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Jan 10, 2021
In Virtual Events
Agenda subject to change 10:45am EDT (VIRTUAL) DOORS OPEN 11:00am EDT PROGRAM BEGINS & MAIN STAGE SESSIONS Keynote Conversation As Chairman of the SEC, enhancing the standards of conduct governing broker-dealers and investment advisers has been at the top of Jay Clayton’s agenda. In this exclusive one-on-one conversation with CNBC’s “On-Air Stocks” Editor Bob Pisani, Chairman Clayton will offer a progress report on those enhanced standards and other key SEC initiatives and provide commentary on current market conditions. Speaker: Jay Clayton, Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Interviewer: Bob Pisani, “On-Air Stocks” Editor, CNBC Zooming Out: “Super Mario’s” Long-time Long-term View Long-term investing legend Mario Gabelli brings his wisdom, and undying faith in American capitalism, to the virtual stage, to discuss the opportunities that lie ahead, from digital transformation, to infrastructure, to renewable energy and beyond. Mario Gabelli, Chairman and CEO, GAMCO Investors Interviewer: Becky Quick, “Squawk Box” Co-anchor, CNBC Embracing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion As Americans of all backgrounds push for real change, financial advisors are being forced to embrace equity and inclusion as a value proposition or risk becoming irrelevant in an increasingly diverse environment. Consumers, talent, and investors, today, intentionally seek firms that represent their values and cultural preferences. This panel will provide tangible solutions for positioning an advisory firm for innovation, growth, and sustainability through its investment in human capital. When DEI is done right, a firm enhances its ability to attract and sustain diverse talent and to yield a greater financial return for equitable distribution to its stakeholders. Louis Barajas, CFP, CEO and Partner, MGO Wealth Advisors Lazetta Rainey Braxton, CFP, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, 2050 Wealth Partners Winnie Sun, Managing Director and Founding Partner, Sun Group Wealth Partners Moderator: Sharon Epperson, Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, CNBC 12:40pm EDT MAIN STAGE SESSIONS CONTINUE Retirement Reset in a Post-Covid World Sponsored and Programmed by Alliance for Lifetime Income With the markets fluctuating and Americans’ financial situations uncertain as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Americans are reexamining how they approach their finances and planning – a phenomenon the Alliance has termed “Retirement Reset.” Those nearing retirement, or who are already retired, are feeling the effects of the market downturn the hardest, and many are reevaluating how they structure their retirement portfolios and plan for income to protect them from the possibility of running out of money. David Blanchett, Head of Retirement Research, Morningstar Interviewer: Jean Chatzky, CEO and Co-founder of HerMoney FA100 Highlight We honor the 100 firms named to CNBC’s second annual FA 100 List. These firms are recognized for offering top-level comprehensive planning and financial services that help clients navigate through their complex financial life 1:10pm EDT CONCURRENT SESSIONS - PART 1 Social Media for FAs: Strategies that actually convert followers Social platforms are a must-have piece of every advisor’s marketing plan, but effective social media marketing requires lots of planning and attention. In this session, a leading digital marketing expert who specializes in financial advisor firms leads a conversation about how to convert followers into clients. Samantha Russell, Head of Sales & Marketing, Twenty Over Ten Interviewer: Alexandra Privitera, Senior Director & Supervising Producer, CNBC Strategic Content ESG ETFs: What’s in them and which are the right ones? Tens of billions of dollars have flowed into ESG funds in recent years, and trends suggest that younger clients are more likely to weigh environmental and social factors when making investment choices, or even when choosing an investment advisor. With demand high, ESG so many funds have flooded the market, but it can be hard to sort through the standards they apply and whether the goals of the funds match the objectives of socially and environmentally conscious clients. What to look for when looking for ESG funds. Mona Naqvi, Senior Director, Head of ESG Product Strategy, North America, S&P Dow Jones Indices Interviewer: Bob Pisani, “On-Air Stocks” Editor, CNBC Building a Portfolio for 2021 and Beyond Sponsored and Programmed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management This session will educate financial professionals on developments within the markets and their effects on various investments and asset classes, to help build stronger portfolios. Attendees will explore effective frameworks for understanding the economy and global markets, along with common portfolio trends, considerations and ways to improve the portfolio construction process. Gain ideas about how to utilize data to address the economy and markets based on logic rather than emotion, while supporting your efforts to better evaluate investments and help your clients make sound investment decisions. Stephen Kaplan, Head of Portfolio Insights, J.P. Morgan Asset Management Dr. David Kelly, Chief Global Strategist, J.P. Morgan Asset Management 1:40pm EDT CONCURRENT SESSIONS - PART 2 How to make the most of virtual client meetings Covid-19 put a temporary stop to advisors meeting with their clients in their offices, at their homes, and over meals. A look at the essential digital tools and advanced technology that has helped advisors keep the personal touch when the client relationship went virtual, and what the lasting impact will be. Dani Fava, Head of Strategic Development, EnvestNet  Bill Winterberg, CFP, Founder & President, FPPad.com Interviewer: Jim Pavia, Money Editor, CNBC.com The Continuing Case for Boardroom Diversity While research consistently shows that companies with more diverse boards deliver better returns to their investors, the number of black, latinx or Asian directors remains somewhere below 20 percent by most estimates. In this session, learn what investment professionals can do to influence and encourage more boardroom diversity across their portfolios. Marvin Owens, Chief Engagement Officer, Impact Shares Interviewer: Sharon Epperson, Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, CNBC Evaluating Risk During the Pandemic and Beyond Sponsored and Programmed by Interactive Brokers We are living in one of the highest-risk environments of our lifetime. Advisors are facing unprecedented challenges navigating how to best serve clients, generate high returns, while being conscious of risk. This session will explore ways to evaluate risk across different asset classes as we make our way through this landscape-altering pandemic. Judith Casasampere, Sales Representative, Interactive Brokers John Seeberg, Institutional Investment Advisor, Interactive Brokers Moderator: Joya Dass, Business Journalist
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Jan 10, 2021
In Webinars
September 27th, 2021 to September 28th, 2021 Barcelona, Spain Depression, Psychiatry, Addiction About the Event 2nd Euro Depression and Psychiatry Congress pertains to Psychiatry and Depressive Disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, post-traumatic, seasonal depression, persistent depressive disorder, stress and understanding the effective diagnosis & treatment to identify and help to facilitate the recovery of someone suffering from psychiatric disorders. Contact Lexy Jackson 1201 N. Orange Street Suite 7160, 19801, Wilmington, Delaware, USA Phone:13022447082 Email:depression@plenareno.net">depression@plenareno.net Website:https://depression.plenareno.com Calendar Archive
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Jan 10, 2021
In Virtual Events
About the Event Scientific Meditech Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 3rd International Webinar on Stroke, Neurology Disorders and Therapeuticss during March 26-27, 2021 Webinar (Online) with the Theme: Vision towards Stroke, Neurological Disorders and Cerebrovascular Diseases Recovery. Which includes keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. Website: https://stroke.scientificmeditech.com/ Regards, Aaron Wolfi | Program Manager | Stroke Webinar 2021 61 Bridge Street Kington HR53DJ, UK Phone/WhatsApp: +44-7451238483 E: european.stroke@yandex.com Contact Aaron Wolfi 61 Bridge Street Kington HR53DJ, UK Phone:+44-7451238483 Email:european.stroke@yandex.com Website:https://stroke.scientificmeditech.com/
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Nov 01, 2020
In Seattle WA | Events
Problems are at the center of our work. Whether you're solving a problem for a client (internal or external), supporting those who are solving problems, or discovering new problems to solve, the problems you face can be large or small, simple or complex, and easy or difficult. A fundamental part of every small business owner’s (and employee) role is finding ways to solve them. So, being a confident problem solver is important to your success. Much of that confidence comes from having a good process to use when approaching a problem. With one, you can solve problems quickly and effectively. During this event, we will have a virtual breakout session where you will have the opportunity to engage in some peer to peer problem solving. So, bring a current challenge you are experiencing and let your fellow attendees help you with solutions! The Elevate NW Series is sponsored by our Small Business Champion, Boeing. Date(s): Thu, Nov 12, 2020 Time(s): 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Webinar Members: Free, Registration Required Non-Members: Free, Registration Required Questions: Contact Hannah Holman at 206-389-7216
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Nov 01, 2020
In Schenectady NY | Events
Just the Capitol January 1 - 9, 2021  THE ANNUAL MEMBERS SHOW Saratoga Arts 320 Broadway - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 584-4132. Saratoga Arts is pleased to announce our Annual Members Show Featuring artwork created by our member artists. The exhibit opens on Saturday, November 14 and will run through January 9, 2021. Join us on Saturday, November 14 from 12pm-6pm for the opening reception of The Annual Members show. Over two decades have past since Saratoga Arts hosted its first Annual Members Show at this location. Don't miss our Membership Special that day - all new members and renewing members at this event will receive 2 extra months on their membership! All Covid-19 regulations will be in place for the safety of all attendees. Refreshments will be served outside, weather permitting. This show is a great opportunity for our established and emerging member artists to display their best works in a professional exhibition and celebrate their many talents with fellow artists and the community. We are excited to present the exhibit this year in both in-person at Saratoga Arts main gallery and in an online format. Web Site January 1 FRIDAY NIGHT REWIND Water Works Pub 76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079. 11PM-2AM Web Site January 1 RICK BEDROSIAN Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House 366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100. We have free live music every Fri and Sat night. 7-10PM Web Site January 1 LIVE MUSIC Lark Tavern 453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490. Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm 6-9PM Web Site January 2 EMERALD DAWN Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House 366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100. We have free live music every Fri and Sat night. 7-10PM Web Site January 2  BEER & BRUNCH City Beer Hall 42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337. BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY. 11AM-3PM Web Site January 2 DJ KARAOKE Rusty Nail Grill and Tavern 1781 Route 9 - Clifton Park, NY (518) 371-9875. 10:00PM Web Site January 2  ART IN THE PARK Congress Park Saratoga Springs, NY Fine Art, Local Music, Good Food 10AM-4PM Web Site January 2 BINGO Schenectady Bingo Palace 1866 State Street - Schenectady, NY (518) 374-2262. Games Begin At 6:00PM Web Site January 3 PEARL Water Works Pub 76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 465-9079. 11PM-2AM Web Site January 3 LIVE MUSIC Lark Tavern 453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490. Happy Hour 4:00-8:00pm/$2 PBR $3 Well Drinks/$3 Domestic/$4 Craft Beers/Half Priced Appetizers 'till 7:00pm 6-9PM Web Site January 3  BEER & BRUNCH City Beer Hall 42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337. BRUNCH ENTREE INCLUDES COFFEE + A CRAFT BEER, BLOODY MARY, MIMOSA OR SCREWDRIVER. EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY. 11AM-3PM Web Site January 3  SUNNY SUNDAYS miSci 15 Nott Terrace Heights - Schenectady, NY  (518) 382-7890. Sunny Sundays are your opportunity to take a safe glimpse at the sun! Educators from the Dudley Observatory at miSci will operate our 14inch telescope inside the roll-top roof observatory, allowing visitors to safely look at the sun and search for sunspots. Other objects such as the moon and planets may also be visible. In the event of poor weather, we will have hands-on activities indoors instead. The observatory will be open from 1-2:30pm every Sunday. miSci galleries will be open continuously from 12-5pm. Access to the observatory or activities is free with museum admission ($12 Adult, $10 Senior, $8 Child). 1-2:30PM Web Site January 4 BINGO Italian Community Center Bingo 1450 5th Ave. - Troy, MA (518) 274-0508 Games Begin At 7:30PM Web Site January 4 MANIC KARAOKE MONDAYS Elda's On Lark 205 Lark Street - Albany, NY (518) 499-3532. 9PM/21+ Web Site January 4 KARAOKE MONDAYS Water Works Pub 76 Central Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 465-9079. 10PM-2AM Web Site January 4  VINYL NIGHT City Beer Hall 42 Howard Street - Albany, NY  (518) 449-2337. Classic Vinyl All Night. You Bring Em, We'll Spin Em 7PM Web Site January 4 MONDAY COMEDY NIGHT Lark Tavern 453 Madison Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 694-8490. Monday Night COMEDY NIGHT at the Lark Tavern!! Come down and check out some of the area's up and coming comedians. Guaranteed laughs!! 9PM Web Site January 4 LIVE MUSIC/POETRY ETC.. McGeary's Irish Pub 4 Clinton Square - Albany, NY (518) 463-1455. 7:30PM Web Site January 4 OPEN MIC Cafe Lena 47 Phila Street - Saratoga Springs, NY  (518) 583-0022. •Every Monday. All ages, all styles. Originals encouraged but not required. •Free for Students / $3 for Adults •Sign-up is 7 PM to 7:25 PM / Show at 7:30 / 2 songs or 10 minutes You are welcome to use our Yamaha studio upright acoustic piano or acoustic Martin guitar. We can play your MP3 backing track through our sound system. You are welcome to bring amps and drums BUT set up and break down is part of your 10 minutes. The host draws names from a bowl at 7:30. The first person drawn gets first choice of timeslot, second gets second choice, etc. The host will add you to the end of the roster if you arrive by 8:30 PM. •Full table service (see menu). No alcohol. •Play Nice! We foster a diverse community that has a great time making art and helping one another get better. Excessive profanity, explicit sexual themes, and “humor” that unkindly targets a specific group undermines this goal. It is up to the discretion of the host to enforce the house standards. 7PM/$3 DOOR Web Site January 5  TRIVIA Pauly's Hotel 337 Central Avenue - Albany, NY  (518) 426-0828. 9PM Web Site January 5 BINGO Polish Community Center 225 Washington Ave. Ext. - Albany, NY (518) 456-3995. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer for a nice night out! Jackpot $1,000. Kitchen opens at 6PM! Special Games and Great Food Specials every week! Doors Open At 6:00PM - Games Begin At 7:30PM Web Site January 5 OPEN MIC Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor & Coffee House 366 Delaware Avenue - Albany, NY (518) 512-5100. 7PM Web Site January 5 OPEN MIC Helsinki Hudson 405 Columbia Street - Hudson, NY  (518) 828-4800. 8-11PM Web Site
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Nov 01, 2020
In Albany NY | Events
Hosted By: The City of Albany Office of Cultural Affairs When: Tuesday, Dec 29, 2020 until Thursday, Dec 31, 2020See Below for Dates & Times Where: Albany, NY Cost: Varies The City of Albany and St. Peter’s Cardiac & Vascular Center present the 24th annual Albany Last Run 5K virtually this year!  Runners can complete their run during the month of December and then submit their time.  Awards for the race will be mailed to the winners in January after the race is completed.   Registration is now open! Register online here: https://zippyreg.com/online_reg/?e=1459 The Albany Last Run 5K is sponsored by St. Peters Cardiac and Vascular Center!  Media support is provided by Spiral Design Studios and Albany.com.  Please note, the photos on this listing reflect previous years' Last Run 5K events and are not representative of 2020's virtual format.
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Nov 01, 2020
In Syracuse NY | Events
Syracuse Events Tuesday, December 22 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST ADMISSION: $8. "Making a Modern Port" temporary exhibit features images from the construction of the present day Port of Oswego Authority building on the east pier 65 years ago. This exhibit is included in the admission to the Maritime Museum. H. Lee White Maritime Museum1 W. First St. Pier Oswego, NY 131263153420480https://www.hlwmm.org
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Nov 01, 2020
In Yonkers NY | Events
We tend to think of Beethoven as a giant, one of the great three "B"s of classical music, but image the challenge of presenting a first symphony in the footsteps of Mozart and Hayden. Hear how Beethoven's Symphony #1 masters the Classical tradition but also clearly stakes out his personal vision. Beethoven's only Violin Concerto opens the concert with renowned soloist Chin Kim.  FREE. At Saunders High School at 183 Palmer Rd, just east of the Saw Mill Pkwy.
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Nov 01, 2020
In Rochester NY | Events
Shop ‘til you drop This region is a shopper's paradise! Suburban malls include the upscale shops at Eastview Mall in Victor, Marketplace Mall in Henrietta, Pittsford Plaza in Pittsford, and the immense Mall at Greece Ridge in Greece. If you can't resist a bargain, you've come to the right place! There's a thriving collection of discount stores and outlet centers, too, including approximately 100 stores at Waterloo Premium Outlets, just to the east of Rochester.  You'll find boutiques and specialty shops in scenic locales along the Erie Canal and charming historic settings, including the Main Streets of the small towns and villages throughout the area. Or, head to "The Avenues" - Park, Monroe, and University - for each street's distinctive combination of shops, cafés, service businesses, restaurants, pocket parks, artwork, and intriguing residences. Excellent gift shops in local museums and attractions offer one-of-a-kind treasures and wonderful souvenirs. Rochester's Public Market is over 100 years old and provides bargains every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Vendors offer their fresh foods, ethnic delicacies, and specialty items. Sunday special events throughout the year include "Greatest Garage Sales Ever," "Holidays at the Market" and "Homegrown at the Market." Click here for a complete list of special offers & great deals!
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Nov 01, 2020
In Buffalo NY | Events
Songkick Grammy winning, virtuosic Italian-American trumpet player, Chris Botti hails from Portland, Oregon, US. He has had four albums reach the top spot of the Billboard Jazz albums chart. Botti began to play the trumpet at the young age of nine, and grew very fond of it following a listen of Miles Davis playing “My Funny Valentine”. Through a great amount of practice and hard graft, when he was seventeen, he enrolled at Mount Hood Community College, promising his high school that he would achieve his senior year credits. He would go to school by day and then play at the clubs by night. It was around this time that he earned the opportunities to study under some of the world’s trumpet heavyweights such as David Baker, Bill Adam and Woody Shaw. Botti didn’t complete his final year of university, due to the opportunity to play with Frank Sinatra and Buddy Rich. He relocated to New York City to work on his craft as a session musician, and combined with his entrepreneurial skills, he performed with Aretha Franklin, Bette Midler, Joni Mitchell and more. Most notably around this time, he performed with Paul Simon in Central Park on The Rhythm of the Saints tour. Botti’s released a series of solo albums between 1995 and 1999 that featured collaborations with Sting. In 1999, he was invited to tour with Sting on the Brand New Day tour. He claims that his working relationship with Sting changed his career. Following the success with Sting, he signed a record deal with Columbia Recordings and released and album called “Night Sessions” in 2001, before quickly releasing another album that featured a composition by Richard Marx. He released an album each year, each one being of a great standard, with a credible accolade that made it special, including his album “Italia”, on which he joins forces with Andrea Bocelli. In 2009 with His studio albums from “When I Fall in Love” up until “Impressions” have all reached the number one spot on the Jazz charts. Kleinhans Music Hall 71 Symphony Circle14201Buffalo, NY, US(716) 883-3560www.kleinhansbuffalo.org
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Nov 01, 2020
In New York City NY | Events
SongKick The Mountain Goats are an indie rock band hailing from Claremont, California, U.S who formed in 1991. Led by singer, songwriter and the man regarded as the best lyricist in American rock John Darnielle, they have released 15 studio albums since their debut effort in 1994. John Darnielle was born on March 16th, 1967 in Bloomington, Indiana. At the age of two he lost his birth father, leading him and his mother to relocate to Central California where he grew up with a physically and emotionally abusive step-father. To cope with it he retreated into music and writing in a big way, but found that once high school was over, he couldn’t bring himself to stay in his hometown any longer. He found a job as a psychiatric nurse at the Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk, California and began writing songs on the guitar when he wasn’t working. He started performing live around 1990, and made a valuable friend in the form of Dennis Callaci. Callaci was the owner of Shrimper Records, and after Darnielle gave him a boombox recorded demo tape of some of his early songs, Callaci released it as Darnielle’s first album “Taboo IV: The Homecoming”. Unwilling to perform under his own name, Darnielle took the moniker The Mountain Goats from the Screamin’ Jay Hawkins song “Yellow Coat” and began to tour with only himself on guitar and his friend Rachel Ware on the bass guitar. In 1991, Darnielle started attending the Pitzeer College in Claremont to study for an English degree, and it was during this time that he started properly focusing on songwriting, becoming renowned for his massively prolific output of songs. Between 1991 and 1995 he released a large number of cassette’s and seven inch vinyl’s and built up a devoted following because of it. However, once he left college he decided to take his band more seriously and make a go of starting an actual career in music. His debut album proper, “Zopilote Machine”, had been released in 1994, and he spent the rest of the 1990’s building his following into a proper, nationwide fan-base. While the group have never been commercially successful, they remain one of the most critically acclaimed and respected acts in American indie rock. Darnielle remains as prolific as ever, and has grown into a truly captivating live act to boot. The Mountain Goats are a band to see as soon as possible, and they come highly recommended.
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Feb 13, 2019
In Honolulu HI | Events
Hapalua Half Marathon Apr 14, 2019 · Waikiki, Oahu Hapalua translates to half in Hawaiian — it’s the most popular half marathon in Hawaii. The beautiful course goes through Honolulu, Waikiki, and up and around Diamond Head before finishing in Kapiolani Park — a run through paradise. There is no time limit and all finishers receive a medal, along with fresh malasadas and shave ice. Race starts as the sun is coming up — at 6 a.m. Cost to enter, ranges from $68 for U.S. Military and students who register by Jan. 13, up to $110 for Hawaii, USA and Canada residents who register by April 1. For a complete list of fees to enter, go to https://www.thehapalua.com/key-information/how-to-enter. Entries include on-course and post-race entertainment and food, race shirt, race bag, finisher medal, and malasadas. For more info Sponsored by Honolulu Marathon Association Website https://www.thehapalua.com/key-information/how-to-enterOpens external link to page that may not meet accessibility guidelines
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Feb 12, 2019
In Tuscaloosa AL | Events
Druid City Arts Festival April 06, 2019 in Tuscaloosa , AL 10 a.m. to 5 p.m 📷Unless otherwise stated, photo provided by Druid City Arts Festival website The Druid City Arts Festival’s goal is to provide a quality arts and music festival, which strengthens Tuscaloosa as a destination market for the arts circuit, while also educating, engaging and inspiring both youth and adults about the arts and humanities within the Tuscaloosa community. DCAF has had rich success in introducing new music and visual artists to the Tuscaloosa community and has provided a free day of fun and entertainment for everyone during the past seven years. Free festival parking is available in the Intermodal Parking Facility adjacent to Government Plaza on 7th Street. Anyone interested in volunteering, hosting an organization booth, or working as a vendor at Saturday’s event can register at www.druidcityartsfestival.com. For up-to-date news, visit www.druidcityartsfestival.com, follow @theDCAF on Twitter, or call 205-391-9200. The Druid City Arts Festival began as a vision that several Creative Campus freshman students at the University of Alabama had, which was to create a festival that promoted the appreciation of the arts, culture and community in Tuscaloosa. Turning their dream in to a reality, the first DCAF took place in 2010 and has continued since then. In 2016, 90 vendors displayed their art to a record crowd of over 12,000. 📷Get directions | View in Google Maps
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Feb 12, 2019
In Hoover AL | Events
Celebrate Hoover Day Saturday, April 27, 2019 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Veterans Park on Valleydale Parking at Spain Park High School Complimentary shuttles to the park Free event Event Features: Veterans Memorial Paver DedicationGiant Apple PieMayfield Ice CreamExpansive Exhibitor PavilionKids Zone with inflatables & gamesPetting ZooCarnival RidesBlood DriveCar ShowLive EntertainmentDocument shredding provided by Shred-it Celebrate Hoover Day is an annual city-wide celebration that is free to the public. This family-friendly event draws more than 10,000 residents of all ages to Veterans Park on Valleydale for a fun day at the park. Members of The Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce are invited to be a part of our Exhibitor Tent by completing the Registration Form and mailing appropriate fees no later than Thursday, April 19, 2018. http://www.hooveral.org/366/Celebrate-Hoover-Day
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Feb 12, 2019
In Atlanta GA | Events
Atlanta, Georgia We're back for the 5TH ANNUAL Atlanta Bear Pride! Friday, April 19th, 2019 — Sunday, April 2st, 2019 Join us as we celebrate a big weekend of events, entertainment and showcase all of what Atlanta has to offer. Bears, cubs, otters, chubs, chasers and friends from around the globe. More details coming soon at: atlantabearpride.com Atlanta Bear Pride is proudly sponsored by Absolut, The Official vodka of ABP Bud Light, The Official Beer of ABP. Bearracuda Heretic Cruise 2019! bearsoverboard.com General questions/inquiries http://atlantabearpride.com/contact/
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Dec 05, 2018
In Rockford IL | Events
Our  Calendar of Events is the No. 1 source for Things to Do and activities in the Rockford region. Whether you are looking to catch a Rockford IceHogs game, watch the next great performance at the Coronado Theatre, take in live music or find out about the latest special exhibit at one of the area’s great museums like the Discovery Center Children's Museum or the Burpee Museum of Natural History, our events calendar will have the scoop on “What’s Happening”. We invite you to explore our listings below or use our search tool to help you discover the perfect fit for your adventures. In fact, there are so many things to do in Rockford that you will probably find yourself running out of time even when the weather is cold! Live music, special exhibits and outdoor adventures are waiting for you throughout the Rockford region.
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Dec 05, 2018
In Aurora IL | Events
AURORA AREA EVENTS CALENDAR #EnjoyAurora with signature events like the Broadway Series at Paramount Theatre and summer concerts at RiverEdge Park that attract visitors from all over the country. Venues throughout the region pack the calendar with great options for family fun, vibrant nightlife, and outdoor adventure. All that's missing from these events is you!  Find enjoy aurora http://www.enjoyaurora.com/Events
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Dec 05, 2018
In Chicago IL | Events
The Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival gathers writers, performers, and comedy lovers together to create and celebrate in the comedy capital of the world. Debuting in 2002 when 35 local sketch comedy groups gathered to share their craft, The Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival is now the largest in the world, hosting over 180 groups from around the globe, performing nearly 200 shows over 8 days. Every hour, on the hour, performances take place in each of Stage 773's four performance spaces. With the festival averaging 20 shows a night, over 11,000 patrons annually brave the Chicago winter to enjoy this comedy oasis. https://www.stage773.com/sketchfest/
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Dec 03, 2018
In Honolulu HI | Events
Wed, Jan 9, 7 PM Stan Sheriff Center 1355 Lower Campus Rd, Honolulu, HI Cal State Fullerton Titans & Hawaii Warriors Basketball at Stan Sheriff Center on Wednesday Jan 9, 2019 at 7:00PM
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Dec 02, 2018
In Honolulu HI | Events
January 01, 2019 - January 09, 2019 The 2019 annual Waimea Ocean Film Festival (Waimea Film) kicks off the new year January 1-9, in Waimea, as well as The Fairmont Orchid, Hawai‘i, Mauna Kea Resort and Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Festival passes are available online starting July 11, 2018 at www.waimeaoceanfilm.org with extra early purchase pass rates available at that time. The Waimea Ocean Film Festival brings an immersive visual experience to the island each January, offering guests heart-pounding adventure, giant surf, marine life, international expeditions and ocean action, all while garnering greater insight and understanding into the ocean environment and island culture with filmmaker talks and activities. Over 60 films feature ocean experience, ocean environment, island culture, inspiring stories and epic adventure
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