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painting, mainly of small snuff bottles. Zhang Rucai was born in Hebei Province and since 1972, he started to learn the art of inside painting. In April 1996, he was conferred the title Master of Chinese Folk Arts & Crafts by UNESCO. The city has a fascinating museum and exhibition of the art of the inside painter - many complex paintings done on the inside of small snuff bottles as well as special larger pieces of glassware. See There is a Buddhist Temple on the outskirts


of the 1950's. Many works were set up in public spaces across the country. He won Grand Prix the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels. (the work title was: The Dancers). *

price Adult reduced HUF1500 750 (multiplace ticket) content Folk Arts collection of Pest county.Located in one of the oldest preserved rural character, charming building of Szentendre. The basement make unique this 18th century building, because it gives the impression this is a storey house. The stone-walled cellar contents clay plastered three rooms with foot thick beams, spun twigs. The ceiling of the basement is covered with the original 18th-century wide plank elements. thumb Plaque of the Margit Kovacs Ceramics Museum (File:Margit Kovacs Ceramics Museum, Szentendre, Hungary.JPG) * WikiPedia:Szentendre Commons:Category:Szentendre

Regional Municipality of Niagara

*Canal Days *Niagara Folk Arts Festival *Royal Canadian Henley Regatta *Shaw Festival *Welland Fair *West Niagara Fair *Poultryfest Health care services *Niagara Health System *Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre History and trails *Bruce Trail (Bruce Trail) *Fort George (Fort George, Ontario) National Historic Site (Niagara-on-the-Lake) *Fort Mississauga National Historic Site (Niagara-on-the-Lake) *Greater Niagara Circle Route * Navy Island


Folklore Museum: Hosts a collection of folk arts (Thai folklore), crafts, basketry, pottery and ancient kitchen utensils. Thailand Guidebook-Phitsanulok Province The museum also houses a collection of antique traps for catching snakes, birds, tigers and porcupines. File:Phitsanulok Foundry.jpg thumb right Buranathai Buddha Foundry 150x150px

Ubon Ratchathani

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St. Catharines

-enthusiasts of Niagara. It runs a series of diverse exhibitions throughout the year involving abstract paintings, sculptures, new media installations and film screenings. Recently, the Niagara Artists' Centre moved out of its former location on Bond St. to a newly renovated storefront building on St. Paul Street in the city's downtown. Festivals right thumb 200px The Market is a venue for events like SCENE (Image:St Catharines Farmers Market.jpg) The Folk Arts Festival was first presented to the city by representatives from the ethno cultural communities of Niagara over 35 years ago. From that first festival was created the ''Folk Arts Council of St. Catharines'', which continues to run its festival each year throughout the month of May and concludes with "Folk Arts in the Park", which takes place in Montebello Park in the city's downtown. The Art of Peace Festival is now in its fifth year, the Festival seeks to increase community engagement in art as a tool for reflecting on peace issues. Montebello Park fills with performing arts events, Speak Your Peace! open mic program, community art workshops, an elementary school art exhibition, vendors, and Peace Through Art Stations at which peace groups make information available and offer arts activities. Presented by St. Catharines and Area Arts Council and Project Ploughshares Niagara. The Niagara Grape & Wine Festival is a non-profit organization that presents three popular wine festivals in St. Catharines and Niagara during the year. The Niagara Icewine Festival (Winter), the Niagara New Vintage Festival (Summer), and the Niagara Wine Festival (Fall), which is the largest of the festivals, attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to the region each year. This event known by most locals simply as "Grape and Wine" attracts young and old varying from partiers to wine connoisseurs. The SCENE Music Festival is one-day event held in various clubs and pubs downtown. Rock, indie, pop, singer-songwriter, ska, punk, metal, and many other genres are represented by bands such as Alexisonfire, Bedouin Soundclash, Moneen, Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Damn 13, Shad (Shad (rapper)), Sick Boys, Raising the Fawn, Supergarage, Sailboats Are White, Revenge of the Egg People, IllScarlett, Silverstein (Silverstein (band)), Bang Theory, Dead and Divine, Teenage Head (Teenage Head (band)), Cancer Bats, The New Cities, Lights (Lights (musician)), Madball, Billy Talent and Down with Webster who have played at the festival. Traditionally, a compact disc of select performers is included with admission prices — although in recent years the CD has been expanded to a 2-disc compilation — representative of the growth of the festival. SCENE 2008 and SCENE 2009 included a card with a PIN enabling 50 MP3 downloads, instead of CD's. The International Chicken Chucking Championships takes place every January in the St. Catharines neighbourhood of Port Dalhousie and attracts hundreds of participants and observers. Walter, Karena (January 17, 2009) "Time for a poultry-pitching party", The St. Catharines Standard. Retrieved December 27, 2009. Chicken Chucking consists of pitching or sliding frozen chickens along the ice-covered Martindale Pond, similar to curling and shuffleboard. The bird-brained fundraiser began in 2000 by patrons of the Kilt and Clover after realizing that there was not much to do in Port Dalhousie in the middle of winter. The Kilt and Clover hosts the event, and the money raised is given to local charities, including the food bank. Museums The St. Catharines Museum is located at Lock 3 on the Welland Canal, off the Welland Canals Parkway. An elevated viewing platform at the museum allows visitors to get a close-up look at ships from around the world as they climb this major section of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Along with its exhibits dedicated to the city's history and the canals, the museum is home to the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum. Morningstar Mill, perched atop the Niagara Escarpment, is one of Ontario's oldest mills on an original site, and is fully powered by water. The picturesque park provides a glimpse into the innovative and pioneering spirit of the 19th Century. The YMCA Discovery Centre (formerly The Children's Discovery Centre of Niagara), located in the former Niagara College Horticulture School, provides children and their families with an educational yet entertaining and stimulating place to visit using hands-on, interactive exhibits and outdoor activities. Musical theatre Garden City Productions (formerly the Operatic Society of Grantham United Church 1956-1962) puts on two community theatre shows per year at the Mandeville Theatre in Ridley College. The Port Mansion Theatre in Port put on a year-round schedule of professionally produced musicals, comedies and dramas. It closed in 2011. Theatres St. Catharines is also home to a variety of theatre companies. These include Garden City Productions, Carousel Players (located in the Courthouse), Mirror Theatre, Essential Collectives Theatre and the Empty Box Theatre Company. The city of St Catharines will be getting a new performing arts center in the near future, located by the planned arena and also located in the cities downtown core. Shopping right thumb 200px The Pen Centre (Image:The Pen Centre St. Catharines.JPG) * The Pen Centre - largest shopping mall in the Niagara Peninsula * Fairview Mall * Smart!Centres (formerly ''First Pro Garden City'') * Lincoln Mall — demolished, replaced by ''Lincoln Value Centre'' * Downtown (Downtown St. Catharines, Ontario) Farmers Market * Port Dalhousie (Port Dalhousie, Ontario) Tourist District * Merritt Street, South St. Catharines (Downtown Merritton) See also * List of people from St. Catharines * Karla Homolka References Wikipedia:St. Catharines, Ontario


through today. The expositions also include a rich collection of traditional Yakut folk arts and crafts. *

Davao City

Heritage There are a number of cultural-heritage sites in the city, including the Davao Museum (in Insular Village, Lanang), the Mindanao Folk Arts Museum (Philippine Women's College, Juna Subdivision, Matina), Davaoeño Historical Society Museum (at Magallanes and Claveria Streets) and the Philippine-Japan Museum (Matsuo Compound, Calinan). Japanese historical sites include the Japanese Tunnel (used by Japanese forces during World War II), the 20th-century Japanese cemetery

Prescott, Arizona

First published in ''Real West'' Magazine in January 1982. Annotated by Robert F. Palmquist There, in October 1877, Virgil Earp was deputized by Yavapai County, Arizona Sheriff Ed Bowers during a street gunfight. During the fight, Virgil killed one of the robbers, shooting him twice through the head with a Winchester rifle. In 1878, Virgil served in Prescott as a village night watchman for a couple of months, and was later elected as a constable in Prescott. In 1895, Virgil and Allie traveled to Colorado where they met Virgil's brother Wyatt. They stayed briefly and soon moved back to Prescott (Prescott, Arizona) in Yavapai County, Arizona where Virgil became involved in mining. They moved south after that and began ranching in the Kirkland Valley (Kirkland Valley, Arizona). Virgil was nominated as a candidate for Yavapai County, Arizona Sheriff in 1900, but pulled out of the election for health reasons. capital Fort Whipple (Fort Whipple, Arizona) Prescott (Prescott, Arizona) Tucson (Tucson, Arizona) Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona) government_type Organized incorporated territory The following month, in March 1862, the U.S. House of Representatives, now devoid of the southern delegates and controlled by Republicans, passed a bill to create the United States Arizona Territory using the north-south border of the 32nd meridian west from Washington. The use of a north-south border rather than an east-west one had the effect of denying a ''de facto'' ratification of the Confederate Arizona Territory. The house bill stipulated that Tucson was to be capital. It also stipulated that slavery was to be abolished in the new territory, although it never existed there in the first place. The Arizona Organic Act passed the Senate in February 1863 without the Tucson-as-capital stipulation, and was signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) on February 24, the date of the official organization of the US Arizona Territory. The first capital was at Fort Whipple (Fort Whipple, Arizona), which served until the founding of Prescott (Prescott, Arizona), in the northern Union-controlled area. In 1867, following the end of the Civil War, the capital was moved to Tucson (Tucson, Arizona). In 1877 the capital returned to Prescott and in 1889 it was moved to Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona). thumb Fort Bowie site near Apache Pass. (Image:FortBowieSiteAZ2009.jpg) The first round of hostilities towards native American groups during and just after the American Civil War involved Carleton's California Volunteers (List of California Civil War units) and Pima, Maricopa, Mexican (Mexico) and American (Americans) civilian militias. Carlton's California Column established Camp Lowell in Tucson in 1862 after Captain Sherod Hunter evacuated his Confederates. They also founded Fort Bowie near Apache Pass and Fort Whipple (Fort Whipple, Arizona) near Prescott (Prescott, Arizona). Even though Carleton and his Confederate counterpart, John Baylor, ordered the extermination of all hostile Apache men in Arizona, the California Volunteers were spread too thin to conquer the Yavapais and Apaches or protect the settlers in outlying ranches and mines. They were supplemented by local militias. Eagles (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott#Athletics) Prescott (Prescott, Arizona), Arizona, United States 1978 Early years Born in 1878 in Prescott, Arizona, to Daniel and Eliza (Flynn) Campbell, who came to Fort Whipple (Fort Whipple, Arizona) in 1873 where Daniel worked until 1887. Campbell was the first graduate of Prescott High School in 1893 and went on to St. Mary's College of California in Oakland where he studied geology, but did not receive a degree. In 1894, he became assistant postmaster of Jerome and after service in the Spanish-American War then returned to Prescott where he became postmaster of the nearby town of Jerome (Jerome, Arizona) in 1899. The following year he married Gayle Allen whose


; During this period, her father also served as the publisher of the newspaper ''Vilniaus Žodis'' and the cultural magazine ''Vilniaus Šviesa'' and was an outspoken proponent of Lithuanian independence during the war against Poland (Polish–Lithuanian War). . Gimbutas' parents were connoisseurs of traditional Lithuanian folk arts and frequently invited contemporary musicians, writers, and authors to their home, such as Vydūnas, Juozas Tumas

Piotr Eberhardt, page 21 Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, 1998 and had the lowest literacy level of the nation, Historia gospodarcza Polski * ''Dni Kultury Kresowej'' (''Days of Kresy Culture'') in Prochowice, * ''Kaziuki'' (''Kaziuko mugė''), an annual folk arts and crafts fair, which takes place in Vilnius, is organized in several Polish cities (Gdańsk, Kaziuki w Gdańsku - litewskie święto nad Motławą ref

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