Ready For The ‘Madness’?

Mint Hill Madness

The Annual Mint Hill Madness is going to hit the Downtown Mint Hill on the 24th of September. Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce organizes this fest every year. Visitors will be getting free car parking this time. And what’s more? There will be special performances by Jeff Collins and Tsunami Wave Riders. Mint Hill Madness Parade will be on 25th September. There’s more! Blind Manifest will be enlightening the mood of the ‘madness’ by playing the hit numbers. Come and be a part of this amazing event and meet us there as Little Jimmy’s is going to be a part of the ‘madness’ too. Missing out on this one would be like missing out on the world!

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Owensboro PumpkinFest

Owensboro Pumpkin Fest

As September 24 is approaching, folks at Owensboro are pretty excited about the PumpkinFest! The family fest will be presenting an array of events that will keep visitors entertained throughout the three-day fest. There will be pumpkin sales, the Little Mr. and Miss PumpkinFest Pageant, the Carnival Midway and many more. And of course, Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices will be there with their famous Italian flavored ices. See you there!

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The Famous Italian Festival 2010

Come and enjoy with your family!

Collinsville is celebrating the traditional Italian Fest on September 17th and 18th. This 25 years old fun-filled festival is very close to the cultural values of Italy. The children’s area, ‘Prole Zona’ is going to be there both days for the kids to enjoy. The enthralling Italian Fest Parade is on the second day of the festival. Enjoy the Grape Stomping event with your friends on the first day. Test your wine-making skills by taking part in the Wine-Judging contest.

Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices will be a part of the fest to serve you with their flavored ices. Don’t miss our snow cone trailers and Italian ice carts!

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Three County Fair

Get ready for the fun!

The 193rd 3 County Fair is here again! Last time, the fair broke all of the records and this time it’s only going to get better.  A great time is guaranteed from September 3rd through September 6th. The Bigfoot Monster received an immense uproar last year, but don’t worry, this year they’ll be arriving to please all again! Demolition Derbies from Skyfire  Productions will also be there. The new attraction this time is Adam Berck’s Royal and White Bengal Tigers! Berck will be presenting stupendous tiger shows at the fair. The fair will also hold a Family Circus that will include everything from circus stunts to events like ventriloquism and hypnotism. Any music lovers out there?  You will love the Battle of the Bands!

You can spot Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices in the fairground with their ice carts and shaved ice trailers, so stop by and cool off with Little Jimmy’s.

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Morganfield Lion Club Presents the Corn Festival 2010

It's going to be fun!

It’s time for the 2010 Corn Festival.  September 16th through September 18th, the fest will be presenting quality arts and crafts, a carnival, a parade, delicious food and loads of special events. The Morganfield Lion Club will be entertaining its visitors with some fun events in this two-day fair. The new events include the Pie Eating Contest and Wiener Dog Race along with pool tournaments.

Little Jimmy’s Italian Ices will be present in the fair with their patented ice cream trucks, snow cone carts and ice carts.  Make sure to stop and see us, you will be glad you did!

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Italian Ice Team

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Virginia’s Richmond Times-Dispatch

Click here to read full story: Enjoying some last-minute fun before school starts.

Excerpt:  “At the South of the James Market at Forest Hill Park, Mark Abernathy from Little Jimmy’s Italian Ice of Carytown served the masses. It was the busiest day all season, and by noon, Abernathy had already sold more than 125 ices.

Sydnee Voigt, who is visiting her grandchildren from Brazil, was among his customers. Pina colada and watermelon ices went to the kids. “We’re just going to spend Labor Day together as a family,” Voigt said.

As for Abernathy, his plan after work: Head down to his boat on the Chesapeake Bay.”

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Enjoying some last-minute fun before school starts

EMILY C. DOOLEY TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER
Published: September 6, 2009

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