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Pacific Whale Foundation Kicks Off Maui Whale Festival

Pacific Whale Foundation Kicks Off Maui Whale Festival

To celebrate the presence of humpback whales in Maui, Pacific Whale Foundation will host its highly popular annual Maui Whale Festival now through Sunday, May 15, 2011.

Last year, more than 25,000 visitors attended the Maui Whale Festival. The 2011 festival is newly expanded and consists of dozens of events for Maui visitors and residents.

Maui Whale Festival's signature event
Whale Day, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 19, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Kalama Park in Kihei.

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Wonderland of Lights Festival to Shine at Marshall, Texas

Wonderland of Lights Festival to Shine at Marshall, Texas Wonderland of Lights, a Texas holiday tradition, will bring some of the best loved names in music to this historic East Texas town for a 40-day festival of holiday lights, music and family fun Nov. 24 through Jan. 2, 2011.

Wonderland of Lights returns...
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Hatch Valley Chile Festival Heats Up Labor Day Weekend

Hatch Valley Chile Festival Heats Up Labor Day Weekend As summer cools down, the Village of Hatch, New Mexico really heats up with the annual two-day celebration of its world-famous crop during the 38th annual Hatch Valley Chile Festival, Sept. 4-5,attracting more than 20,000 visitors from around the wor...
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Denver Celebrates Month-Long Western Hemisphere Culture Fest

Denver Celebrates Month-Long Western Hemisphere Culture Fest The 2010 Biennial of the Americas kicked off July 1, beginning a month-long celebration of the culture, art, music and ideas of the Western Hemisphere.

Hosted by the City of Denver, Colorado, the first-of-its-kind festival offers a cross-cultural expe...
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Battle of Black Jack, John Brown’s 1856 Attack on Pro-Slavery Forces, to be Observed June 5 in Kansas

Battle of Black Jack, John Brown’s 1856 Attack on Pro-Slavery Forces, to be Observed June 5 in Kansas

It would prove to be one of the early trigger points leading up to the Civil War, as abolutionist and antislavery firebrand John Brown led a dawn attack on June 2, 1856 on the camp of a proslavery militia along the Santa Fe Trail.

Approximately 100 me...

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