasting, entertainment, activities for kids, artist demonstrations, international foods. The event is from 9am-5pm. There is no admission charge.
Questions? Call 623-585-6673

November 4-5, 2006
Toccoa Harvest Festival
Doyle Street area,
Toccoa, Georgia
A mix of food, arts and crafts, produce and baked goods mean more than 200 vendors will be at this festival. You can also enjoy a classic car cruise-in, activities for kids, activities for teens, entertainment and a 5K run/walk.
Find Out More: Call 706-282-3269

November 4-5, 2006
Giant Omelette Celebration
Magdalen Square,
Abbeville, Louisiana
Antique farm implements on display, antique cars, 3-mile walk (a fundraiser for the March of Dimes), tractor egg cracking competition, food vendors, arts and crafts, entertainment, and a 5000-egg omelette cooked in a 12-foot diameter skillet on Sunday, which will then be served to festival-goers.
Get The Facts: Call 337-893-0013

November 4-5, 2006
Picayune Street Fair
Canal Street area downtown,
Picayune, Mississippi
Antiques and crafts, helicopter rides, antique cars, rock climbing wall, Tung Blossom 5K run/walk, collectibles, entertainment. Enjoy festival foods such as roasted corn, barbecued meats, Greek and Chinese dishes, and seafood specialties.
Information: Call 601-799-3070

November 9-12, 2006
Cracklin' Festival
Veterans Park,
Port Barre, Louisiana
Cracklin' cooking contest, parade on Saturday, Cajun food, carnival rides, arts and crafts, pageant, entertainment. Thursday is family night. This is the festival's 21st year.
Questions? Call 337-585-6673 or 337-585-6251

November 9-12, 2006
Spinach Festival
Crystal City, Texas
With all the recent talk about spinach safety, Crystal City residents want us to know their spinach is fine and they invite us to join the fun of this festival with arts and crafts, cooking contests, games and more. There will be music from LaMafia and others and you'll have to see the Popeye Statue in person in order to really appreciate it.
Additional Details: Call 830-374-3161

November 10-12, 2006
Fountain Festival of Arts & Crafts
Avenue of the Fountains,
Fountain Hills, Arizona
Almost 150,000 festival-goers are expected at this event. Nearly 500 artisans show and sell their work and the event is held rain or shine. You can also enjoy music and the festival foods can be enjoyed in shaded seating areas. Enjoy the fun from 10am-5pm with no admission charge. Please leave pets comfortably at home while you enjoy the festival.
Learn More: Call 480-337-1654

November 10-12, 2006
St. Rita Pecan Festival
St. Rita Church/School at
7100 Jefferson Hwy.,
Harahan, Louisiana
In its 114th year, the festival features carnival games and rides, arts and crafts, musical entertainment, plus festival foods such as tamales, seafood gumbo, pizza, pecan pie and fudge. Hours are 6pm-midnight on Friday, noon-midnight on Saturday and noon-11pm on Sunday. There is no admission charge.
Get The Facts: Call 504-737-2915

November 11, 2006
Down Home Days
High School Track Complex
off NW 11th Avenue,
Trenton, Florida
Now in its 22nd year, the festival is scheduled to have games, more than 150 arts and crafts booths, plus food vendors and lots of music. Festival hours are 9am-3pm. There is an admission charge for those age 12 and older.
Questions? Call 352-463-3467

November 11, 2006
Thibodeauville Fall Festival
Thibodeauville, Louisiana
The festival fun goes from 8:30am until dark. Enjoy a rubber duck race, 150 arts and crafts booths, Cajun and other festival foods, musical entertainment and a car show. There is no admission charge.
Information: Call 985-446-1187

November 11-12, 2006
Annual Loxley Arts & Crafts Festival
Municipal Park & Civic Center,
Loxley, Alabama
Arts and crafts, heritage crafts, activities for children, art for children, music, food vendors, antique trucks and tractors on display. Hours are 10am-5pm both days.
Get The Facts: Call 251-964-7733

November 11-12, 2006
Homosassa Arts, Crafts & Seafood Festival
Mason Creek Road at Yulee Drive,
Homosassa, Florida
These folks are back for a 32nd year with 175 artisans, music, a raffle for a boat plus nautical art and golf packages, special postal cancellation and more than 30 food vendors with treats such as fried green tomatoes, fried eggplant, chicken tenders, Cajun and barbecue specialties, cream puffs, cannolis, caramel apples, chocolate-covered strawberries and hot fudge cake. All military personnel who arrive in uniform will be admitted free of charge. Those under age 12 are also admitted free of charge. The small Two-dollar donation everyone else is asked to bring for admittance will go to charity. Festival hours are 8:30am-5pm on Saturday and 8:30am-4pm on Sunday. No pets at this event, please.
Questions? Call 352-628-2666

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November 11-12, 2006
Ramble-A-Garden Festival
Fairchild Tropical Gardens,
Miami, Florida
Antiques and collectibles, large number of plants on display and for sale, artist demos, old and rare books on sale, raffle, entertainment, farmers market, artist marketplace. Plant valets will be on hand to help you load any plant purchases in exchange for a tip, which will be donated to charity. The kids will have face painting, a Honey Taste Test and more. When you get the munchies you can enjoy corn on the cob, Chinese dishes, mango salsa and more. Hours are 9:30am-4:30pm and there is an admission charge for those 13 and older. The festival is celebrating its 66th year.
Learn More: Call 305-667-1651

November 11-12, 2006
Three Rivers Art Festival
North Columbia Street area,
Covington, Louisiana
The festival is back for its 10th year with craft demonstrations, 150 juried artisans, an art area for the kids, music, a food court. The festival is from 10am-5pm and there is no admission charge.
Info: Call 985-871-4141 or 985-705-7968

November 12, 2006
Elegant Evening Downtown
Downtown area,
Paso Robles, California
From 5-8pm you can take a carriage ride through the streets, enjoy luminaries along the sidewalks and enjoy strolling minstrels along the way. Local downtown merchants host open shops with beverages and appetizers. As you pass the shop windows you might notice something a little unusual. Costumed live mannequins who are from the local dance studio will entertain and delight you and your companions
Further Details: Call 805-238-4103

November 17-18, 2006
Elk Falls Annual Open House
7th & Osage Streets,
Elk Falls, Kansas
Arts and crafts, food, baking contest, merchant specials and open houses, train rides, quilt show, more.
Get The Facts: Call 820-329-4433 or 620-329-4425

November 17-19, 2006
Rock Falls Hometown Holidays
Various locations,
Rock Falls, Illinois
Christmas Walk, living windows displays, wagon rides, live reindeer, crafts, tree lighting, activities for kids, Santa Claus Parade.
Further Details: Call 815-625-4500

November 17-19, 2006
Folk Fair International
Wisconsin State Fair Park,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
African, Russian, Scottish, Spanish—the entertainment is from many lands and cultures. An international bazaar will have arts and crafts for display and sale and you can dance to waltz music, discover world customs through interactive exhibits and explore the tastes of the planet at the World Cafe. A 5K run will be held on Sunday morning. Wheelchair entries are accepted, but please call first. Festival merchandise is available ahead of time by calling the first phone number listed below. Event hours are 3-10pm on Friday, 10am-10pm on Saturday and 10am-7pm on Sunday.
Questions? Call 414-225-6225 or 800-FAIR-INTL

November 18, 2006
Peterman Station Arts & Crafts Festival
Main Street along railroad tracks,
Peterman, Alabama
The festival is held about 5 miles north of Monroeville and features more than 100 arts & crafts booths, activities for kids, musical entertainment and foods such as Brunswick stew, collards and cracklin' bread. The event is from 9am-4pm and there is no admission charge. It's the 23rd year for this festival.
Additional Information: Call 251-564-2260

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November 18, 2006
Pecan Fest
Walnut Street at 5th Street,
Chetopa, Kansas
The festival is back for a 6th year with a pecan cooking contest, talent contest, games, arts and crafts, pecan harvesting demonstrations, community lunch, vendors, pecan pies, music, 5K run (City Park at 10am on Sunday) and more.
Find Out More: Call 620-236-7511 or 620-236-7541

November 18, 2006
Society Hill Catfish Festival
St. David's Academy on S. Main,
Hartsville, South Carolina
Enjoy a car, truck and motorcycle show. Browse arts and crafts, watch the parade at 11am. There will also be games, activities for kids, musical entertainment, a 5K run/walk at 8am and a food court. Hours are 9am-9pm.
Info: Call 843-378-4681 or 888-427-8720

November 18-19, 2006
Mountain Mandarin Festival
Gold Country Fairgrounds,
Auburn, California
Now celebrating its 13th year, the festival offers a Thanksgiving centerpiece contest, mandarin bowling, mandarin bowling, mandarin shot put, activities for kids, displays, mandarin orange cookbook, foods with mandarin oranges and mandarin orange juice in the ingredients, chocolate-dipped mandarins, arts and crafts, music. Hours are 9am-5pm on Saturday and 9am-4pm on Sunday.
Get The Facts: Call 916-663-1918

November 18-19, 2006
Mission West Autumn Art Festival
Mission Street,
Pasadena, California
Arts and crafts, music, activities for kids, international food court. This one may seem a bit more commercial without a small, hometown atmosphere, but has been popular in recent years. Go and give it a try.
Further Details: Call 626-797-6803

November 19, 2006
Poinsettia Festival
Encinitas, California
A mix of non-profit, commercial, antique and arts and crafts booths add up to an impressive 400 pausing places at this festival. There will also be activities for the kids, poinsettias (and other flowers) on display at the Capital Flower Pavilion, 3 stages of entertainment and great food at nearby restaurants. The event is from 9am-4pm.
Questions? Call 760-943-1950

November 19, 2006
Pickle Festival
Community Center on Route 32,
Rosendale, New York
There will be much dancing—German, Irish and other ethnic groups will perform. You can grab a partner and get in on the Pickle Toss, in which one contestant tries to toss as many pickle chips as possible into a partner's mouth. There is also a pickle juice drinking contest, judging of canned pickled produce, pickle product vendors, pickle soup and other festival foods. Enjoy the fun from 10am-5pm. This is the event's 9th year.
Get Information: Call 845-658-9649

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Holidays Happen
Reston Town Center,
Reston, Virginia
The Reston Mile is run as a benefit for Neediest Kids at 7:30am. There is a holiday parade later in the morning, fun and photos with Santa, a holiday tree lighting that evening with songs (and help from the Reston Chorale and a brass quintet), plus carriage rides until 10pm. Younger children ride free of charge with accompanying adults.
Questions? Call 202-263-5843

November 24-26, 2006
Rockland Festival of Lights
various venues,
Rockland, Maine
Santa arrives via Coast Guard vessel at the Public Landing. The town will light the lobster trap holiday tree Friday night—cookies and refreshments will be served. Other activities that weekend include Santa's Workshop, historic inn tours with craft and home decor workshops and demonstrations, horse-drawn carriage rides, Parade of Lights (Saturday evening), merchant specials and a craft market, Eat Drink and Be Merry on Main, and a great pancake breakfast with Santa on Sunday morning. Enjoy a variety of pancakes and go-alongs, have the kids' picture taken with Santa and play holiday games for prizes. (The breakfast is usually a great bargain. Last year the ticket price for a whole family was only ten dollars.
Information: Call 207-596-0376 or 800-562-2529

November 25, 2006
Olde Fashion Christmas at Home
various venues,
Gustine, California
(I keep wanting to tell you that this is the Olde Fashioned Christmas at Home, but their official name is correct in the header!) Community breakfast, fire truck rides, lighted truck & tractor parade down 5th street, fun with Santa, Christmas tree lighting, arts and crafts, music.
Find Out More: Call 209-854-2384 or 209-854-2003

November 25, 2006
Swine Time Festival
Swine Time Grounds on US Hwy 84,
Climax, Georgia
5K run, Swine Time Parade at 10am, quilt making demonstrations, 3 stages of entertainment, quilt auction, Best Dressed Pig Contest, historic log cabin on display, activities for kids, festival foods, arts and crafts, greased pig race.
Further Details: Call 229-246-0910

November 25, 2006
Chitlin' Strut
258 Pine Street,
Salley, South Carolina
Pageant, antique tractor show, Hawg Call Contest, arts and crafts, carnival, activities for kids, music, Chitlin' Strut Parade. Expect to rub elbows with up to 24,999 other festival-goers.
Questions? Call 803-258-3485

November 25, 2006
Christmas in Olde Ballinger
County Courthouse lawn,
Ballinger, Texas
Arts and crafts, festival foods, games for kids, parade, tree lighting and a visit from Santa.
Get The Facts: Call 325-365-2333 or 325-365-5611

November 25-26, 2006
Space Coast Art Festival
(along A1A & Minuteman Causeway),
Cocoa Beach, Florida
Your best bet for this 43rd year is to park at Cocoa Beach High School and take the shuttle to the festival. Enjoy arts and crafts, activities for kids, student art show, musical entertainment, a food court. There is no admission charge. The festival runs from 10am-5pm. If you happen to get into town early and are there for Thanksgiving morning you can get in on the 5K Turkey Trot at 7:30am.
Find Out More: Call 321-784-3322

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November 25-26, 2006
Victorian Christmas on 6th Street
Historic 6th Street,
Austin, Texas
Enjoy this 12th year with roving magicians, 150 arts and crafts booths, snow area for kids, caroling by choirs and other ensembles, plus gunfighter shows and maybe even a few peppy bar room brawls for your entertainment.
Additional Details: Call 512-441-9015

November 30-December 3, 2006
Pirates in Paradise
Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park,
Key West, Florida
If it's a pirate's life for you, you'll have a great time at this event. In addition to a historic reenactment of a Pyrate Tryal, there will be museum displays, pirate film fest, lighted boats, costumed actors and stunt performers livening up the crowd. Be prepared for your stroll to be interrupted by a few rowdy types and maybe a skirmish or two taking place as you make your way from one event to another. The Pirate Tavern will serve ale and mead and will be filled with the sounds of stories and sea chanteys. There will also be a Thieves' Market and possibly a few people who walk the plank. Some activities may have limited seating. Oh, and on November 30 you can get in on the special celebration that marks the Official end of America's Hurricane Season. I think we can all cheer for that one!
Further Info: Call 305-296-9694

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Brief, bare-boned last-minute festival listings:

November 2-4 Greek Fest, 50 S. Ann Street, Mobile, Alabama, 251-438-9888
November 2-5 Indy's International Festival, State Fairgrounds on E. 38th St., Indianapolis, Indiana
November 3-4 Pig on the Ridge, downtown, Ridgeway, South Carolina, 803-337-8880 or 803-337-2213
November 3-5 World Championship Punkin Chunkin, intersection of 305 & 306, Millsboro, Delaware, 302-684-8196
November 3-11 American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco, California, 415-554-0525
November 3-12 Wurstfest, Landa Park, New Braunfels, Texas, 830-625-9167 or 800-221-4369
November 4 Harvest Festival, County Park, Johns Island, South Carolina, 843-795-4FUN
November 4-5 Halifax Art Festival, Beach Street downtown, Daytona Beach, Florida, 386-441-2776 or 800-854-1234
November 4-5 Downtown Festival & Art Show (25th), 10am-5pm, downtown, Gainesville, Florida, 352-334-5064
November 4-5 Festival of the Arts (35th), 9:30am-4:30pm, Inverness, Florida, 352-726-3913
November 4-5 Seafood & Arts Festival, E.G. Simmons Park, Ruskin, Florida, 813-645-3808
November 5 World's Championship Shrimp Cookoff, Port Isabel, Texas, 800-527-6102
November 8-12 Bald Eagle Festival, Haine, Alaska, 907-766-2202 or 907-766-3094
November 10-11 Turkey Trot, Collinsville, Alabama
November 10-12 LA Tamale Festival, 7th Street between Parkview & Alvarado, Los Angeles, California
November 10-12 Art & Craft Festival (10th), Main Street, Leesburg, Florida, 352-728-1482
November 10-12 Greek Festival (43rd), Pensacola, Florida, 800-874-1234
November 10-12 Irish Festival, State Fairgrounds, Baltimore, Maryland, email
November 10-12 Greek Festival, 2020 NW 21st Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 817-626-5578
November 10-12 Scottish Clan Gathering & Highland Games, Salado, Texas, 254-947-5232
November 11 Great Day in the Country, Lawton Grove Park, Oviedo, Florida, 407-365-9420
November 11 Heritage Syrup Festival, 9am-5pm, 514 N. High, Henderson, Texas, 903-657-4303 or 866-650-5529
November 17-18 Festival of Trees, Convention Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 601-630-2929
November 17-19 Hudson Seafest, USA Flea Market, Hudson, Florida, 727-847-8887 or 800-842-1873
November 18-19 ArtFest, 10am-5pm, Civic Center Plaza, Scottsdale, Arizona, 480-968-5353 or 888-278-3378
November 18-25 World's Championship Duck Calling Contest & Wings Over the Prairie festival,
                   Main Street, Stuttgart, Arkansas, 870-673-1602
November 24 Festival of Lights, 5:30-8:30pm, Main Street, Placerville, California, 530-672-3436
November 24 Festival of Lights, downtown, Yountville, California, 707-944-0904
November 24 Christmas on the Square, Courtyard Square, Belleville, Kansas, 785-527-2310 or 785-527-5524
November 26-December 3 Christmas on the River, Demopolis, Alabama, 334-289-0270

Other November 2006 Events You Might Enjoy
Events in this section may be called festivals but are generally less
multi-dimensional than events in the above category
November 1-4 Mistletoe Marketplace, Mississippi Trade Mart, Jackson, Mississippi, 601-948-2357 or 888-324-0027
November 3-4 Arkansas Valley Arts & Crafts Fair, Pope County Fairgrounds, Russellville, Arkansas, 479-229-4200
November 3-4 MacFair, 10am-5:30pm, Cerritos College, Norwalk, California, 949-721-8280
November 3-4 Southern Colorado Holiday Food & Gift Festival,
                   Expo Center at 1515 Auto Mall Loop, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 888-412-5015
November 3-4 Antique & Collectibles Show, South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, Florida, 561-640-3433 or 800-640-FAIR
November 3-4 Bake, Rattle & Roll, Riverfront Community Center, Leavenworth, Kansas, 913-651-2424
November 3-4 YWCA Arts & Crafts Fair, High School, Green River, Wyoming
November 3-5 Farscape Convention, Burbank Hilton & Towers, Burbank, California, 818-409-0960
November 3-5 Old Farmhouse Christmas Arts, Crafts & Antiques Show, 9615 N. Loop Rd., Pensacola, Florida, 850-492-7502
November 3-5 West Palm Beach Antique & Collectibles Show,
                   S. Florida Expo Center, West Palm Beach, Florida, 561-640-3433
November 3-5 Telfair Art Fair (12th), Telfair Square, Savannah, Georgia, 912-790-8800
November 3-5 National Farm Toy Show,
                   Beckman High School & National Farm Toy Museum, Dyersville, Iowa, 563-875-2311 or 800-533-8293
November 3-5 Fall Home Show, Bartle Hall, Kansas City, Missouri, 816-924-8800
November 3-5 KFOR Arts & Crafts Show, State Fair Park, Lincoln, Nebraska, 402-489-5001
November 3-5 Weems Artfest, State Fairgrounds, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 505-293-6133
November 3-5 Stargate SG-1 & Stargate; Atlantis Convention,
                   Crown Plaza Meadowlands Hotel, Secaucus, New Jersey, 818-409-0960
November 3-5 Bookworm Bash, Addison Circle Park Pavilion, Addison, Texas, 800-233-4766
November 3-5 Craftsmen's Christmas Classic Arts & Crafts Festival, Raceway Complex, Richmond, Virginia, 336-282-5550
November 4 Harvest Artwalk, downtown, Ventura, California, 805-648-2075 or 805-658-4760
November 4 Jasper Craft Show, Jasper High School at 201 W. Mercer, Jasper, Missouri, 471-394-2511
November 4 Harvest Pumpkin Craft Festival, 9am-4pm, 1200 Lakeshore Drive, Yukon, Oklahoma, 405-350-8937
November 4 Holiday Craft Sale, 9am-3pm, High School, Lancaster, Wisconsin, 608-723-2173 Ext. 354
November 4-5 Great Rubber Stamp Fall Fiesta, Convention Center, Mesa, Arizona, 417-443-2231
November 4-5 Intertribal Marketplace, Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California, 323-221-2164
November 4-5 Vintage Computer Festival 9.0, Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California, 925-294-5900
November 4-5 Paso Gathering, Pioneer Museum, Paso Robles, California, 805-239-4556
November 4-5 Simsbury Antiques Show,
                   Henry James Jr. High School on Firetown Rd., Simsbury, Connecticut, 860-658-2500 or 978-888-2732
November 4-5 Midwestern Woodcarvers Show, Belle-Clair Expo Hall, Belleville, Illinois, 618-235-1003
November 4-5 Christmas in New Orleans Crafts Expo,
                   Ponchartrain Center at 4545 Williams Blvd., Kenner, Louisiana, 504-796-5853
November 4-5 Clinton Fine Arts & Crafts Festival, High School, Clinton, New York, 315-853-5574
November 4-5 Gun Show, Western Washington Fairgrounds, Puyallup, Washington
November 5 Carson Camera Show, 801 Carson Street, Carson, California, 925-253-0466
November 5 Taste of the Town, Centennial Park, Fort Myers, Florida, 239-277-1197
November 7-9 Wichita Farm & Ranch Show Kansas Coliseum, Wichita, Kansas, 316-755-1243
November 7-9 YMCA Christmsa Market, Convention Center, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 423-265-8834
November 8-12 Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 302-645-9095
November 8-12 American Sandsculpting Championship,
                   near Outrigger Beach Resort, Fort Myers Beach, Florida, 866-916-7263
November 9-11 Mistletoe Mart, Church of the Ascension on Court St., Westminster, Maryland, 410-848-3251
November 9-12 Sacramento International Auto Show, State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, California, 916-635-2728
November 9-12 Fall AutoFest, Festival Park, Zephyrhills, Florida, 813-258-6726
November 9-12 Fall Festival Craft Show, Canterbury Park, Shakopee, Minnesota, 952-445-7223
November 9-12 Dickens Christmas Show, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 843-448-9483
November 9-13 Gingerbread House Festival,
                   10am-9pm, Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, Utah, 801-437-6219 or 801-473-9465
November 10-11 Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show,
                   Pensacola Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, 850-452-2583 or 800-874-1234
November 10-11 St. Benedict's Church Christmas Bazaar, 2020 Chestnut Hill Rd., Mohnton, Pennsylvania, 610-856-1006
November 10-12 Memories Scrapbooking Expo, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, 740-452-4541
November 10-12 Sound The Alarm Christmas Bazaar, New Castle, Indiana, 765-521-4965 or 765-529-8122
November 10-12 United Fan Con, Springfield Marriott, Springfield, Massachusetts, 781-986-8735 or email
November 10-12 New England Craft & Specialty Food Fair, Rockingham Park Racetrack, Salem, New Hampshire, 603-332-2616
November 10-12 NYST40 New York Area 40th Anniversary Star Trek Convention,
                   Crowne Plaza Meadowlands Hotel, Secaucus, New Jersey, 818-409-0960
November 10-12 Chocolate Show, 125 W. 18th Street, New York, New York, 866-246-2692
November 10-12 Astronomicon 10, Clarion Riverside Hotel at 120 E. Main, Rochester, New York, 585-342-4697 or email
November 10-12 Greater Pittsburgh Arts & Crafts Holiday Spectacular, Northern Lights Shopping Center, Baden, Pennsylvania
November 10-12 Wizard World Texas, Convention Center on Ballpark Way, Arlington, Texas, email
November 10-12 YMCA Crafts Fair, University Mall, Blacksburg, Virginia, 540-552-9686
November 10-12 Northern Virginia Christmas Market, Dulles Expo & Convention Center, Chantilly, Virginia
November 11 Salute to America Concert, Sugden Regional Park, Naples, Florida, 239-254-4000
November 11 Meadowcrest Arts & Crafts, Green County High School, Greensboro, Georgia, 800-886-5253
November 11 Homemade Holidays Craft Show, Middle School, Ottawa, Kansas, 785-242-8618
November 11 Norton County Arts Council Arts & Crafts Fair,
                   National Guard Armory & 4-H Building, Norton, Kansas, 785-877-2501
November 11 Holiday Craft Fair, St. Stanislaus Hall on Pine Hill Road, Nashua, New Hampsire, 603-528-4014
November 11 Fall Art & Craft Show, 10am-5pm, Community Center, Burnet, Texas, 512-756-0834
November 11 Great Hartford Craft Exposition,
                   9am-4pm, Hartford Union High School, Hartford, Wisconsin, 262-673-5033 or 262-670-0117
November 11-12 Gun Show, Seaside Park at County Fairgrounds, Ventura, California, 805-648-3376 Ext. 2
November 11-12 Flamingo Follies Art Show, 9am-5pm, Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, 386-424-2175
November 11-12 Deer Widows Weekend, Outlets on Beyer Road, Saginaw, Michigan, 989-624-6226
November 11-12 Twin Cities Chocolate Extravaganza,
                   11am-5pm, 275 Market Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 612-306-4026 or email
November 11-12 Herkimer County Arts & Crafts Fair, Community College, Herkimer, New York, 315-866-0300
November 11-12 Autumn Art & Craft Festival,
                   10am-6pm/10am-5pm, University Sports Complex Arena, Stony Brook, New York,
November 11-12 Best Friends of Charleston Train Show,
                   Armory at 5000 Lackawanna Blvd., North Charleston, South Carolina, 843-760-7405
November 11-18 Merritt Pottery Show & Sale, Knoxville, Georgia, 478-474-7833
November 12 Great Midwest Train Show, 9:30am-3pm, County Fairgrounds, Wheaton, Illinois, 630-290-1962
November 12 Hudson Valley Railroad Society 35th Annual Railroad Exposition,
                   10am-3pm, Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, New York, 845-297-0901
November 12-19 Miami Book Fair International, 300 NE Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, 305-237-3258
November 14-15 Christmas Boutique & Angel Street Cafe, 601 Claymont Drive, Ballwin, Missouri, 636-394-2233
November 15-19 Yuletide Treasures, Tointon Gallery, Greeley, Colorado, 970-350-9491
November 16-18 St. Petersburg Boat Show, Marina, St. Petersburg, Florida, 800-940-7642
November 17 Holiday Lighted Parade, 6:30pm, Northville, Michigan, 248-349-7640
November 17 Art Walk, 2-9pm, Canandaigua, New York
November 17 Window Wonderland, 7-9:30pm, Downtown, Wooster, Ohio, 330-262-6222
November 17 Arts & Antiques Open House in Olde Towne, Portsmouth, Virginia
November 17-18 Gingerbread Village, Church of the Magadalen at 12626 E. 1st North, Wichita, Kansas, 620-683-4788
November 17-18 Broadmoor High Art & Craft Festival, Broadmoor High School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 225-926-1420
November 17-19 Stargate SG-1 & Stargate: Atlantis Convention, Burbank Hilton & Towers, Burbank, California, 818-409-0960
November 17-19 Louisiana Highland Games, Jackson, Louisiana, 225-927-2944
November 17-19 Paradise City Arts Festival,
                   Royal Plaza Trading Center, Marlborough, Massachusetts, 413-587-0772 or 800-511-9725
November 17-19 Zia Arts & Crafts Festival, State Fairgrounds, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 505-823-1092
November 17-19 Capital City Art & Craft Show, Civic Center, Charleston, West Virginia, 304-345-7469 or 304-345-1500
November 17-19 Wasatch Gun Show, CAM-PLEX, Gillette, Wyoming, 801-466-7556
November 18 Arts & Crafts Fair, Rec Center/Burlington High School, Burlington, Kansas, 620-364-8484
November 18 Hainesport Train & Railroadiana Show,
                   10am-3pm, Hainesport Public School on Broad Street, Hainesport, New Jersey, 856-816-8802
November 18 Craft Show, Linton Middle School, Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, 412-244-9440 or 412-798-2147
November 18 Pfall Pfest Arts & Crafts Show, Rec Center on Immanuel Rd., Pflugerville, Texas, 512-2251-5082
November 18 WCTC Craft Fair, 800 Main St., Pewaukee, Wisconsin, 262-691-5470
November 18 Jaycees Arts & Crafts Fair, Richland Middle School on Hwy. 80 S., Richland Center, Wisconsin, 608-647-5501
November 18 Holiday Marketplace, County Fair Park, West Bend, Wisconsin, 262-334-2402
November 18-19 Japan Expo 2006, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, 213-617-0868
November 18-19 Gem & Mineral Show, Community Center on Hobson Way, Oxnard, California, 805-644-6450
November 18-19 Christmas on Vinegar Hill (18th), Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, 217-792-5698
November 18-19 Boston Super Megafest, Framingham Sheraton, Framington, Massachusetts, 800-505-8697
November 18-19 Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza (35th),
                   Show Me Center & Osage Center, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 573-334-9233
November 18-19 Holiday Spirit Craft Fair, Parkway South High School on Hanna Road, Manchester, Missouri, 314-415-7766
November 18-19 Gun Show, Cashman Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
November 18-19 Holly Berry Arts & Crafts Show, Armory on Canal St., Manchester, New Hampshire, 603-528-4014
November 18-19 Holiday Craft Show, Fairfax High School on Old Lee Hwy., Fairfax, Virginia, 703-246-6321
November 18-19 Capital of the Confederacy Civil War Show, 9am-3pm, Raceway Complex, Richmond, Virginia, 804-928-1006
November 19 Tejano Super Car Show, County Coliseum, Odessa, Texas, 432-337-2189
November 22 Christmas in the Sky, Longview Lake Beach, Blue Springs, Missouri, 816-503-4830
November 24 Lighted Christmas Parade, 6pm, 13th & Main, Clarinda, Iowa, 712-542-2166
November 24 Christmas Light Parade, Center Avenue, Oakley, Kansas, 785-672-4862
November 24 Gazette Parade of Lights, 7pm, State Street & Erie Blvd., Schenectady, New York, 518-372-5656
November 24 Sundance Square Parade of Lights, 6pm, downtown, Fort Worth, Texas, 817-255-5700
November 24-25 Winter Art & Craft Fair, Seasons Convention Center, Nashville, Indiana, 812-587-5068
November 24-26 Loscon 33, Los Angeles Airport Marriot, Los Angeles, California, 818-760-9234 or email
November 24-26 Christmas Classic Arts & Crafts Show,
                   10am-5pm, Dome Center, Henrietta, New York, 315-686-5789 or 585-334-4000
November 24-26 Holiday Craft & Gift Show, Wisconsin Expo Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 414-321-2100 or 717-796-2380
November 25 Jacksonville Light Parade, downtown waterfront, Jacksonville, Florida, 904-630-3690
November 25 Rockets Over the Red, 4-9pm, River View Park, Shreveport, Louisiana, 318-222-7403
November 25 Christmas Parade, Town Square, Garnett, Kansas, 785-448-6767
November 25 Homemade for the Holidays (20th), 9am-4pm, Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park, Manhattan, Kansas, 785-293-5712
November 25 Lighted Christmas Parade (20th), Main Street, Russell, Kansas, 785-483-2897
November 25 Holiday Mart, Samoset Resort, Rockport, Maine, 207-596-0376
November 25 Twinkle Light Parade, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 505-768-3555
November 25-26 Craft Festival, Stephen O'Connell Center, Gainesville, Florida, 352-392-7238
November 25-26 Antique & Collectible Jewelry Show & Sale, County Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida, 786-263-3660
November 25-26 Lakes Region Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair,
                   Expo Center on Elm, Winnepesaukee, New Hampshire, 603-528-4014
November 25-26 Mid-Ohio-Con, Battelle Hall at Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio, 419-526-1427 or email
November 25-26 Holiday Craft Fair, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 215-579-5997
November 25-26 Christmas Showcase of Arts & Crafts, Civic Center, New Braunfels, Texas, 210-698-0811
November 25-26 Gig Harbor Winterfest Arts & Crafts Fair, Peninsula High School, Gig Harbor, Washington, 253-857-3530
November 25-26 Gun Show, Clark County Fairgrounds, Vancouver, Washington
November 26 Mid-America Train & Toy Show,
                   9am-2pm, BTC Exhibit Hall at I-435 & Front Street, Kansas City, Missouri, 913-651-5864 or 913-680-0404
November 26 Volunteer Fire Dept. Pancake & Sausage Brunch, 9am-4pm, North Washington, Pennsylvania, 724-894-2064
November 28 Christmas Parade, Emporia, Kansas, 620-342-1600
November 28-30 Farm & Ranch Show, Civic Center, Amarillo, Texas, 806-378-4297
November 29-December 3 Christmas & Gift Show,
                   Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex at Cameron & MaClay, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 717-233-5100
November 30-December 3 Lamb's Farm Holiday Art & Craft Fair, Convention Center, Rosemont, Illinois, 630-325-8080

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Look at this guy!

This is Scott L. Schwartz.
If you ever get into trouble, you'll want him on your side.

This guy means business.
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Scott will be a guest at the New York Area 40th Anniversary Star Trek Convention
November 10-12 at Crowne Plaza Meadowlands Hotel in Secaucus, New Jersey.


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, including:

I'll Never Be Free
Basin Street Blues
Don't Go To Strangers
Easy Street

This CD was a long time
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Michael Parks - Coolin Soup' - Listen Recordings


Above: Metallic Choker Necklace

Left: Dreamcatcher Earrings

Joan Garnand
creates from her home in Tennessee.
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.
Talk to her about what you're looking for!


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.

A Little Browsing...

A lot of plain sounding domain names belong to interesting site owners. brownies.com, ocean.com, buttons.com, spoons.com, circles.com, hotcocoa.com, potluck.com, freshapplepie.com, arearug.com, boots.com, hotcoffee.com, taxi.com.
Try Typing other "plain vanilla" domains into a search engine and see what you find.

Did President Harry S. Truman really start a tradition by pardoning a turkey?

Ocean Spray Cranberries has a recipe book you can download in .pdf form, called 12 Months of Cranberry.
When you're thinking of holiday foods to serve this fall and winter you should be sure to remember the bright green and vibrant taste of kiwifruit. The California Kiwifruit Commission has advice on extending fruit's season. Did you know you could successfully freeze kiwifruit? Check out the commission's recipes for more ideas on how to add antioxidant-rich kiwifruit to holiday meals.


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