Annual Events

Some articles on annual events, event, events:

Arts And Culture In Augusta, Georgia - Large Events and Festivals
... Augusta is host to a variety of annual events ... The largest event held in the city each year is the Masters golf tournament bringing in around 250,000 visitors ... Other annual events include the cultural festival Arts in the Heart of Augusta, the Hip hop concert Mayfest, and the arts festival Westobou ...
Stamford Museum And Nature Center - Events and Offerings - Annual Events - Model T’s To Mustangs Antique & Classic Car Show
... Each spring, the Stamford Museum Nature Center hosts its antique classic and classic car show featuring automobiles of all makes and models, US as well as imports, manufactured between 1900 and 1979 ... The annual event features a special “focus group” dedicated to a specific brand of car ...
Lugait, Misamis Oriental - Amenities in Town, People Living There and Celebrations
... Sports activities and events are also being held year-round ... For this Lugait has been known as the Events Capital town of the province of Misamis Oriental ... Of interest are the annual events starting from the month of November ...
Laurel Hill Farm - Annual Events
... The first weekend of October a Civil War encampment is held at the site ... Beginning in 1990, this event raises money for the upkeep of the site ...

Famous quotes containing the words events and/or annual:

    Custom, then, is the great guide of human life. It is that principle alone, which renders our experience useful to us, and makes us expect, for the future, a similar train of events with those which have appeared in the past.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    I would not have every man nor every part of a man cultivated, any more than I would have every acre of earth cultivated: part will be tillage, but the greater part will be meadow and forest, not only serving an immediate use, but preparing a mould against a distant future, by the annual decay of the vegetation which it supports.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)