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Dec 3, 2012 - Calgary, A Small Gem In Georgia

Calgary, a small town located Southwest of Georgia may be a small, tiny little community tucked away in a neat corner of Georgia but it has got something going for them every time autumn rolls around, loads of fun things to do outdoors with the kids for a party bus rental vacation. This year, the Mule Day will go ahead as planned on Nov 2 and Nov 3, 2012 weekend. Usually, there would be less than three hundred people calling Calgary home but on this weekend, everything comes alive where visitors will pour in to enjoy the food, drinks, the merry atmosphere, and the judging of ornery mules from morning till late in the evening.

The sights and exciting sounds of the parade is always a warm welcome to the residents, most of whom prefer to lie low and live a peaceful life outside of the buzz of city life. On those days of the bus tour events, there will be warm, smiling faces all around as you share the food and drinks and bask in the warm feeling of grilling food outdoors with your new friends that you will make on that day. Of course, when such an amazing buzz is going around in the small town, you can expect them to put together a small flea market as well. For your information, admission is completely free of charge, so's parking, but it is not something you would have to worry about if you are using a large charter bus, coach charter, mini bus or school bus. If you are coming in from other parts of the country and need a party bus, please be advised to book ahead of time.

Apart from food, drinks and markets, there will also be entertainment from gospel groups, bloggers and also sometimes, if you are lucky, you will get an internationally-known musician or artiste to join in the fun and provide you with impromptu entertainment.

As small as the town can be, Mule Day is very unique and it opens up a door for a look into the lives of these people. It is often an eye-opener for city dwellers as some have cited the visit as 'jaw-dropping' and 'surprisingly fun'.