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https://plus.google.com/109916335868158426542 Jeff Raymond : 31 Songs a Day for May: Day Twenty-Six: JD McPherson - "Head Over Heels" This song had to grow on me...
31 Songs a Day for May: Day Twenty-Six: JD McPherson - "Head Over Heels"
This song had to grow on me a bit, but by the time it did, I had trouble deciding which parts were my favorite. The reverb guitar in the beginning? The bass line and handclaps in the middle? It's hard to say, but I've ultimately come to love this song fr...
31 Songs a Day for May: Day Twenty-Six: JD McPherson - "Head Over Heels"
This song had to grow on me a bit, but by the time it did, I had trouble deciding which parts were my favorite. The reverb guitar in the beginning? The bass line and handclaps in the middle? It's hard to say, but I've ultimat...
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https://plus.google.com/106465840359046243915 thomas mccain : May day with fam
May day with fam
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https://plus.google.com/104543975580214679294 Sandy HS :                          My May day First at the doctor.  They invited me for a vaccination six months...
                         My May day
First at the doctor.  They invited me for a vaccination six months too early, so this time it was a piece of cake 😺
Then I went to the 💗 godmother
I inspected her beautiful backyard (they have stinky step stones), 
we planked together and we had a really great time
until I got tired and had to take a looong nap  😻
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Bank Holiday Monday: Things to do in Birmingham on May 4 Find out what’s going on in and around Birmingham...
Bank Holiday Monday: Things to do in Birmingham on May 4

Find out what’s going on in and around Birmingham on Monday, May 4, which is the last day of the Early May Bank Holiday weekend in 2015. Turtle Fest at Sea Life Centre WHERE: National Sea Life Centre, Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2HL WHAT: The National Sea Life Centre is going turtle-y crazy this May. Join staff for special feeding demonstrations and talks, arts and crafts and educational activities about how you can affect the lives of these ancient creatures. You will also have the chance to Meet Mo, the resident giant green sea turtle. Mo had been smuggled into the country in a handbag before he was rescued by the airport animal care teams. Since then he has made the National Sea Life Centre his home. HOW MUCH: General admission £12.50 online, £20.95 at the door. Children under three get in free. More details here on the Turtle Fest at National Sea Life Centre May Day Celebrations at Black Country Living Museum WHERE: Black Country Living Museum, Tipton Road, Dudley, DY1 4SQ WHAT: Visitors are invited to take part in May Day celebrations as Maypole dancers weave their magic in Folkes’ Park, demonstrating an age-old tradition. Grab a traditional dance lesson from the professionals in the school or enjoy some old-fashioned fun as Punch and Judy entertain the crowds. You can also discover the delights of playtime in the last century, banish boredom with traditional street games including hopscotch and skipping. Take up the challenge to see how long you can keep the hoop rolling in the hoop and stick game and test your skill with a cup and ball and the whip and top. Plus, it’s full steam ahead as the world’s only full-sized working Newcomen Steam Engine will be in action. Usual activities are also available – experience life in a 1850s coal mine, attend a Victorian school lesson and try traditionally cooked fish and chips. HOW MUCH: Adults £15.50 online, £16,50 at the door. Concessions £12.20 online, £13.20 at the door. Children aged five to 16 £7.25 online, £8.25 at the door. Children aged up to four free. Family tickets £45 online, £47 at the door. More details here about May Day Celebrations Storytelling at Tamworth Castle WHERE: Tamworth Castle, Tamworth, B79 7NA. Holloway car park is closest but can be very busy. The Jolly Sailor car park (B78 3JJ) which is £1.50 per day and five minutes walk from the castle usually has plenty of spaces. WHAT: Great fun for the kids with a storytelling session. Come and listen as the storyteller enchants the children with tales of knights, dragons and princesses in the surroundings of a real medieval castle. Meet Ruby the Tamworth Castle dragon, dress up or get hands-on with craft activities. You are also invited to come in costume. HOW MUCH: Adult £7, OAP/Concessions £6, Child 5+ £4.50, Child 2-4 years £1.50, Child under 2 years free. Family ticket £21 (2 adults, 2 children) More details here about Storytelling at Tamworth Castle A Party Fit For A Queen – Elizabethan Revels at Kenilworth Castle WHERE: Kenilworth Castle, Castle Green, Off Castle Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 1NE WHAT: It’s 1575 – Queen Elizabeth I and her colourful court are coming to Kenilworth. Be spellbound by the plays, music and entertainments Elizabeth would have enjoyed, marvel at displays of falconry, Tudor dressage and swordsmanship, and practise your curtsy for the arrival of Gloriana herself. A party truly fit for a Queen. HOW MUCH: Standard prices for non-members are: Adult £9.60, child aged five to 15 £5.80, concessions £8.60, family £25. More details here about A Party Fit For A Queen at Kenilworth Castle Victorian May Day at Lichfield Beacon Park WHERE: Beacon Park, Lichfield, WS13 6QZ WHAT: Traditional games, craft activities, maypole dancing and a Punch and Judy show. Beacon Park is set in more than 70 acres of beautiful gardens and open space. Museum Gardens is the formal part of the park. With its stunning floral displays and avenue of trees, along with the centrepiece fountain, statues of Captain Smith of the Titanic, King Edward VII, and Erasmus Darwin, it is a must-see on your visit. Green Flag accredited Beacon Park is a fantastic place to bring children. It features an enclosed playground and a larger play area, both packed with fun equipment. As it gets warmer, donkey rides, pedalos on the pool, mini cars and more are generally available in the park. With all of this, plus woodland walks,pond dipping, a community garden,a food kiosk in Museum Gardens, and a bistro overlooking a beautiful pool, Beacon Park offers a great day out all year round. Beacon Park hosts a varied programme of events, ranging from children’s activities and guided walks, through to large scale musical productions and festivals. More details here about Victorian May Day in Beacon Park Pirate fun at Cadbury World WHERE: Cadbury World, Linden Road, Bournville, Birmingham, B30 2LU WHAT: Cadbury World will be home to a range of pirate themed activities from May 2 to 4 and promises to lead visitors "on a voyage that’s choc-full of fun." The attraction is open 9.30am to 4pm over the holiday weekend. A fancy dress competition for visitors will see the winner get their hands on some special loot, while many of the Cadbury World crew mates will also be dressing up in their best pirate gear for the occasion. Over the course of the weekend, visitors can enjoy a special pirate-themed entertainment show in the outdoor marquee before heading back to ship for some hearty grub in the Cadbury Café. For a small charge, young buccaneers can make sure they look the part with pirate face painting available throughout the day. Elsewhere in the attraction, the hunt for treasure guides you through the Aztec Jungle and the Journey to Europe zones before ending in the popular Chocolate Making zone, where you can claim a ‘gold’ chocolate prize. After watching a chocolatier in action, you can continue through the remainder of Cadbury World’s 14 zones to see the iconic drumming gorilla in Advertising Avenue and enjoy an interactive cinema experience in the new 4D Chocolate Adventure zone. HOW MUCH: Adults £16.25, children (aged 4-15 years) £11.95, children under four free, senior citizens £12.25, students £12.25, family ticket for four £49.80, family ticket for five £58.40. More details here on pirate fun at Cadbury World May Day Bank Holiday Weekend at Conkers WHERE: Conkers, Rawdon Road, near Swadlincote, South Derbyshire, DE12 6GA WHAT: Go and see Flip the Clown perform his circus skills in the covered amphitheatre from 11.30am to 4pm (Monday May 4). From Saturday to Monday, come and take part in the Ranger Craft Activity from 11am to 4pm where you can make king and queen masks. Pond dipping will also be available with our Ranger team at 10.30am, noon, 1.30pm, and 3pm. All included within the admission price. HOW MUCH: Standard prices are adult £8.87, child £7.23, child up to two free, concessions £7.23 More details here on May Day weekend at Conkers Spring Plant Fair at Weston Park WHERE: Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal, TF11 8LE WHAT: The Plant Hunters Fairs will once again make Weston their home over the Bank Holiday weekend showcasing award-winning plants on May 3 and 4. Whether you are a green-fingered professional or just like to potter in the garden there will be a wide selection of top quality nurseries attending. All the nurseries are happy to offer advice and tips on selecting the best plants for the time of year. It is the aim of the organisers to select a great mix of expert growers, each with their own distinctive specialities. In addition, the house will be open to tour to take a look at the amazing art collection and learn more about the history of the estate. Children can let off steam in the Woodland Adventure Playground and there are miles of woodland walks, lakes and beautiful formal gardens to explore. Relax and unwind over a coffee in the Deli or enjoy lunch in the Granary Grill. HOW MUCH: £3 per person. House admission £2 per person. Weston Park Annual Pass holders enter free of charge. More details here about Spring Plant Fair May Day Celebrations at Shakespeare Birthplace Trust WHERE: Mary’s Arden’s Farm, Station Road, Wilmcote, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9UN WHAT: Celebrate May Bank Holiday in Tudor style at Mary Arden’s Farm from May 2 to 4. See Palmer’s Farm decorated with beautiful May blossom, watch the May Day feast being prepared and help to decorate Jack-in-the-green by weaving ivy into the willow frame. Become part of the parade to bring in the maypole and join in with the Tudor dancing before they crown the May King and Queen. Be sure to make a flower-head garland or Jack-in-the-green mask to take home with you too. HOW MUCH: Adult £12.50, child: £8, concession £11.50, family £33. These events are included as part of normal admission, so if you already have a valid ticket you can come along for free. More details here on May Day Celebrations at Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Blists Hill in Steam at Ironbridge Gorge Museums WHERE: Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge Gorge, TF7 5UD WHAT: See Blists Hill Victorian Town’s eclectic collection of steam machines in their full working splendour at this Bank Holiday event. You’ll also be able to chat to the townsfolk in their shops and cottages, find out about curious remedies in the Pharmacy, see traditional skills in action at the printers, candle makers and decorative plasterers and join in the sing-a-long in the New Inn Pub. There are plenty of places to eat at Blists Hill Victorian Town including the Fried Fish Dealers where you can buy a portion of traditionally prepared fish and chips or the Bakers where the smell of freshly baked bread is sure to tempt. Demonstrations vary from day to day and normal admission charges apply. HOW MUCH: Adult £16.95, over-60s £13.50, children £11.50 More details here about Blists Hill in Steam Tinkerbell And The Legend Of The Neverbeast WHERE: Odeon, 139 New Street, Birmingham, B2 4NU WHAT: Family animation about a huge monster arriving in Pixie Hollow. The seventh and latest film in the Tinkerbell series, it sees an animal fairy called Fawn befriend a huge creature called the NeverBeast. While Tink and her friends aren’t so sure about this scary addition to Pixie Hollow, the elite Scout Fairies set out to capture the monster before he destroys their home. Fawn must rally the girls to save the NeverBeast. You can’t judge a book by its cover – or a monster by its fangs. Screened in regular 2D. Certificate U. Running time 76 minutes. One showing at 10am. HOW MUCH: Tickets £2.50 for all ages More details here about Tinkerbell and the Legend of Neverbeast The Penguins of Madagascar WHERE: Odeon, 139 New Street, Birmingham, B2 4NU WHAT: Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private return in Penguins of Madagascar, spinning off from the popular Madagascar series into their own movie. After the events of Madagascar 3, the four penguins are recruited by the North Wind, an elite task force dedicated to helping animals who can’t help themselves. Working with specialist undercover agents, they must stop evil octopus Dr Octavius Brine from taking over the world. In addition to the voice actors returning from previous films, Penguins Of Madagascar introduces Benedict Cumberbatch, John Malkovich and Werner Herzog to the world of Madagascar. Screened in regular 2D. Certificate U. Running time 92 minutes. One showing at 10.30am. HOW MUCH: Tickets £2.50 for all ages More details here about The Penguins of Madagascar Corn Dolly Making at Compton Verney WHERE: Compton Verney Art Gallery, Compton Verney, Warwickshire, CV35 9HZ WHAT: Celebrate May Day by making a corn dolly from 11am to 4pm over the Bank Holiday weekend. Choose a traditional style or get creative and make your own. HOW MUCH: Corn Dolly making is included in general admission which is priced as follows: Adults £7.25, concessions £6.50, family £14.50, child aged five to 15 £3, under fives free. For more things to do in Birmingham and the Midlands, see our What’s On section and use the red search bar to find events on specific dates in your area Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
Bank Holiday Monday: Things to do in Birmingham on May 4

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https://plus.google.com/101773701790536721898 Anthea Jay Kamalnath : Postcard: may day @ Los Angeles, California
Postcard: may day @ Los Angeles, California
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https://plus.google.com/111521458420020466978 Anna Allan : Everyday In May - Day Twenty Six... Ok, so today's post will probably mess with your head. It messed...
Everyday In May - Day Twenty Six...
Ok, so today's post will probably mess with your head. It messed with mine! LOL! It is all due to this video I came across on Facebook that one of my friends had shared. It was very interesting. The brain is such an amazing organ. It's so impressive how it ...
Everyday In May - Day Twenty Six...
Ok, so today's post will probably mess with your head. It messed with mine! LOL! It is all due to this video I came across on Facebook that one of my friends had shared. It was very interesting. The brain is such an amazin...
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https://plus.google.com/105221195196761833300 cameale Johnston : On this date in 1865, former Black slaves started Memorial Day in America. This occurred in Charleston...
On this date in 1865, former Black slaves started Memorial Day in America.

This occurred in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom. Together with teachers and missionaries, Black residents of Charleston organized a May Day ceremony that year which was covered by the New York Tribune and other national papers.

The freedmen cleaned up and landscaped the burial ground, building an enclosure and an arch labeled, "Martyrs of the Race Course." Nearly ten thousand people, mostly freedmen, gathered on May 1 to commemorate the war dead. Involved were about 3,000 Black school children newly enrolled in Freedmen's schools, mutual aid societies, Union troops, Black ministers, and White northern missionaries. Most brought flowers to be placed on the burial field. Years later, the celebration would come to be called the "First Decoration Day" in the North.

David W. Blight described the day: "This was the first Memorial Day. African Americans invented Memorial Day in Charleston, South Carolina. What you have there is black Americans recently freed from slavery announcing to the world with their flowers, their feet, and their songs what the war had been about. What they basically were creating was the Independence Day of a Second American Revolution.

Today the site is used as Hampton Park.
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https://plus.google.com/115433471533864153980 WLFI News 18 : LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) –It was a perfect May day for hundreds of Lafayette residents to enjoy the city's...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) –It was a perfect May day for hundreds of Lafayette residents to enjoy the city's annual Memorial Day Parade. The man…
Lafayette Memorial Day Parade gets bigger; the man behind it all
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) –It was a perfect May day for hundreds of Lafayette residents to enjoy the city's annual Memorial Day Parade. The man…
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https://plus.google.com/112467783163042420477 muz4now : Sunset and Loveliness #piano #improv from "May Day" http://ow.ly/MNbpN
Sunset and Loveliness #piano #improv from "May Day" http://ow.ly/MNbpN
Stan Stewart (aka @muz4now)
I enjoy making and listening to music. All sorts. But improv is my "first love".
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https://plus.google.com/116560007898909331000 Stevie Witinko : AC/DC - Stormy May Day ....Hope everyone is good and made it through the weekend unscathed!!  Here's...
AC/DC - Stormy May Day ....Hope everyone is good and made it through the weekend unscathed!!  Here's a good one off the boys' Black Ice album!!  \m/ ツ

#ACDC   #StormyMayDay   #BlackIce  

The storm is raging,
Winds are howling,
The waters calling, rescue you,
A flash of lightning,
At times a frightenin,
A wind is coming, and the sun dont shine
Watch the video: ACDC black ice - stormy may day
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ACDC black ice - stormy may day I am not the maker of this Music Video or the song! It's made by AC/DC artists and studios!
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https://plus.google.com/111332138702650011060 Wallace Shackleton : A photo a day in May, day 25. A wee trip to Edinburgh on the Beemer and a short spell of photo-therapy...
A photo a day in May, day 25.
A wee trip to Edinburgh on the Beemer and a short spell of photo-therapy at the airport.
Qatar Dreamliner gets airborne
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#scotland
#Edinburgh #EdinburghAirport # Dreamliner #B787 #Qatar  
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https://plus.google.com/111332138702650011060 Wallace Shackleton : A photo a day in May, day 25. A wee trip to Edinburgh on the Beemer and a short spell of photo-therapy...
A photo a day in May, day 25.
A wee trip to Edinburgh on the Beemer and a short spell of photo-therapy at the airport.
Qatar Dreamliner gets airborne
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#scotland #Edinburgh #EdinburghAirport # Dreamliner #B787 #Qatar  
A7-BCR B787, Edinburgh
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https://plus.google.com/111311248225089872451 Bumble Bee Occasions : A beautiful, cool May day today. It was the perfect weather to enjoy witnessing the union of Shanell...
A beautiful, cool May day today. It was the perfect weather to enjoy witnessing the union of Shanell & Marshall on the Plaza at The Orchard. Everthing was lovely. Definately had the cutest ring bearers and precious wedding party. Congratulations on your wedding and thank you for letting us be part of the wonderful day. Best Wishes ~ Bumble Bee Occasions
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https://plus.google.com/106401316194416633483 Bumble Bee Occasions : A beautiful, cool May day today. It was the perfect weather to enjoy witnessing the union of Shanell...
A beautiful, cool May day today. It was the perfect weather to enjoy witnessing the union of Shanell & Marshall on the Plaza at The Orchard. Everthing was lovely. Definately had the cutest ring bearers and precious wedding party. Congratulations on your wedding and thank you for letting us be part of the wonderful day. Best Wishes ~ Bumble Bee Occasions
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https://plus.google.com/101146157494434575292 DAIVA AVIAD : Happy may day and happy weekend :)♥
Happy may day and happy weekend :)♥
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https://plus.google.com/114600241878374890295 Global Traveler : Pick a Lei, Fly Away! May Day is lei day in Hawai‘i. Choose your favorite lei for a chance to win 140,000...
Pick a Lei, Fly Away! May Day is lei day in Hawai‘i. Choose your favorite lei for a chance to win 140,000 HawaiianMiles—enough for a trip for two to Hawai‘i!
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https://plus.google.com/106928220255222227837 Silk Smoove : MARTYRS OF THE RACE COURSE - BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW! The first widely-publicized observance of a Memorial...
MARTYRS OF THE RACE COURSE - BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW!
The first widely-publicized observance of a Memorial Day-type observance after the Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 1, 1865.
 During the war, Union soldiers who were prisoners of war had been held at the Hampton Park Race Course in Charleston; at least 257 Union prisoners died there and were hastily buried in unmarked graves.[13] Together with teachers and missionaries, black residents of Charleston organized a May Day ceremony in 1865, which was covered by the New York Tribune and other national papers.
The freedmen cleaned up and landscaped the burial ground, building an enclosure and an arch labeled "Martyrs of the Race Course."
Nearly 10,000 people, mostly freedmen, gathered on May 1 to commemorate the war dead. Involved were about 3,000 school children, newly enrolled in freedmen's schools, as well as mutual aid societies, Union troops, black ministers and white northern missionaries. Most brought flowers to lay on the burial field.
"SOUND OFF"
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https://plus.google.com/111521458420020466978 Anna Allan : Everyday In May - Day Twenty Five... Hello there! I've had another fairly busy day today. This morning...
Everyday In May - Day Twenty Five...
Hello there! I've had another fairly busy day today. This morning I went to a friends place for a Chefs Toolbox party . I purchased a Griddle Pan and a Kitchen Starter pack. I am aiming to host a party sometime in July as well. The host rewards are quite go...
Everyday In May - Day Twenty Five...
Hello there! I've had another fairly busy day today. This morning I went to a friends place for a Chefs Toolbox party. I purchased a Griddle Pan and a Kitchen Starter pack. I am aiming to host a party sometime in July as ...
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https://plus.google.com/110553690212895736580 May Day (Mayday0237) : I've reached level 8 as an #Ingress agent. YEAH BAAAAYBAAAY!
I've reached level 8 as an #Ingress agent.
YEAH BAAAAYBAAAY!
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