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  • Since we don't do Christmas and we both love festivals and rituals, this is our semi-denominational and utterly irreligious Mid-Winter festive occasion, compete with crackers, paper crowns, a galette de rois, and a play reading.

    Eleventh Night

  • I saw Illustrata in demo at the ALA Mid-Winter Exhibit Hall - brilliant!

    Internet News: Scholarly Archives

  • These have been maturing nicely since last December and were perfect to pull out for our Mid-Winter Feast over at Nihowera.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I have mixed emotions about being at the Mid-Winter without her.

    Micki Nevett « educating alice

  • The upcoming Mid-Winter in Seattle will, unfortunately, not prove as fruitful blog-wise.

    Five Favorite Posts of the Year

  • These have been maturing nicely since last December and were perfect to pull out for our Mid-Winter Feast over at Nihowera.

    am·a·ret·to and Christ·mas pud·ding

  • She really badgered me this year to join the ALA and attend Mid-Winter with her so that we could be side by side during the press conference for the announcement of her work with Newbery and our quarterbacking of the Caldecott.

    Micki Nevett « educating alice

  • I saw Illustrata in demo at the ALA Mid-Winter Exhibit Hall - brilliant!

    Internet News: CSA Illustrata Natural Sciences

  • "The ultimate is to have the waves all to yourself," says Peter (Pan) Panagiotis, a Rhode Islander who will teach at this year's 39th annual New England Mid-Winter Surfing Championship (nesurfari. com) on Feb. 17 ($50, wet suit and board provided; peterpansurf. com).

    The Good Life

  • Last weekend was the annual Mid-Winter Bird Count.

    Archive 2007-10-07

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