2009 October Events In Port Saint Lucie

August is in full swing and with it, plenty of time to get in some great literature before school starts. Take a peek at what New Hamsphire has in store this weekend.

For more information, visit the Duluth Fall festival or the City of Duluth. Duluth Fall manabadi results sponsors and potential sponsors are invited to visit the refreshment tent during the concert.

Tip #3. Dress nicely and practice good hygiene. Bad breath and an unkempt appearance is a surefire way to start off on the wrong foot. So, now’s the time to get a nice haircut, new outfit, shave, wear cologne/perfume, use mouthwash and keep breath mints on hand.

Beginning at the end of November, the City’s 39th annual Cavalcade of Lights will be launched at Toronto City Hall and throughout the city. At Nathan Phillips Square there will be skating, Saturday night fireworks, Toronto’s Official Christmas Tree, lighting displays, City TV’s traditional New Years Eve bash. Also going on in 14 Toronto neighbourhoods there are energy efficient lighting displays each designed to fit the theme of the neighbourhood. There is also a bus in operation to take you to the various neighbourhoods so you can shop during the day and visit the lights at night.

Portsmouth: Looking Up! A Walking Tour with noted local photographer Marianne Pernold Young manabadi festival p.m at RiverRun Bookstore Congress Street Portsmouth

Japan Fest A performance by Kaminari Taiko drummers, demonstrations, art activities, tours, a Japanese tea ceremony and more. Admission: $5 (free for NOMA members). New Orleans Museum of Art and The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, 1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park, 504.658.4100.

North Conway: New York Times best-selling author Brunonia Barry will discuss her novels, The Lace Reader and The Map of True Places, 7 p.m., White Birch Books, Main St. North Conway, 603 356 3200.

Admission to this event is free and is open to the public from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm. Free parking is available at Kenton Place (17220 W. Catawba Avenue) and there will be a free shuttle from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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