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entertain

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a large or important social gathering

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at Cedar House care home in Rothley annual summer fete this August.
The fete also includes an auction with prizes including a morning on the Gallops, breakfast with top National Hunt trainer Kim Bailey for four people and vehicle MOTs from two Ludlow garages.
Cette fete de l'Aid-El-Kebir traduit la commemoration de la soumission a Dieu du Prophete Abraham pret a sacrifier son fils unique Ismael sur son ordre.
Family member of one of the residents Gill Duffy, who helps out with the fete, said it was an important day for all involved, She said: "In the past we've raised PS3,000 which has helped us take residents out on amazing trips, and organise them a Christmas lunch.
But what makes 'Not Bad' Cypher Stage a sure stop for your Fete stage hopping is that the beneath it is the monumental Fete De La Musique: Rock and Roll Stage.
This is in keeping with the founding vision of 'music everywhere' that drove French composer and music journalist Maurice Fleuret and France's then Minister of Culture Jack Lang to hold the first Fete de la Musique in Paris in June 1982, coinciding with the summer solstice.
L'article Bayane SA fete ses femmes est apparu en premier sur ALBAYANE .
Fete New York will occupy the ground floor of the 12-story building and will be open seven days a week.
Llandough Village fete will include various entertainment including a martial arts display and music by the Vale of Glamorgan brass band.
"We did our first fete last year in the summer and we learned from that experience and decided to bring it forward and make it a spring fete."
Sa fete, le tourisme la fera pendant quatre jours, dans le cadre des [beaucoup moins que]S alons du Tourisme [beaucoup plus grand que], car, il n'y pas d'occasion plus propice et d'endroit plus indique qu'une foire, pour se reunir dans la bonne humeur et la convivialite, pour faire la fete.
Deborah Lee, who was the Sunday School Rose Queen, is seen in the centre surrounded by young visitors to the fete.
We're giving local school children in Coventry and Warwickshire the opportunity to try their hands at selling the Coventry Telegraph at their school fete or fair.
What school fete would be complete without face-painting, a tombola and of course...
We're giving local school children the opportunity to try their hands at selling the Birmingham Mail at their school fete or fair.