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%), 18 Aromanians (0.05%), 7 Germans (Germans of Romania) (0.02%), 72 others (0.22%), 60 of undeclared ethnicity (0.18%). Tourist attractions thumb 200px left Callatis Artifacts (File:CallatisMangalia.JPG) thumb 200px right Esmahan Sultan Mosque (File:Mangalia Mosque1020578.jpg) The city has been well known in recent years as the place where one of the largest summer festivals in Romania takes place: Callatis Festival. The Scythian tomb discovered in 1959 where

Orleans, Massachusetts

also came to the town. In fact, it was in Eastham that Henry Beston wrote ''The Outermost House.'' The town is discussed at some length in Henry David Thoreau's (Henry David Thoreau) ''Cape Cod'' as the somewhat rugged site of one of New England's largest summer "camp-meeting" evangelistic gatherings in the mid-19th century. The gatherings were at times attended by at least "one hundred and fifty ministers, (!) and five thousand hearers" at a site called

Port Colborne

largest summer festival, The Canal Days Marine Heritage Festival offers activities and attractions that will enliven the senses. The Tall Ships gather in Port Colborne each August holiday weekend, for a four-day celebration of history and heritage. Explore the decks, try your hand at the wheel, or feel the spray as you cruise a Tall Ship on Lake Erie. The Canal Days Festival encompasses the entire community, with activities at a dozen different venues: HH Knoll Lakeview Park hosts Ontario’s largest outdoor classic car and kite show. Each year more than 300,000 people visit the festival over four days. Friends, families, and former residents return and reminisce, and Canal Days continues to grow by bounds. * Wikipedia:Port Colborne Commons:Category:Port Colborne, Ontario

Comox, British Columbia

Columbia Comox , Courtenay (Courtenay, British Columbia), Port Alice (Port Alice, British Columbia), Port McNeill (Port McNeill, British Columbia), Port Hardy (Port Hardy, British Columbia), Alert Bay (Alert Bay, British Columbia), Quadra Island, Denman Island and Hornby Island. * SCSTC HMCS ''Quadra'' (HMCS Quadra), located in Comox, British Columbia, has operated as a Sea Cadet training facility since 1953. It was commissioned in 1956 and is the second largest

summer training facility. It employs over 100 officers and 150 staff cadets each year. The Centre occupies Goose Spit opposite Comox, and makes use of Highland Secondary School (École Highland Secondary School) as an auxiliary training facility for classroom work, first aid, and music training. ''Quadra'' is the only Sea Cadet Training Centre in Canada to include all four trades plus three of the four speciality trades (Marine Engineering (Engine department (ship)), Shipwright

Prince George, British Columbia

;nbsp;km 74 miles), and Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia) (238 km 148 miles). Annual events * The British Columbia Northern Exhibition, also known as the BCNE, started in 1912 and is the city's largest summer event. The four-day show was known as the Prince George Exhibition or PGX until 2012 when the name was changed as part of 100th anniversary celebrations. The BCNE is held each August and attractions include a large midway, food fair, trade show, art and horticulture exhibitions, 4-H exhibitions, firefighter competitions and many other events. * The Forestry and Resources Expo began in 1985 to educate the public about the importance of forests to the city and region, while displaying the latest in forestry technology, supplies and services. The Expo was revamped in 2013 and renamed the Canada North Resources Expo to reflect a focus on the wide range of sectors that impact the economy in Prince George and Northern British Columbia including forestry, oil & gas, mining, independent power producers, the biomass industry and transportation. * Downtown Summerfest was revived by the Downtown Business Improvement Association in 2012 and is held every August. The street party takes place in downtown Prince George and features entertainment, vendors, activities for children and a Taste Pavilion featuring food from local restaurants. * The Prince George Coldsnap Festival (formerly known as the Prince George Folk Festival) is a national folk music festival held annually in the winter at various venues throughout Prince George. Past artists have included John Denver, Bruce Cockburn, Sarah Harmer, Janis Ian, Alpha Ya Ya Diallo. 2006 saw Matthew Good, Fred Eaglesmith, The Paperboys, and many others. The Prince George Folkfest – July 27 & 28, 2007 – Welcome Local musicians include: The Goat Island Extrapolation, – the goat island extrapolation – Prince George, CA – Indie Christian Expérimentale – thegoatislandextrapolation and Shae Morin. Shae Morin * The Snow Daze Winter Festival is held each February. Some of the featured events include the Mr. PG pageant, curling, bed races, OTL (over the line) baseball, Texas hold'em poker tournament and snow golf. Prince George's Mardi Gras of Winter Society – Snow Daze Winter Festival, British Columbia, Canada * Prince George celebrates BC River's Day on the last Sunday in September at Fort George Park with a live free music festival. Performers in 2006 included Marcel Gagnon (Marcel Gagnon (musician)) and Fear Zero among many others. BC Rivers Day Music Festival – Prince George, British Columbia, Canada * The Father's Day Show and Shine is held in Fort George Park and features vendors, live performers and both vintage and modern cars. 2007's event saw an estimated 25,000 visitors and 365 cars were on display. - There are more labour events being planned. Across northern B.C. thousands of w:Canadian Union of Public Employees Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) members are off the job in solidarity with the teachers. In Prince George (w:Prince George, British Columbia) a rally is planned to be held in front of the office of Education Minister Shirley Bond (w:Shirley Bond).


rural crafts and trades. *Luton Carnival, one of the largest summer carnivals in Europe. Buy * '''Debenhams''' * '''Marks & Spencer''' newly built. * '''Primark''' * '''Wilkinson''' * '''TK Maxx''' Luton's Arndale centre was the largest indoor shopping centre in Europe when it was opened in 1971, and it includes a large indoor market. Better (that is, more interesting) shopping is to be found in nearby towns: St Albans, Hitchin and Welwyn Garden City. Eat * '''Balti Nights''', on Wellington Street, just off the High Street by the Town Hall. Great value curry house, has an offer of a popadom, curry, rice and a naan for just £5. Lots of dishes to choose from and very vegetarian friendly. Despite the bargain prices they serve great curries freshly prepared and staff are very friendly and always remember you. * '''Bellini's''', located in the town centre, is a bar and club by night, but during the day it serves up reasonably-priced, semi-Italian cuisine. * '''Lazim''', in the Bury Park area, is a newly opened Indian restaurant with delicious and affordable food; to get an incredibly-priced buffet, go for lunch or on Sunday evenings. * '''Leaside Hotel''' (listed in the accommodation section below) has the most varied menus, including British classics, Mediterranean food and seafood. Portions are generous and booking in advance is a good idea. A great range of food is also available at the bar. The mix of Victorian surroundings and unobtrusive modern touches make this place stand out in a town that many consider a desert for foodies. You should note that, at the time of writing, the main restaurant is closed on Sunday evenings, so do check if you are going on Sunday. * '''ZaZa''', on Park Street. Authentic Italian family run restaurant. Huge portions and great value, a proper little piece of Italy in the heart of Luton. For a quick bite, walk through the Arndale (large shopping centre) and grab some ethnic specialties in the market, such as an Indian samosa or savoury African pancake. There are also franchises like Costa, Gregg's, and McDonald's. Aroma, the Asian restaurant in the Galaxy, offers an incredible (though pricey) buffet; for cheaper prices, go for lunch. Drink * '''White House''', attached the Galaxy cinema bowling arcade complex. Very friendly atmosphere, complete with a fireplace, armchairs, and bookshelves lining the walls. Sleep * Wikipedia:Luton Commons:Category:Luton



Regina, Saskatchewan

February 2006 (UTC) *Oh, they're notable enough, all right: did you miss the part where "the organization currently operates the midway services for some of Canada's largest summer fairs including the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, and the Calgary Stampede"? And even though those two alone would be a slam dunk keep, let's see what else anyway: they do the Pacific National Exhibition, the Ottawa SuperEX, and The Big E in Massachusetts. And, yep


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Mobile, Alabama

''' Informative article. Notable enough, as far as I'm concerned. Vanky (User:Vanky) 00:51, 20 February 2006 (UTC) *Oh, they're notable enough, all right: did you miss the part where "the organization currently operates the midway services for some of Canada's largest summer fairs including the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, and the Calgary Stampede"? And even though those two alone would be a slam dunk keep, let's see what else anyway: they do the Pacific National

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