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FALL FESTIVALS> OCTOBER FALL FESTIVAL 2008

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CALIFORNIA
Oktoberfest by the Bay
October 2-5, 2008
San Francisco, California

Over 40,000 people descend annually on Fort Mason overlooking the San Francisco Bay in what's considered the largest Oktoberfest west of the Mississippi River.

Celebrating in the true tradition of Munich's famed Oktoberfest, the festival includes nonstop music, dancing, singing, and the very best in German food and drink. The world renowned 21-piece Chico Bavarian Band headlines the stage.

Phone: 888-746-7522

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FLORIDA
"DING" DARLING DAYS

October 19-26, 2008
Sanibel Island, Florida

"Ding" Darling Days in mid-October signals the long-awaited arrival of fall with opportunities to finally get out and go birding, kayaking, fishing, and hiking without withering in the Florida heat and humidity. Named Sanibel Island's premier birding festival and eco-event, the weeklong festival features a kids fishing day, nature photography seminar, noted wildlife authors and speakers, and a free family fun day with tram tours of "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. The event also includes free food, wildlife presentations, arts and crafts, and the introduction of the year's Federal Duck Stamp artist.

Phone: 239-472-1100

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INDIANA
Indiana Covered Bridge Festival

October 10-19 October, 2008
Parke County, Indiana

The annual festival celebrates Parke County's many covered bridges in eastern Indiana. Headquartered in Rockville on the courthouse lawn since 1957, this festival attracts thousands to Parke County to see the shining stars of it all, 31 historic covered bridges. The fall foliage is spectacular, the bridges are charming and there are lots of activities in communities across the county. Daily bus tours leave the Rockville, Indiana, square and provide a guided tour of the region's covered bridges and historic structures. A full schedule of entertainment is included.
Parke County in eastern Indiana is also the covered bridge capital of the US. The annual countywide festival that always starts on the 2nd Friday of October, unites 9 communities throughout the county, offering a wide variety of antiques, arts and crafts produced by local artists and artists and a variety of foods guaranteed to please just about everyone's palate.
For those not traveling by RV, bus tours leave the square daily to take you on guided tours of the county's communities and famed covered bridges.

Phone: 765-569-5226

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