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Sunset Park-The Marco Players - November 5th to November 23
  Marco Island, Florida

A contemporary comedy/drama that takes place in Brooklyn, New York. The main character is Evelyn Horowitz, a widow in her seventies who lives by herself and is a part-time teacher. Her apartment building is going co-op, but she can’t afford to buy in and cannot, by law, be asked to leave. When, her middle-aged children, Carol and Roger, hear about it, they realize that there’s money to be made in the long run...

admission $23 or $25

The Stormy Weather Arts Festival - November 7th to November 09
  Cannon Beach, Oregon

The Stormy Weather Arts Festival, sponsored by the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce and held every year on the first weekend in November, is the city's celebration of being a premier destination for art lovers.

Throughout the weekend, several of the galleries will have receptions along with artists' demonstrations.

On Friday night, this event which kicks off the weekend of activities at the Surfsand Resort and is a festival highlight. Artists demonstrate their techniques, working for a full hour on a single painting, which will be finished and offered for sale during the weekend. Each artist will also offer work that will be auctioned off Friday evening.


Kona Coffee Festival - November 7th to November 16
  Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Coffee Lover's ... we found your bliss - The Kona Coffee Festival on the amazing Big Island of Hawaii - Over 400 events - the Festival has three signature blocks of Festival fun, Opening Weekend, Festival Weekday Events and Festival Finale Weekend, brewing a full menu of events for attendees during this iconic coffee festival.  Throughout the 10-days of Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, festival goers are immersed in a Kona coffee extravaganza that includes such favorites as the prestigious Kona Coffee Cultural Festival Cupping Competition, Kona coffee cooking and recipe competitions, art exhibits, Kona coffee farm tours, and cultural events that honor nearly 200 years of coffee heritage in Hawaii.

Destin Blues, Brews, and BBQ - November 8th
  Destin, Florida

Great MUSIC, great craft BEER, and great BBQ - 3 things that really go well together, add in the beauty of DESTIN and you have the makings of a great DAY!  Coastal cuisine and BBQ styles from local restaurants serving good food for a good cause at HarborWalk Village. Beer tasting and BBQ competition. All proceeds benefit FRLA Educational Foundation, supporting the next generation of hospitality professionals.

Pigeon Forge Winterfest - November 11th to February 28
  Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

East Tennessee is a wonderland during Winterfest! Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville and the rest of the Smoky Mountains will twinkle and shine as millions of lights glow in celebration of the season.  From the ski resort in Gatlinburg to the shows in Pigeon Forge.  Fireside dining, shops, parades, concerts, tourr, and more.
Kids' Play Area, Food Vendors, Pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, Musical Entertainment. Winterfest trolley tours are as much fun as a ride in Santa’s sleigh! Fun Time Trolley in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg Trolley are perfect vehicles to take in everything Winterfest has to offer in the Smoky Mountains. The trolleys stay toasty and warm even as outside temperatures drop and seasoned guides know all the best spots to see twinkling lights, seasonal displays and other winter wonders!

The Crystal Classic - November 14th to November 18
  Siesta Key, Florida

Watch as, right before your eyes, Siesta Beach turns into an outdoor art gallery in the sand! Artists spend three days creating and perfecting their sculptures before they are judged for first place leaving the last day for visitors to admire all the fantastic sand sculpture creations. Siesta Key does a fine job of giving it's visitors an event to remember and return to yearly but also an event that supports local artists and the community of Siesta Key.

Winterfest of Lights - November 21st to January 01
  Ocean City, Maryland

Board the Winterfest Express and prepare to be whisked into a magical land of spectacular lights. Displays include the Twelve Days of Christmas, Santa’s Workshop, The Wizard of Oz and an amazing, twinkling 50-foot Christmas tree. This mile-long adventure is accompanied by music that can be enjoyed by children of all ages.

Destin Seafood Festival - October 3rd to October 05
  Destin, Florida

First of all - a festival along the Destin Harbor and Destin Boardwalk is a win win situation.  Then add 3 days with live music, food, arts and crafts, and fireworks.  Now back to the harbor boardwalk where you have destin restaurants, bars, amazing sun sets and the local fishing fleet with the fresh seafood Destin harvests.  The action of the destin Fishing rodeo will educate and entertain.

The 10th Annual Island Wine Festival - October 4th
  Put-In-Bay, Ohio

Sample more than 350 foreign and domestic wines, including island wines from Heineman Winery and Put-in-Bay Winery, and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of good food, and excellent wine. Sample tickets are $1 and most samples are in the $1-$4 range. Purchase a full bottle to take home. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits - October 5th to October 07
  Breckenridge, Colorado

 Breckenridge Craft Spirits: 3rd Annual Still on the Hill Festival - October 5 to 7, 2012, the Breckenridge Craft Spirits: 3rd Annual Still on the Hill Festival features small-batch distillers, artisan spirit seminars, fine local cuisine and, of course, plenty of sampling (bottoms up!).

The activities offered are historic saloon tours which highlight the historic brewing, distilling and saloon features of Breckenridge’s mining heritage. Yes, this town was founded by drinkers! This tour is hosted by the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance and departs from the historic Gold Pan Saloon, located at 103 N. Main St.

Where there is alcohol, you know there has to be poker!  The 4th Annual Poker Run features the saloons, restaurants and taverns of Breckenridge. Contestants, sober and otherwise, will depart on self-guided tours of Breck’s bar scene and draw a playing card at each stop of the tour. Whoever presents the best five-card hand on the following day at the Poker Showdown could win prizes!

If you’re a serious drinker, or just enjoy being around people who drink, the Breckenridge Distillery Open House showcases the local distillers and serves as home to the Poker Run Showdown (which we mentioned in the sentence above). Prizes will be awarded for top poker hands and cocktails awarded to all (so even if you lose, you win, right?) at the Breckenridge Distillery production facility, located at 1925 Airport Rd.

The Still on the Hill Grand Tasting features samples and specialty cocktails from craft distillers. Taste and talk with distillers at an informal, walk-around event located at  the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, located at 150 W. Adams Ave.

Finally, for history buffs, the Breckenridge Historic Walking Tour uncovers the treasures of the Historic District. This tour departs from the Breckenridge Welcome Center, located at 203 S. Main St.  Throughout the day, hangover brunches feature craft-spirit cocktails and brunch menus.

Columbus Day HarvestFest Stratton, Vermont - October 6th to October 07
  Stratton, Vermont

Saturday October 6 Here's a fall festival with something for everyone from brewfest, chili cook-off and live music on two stages to traditional autumnal fun and games. Don't miss the art class at the summit.

Sunday October 7 Challenge yourself with a two mile run. Uphill. Reward yourself with bragging rights, brunch and a beer or two. Register in advance at active.com or here on race day.

National Shrimp Festival - October 9th to October 12
  Gulf Shores, Alabama

Fried, grilled, broiled or steamed, you can find it all at the Festival along with other delicious seafood and non-seafood dishes. Attracting hundreds of thousands of people each year with hundreds of fine arts and crafts, music and entertainment on two stages, a sand sculpture contest, an activity village for kids and also 5 and 10k run.  This is a festival for all the senses in one of the most beautiful places in the world.  

Daytona Blues Festival - October 10th to October 12
  Daytona, Florida

At Jackie Robinson Stadium

Oktoberfest - October 10th to October 12
  Put-In-Bay, Ohio

This Put-in-Bay family tradition celebrates Oktoberfest with lots of food and live entertainment by the Maxx Band. Great family fun Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm and Sunday from noon to 5 pm. Enjoy a wide variety of German foods including spatzel, cabbage rolls, brats, sauerbraten, Wiener schnitzel and all your favorite German sweets!

Ellicottville Fall Festival - October 11th to October 12
  Ellicottville, New York

The Ellicottville Fall Festival is southwestern New York's oldest and largest Festival and takes place when the foliage of the surrounding hills is ablaze with vibrant color.

It’s the oldest and largest Festival when the foliage of the surrounding hills is ablaze with color. Tens of thousands of festival goers make for a lively weekend of unique foods, an arts and Crafts Show, carnival rides, live entertainment and much more.

If you have ever driven to Ellicottville during this wonderful event than you are familiar with the amount of traffic that accumulates. Listed below are some alternate routes from Buffalo that may help to avoid some of the congestion on the major routes entering the Village.

Tens of thousands of visitors each year make for an amazing weekend of food and fun for the entire family! Featuring live entertainment, carnival rides, delicious foods, chairlift rides at Holiday Valley, a bike race, an arts & crafts show with over 200 art vendors, and much more!

La Jolla Arts and Wine Festival - October 11th to October 12
  La Jolla, California

Featuring the works of over 150 established artists from San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, Baja and beyond, the LJAWF features something for everyone including a silent auction, roving entertainment, a gourmet marketplace, a family art center and a wine and beer garden which will include premier wineries from around the world in addition to San Diego’s top breweries.  

Avalon Seafood Festival - October 12th to October 13
  Avalon, New Jersey

The Avalon Chamber's Annual Seafood Festival.  Featuring fresh seafood vendors, chowder contest, live music, vendors and more.

Live music and chowder on the New Jersey Shore - does it get any better?  :)

Trailing of the Sheep Festival - October 12th to October 14
  Sun Valley, Idaho

Unique three-day festival honoring the history, heritage and cultures of sheepherding in Idaho and the west.  Includes a full-day Sheep Folklife Fair, a Fiber Festival, dancers, musicians, folk and traditional art, storytelling and culinary events featuring chefs, restaurants and American Lamb.  The event also includes workshops on fiber, cooking with lamb, photography, history, culture and a variety of other events.   There is a two-day National Qualifying Sheepdog Trial in conjunction with the Festival.  There are exhibits, storytelling, hikes and the Big Sheep Parade with 1,500 sheep strutting lively down Main Street, Ketchum, Idaho. 


Saugatuck Short Film Competiton - October 12th
  Saugatuck, Michigan

6:30 pm $35/Adults $10/Children Tickets on sale this fall

Submissions will be accepted starting May 1 through August 31 for the SCA's new juried film competition this fall.

The first annual Saugatuck Shorts event will be held on October 12 and will feature short films (five minutes or less) that have a tie to Michigan.
Three prizes will be awarded at the screening: $500 for the high school & under student category, $1,000 for the adult category, and $1,000 for “audience favorite”.

A jury of professionals will select the 10 best films to be screened at the event. These filmmakers will be given two tickets to the Shorts event plus the opportunity to introduce their film to the audience.
The event will be open to the public, with tickets available in the fall: $35/adults and $10/students. Proceeds from the evening will support future free and low-cost programming at the SCA.

Clearwater Jazz Holiday - October 16th to October 19
  Clearwater, Florida

For over 30 years this once parking lot party of the senses has turned into an international festival for music lovers.  This is truly EVENT TRAVEL - the Gulf of Mexicos finest beaches and some of the best music ever heard - Clearwater Jazz Holiday!  Legends have played here and so the dolphin swims ... cool ocean breeze with music riding it like a wave.

*** ask about the after party...

Fantasy Fest - October 17th to October 26
  Key West, Florida

Key West Florida Fantasy Fest Vacation Rentals and AccommodationsIn 1979 two buisnessmen organized the party to stimulate local business. Fantasy Fest has grown into a 10 day event since then, which now includes a parade, costume parties, and fundraisers. The festival is similar to a New Orleans Mardi Gras experience. The Fantasy Fest parade features many amazing floats and has had over 100,000 people in attendance in past years. Don't miss out on the Key West party of the year! Book your nearby vacation rental home, condo, or beach house now on FindRentals.com! With thousands of beautiful Key West, Florida vacation rental homes and other rental properties, we have something for everybody! Enjoy having the amenities of home, while on vacation in Key West for Fantasy Fest!

Sun Valley Jazz Jamboree - October 17th to October 21
  Sun Valley, Idaho

The event will host over 40 musical groups and over 200 talented musicians from around the nation, Canada, and Europe.   There are several sites for dancing and free dance classes too!  Complementary shuttle buses operate frequently between the venues, and food and beverages will be available at most locations.

Biketoberfest - October 18th to October 21
  Daytona Beach, Florida

Bike Week has transformed into a 10-day festival that expands throughout Daytona Beach. There are hundreds of events for motorcycle enthusiasts to enjoy.  Bike Week now welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors annually and is enjoyed by locals and motorcycle enthusiasts world wide.

Oktoberfest by the Bay - October 20th to October 22
  San Francisco, California

San Francisco morphs into a mini Munich at this annual San Francisco festival, complete with singing, dancing, food and, most importantly, pints and pints of beer. This year, the noted Chico Bavarian Band headlines this San Francisco festival. Admission is $12 for adults, children 12 and under free. The festival runs Friday from 4pm-midnight, Saturday from 11am-11pm and Sunday from 11am-7pm. Headlining our stage will be the world renowned, 21-piece Chico Bavarian Band!

Beef-A-Rama - October 25th to October 26
  Minocqua, Wisconsin

Beef-a-Rama is a Minocqua tradition almost 50 years old that has brought nearly 500,000 visitors to the area over the years. It is a fun-filled celebration complete with a 5K run, roast cook-offs, games, costumes, live music, a craft show, and delicious local fare to complement the ever-present beef. Each year an entire ton of beef is served to over 12,000 people during the Beef-a-Rama celebration. Participants cook their roasts in downtown Minocqua, often in teams and surrounded by live music, spectators, and various games and activities. Once the judging is finalized, there is often a beef-eating contest followed by a Parade of Roasts, complete with mini-floats featuring the roasts from the day’s cook-off. After the short parade, the roasts are sliced and sold as sandwiches until they’re gone.

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show - October 27th to October 31
  Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This is the world’s largest boat show featuring more than 1.6 billion dollars worth of boats, yachts, superyachts, electronics, engines and thousands of accessories from every major marine manufacturer and builder worldwide. The show encompasses more than 3 million square feet of space, both on land and in water, at six sites, all connected by the Show Transportation Network.

Greenwich Village Halloween Parade - October 31st
  New York City, New York

Today the Parade is the largest celebration of its kind in the world. All those in costume are welcome to join hundreds of puppets, 42 bands of different types of music, dancers, and artist, in the nation's most wildly creative public participatory event  in the greatest city in the world.

Annual Carmel Art & Film Festival - September 9th to September 13
  Carmel-By-The-Sea, California

The Carmel Art and Film Festival screens the best in independent film in four categories: Narrative Feature, Documentary, Short, and Student. CAFF presents awards in all four categories with the addition of the Clint Eastwood Filmmakers Award given to a filmmaker who exemplifies Clint’s commitment to the craft of filmmaking.

Hopland Passport - September 19th to September 20
  Mendocino, California

Two full days of fun from 11AM to 5PM! Receive a Passport logo glass, entry to all wine tastings, food pairings and entertainment at all 15 wineries.  Passport Weekend passes are $45 online or $55 at the event. The online store CLOSES on Thursday, October 17th at noon, so please purchase your tickets early to get the discounted price.

The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival - September 21st to October 31
  Clarence, New York

Location: The Great Pumpkin Farm

The Fall Festival is our way of celebrating the harvest of blessings we enjoy in our community and our nation. It has grown to be, by far, the largest family event in the region. We believe that's because it's based on the root values we share in the cultures that make up this remarkable community.We come together to share in the bounty of our land and enjoy the wonderful fall season our region is blessed with. The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival is about wholesome fun and food. About decorating our homes for the season. As each pumpkin leaves here I know it will be the center of a family carving and decorating event. The laughter of the children and their parents warms our hearts and makes the gargantuan effort our family and our associates put into this event so worthwhile.

Location: The Great Pumpkin Farm
The Fall Festival is our way of celebrating the harvest of blessings we enjoy in our community and our nation. It has grown to be, by far, the largest family event in the region. We believe that's because it's based on the root values we share in the cultures that make up this remarkable community.We come together to share in the bounty of our land and enjoy the wonderful fall season our region is blessed with. The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival is about wholesome fun and food. About decorating our homes for the season. As each pumpkin leaves here I know it will be the center of a family carving and decorating event. The laughter of the children and their parents warms our hearts and makes the gargantuan effort our family and our associates put into this event so worthwhile.

Canadian Hockey Enterprises Tournaments & Hockey Camps - September 21st to May 31
  Lake Placid, New York

CHE Hockey offers Tournaments and Camps for Men, Women, Boys and Girls of all ages. Play or practice at the Olympic Center with the 1980, 1932 and USA rinks all under one roof. Stay in this Olympic village surrounded by mountains in the heart of the Adirondacks. CHE offers spectacular tournaments in the winter season with other activities such as skiing at Whiteface, speed skating oval, ski jump complex, bobsledding and tobogganing. All inclusive packages with hotel, meals, parties, Olympic Venue pass and more. Summer and Fall Hockey Camps for Adults and Youth players with instruction from CHE first class professional staff. Just for Girls Camp feature the USA Women's team members including Angela Ruggiero. Camps offer Hotel and Residence packages for your accommodation needs. For further information please contact us at: 1-800-461-2161 or 1-888-WON-1980 or visit our website at http://www.chehockey.com Email: goals@chehockey.com

Old Faithful - August 16th to June 16

Perhaps a surprise to many first-time visitors, Yellowstone Park is heavily forested. The most common trees in the park are lodge pole pine, fir, spruce, and aspen. A few years ago, major forest fires burned thousands of acres of forest in Yellowstone. Today, recovery is well underway with millions of young trees covering the mountains and valleys.