Why Murcia, Spain Is A Great Vacation Destination It"s that time of year again. As spring settles in (albeit slowly), the summer music festival season in Denver is hard on its heels. We"ll be giving you a heads-up about some of these events as they approach-and we"ll start with the annual Westword Music Showcase, to be held June 22, 2013.

The Agricenter is hosting the Delta Fair and festival wristbands on August 31-September 9. You will know you are there when you smell the funnel cakes and corn dogs that give you the full fair food experience. As you enter the park purchase a wrist band so that you can enjoy everything that the fair has to offer. Browse through the many arts and crafts vendors. There is a ride for everyone to enjoy and there is a kid zone that offers fun for everyone to enjoy with the kids. You will be amazed by all of the roaming fair entertainers and taking aback when you see two people eating away at watermelons for a prize. At the end of the evening make sure to stop and take in the lights of the fair. This is definitely the top pick of things to do for Labor Day Weekend. If you"re worried about the facilities that you"re likely sport wristbands to find then make sure that you bring your own toilets. This may sound silly, but it"s now perfectly possible, thanks to the latest range of folding camping toilets. Hosted on Woolaroc Ranch"s historic grounds, the KidsFest features live entertainment, events, games, wagon rides, and crafts. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the parochial grounds and the beauty of the Osage Hills. The Woolaroc Museum has several historical art pieces and memorabilia. The Ranch also sports a Wildlife Preserve. If you choose to assemble your own theatrical troupe you will of course need a place to rehearse the play. If you have secured a location that will let you perform the show, they may also let you rehearse there. If not, there is nothing wrong with a good old basement or garage. My local group spent years rehearsing in basements. My first sales were at TAMUCC at a small open art festival event wristbands. Very low-key but sold all my little ink drawings and cards I created for 5 bucks a pop I was stoked... being a poor college woman. Word of mouth is effective and I have enhanced this with having professional business cards to help with referrals. In addition, there are places that are known for fests or get-togethers that are organized for the love of music. The music festivals, which are organized at different places around the world to cater to the music needs of music lovers ranging in the millions, are in plenty. A few of the must visit fests and get-togethers are listed below. Do remember to read till the very last word, because you wouldn"t want to miss out on any tiny bit of information about the places that you can include in your music travels. Tip: Make sure you pick up a map even if you know your way around the park. You"ll need it for the unlimited cocoa and chocolate chip cookie stands located throughout the park!
Thai emergency personnel transfer a passenger from the sunken tourist boat at the Chalong pier in Phuket on Friday, as rescue operations continue for missing tourists following a boating accident late on Thursday afternoon. [Photo/Agencies]

Updated on Sunday evening

Local Thai police said Sunday they have charged two captains with negligence for the capsizing of two boats.

Thailand"s police and related departments have officially set up an investigation into the sunken tourist boats off Phuket in southern Thailand, and China will also participate in the investigation, said Lyu Jian, Chinese ambassador to Thailand at noon on Sunday.

Forty-one bodies, among them 13 children, were recovered on Sunday, according to Thailand"s tourism minister.

Updated on Sunday morning

At least 42 people were confirmed dead, and 15 remained missing, according to the latest report by the Chinese Embassy in Thailand.

Updated at 19:41 on Saturday

Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong told the media on Saturday that eight more bodies were found, raising the death toll to 41 and 15 others remained missing after boats capsized off Phuket in southern Thailand. 

Updated at 17:06 on Saturday

Thai PM offers condolence, orders all-out rescue for tourists in Phuket"s boat accidents

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha expressed his "sympathies and deepest condolences" to the families of the dead in the boat accidents in southern Thailand"s Phuket that has claimed 38 lives so far on Saturday.

Prayut said at the government house on Saturday that the government will exert all efforts to find those still missing and provide support to all survivors of this tragic event as soon as possible.

The prime minister has ordered to set up a command center for the rescue operation in Phuket. He also ordered organizations involved to conduct full investigation of the cause of the accidents and identify those responsible for the tragedy.

In order to provide the public with clear and accurate information, regular briefing will be held in the command center.

The prime minister urged the public not to circulate photos of the victims to protect their privacy.

Updated at 16:18 on Saturday

At least 38 people were confirmed dead, and 18 remained missing, Thai officials said on Saturday.

Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong said the Thai government has set up service counters in Phuket Airport to assist relatives of the victims who are coming Phuket.

For the injured tourists, the Thai government will cover all their medical expense. Relatives of each of the deceased tourist will get some 1.4 million baht (42,200 US dollars) as compensation based on the boat"s insurance and Thai laws, he said.

Updated at 14:32 on Saturday

Chinese rescue teams arrive in Phuket to join search for missing tourists: ambassador

Chinese rescue workers prepare equipments before a search operation for missing passengers of a capsized tourist boat at a pier in Phuket, Thailand, July 7, 2018. [Photo/Agencies]

Chinese Ambassador to Thailand Lyu Jian said that two Chinese rescue teams have arrived in southern Thai province of Phuket and will join the search for the missing tourists.

China is willing to offer any help for the search and the Chinese teams will work closely with Thai rescue authorities, Lyu said during a press conference on Saturday after a meeting with Thai authorities.

A Chinese government joint working group has arrived in Phuket on Friday night and held the first joint meeting with the Thai side on the day.

Both sides agreed to find the missing tourists as soon as possible, and take care of the injured and help the families of the victims.

Updated at 13:34 on Saturday

Another 5 bodies found in Thailand boat accident, toll rises to 38: Thai authorities

A Thai officer on Saturday told Chinese Ambassador to Thailand Lyu Jian that another five bodies were found after two boats overturned in Thailand"s Phuket on Thursday.

The death toll now rose to 38.

Thai authorities said earlier that at least 33 people died and 23 remained missing after two boats carrying many Chinese tourists overturned in rough seas on Thursday.

Updated at 6:00 on Saturday

More than 16 Chinese tourists killed, 21 missing after boats overturn in southern Thailand: Consulate-General

The Chinese Consulate-General in Songkhla told Xinhua late Friday that among the total of 127 Chinese tourists on board two boats capsized in southern Thailand on Thursday, 78 people were rescued, 28 bodies were found and there are still 21 missing.

All 35 tourists on board boat "Serenata" were rescued, 43 among total 93 Chinese tourists on board boat "Phoenix" were rescued, the Consulate-General said.

A total of 28 bodies have been found, with 16 having been identified and 12 still under identification process.

There are still 21 missing and the injured are being treated at local hospitals, according to the Chinese Consulate-General.

The Consulate-General said it had asked Thai authorities to do their best to track those who are still missing and never give up hope of finding survivors. It has also sent a team to follow the advancement of rescue work and visit the injured persons in hospitals.

The Chinese Consulate-General also said that according to Thai media, Thai Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan had said the ship owner and the captain should be responsible as they ignored storm warning from Meteorological Department of Thailand.

Xinhua

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