Friday, 27 March 2015

Happy Easter 2015 Pictures | Funny Easter Pictures | Egg Pictures

Easter is a christian religious event which will be celebrated on 20 April 2015. On this occasion peoples perform "Easter Celebration" by sending Easter Pictures Images, Easter Messages, Easter Poems Pictures, Easter Pictures jokes & happy Easter Picture messages / Easter text Messages, Easter Wishes and Easter Greetings Pictures. We have compiled a great collection of Easter Images / text messages for wishing Happy Easter Occasion.

We hope that you will enjoy our Easter SMS Collection.Some common phrases that are being used to search Pictures for Easter on the Easter event are :-

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Happy Easter 2015 Pictures

"Wishing U a Very "HAPPY EASTER"
With Luv And Best Wishes..
May That EASTER Day Brings
LOT of Happiness And JOYS in your LIFE.
May u Live Long LIFE...
And That EASTER day Will comes in UR life Hundred Times...
Remember me in your prayers"..

"Missing you a lot on this Easter.
Wishing you were here to celebrate
This holy occasion with me .
Happy Easter"
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Happy Easter 2015 Pictures
Q: What do you call Easter
When you are hopping around?
A: Happy Easter!

"The budding trees, the new flowers,
And birds that sweetly sing,
Whisper to me that it's Easter.
Here is wishing a warmth for your soul
On Easter and always! Happy Easter"

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Happy Easter 2015 Images

"The resurrection gives my life
Meaning and direction and the opportunity
To start over no matter what my circumstances". - Robert Flatt

"Wishing U a Very "HAPPY EASTER"
With Love And Best Wishes..
May That EASTER Day Brings
LOT of Happiness And JOYS in your LIFE.
May u Live Long LIFE...
And That EASTER day Will comes in UR life Hundred Times...
Remember me in your prayers"..

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Happy Easter 2015 Images
"The stone was rolled away from the door,
Not to permit Christ to come out,
But to enable the disciples to go in." - Peter Marshall

"Easter bring Fun, Easter bring Happiness,
Easter bring God Endless Blessings,
Easter bring fresh love...
Happy Easter to You
With all best wishes"

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Easter 2015 Pictures

"Jesus cannot forget us;
We have been graven on
The palms of his hands". - Lois Picillo

"When i'm lifted up,
I shall draw all men to myself.
His assurance has risen us in EASTER to salvation,love,peace,joy,hope &
Break through in our life in JESUS RESURRECTION".










Happy Easter 2015 Images | Easter Bunny Images For Whatsapp

Easter is a christian religious event which will be celebrated on 20 April 2015. On this occasion peoples perform "Easter Celebration" by sending Easter Images PicturesEaster MessagesEaster Poems Images, Easter Images jokes & Happy Easter Image messages / Easter text Messages, Easter Wishes and Easter Greetings Images. We have compiled a great collection of Easter Images / text messages for wishing Happy Easter Occasion.


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Happy Easter Sunday 2015 Images
We hope that you will enjoy our Easter Images Collection.Some common phrases that are being used to search Images for Easter on the Easter event are :-

"The cross of Christ
shows us that God's love
is of deepest descent...
universal distribution and
of eternal duration". - Dr. Fred Barlow

"Let every man and woman count himself immortal.
Let him catch the revelation of Jesus in his resurrection.
Let him say not merely, "Christ is risen," but "I shall rise." - Phillips Brooks

"The Lord came to earth
with a life to give,
so each one of us
may continue to live.
Happy Easter"!


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Easter 2015 Images
"The spirit of Easter
is all about Hope,
Love and Joyful living.
Happy Easter"!

"Easter is a promise
God renews to us in each spring.
May the promise of Easter
fill your heart with peace and joy!
Happy Easter"!

"May Lord bless you on
 This auspicious day of Easter,
 And May it be a new beginning
 Of greater prosperity,
 Success and happiness.
 Wish you a Happy Easter"


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Easter 2015 Images
"Easter bring Fun, Easter bring Happiness,
Easter bring God Endless Blessings,
Easter bring fresh love...
Happy Easter to You
with all best wishes"

"Easter says
you can put
truth in a grave,
but it won't stay there".

"When i'm lifted up,
I shall draw all men to myself.
His assurance has risen us in EASTER to salvation,love,peace,joy,hope &
break through in our life in JESUS RESURRECTION".



Easter-Sunday-2015-Images
Easter Sunday 2015 Images

"The Easter feeling does not end,
it signals a new beginning of nature spring
and brand new life of friendship.
Happy Easter to My Best Friend"!

"The budding trees, the new flowers,
and birds that sweetly sing,
whisper to me that it's Easter.
Here is wishing a warmth for your soul
on Easter and always! Happy Easter"

"May the angels protect u...
may the sadness forget u...
may goodness surround u...
and may Allah always bless u...
Happy Easter"!!!


Saturday, 21 March 2015

San Antonio Fiesta 2015 Flambeau Night Parade : Alamo Grandstands

Fiesta Flambeau Parade 2015 : The first Fiesta Flambeau Night Parade rolled down the streets of San Antonio in 1948. Since its inception, the Fiesta Flambeau Parade has grown to rival other national parades. This illuminated parade lights up the streets of downtown San Antonio on a 2.8 mile route. As the evening turns to night, the parade fills with spectacular lights and sounds from an average of 150 parade entries. Many entries include local bands, dance groups and floats, in addition to international marching groups. Moreover, parade entries from across the United States have trekked to San Antonio to participate in this annual parade.

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San Antonio Fiesta  Flambeau Night Parade
Fiesta Oyster Bake celebrates its 99th Anniversary in 2015. Join 7,000+ volunteers and 70,000 patrons enjoying music on 6 stages, a family-friendly carnival area, more than 100,000 oysters served baked, raw and fried, plus 70+ additional food and beverage items to help raise funds for student scholarships. The mission of the Fiesta Oyster Bake is to produce a quality, volunteer-driven, Fiesta San Antonio approved music festival to raise funds for student scholarships to St. Mary's University, and to support the University and the Alumni Association.

Miss Margaret's Victorian House Tour :

Enjoy a tour of the unique Miss Margaret's Victorian House. This home was open for tours during Fiesta in the 1940s and the tradition continues today. This is an antique lover's delight-a trip back in time to the gracious life in old San Antonio.

The late Margaret Allan Gething was an early conservationist and advocate for the preservation of the King William historic district in the 1940s.

Fiesta Flambeau 2015 Night Parade :

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Fiesta Flambeau Night Parade
The Fiesta Flambeau Parade Association is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteer members from all walks of life. Through the Executive Board, sponsors are secured to assist in funding the parade. Parade entries and floats are closely screened to assure a spectacular family entertainment venue. Online Street Chair tickets go on sale Jan. 16 at www.fiesta-sa.org. Tickets are available at The Fiesta Store beginning March 20.

Tickets are $25 for Alamo Grandstands; $20 for Cenotaph stands; $15 for Alamo Street Bleachers-North (Travis/Houston), Alamo Street Bleachers-South (Crockett/Commerce) and Alamo Plaza Bleachers; and $12 for Maverick and Broadway Bleachers.

San Antonio Fiesta 2015 Especial Meet & Greet :

Join Reaching Maximum Independence, Inc. for an event filled with food, fun and entertainment for the whole family. Free and open to the public, guests will enjoy live music, one-on-one mingling with the Fiesta Especial Royal Court, games and activities for all ages, and more! Food trucks with delicious options, bake sale, snow cones and popcorn will be available for purchase along with Fiesta Especial merchandise. Face painting, tamale demonstrations, pot painting, carnival games, photo booth and more will bring the spirit of Fiesta to your heart! While our celebration ends at 8:00 pm, the party keeps on going with tunes from Rotel & The Hot Tomatoes! Funds raised at this event help support the Fiesta Especial Royal Court leadership and life skills development program.

Join for the official opening of Fiesta 2015 in front of the Alamo! Enjoy live entertainment and greet Fiesta Royalty and special guests. Buy, sell or trade Fiesta pins and medals at Pin Pandemonium, which kicks off the festivities at 5 p.m. Join the fun as cascarónes are broken and the crowd proclaims “Viva Fiesta!” to kick off Alamo City’s biggest, best festival. The Fiesta San Antonio Commission preserves and promotes the culture, history, heritage and traditions of San Antonio.

Fiesta Square and Round Dance 2015 :

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Fiesta Square and Round Dance
The Fiesta Square and Round Dance is one of the key special events of the organization that demonstrates the universal motto of their activity: "Square Dancing is Friendship Set to Music."  The event is of special interest to Fiesta Royalty. In recent years, King Antonio, El Rey Feo, Miss Fiesta San Antonio and all of their courts have always been afforded basic instruction in square dancing to allow them to participate with us to enjoy the fun of listening and dancing. All who attend will experience the lively music and friendship that is in square dancing. The Alamo Area Square and Round Dance Association was established in 1951 with 22 dance clubs in the San Antonio area. The Association promotes fellowship through square and round dancing, clogging and contra dancing. The organization coordinates special dance exhibitions and informs the non-dancing public through promotional materials, dance lessons and clinics.

Battle of Flowers Parade :

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Fiesta Square and Round Dance
For 123 years, thousands of spectators have lined the streets in downtown San Antonio to witness the spectacular Battle of Flowers Parade. Glittering in the Texas sunshine, the parade moves down the route thrilling the crowds with awe-inspiring sights and sounds. In 2015 the time-honored tradition continues with "This Land is Your Land," highlighting our beautiful country and our American heritage. The first Battle of Flowers Parade was held in 1891 to honor the fallen heroes of the Alamo and to commemorate the victory at the Battle of San Jacinto which gained Texas independence from Mexico. The tradition of honoring those heroes continues with the presentation of floral tributes as each entry passes the Alamo. The Battle of Flowers Parade is the founding event of Fiesta and the only parade in the United States produced by an organization made up entirely of women, all of whom are volunteers. The Battle of Flowers Association supports the historic, educational, artistic and philanthropic achievements of the San Antonio community.

Texas Cavaliers River Parade :

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Texas Cavaliers River Parade
Each year hundreds of thousands of people line the banks of the San Antonio river to view the most unusual parade in America...the Texas Cavaliers River Parade! This year's parade, entitled Believe, promises an evening of family fun with live music, celebrities and lights. More than 40 festively decorated floats sponsored by local community organizations and military installations drift down the river. King Antonio XCIII reigns over the evening's festivities and gives a Texas sized welcome to the enthusiastic spectators along the winding route. The money raised through the parade are donated to children's charities in our community through the Texas Cavaliers charitable Foundation.

Founded in San Antonio in 1926, The Texas Cavaliers is a local civic and patriotic organization. Our purpose is to honor the memory of the heroes that fell at the Alamo and to raise money for children's charities throughout Bexar County.

To purchase advance tickets visit www.fiestaflambeauparade.org or by mail, before March 1, send request with $5 postage and handling per order to the Fiesta Flambeau Parade Association, Attention Tickets, P.O. Box 15277, San Antonio, TX 78212.
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Tuesday, 17 March 2015

History of Fiesta San Antonio 2015 | Texas Events

History of Fiesta San Antonio 2015 : "Fiesta San Antonio" (or simply "Fiesta") is a spring festival in San Antonio, Texas, USA, held annually since the late 19th century. The festival began as a single event to honor the memory of the battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto. Fiesta is the city's biggest festival, with an economic impact of $284 million for the city. More than three million people take part, in more than 100 events that take place all over the city and beyond.

History Of Fiesta San Antonio 2015

The festival began in 1891, when local women decorated carriages, baby buggies and bicycles with live flowers, met in front of the Alamo, and threw the blossoms at one another. That was the first Battle of Flowers Parade, which later became an annual event. Soon other activities were added to the flower parade, including balls, parties and a carnival. The celebration's name changed over the years from Carnival to Spring Carnival to Fiesta San Jacinto and, in 1960, to Fiesta San Antonio.
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Fiesta San Antonio
The Battle of Flowers Parade Association began crowning a Carnival Queen in 1895. In 1909 local businessman John Carrington established The Order of the Alamo with the purpose of crowning a queen, a princess and 24 duchesses, 12 from San Antonio and 12 from out of town. Coronations of local "royalty", a carnival and other activities became the forerunners of today's fiesta.

Fiesta San Antonio Events

Today more than 100 local nonprofit groups, members of the Fiesta San Antonio Commission, stage more than 100 events over 17 days with the help of some 75,000 volunteers. Fiesta events include three major parades—two along Broadway and past the Alamo, and a boat parade at the San Antonio River Walk (where the floats actually "float").
Louisiana cuisine is sold at "A Taste of New Orleans" in Brackenridge Park, and oysters and other foods are offered at St. Mary's University's Fiesta Oyster Bake, a music (six performance stages) and cultural event lasting two days.
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St. Mary's University's Fiesta Oyster Bake
A Night in Old San Antonio (NIOSA) is a four-evening block party at La Villita downtown. Fiesta in Blue is another annual event, featuring the USAF Band of the West. Two evenings of concerts are put on in downtown San Antonio featuring classical, jazz, and rock/popular music. Music offered includes Tejano, jazz, mariachi, rock, big band, classical, and pop. History events are held at the Pilgrimage to the Alamo or This Hallowed Ground. Sporting events include races, soccer, rugby, and lacrosse. Cornyation is a satirical musical review for adults only.Residents and visitors can get souvenir pins and medals from various dignitaries or from members of the Fiesta royalty.

Battle of Flowers and Fiesta Flambeau Parades

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Fiesta Flambeau Parades 2015
The Battle of Flowers Parade is the oldest event and largest parade of Fiesta San Antonio, attracting crowds of more than 350,000 on the second Friday of Fiesta. It is the only parade in the U.S. produced entirely by women, all of whom are volunteers. The women, dressed in yellow on parade day and wearing yellow hats, direct operations with the assistance of the Army National Guard. Several school districts within San Antonio treat the day of the Battle of Flowers as a local holiday and consequently don't hold classes. The Fiesta Flambeau Parade starts at sunset on the second Saturday of the festival. Dating from 1948, the parade is illuminated by thousands of lights on the dancers, the band instruments, the horses, the cars, and the floats. An estimated crowd of 600,000 filled the parade route in 2011 to watch the Fiesta Flambeau Parade.

Fiesta San Antonio Commission

Overseeing the festival is a single nonprofit organization, the Fiesta San Antonio Commission. The sponsoring organizations must meet the commission's criteria before receiving approval and being invited to join. The commission is governed by an all-volunteer board of community leaders and representatives from its nonprofit participating member organizations. The group works throughout the year, coordinating the details and day-to-day tasks required to plan the citywide event. The commission also serves as a liaison between its nonprofit members, the local military activities, and the City of San Antonio. City services are essential to the conduct of Fiesta.

The commission receives no government funding. Its income comes from corporate partnerships, sales in the Fiesta Store, membership dues, and proceeds from the Fiesta Carnival.
Source : Wiki

San Antonio, Texas Events : Enjoying the Biggest & Best of Everything

San Antonio, Texas Events : Enjoying the Biggest & Best of Everything : San Antonio, Texas events range from Texan to Tex-Mex and most of them are very family friendly. The weather is always warm in San Antonio and there is much for you to see and do in this historic Texas city. Some of the San Antonio, Texas events that you can enjoy when you visit the city include Alamo Days, the Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off, The San Antonio Rodeo and the Western Music Festival. San Antonio, Texas events range from Texan to Tex-Mex and most of them are very family friendly. The weather is always warm in San Antonio and there is much for you to see and do in this historic Texas city. Some of the San Antonio, Texas events that you can enjoy when you visit the city include Alamo Days, the Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off, The San Antonio Rodeo and the Western Music Festival.

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Fiesta San Antonio 2015

Alamo Days

Alamo Days are fun for the entire family as they take everyone back to the days of the Alamo. There are re-enactments as well as historic lessons, but this is a fun event and does not seem like a boring lesson in history. There is also food, games and rides that are great for the kids when visiting Alamo Days. If you want to learn about Texas history, you will enjoy visiting San Antonio for Alamo Days during the month of June each year.

The Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off

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Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off
San Antonio is known for Tex-Mex cuisine and no where will you get better chili than at the Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off. Professional chefs as well as amateurs converge upon the city to participate in this event that takes place on Labor Day weekend every year. If you are a fan of chili and want to taste some very spicy chili, you will enjoy sampling the chili at the Tex-Mex Chili Cook Off. Also featured are other Tex-Mex delights to whet your appetite. This is an event that is fun for the entire family, but be sure to bring your appetite.

The San Antonio Rodeo

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San Antonio Rodeo 2015

If you have never been to a rodeo, this is the one of the San Antonio, Texas events that you do not want to miss. The San Antonio Rodeo is filled with everything that you would want to see in a rodeo and more. There is bronco busting, bull riding, stunt riding and rodeo clowns galore. The San Antonio Rodeo takes place at the rodeo fair grounds on the second weekend of July.

Western Music Festival

Are you a fan of western music? If so, you will want to visit San Antonio for the Western Music Festival that takes place every year in October. You may be able to see some of the biggest names in Texas Country and Western Music at this festival. Western music is a bit different than standard country music. For a foot stomping, two stepping good ole time, visit the Western Music Festival that takes place at the civic center in October in San Antonio. There is no reason to be bored when you visit San Antonio, Texas. There are many San Antonio, Texas events that you can enjoy when you are in this Texas city. As the weather is mild to hot all year long in San Antonio, you do not have to stay inside. You can head on over to the fair grounds, civic center or rodeo to find something happening every weekend in the city of San Antonio.