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July Florida Festivals
4, STATEWIDE; Various large and small communities throughout the state will hold Independence Day Celebrations. Consult our center-page calendar for individual events, or call your local chamber of commerce. HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!
20, POMPANO BEACH, Rainbow Festival 2002; The City of Pompano Beach presents its annual arts & crafts street festival from 11:00am to 6:00pm at its new location: Martin Luther King Blvd. (between NW 6th Ave. and Dixie Hwy): Arts & Crafts, a variety of delicious food, entertainment, dancing, games, local service organizations, children's activities and much more. For information on Sponsorship Opportunities or to participate as a vendor, call Joyce Jackson at 954/786-4111.
August Florida Festivals
17-18, MELBOURNE, 7th Annual FSCP Fais-Dais-Dos Cajun Festival; A two-day celebration of Cajun culture, food, music, dance and art presented by Space Coast Pops: Authentic spicy cajun foods, beer, 3 cajun-style bands; arts and crafts, children's area and more. At Wickham Park Pavillion, Wickham Road. For information: 321/632-7445.
23-25, LAKE PLACID, 12th Annual Caladium Festival; visit the Caladium Capital of the World: Bus "Full Color" Tours of Caladium Fields, Art contests, craft booths, murals, children's activities, wonderful food and much more. Free adm. and parking. Info: 863/465-4331
30 to Sep 1, BROOKSVILLE, Sertoma Youth Ranch Labor Day Bluegrass Festival; 3 days of top Bluegrass talent, camping and fun. For information; 352/754-3082.
31 to Sep 2, DADE CITY, Pioneer Florida Festival; A Southeast Tourism Society's "Top 20 Events". All-day entertainment: Gospel, Folk, Country and more. True Craft demonstrations, Arts & Crafts Show, Children's activities: Grandma's Hug-N-Farm, wagon & pony rides, puppet show. Antique cars and tractors, reenactment battle, community exhibit and lots of good food. Call 352/567-0262.
September Florida Festivals
21, DeLAND, 4th Annual Riverfront Craft Show; 9am to 5pm, over 80 crafters, entertainment, food and refreshments. Free admission. For information call Sandy at 386/736-3680
28, GRANT, Q-FEST 2002, 10 am to 10 pm, to be held at The world famous Grant Seafood Festival grounds; featuring various styles of Bar-B-Que, Arts & Crafts and live continuous entertainment. Proceeds from this event will benefit TOYZ 4 KIDZ, an organization that provides toys for needy children in Brevard and Indian River Counties. Free Admission and Free Parking. Craft and Food vendors are needed. For information and applications call 321/409-9055 or 321/266-6567 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
October Florida Festivals
5, WILLISTON, Central Florida Peanut Festival; Linear Park. Food, Crafts, games -- Everything Peanuts! Call 352/528-5552
5, LAUREL HILL, Hobo Festival; Family entertainment all day! 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arts & Crafts, Antique Car Display, Lots of food. Sponsored by The Laurel Hill Volunteer Fire Department. Free parking. For more information: 850/652-4598
5, UMATILLA, Florida Black Bear Festival, at the City Park; Field Trips, Bear Gift vendors, children's activities, good food, artists, musicians, Florida author's corner, wildlife presentations, a teddy bear repair clinic, 5k run and much more. For additional information call: 407/323-8903, or visit Our Site
5-6, VERO BEACH, 15th Annual Autumn in the Park, Crafts and Artworks; ar Riverside Park, presented by The Treasure Coast Pilot Club, Inc. For information: 561/569-3131
5-6, LAKE MARY/HEATHROW, Sixteenth Annual Festival of the Arts; Juried. $20,000 in Prize money plus purchase awards. Deadline for application: July 31. For application and information: 407/585-2086.
19-20, SAN ANTONIO, 36th Annual Rattlesnake Festival; 5 and 1m. race, wildlife exhibits; arts & crafts vendors, BBQ dinners, children's activities, entertainment, gospel sing and more. 352/588-4444
26-27, LAKE WALES, 27th Annual Pioneer Day, on the shores of Lake Wailes. Reenactments, Crafts, Antiques, Quilts, CSX Historic Corridor Open House, plus traditional foods and more. Vendor spaces available @ $50.00 For information call 863/678-4209; E-mail email@example.com
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