There will be another Full Moon, October 8, 2014 at 3:50 A.M. Las Vegas time.
From The Old Farmer’s Almanac
“In 2014, the Full Moon falls on October 8—and there is a total lunar eclipse.”
“The eclipse will be fully visible from Western North America (and Alaska and Hawaii), but observers in Eastern North America will only be able to see part of the eclipse before the Moon sets below the horizon. See more details on our Eclipse page.”
“Some Native American tribes referred to this Moon as the Full Hunter’s Moon, as it was the time to go hunting in preparation for winter. This full Moon is also called the Travel Moon and the Dying Grass Moon.”
“This is the first Full Moon following the Harvest Moon last month. It rises around sunset and sets around sunrise, the only night in the month when the Moon is in the sky all night long.”
Full Hunter’s Moon Video from Old Farmer’s Almanac
Time to find more ways to discredit Columbus.
You can start by reading from the Denver Columbus Day Parade Website, and then you can pick the information apart. You’ll surely find some gems to trash there.
The Columbus Committee is proud to announce that Father Hugh Guentner, will be our Parade Starter, George Falagrady, will be our Grand Marshall, Fred Marzano is our Italian of the Year, and Mike Abruzzi and Diana Frazzini are the Parade King and Queen. Congratulations to our 2012 Columbus Day Parade dignitaries!
In addition, here is a partial list of parade entries registered so far. Knights of Columbus honor guard, Russ Canino on the Sons of Italy float, Potenza Lodge and their Angel Cart, Lakewood Glass, Persichette Farms, Studio D Academy of Dance performing “Be Italian” from the Broadway musical “Nine,” the Italians of America, Bomaretto Pump, Sons of Italy Gruppo di Motocicletta, the Italian American Business Association, the Tirolesi Trentini, and the Fiori di Italia with last year’s float contest winner, the Pinta, to name a few read more…