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Karen Riedl

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We cover county and state fairs and events at their fairgrounds. Festivals. Help entertainers, concessionaires, and commercial vendors. Themes, carnival, job listings. In depth database. Recent guests include: Sandra O'Brien of the NICA, Clown College of Ohio, County Musician and songwriter of Dance Angelina fame Mike Schikora, Flat River Band of Nashville, Ham Bone Express, National GGQ Association, Tobias the Adequate - comedic magician

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This is a woman owned and run business. I started back in 2000 under “Vicki’s Soap Shop”. I ran it for about a year and then restarted in 2008. All items are handmade by me. I carry a full line of incense, candles, soaps, lotions, and lip... more
Karen Riedl

Handmade is Better!

  • by Karen Riedl
E-Scentual Creations   Imagine for a moment a nice quite relaxing afternoon. There are handmade soaps, candle scents, incense, and you. The phone is shut off and the kids are gone and you are all by yourself and the birds... more

Sam Johnson and I discuss his BigAerial.com show. This is a outside aerial show in the clouds with a comedic acrobat.

Karen discusses several aspects of the website, and how Twitter is useful with fairgrounds websites, search engine ranking and fair or event website. The history of Countyfairgrounds, USA

This is about the Certified Concessionaire program offered by the NICA out of Florida. One has to meet a pretty rigid agenda and qualify to become a CCE. Interview with Sandra O' Brien of the NICA

A day school, one of the few in the United States, dedicated to teaching students the ancient and honorable art of the clown. Interview with school staff. OH College of Clown Art
Karen Riedl

So you want to be a clown?

  • by Karen Riedl
A clown is an actor versed in the skills of physical comedy. That sounds like a lot for just being a clown. However, there are ins and outs of clowning. If you want to be a professional it doesn't hurt to go to a professional school, and be taught... more

Mike Schikora gallops onto the country music scene while staying true to his country roots. He is the real deal – a dying breed of ranchers/cowboys and a rustic Rocky Mountain horseman. A day well spent is working in the pasture, training... more

Performing with there family band since birth. The Sitze brothers have played just about every theme park, fair and festival with there family band. But in 2006 the brothers decided it was time to take there music to the next level. They all three... more
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