Clues for: Annual Events

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A March festival in Valencia features these, los fuegos artificiales, so loud that it bans pregnant women from some events fireworks 200 March 20, 2015
Little Big Horn days in Hardin, Montana includes a reenactment of this June 1876 event Little Bighorn (Custer\'s Last Stand) 400 March 20, 2015
The annual marathon up & down this Colorado peak is called "America's Ultimate Challenge" Pikes Peak 600 March 20, 2015
Since 1950 this Caribbean capital has played host to an international Ernest Hemingway fishing tournament Havana 800 March 20, 2015
September's World of Speed event at this Utah site features the world's fastest wheel-driven cars Bonneville Salt Flats 1000 March 20, 2015
You're looking at the word "month" as in the phrase "January is National" this "Literacy Month" Braille 200 November 7, 2014
You're looking at the word "month" as in the phrase "January is National" this "Literacy Month" Braille 200 November 7, 2014
Bow to yer partner, & to yer corner... allemande left into Sept., now I'll bet yer gonna remember... Sept. is Intl. this month square dance 400 November 7, 2014
Bow to yer partner, & to yer corner... allemande left into Sept., now I'll bet yer gonna remember... Sept. is Intl. this month square dance 400 November 7, 2014
Feb. 6 is this "fowl" day feting the adoption of the 20th Amendment shortening the time from election to inauguration lame duck 600 November 7, 2014
Feb. 6 is this "fowl" day feting the adoption of the 20th Amendment shortening the time from election to inauguration lame duck 600 November 7, 2014
Frankenstein Day is celebrated on August 30 in honor of her birthday Mary Shelley 800 November 7, 2014
Frankenstein Day is celebrated on August 30 in honor of her birthday Mary Shelley 800 November 7, 2014
As far as piday.org is concerned, that event falls on this date, of course March 14th 1000 November 7, 2014
As far as piday.org is concerned, that event falls on this date, of course March 14th 1000 November 7, 2014
In 2013 the annual August tribute week to him in Memphis included a Graceland trivia tour Elvis 200 November 14, 2013
In 2013 the annual August tribute week to him in Memphis included a Graceland trivia tour Elvis 200 November 14, 2013
Its route begins in Hopkinton, Massachusetts & passes Fenway Park the Boston Marathon 400 November 14, 2013
Its route begins in Hopkinton, Massachusetts & passes Fenway Park the Boston Marathon 400 November 14, 2013
The Wings over the Prairie festival in Stuttgart, Ark., in November features the world championship of calling these fowl ducks 800 November 14, 2013
The Wings over the Prairie festival in Stuttgart, Ark., in November features the world championship of calling these fowl ducks 800 November 14, 2013
This Mississippi port has been holding the blessing of the shrimp boats each spring since 1929 Biloxi 1000 November 14, 2013
This Mississippi port has been holding the blessing of the shrimp boats each spring since 1929 Biloxi 1000 November 14, 2013
This holiday falls on what was once the last day of the Celtic year when ghosts of the dead returned to Earth Halloween November 14, 2013
This holiday falls on what was once the last day of the Celtic year when ghosts of the dead returned to Earth Halloween November 14, 2013
Each November this organization sponsors the Great American Smokeout to encourage us to quit smoking the American Cancer Society 200 May 22, 2013
Each November this organization sponsors the Great American Smokeout to encourage us to quit smoking the American Cancer Society 200 May 22, 2013
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from aboard the USS Iwo Jima in New York.) Since 1984 New York City has thrown this 7-day celebration of the Navy, Marines & Coast Guard; featuring tours, demonstrations & sailors in the streets Fleet Week 600 May 22, 2013
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from aboard the USS Iwo Jima in New York.) Since 1984 New York City has thrown this 7-day celebration of the Navy, Marines & Coast Guard; featuring tours, demonstrations & sailors in the streets Fleet Week 600 May 22, 2013
The annual festival honoring her in Greenville, Ohio features a shooting contest & a kiddie tractor pull Annie Oakley 800 May 22, 2013
The annual festival honoring her in Greenville, Ohio features a shooting contest & a kiddie tractor pull Annie Oakley 800 May 22, 2013
5K & 10K races are part of the Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run during Icebox Days in International Falls in this state Minnesota 1000 May 22, 2013
5K & 10K races are part of the Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run during Icebox Days in International Falls in this state Minnesota 1000 May 22, 2013
The Cereal Festival, with "The World's Longest Breakfast Table", is an annual event in this Michigan city Battle Creek May 22, 2013
The Cereal Festival, with "The World's Longest Breakfast Table", is an annual event in this Michigan city Battle Creek May 22, 2013
A 1971 law moved this observance to the fourth Monday in October; in 1978 it moved back to its November date Veterans Day 200 May 29, 2012
A 1971 law moved this observance to the fourth Monday in October; in 1978 it moved back to its November date Veterans Day 200 May 29, 2012
Each autumn this state capital plays host to the World Dairy Expo Madison 400 May 29, 2012
Each autumn this state capital plays host to the World Dairy Expo Madison 400 May 29, 2012
Guacamole isn't as popular there as it is in the U.S. on the same day, but the Netherlands' liberation day is on this date May 5th 600 May 29, 2012
Guacamole isn't as popular there as it is in the U.S. on the same day, but the Netherlands' liberation day is on this date May 5th 600 May 29, 2012
The Spud Days festival held in Shelley in this state features the Miss Russet pageant & the tater trot race Idaho 200 March 2, 2012
The Spud Days festival held in Shelley in this state features the Miss Russet pageant & the tater trot race Idaho 200 March 2, 2012
Since 1940 Lincoln, New Mexico has presented a folk pageant called "The Last Escape of" this young outlaw Billy the Kid 400 March 2, 2012
Since 1940 Lincoln, New Mexico has presented a folk pageant called "The Last Escape of" this young outlaw Billy the Kid 400 March 2, 2012
2012 marks the 60th year of the Florida Folk Festival, way down upon this river at Stephen Foster State Park Suwannee 600 March 2, 2012
2012 marks the 60th year of the Florida Folk Festival, way down upon this river at Stephen Foster State Park Suwannee 600 March 2, 2012
During the week of this Triple Crown horse race, amphibians compete in the frog hop at Patterson Park in Baltimore the Preakness 800 March 2, 2012
During the week of this Triple Crown horse race, amphibians compete in the frog hop at Patterson Park in Baltimore the Preakness 800 March 2, 2012
This Halloween symbol originated in Ireland, where candles were once placed in turnips to keep away ghosts jack-o\'-lanterns 1000 March 2, 2012
This Halloween symbol originated in Ireland, where candles were once placed in turnips to keep away ghosts jack-o\'-lanterns 1000 March 2, 2012
The Trailing of the Sheep Festival in Ketchum & Hailey in this state has workshops on how to cook lamb & work with wool Idaho 200 June 7, 2011
In 1941 Congress made this a paid federal holiday, 165 years after it was first celebrated the 4th of July (Independence Day) 400 June 7, 2011
The Saturday after Thanksgiving, Salley, S.C. celebrates with a festival devoted to these fried pig intestines chitlins 600 June 7, 2011
This city's Wyatt Earp Days features a chili cook-off & an 1880s fashion show Tombstone 1000 June 7, 2011
Fence painting & frog jumping contests are highlights of an annual festival held in this Missouri city Hannibal June 7, 2011
Every year since 1992, the World Invitational Hula Festival has been held in this state capital Honolulu 200 July 14, 2010
This city's 4th of July celebration includes fireworks & music on the Charles, near the Longfellow Bridge Boston 400 July 14, 2010
This city's annual Three Rivers Regatta features live concerts & the National Dragon Boat Championships Pittsburgh 600 July 14, 2010
An annual Michigan event is the Labor Day walk over this bridge between the Upper & Lower Peninsulas the Mackinac Bridge 800 July 14, 2010
An annual festival in Caraquet, New Brunswick celebrates the culture of these French settlers the Acadians 1000 July 14, 2010
Forefathers Day, December 21, celebrates the 1620 landing here Plymouth 200 June 21, 2010
Prior to this holiday, the Japanese celebrate with bonenkais, or "year forgetting parties" New Year\'s 400 June 21, 2010
Every February, the town of Menton in France hosts La Fete du Citron--citron being this fruit lemon 600 June 21, 2010
In the 1840s Esther Howland made these cards from imported paper lace & floral decorations Valentines 800 June 21, 2010
Ten Days on the Island is an annual cultural festival taking place throughout this Australian state Tasmania 1000 June 21, 2010
On Feb. 1, 2009 an estimated 98.7 million Americans tuned in to watch this sports event the Super Bowl 200 November 6, 2009
This state's Queen Lili'ukalani Outrigger Canoe Race covers 18 miles between Kailua & Honaunau Hawaii 400 November 6, 2009
Thomson, Georgia's festival celebrating this green gourd includes a seed-spitting contest watermelon 600 November 6, 2009
Though far from Jamaica, Humboldt County, California has a huge annual festival devoted to this musical genre reggae 800 November 6, 2009
The AFL-CIO chose this holiday in 2007 to launch a nationwide drive for health care reform Labor Day 1000 November 6, 2009
Each year in October, this New Mexico city hosts the world's largest hot air balloon festival Albuquerque 200 September 17, 2008
From 1939 to 1941 it was celebrated on the second to last Thursday in November Thanksgiving 400 September 17, 2008
In recent years, descendants of these 2 feuding families from Kentucky & W.V. have gathered for an annual festival the Hatfields & the McCoys 800 September 17, 2008
It's the date of Martinmas, of Angola's Independence Day & of Veterans Day in the U.S. November 11th 1000 September 17, 2008
For over 40 years, St. Albans in this state has hosted an annual Maple Festival Vermont September 17, 2008
This president loved oysters, & an annual oyster event takes place in his hometown, Oyster Bay, Long Island Theodore Roosevelt 200 April 3, 2008
Conceived by store employees, this department store's beloved Thanksgiving Day parade debuted in NYC in 1924 Macy\'s 400 April 3, 2008
Dolls representing the emperor & empress occupy a place of honor during this Asian country's Girls' Festival Japan 600 April 3, 2008
In 2005, during the annual festival named for him, a statue of this Roman god was dedicated in Virginia Beach, Va. Neptune 800 April 3, 2008
Don't miss the pie-eating contest at this northwest state's Apple Blossom Festival in Wenatchee Washington State 1000 April 3, 2008
A highlight of Nebraskaland Days in North Platte is the pro rodeo named for this Wild West showman Buffalo Bill 200 June 14, 2006
The annual convention of this music of which Bill Monroe is the "father" has taken place in Nashville since 1984 bluegrass music 400 June 14, 2006
Ths anti-apartheid activist's July 18th birthday is now an annual event celebrated in South Africa Nelson Mandela 600 June 14, 2006
Washington's victory over this British general is celebrated each October 19 on Yorktown Day Cornwallis 800 June 14, 2006
Sacrifices abound on 'Id al-Adha as Muslims commemorate when Ishmael was ransomed for one of these animals a ram (a sheep accepted) 1000 June 14, 2006
Michigan claims the nation's oldest one, starting in 1849; don't miss the pig races or the midway a state fair 200 October 18, 2005
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds up a lantern.) Lanterns are popular in Cairo's bazaar right now, as they're a symbol of this holy month of daylight fasting Ramadan 400 October 18, 2005
People who gather each New Year's Day for a swim in frigid water are called this animal's club a polar bear 600 October 18, 2005
In 1960 this "royal" krewe became the first to throw doubloons in New Orleans' Mardi Gras parade the Rex Krewe 800 October 18, 2005
English profs rub elbow patches at the 122-year-old annual convention of the MLA, short for this the Modern Language Association 1000 October 18, 2005
"Open That Bottle Night" was created by the Wall Street Journal's columnists on this subject wine 200 June 2, 2005
Type of show that draws hundreds of thousands to the Miramar Military Base in San Diego every October an air show 400 June 2, 2005
Every May 13 in Fatima, Portugal a crowd of thousands waves farewell to her with white hankies the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Fatima accepted) 600 June 2, 2005
In Northern Ireland every July brings a holiday honoring the Protestants known by this colorful name the Orangemen 1000 June 2, 2005
(Hi, I'm Maria Bartiromo.) As a proud Italian-American, I've anchored this parade live for several years on New York City TV the Columbus Day Parade June 2, 2005
In medieval times witches were believed to fly on this holiday & bonfires were set to ward them off Halloween 200 May 20, 2004
Mount Olive, North Carolina has set aside a special week to honor these items Peter Piper picked pickled peppers 400 May 20, 2004
A cow-calling contest was among the events in 1928 at this state's first Upper Peninsula State Fair in Escanaba Michigan 800 May 20, 2004
On August 17, this country honors the death of native son & freedom fighter Jose de San Martin Argentina 1000 May 20, 2004
This Christian observance celebrates Jesus' entry into Jerusalem before his crucifixion Palm Sunday May 20, 2004
In 2002 Mr. Potato Head was the guest of honor at the annual Spud Day celebration in Shelley in this state Idaho 200 July 18, 2003
In June at a Tuscumbia, Alabama festival honoring her, "The Miracle Worker" is performed at her birthplace Helen Keller 400 July 18, 2003
The Jewish festival of Shavuot commemorates the revelation of the Torah at this site Mount Sinai 600 July 18, 2003
During WWI, WWII & the Energy Crisis of 1974-75, the U.S. adopted this for most of the year to economize on fuel Daylight Savings Time 800 July 18, 2003
This N.M. national park has a Bat Flight Breakfast in August so that visitors can view bats returning to their caves Carlsbad Caverns 1000 July 18, 2003
It's the holiday you associate with the "Wearing of the Green" St. Patrick\'s Day 200 June 16, 2003
Japan's Shichi-Go-San, or "7-5-3", celebrates 5-year-olds wearing trousers & 7-year-olds tying this with an obi kimono 400 June 16, 2003
Susan B. Anthony Day is the day after this federal holiday Valentine\'s Day 600 June 16, 2003
In 1985 President Reagan signed Public Law 99-54 recognizing "Pause for the Pledge" as a part of this day's activities Flag Day 800 June 16, 2003
The name of this Christian observance is from the Greek for "fiftieth day" Pentecost 1000 June 16, 2003
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Paris) A military parade goes down the Champs-Elysees from the Arc de Triomphe on this day, which the French call National Day Bastille Day 200 November 22, 2002
The first large balloon to float along in this fall event was Felix the Cat in 1927 Macy\'s Thanksgiving Day Parade 400 November 22, 2002
Every March 2 this state commemorates the 1836 signing of a Declaration of Independence from Mexico Texas 600 November 22, 2002
Hold your nose & run to this Vermont capital for the International Rotten Sneaker Contest Montpelier 800 November 22, 2002
In August 2002 Los Angeles celebrated the seventh annual festival of this, another name for soybean curd tofu 1000 November 22, 2002
Pearl Harbor Day is observed on this date December 7 100 April 4, 2001
Pardeeville, Wisconsin hosts a yearly competition for the eating & seed-spitting of this fruit Watermelon 200 April 4, 2001
In May at the Calaveras County Fair in Calif., more than 3,000 of these critters take part in a jumping jubilee Frogs 300 April 4, 2001
These relatives have their own special day, the first Sunday in September after Labor Day Grandparents 400 April 4, 2001
This middle leg of the Triple Crown in horse racing is run the third Saturday in May Preakness Stakes 500 April 4, 2001
Each July 2 London guilds enact a centuries-old ceremony of sending swans up this river Thames 100 May 3, 1999
The groundhog displays his weather-predicting skills each year on this date February 2 200 May 3, 1999
December 13 is Sosuharai Day, a traditional year-end house-cleaning time, in this country Japan 300 May 3, 1999
(Alex giving the clue) (Each spring) the Procession of the Golden Chariot in Mons, Belgium is followed by a mock battle between a dragon & this saint Saint George 400 May 3, 1999
On August 1 this country isn't neutral about celebrating the 1291 Confederation of the 3 Forest Cantons Switzerland 500 May 3, 1999
Dating back at least 100 years, "drowning the shamrock", or going drinking, is a tradition on this holiday St. Patrick\'s Day 100 October 30, 1998
Secretary of State William H. Seward is honored on the last Monday in March in this state Alaska 200 October 30, 1998
Called the greatest 2 minutes in sports, it takes place on the first Saturday in May the Kentucky Derby 300 October 30, 1998
An ancient symbol of abundance, the cornucopia is often attached to this American holiday Thanksgiving 400 October 30, 1998
This city's Mississippi River Art Fair is held in the Mark Twain Historic District Hannibal, Missouri 500 October 30, 1998
The people of Columbia, Tenn. persuade these stubborn farm animals to parade through town each spring Mules 100 February 6, 1998
A Christmas Eve festival in Provence celebrates these workers who visited Jesus in the manger Shepherds 200 February 6, 1998
The Welsh Eisteddfod originally honored these medieval poets, but not Shakespeare Bards 300 February 6, 1998
Culbertson, Montana holds a bee each September for this activity of separating grain Threshing 400 February 6, 1998
Eje is a west African festival giving thanks for this potato-like staple food Yam 500 February 6, 1998
In October Waynesville, Ohio hosts a 2-day festival devoted to this fermented cabbage dish Sauerkraut 100 September 15, 1997
In mid-July this Maine capital celebrates its Franco-American heritage with Le Festival de la Bastille Augusta 200 September 15, 1997
Each summer Bridgeport, Connecticut holds a festival honoring this circus showman P.T. Barnum 300 September 15, 1997
Many Mexican-Americans celebrate this day on when Mexico defeated France at the Battle of Puebla Cinco de Mayo 400 September 15, 1997
The colors green for hope & red for struggle are prominently displayed during this African-American festival Kwanzaa 500 September 15, 1997
This state has a woodchopper's jamboree in Encampment & a primitive weapons contest in Casper Wyoming 100 July 15, 1997
The 1st Monday in October is Zoo Founders Day in this Calif. city, so admission to its world-famous zoo is free San Diego 200 July 15, 1997
The Crescent City Classic, a 10K run held in the spring in this Louisiana city, is followed by a huge celebration New Orleans 300 July 15, 1997
Headquarters of the Yakima Indian nation, Toppenish in this state celebrates Yakima Treaty Day in June Washington 400 July 15, 1997
Cheraw State Park is the site of this state's annual Palmetto Regatta South Carolina 500 July 15, 1997
In mid-July Golden, Colorado celebrates the spirit of the old west with a festival named for this showman "Buffalo Bill" Cody 100 July 3, 1997
In late June, Hardin, Montana reenacts this famous 1876 battle between the cavalry & Indians Little Big Horn 200 July 3, 1997
Flag Day is a legal holiday only in this Keystone State Pennsylvania 300 July 3, 1997
This 8-day observance celebrates the liberation of Jews from Egyptian bondage Passover 400 July 3, 1997
Summer events in this state include the Snake River Stampede & the Lewiston Roundup Idaho July 3, 1997
This Christian holiday can fall as early as March 22 or as late as April 25 Easter 100 June 19, 1997
Shelley, Idaho celebrates this tuber each September Potato 200 June 19, 1997
Each June Grand Rapids, Minnesota honors this "Wizard of Oz" star with a 4-day festival Judy Garland 300 June 19, 1997
Jerry Lewis' annual Labor Day telethon raises money to fight this disease Muscular Dystrophy 400 June 19, 1997
The Fiesta Bowl Parade & Prescott Bluegrass Festival are annual events in this state Arizona 500 June 19, 1997
The Grune Woche, one of Germany's largest agricultural fairs, takes place in this capital city. Berlin 100 May 28, 1997
Albany, Georgia has an annual festival devoted to this nut, a type of hickory the pecan 200 May 28, 1997
An Urbanna, Virginia festival devoted to this bivalve serves it in every conceivable fashion. oysters 300 May 28, 1997
Gering, Nebraska's 4-day celebration of this pioneer trail features an old settler's reunion and parades the Oregon Trail 400 May 28, 1997
This country sets aside June 15 to honor its Dannebrog, the oldest national flag in the world Denmark 500 May 28, 1997
Celebrated May 1, Lei Day is a statewide holiday in this state Hawaii 100 May 2, 1997
Pella, Iowa celebrates its heritage from this country during its Tulip Time Festival in May Holland (the Netherlands) 200 May 2, 1997
Lent begins on this day of the week Ash Wednesday 300 May 2, 1997
The Simbra Oilor in Oas, Romania celebrates the return of these animals to the pasture -- "shear" luck Sheep 100 March 14, 1997
Junkanoo, a noisy celebration, welcomes the New Year in Nassau & Freeport in this island group Bahamas 200 March 14, 1997
Ostend in this Low Country is home to Le Bal Rat Mort -- The Masked Ball of the Dead Rat Belgium 300 March 14, 1997
An 1876 bank robbery attempt is reenacted during Defeat of Jesse James Days in Northfield in this state Minnesota 400 March 14, 1997
Penitents pierce their bodies with hooks & walk in a procession during Thaipusam, a festival of this religion Hinduism 500 March 14, 1997
Koreans pay honor to both parents May 8, sometimes the same day Americans honor this one Mothers 100 February 12, 1997
Its early April start & its late October end cause many missed appointments Daylight Savings Time 200 February 12, 1997
A communal dip in the Pacific January 1 in Vancouver, Canada is named for these Arctic animals Polar Bears 300 February 12, 1997
Mashpee, Massachusetts holds one of these American Indian conferences every July Pow-Wow 400 February 12, 1997
Countries that celebrate these documents include Mexico on February 5 & the U.S. on September 17 Constitutions 500 February 12, 1997
The Queen Liliuokalani Canoe Races take place on Labor Day weekend in this state Hawaii 100 December 20, 1996
The Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run is part of Ice Box Days in International Falls in this state Minnesota 200 December 20, 1996
Milwaukee's yearly Lakefront Festival of the Arts takes place at the War Memorial Center on this lake Lake Michigan December 20, 1996
This state's Days of '47 Festival honors the day Brigham Young reached the Salt Lake Valley in 1847 Utah 100 December 6, 1996
Monroe, near Snohomish in this state, is the site of the annual Evergreen State Fair Washington 200 December 6, 1996
Dog lovers look forward to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, held each February in this city New York City 300 December 6, 1996
The Pendleton Roundup, an annual rodeo, takes place in Pendleton in this northwestern state Oregon 400 December 6, 1996
The Tanglewood Music Festival is a summer highlight in Lenox in this New England state Massachusetts 500 December 6, 1996
This Florida city's 1565 founding is observed in September at the Mission of Nombre de Dios St. Augustine 100 November 26, 1996
The Hatillo Festival of the Masks is a colorful December event in this U.S. commonwealth Puerto Rico 200 November 26, 1996
Traditionally, this African-American holiday begins December 26 & lasts for 7 days Kwanzaa 300 November 26, 1996
The Antigonish Highland Games have been held in this Canadian province every year since 1861 Nova Scotia 400 November 26, 1996
It dates back to an 1810 party celebrating the bethrothal of Princess Therese to the crown prince of Bavaria Oktoberfest November 26, 1996
In 1894 Grover Cleveland set this holiday as the first Monday in September Labor Day 100 September 25, 1995
In 1985 this president proclaimed August 26 as Women's Equality Day Reagan 200 September 25, 1995
Greenville, Ohio holds an annual celebration honoring this female sharpshooter Annie Oakley 300 September 25, 1995
In 1912 American Guy Weadick organized this annual Calgary, Alberta rodeo the Calgary Stampede 400 September 25, 1995
An annual Iowa art festival is named for this "American Gothic" artist, one of the state's native sons Grant Wood 500 September 25, 1995
Christmas festivities in this Utah city begin with the lighting of Temple Square in November Salt Lake City 100 December 3, 1993
In May, 1993, this city on the Riviera held its 46th International Film Festival Cannes 200 December 3, 1993
Inspired by a short story, Angels' Camp in Calaveras County, CA, hosts this type of contest each May Jumping-Frog Contest 300 December 3, 1993
In autumn, Lake Havasu City, AZ, celebrates the dedication of this landmark London Bridge 400 December 3, 1993
The first weekend in October, Las Cruces, in this state, has a whole enchilada fiesta New Mexico 500 December 3, 1993
Though Armed Forces Day is in May, this corps celebrates its birthday on November 10 Marine Corps 100 January 23, 1992
This French holiday is also known as Fete Nationale Bastille Day 200 January 23, 1992
This Jewish holiday when unleavened bread is eaten can start between March 26 & April 28 Passover 300 January 23, 1992
England observes one of these holidays in August; FDR declared one that began March 6, 1933 bank holiday 500 January 23, 1992
This was first celebrated as a legal holiday in January 1986 Martin Luther King Day January 23, 1992
The International Azalea Festival is held each April in Norfolk in this state Virginia 100 November 14, 1991
This largest city in New Mexico hosts an international balloon festival in mid-October Albuquerque 200 November 14, 1991
This state has an annual Upper Peninsula state fair in Escanaba in August Michigan 300 November 14, 1991
Bridgeport, CT has an anniual festival honoring this 19th C. showman P.T. Barnum 400 November 14, 1991
This Mississippi port has a shrimp festival & the blessing of the fleet in June Biloxi 500 November 14, 1991