That's right. Tomorrow is the big day.
In Jamestown, Virginia events are kicking off for the Quadricentennial celebration of the founding of something or other. Big doings.
The Concord Beer Dinner in Barrington, Rhode Island.
At the UC Berkeley you can see "In the Company of Wild Butterflies" at 5:30 for only $12. There is nothing in the listing about "Fizzball" cheats.
At Kansas State University, tomorrow begins the Spotted Microarray Workshop. It will run through 6/22/07. So if you have spots on your array, this might be the place to go.
In Massachussetts, there's the Boston Early Music Festival & Exhibition. It starts Monday and goes all week. Not sure how far back they're going. Maybe all the way back to before Tears for Fears and Duran Duran. You know, really early.
It's National Men's Health Week.
It's Joe Montana's birthday.
It's Jacques Cousteau's birthday.
In Hawaii, it's Kamehameha (pronounced: ka me ha me ha, except the e's sound like long a's , the a's sound like short u's, and the h's are almost silent.) Day. They'll have a big celebration in honor of their first monarch. If you go to Trader Vic's they'll mix you a Suffering Bastard. Way better than a Piña Colada, unless you're with a Werewolf from London. Hula competitions at the luau.
Also there was something about a telephone or a leopard or a fruit something going on in California. The details are sketchy.
Oops. Time to get into my jamjams and go nitey-nite.