Details just released: Mighty Kindness Harvest Hootenanny, Saturday, October 29th at the Louisville Nature Center, 3745 Illinois Ave (across from the zoo) 12:00 pm. to 6:00 pm, FREE.
Voted second for BEST ANNUAL FESTIVAL in LOUISVILLE by the Leo Weekly, the Mighty Kindness Hootenanny is a free community unity celebration of kindness!
The Hootenanny brings together local earth, body, mind, spirit and heart friendly services that make our commonwealth more connected, sustainable, healthier and happier. In our Kind Community, you will find local farms, green businesses, peace, earth and social justice advocates. The Mighty Bazaar showcases some of our finest artists and craftspeople, glass blowing demonstrations, jewelry, clothes and more!
The Mighty KIDness area is the place with an assortment of fun and educational activities for the kids. Come in costume, there will be trick or treating throughout the Hoot and prizes for eco-costumes! The Food Truck revolution has arrived and the gourmets on wheels-Morels, Holy Mole and others will be satisfying your taste buds as well as SoupbyCycle, Lou Veg Club and Heine Bros.Coffee.
Mighty Kindness is excited to announce that Squallis Puppeteers will be performing their Kid's show, "FOOD FIGHT" at 2:00pm- a magical experience for the whole family you will not want to miss. Activities for all ages throughout the day includes Free Yoga, The Healing Arts, Nature Walks, Free Workshops, Massage-a-thon and a World Peace Music Tent with performers from around the world who have made Louisville their home.
A true highlight of the Hoot, the Art in eARTh Stage will feature phenomenal local performers Andrea Davidson, Tyrone Cotton, Keltricity, JD Green, Divinity Rose, The Berries, Huh roBots, Some Day Soon and Serpent Wisdom. Once again local favorite Crescent Hill Radio 1650AM will be streaming LIVE from the Hoot. For a complete music schedule and more up-to-date information, you can visit the 2011 Harvest Hootenanny website: www.mightykindnesshootenanny.weebly.com.
If you'd like to join in on the fun, bring your instrument and make music with your neighbor in the Community Jam Tent with Tom Boone and friends. "I always look forward to the Hootenanny...I leave feeling more connected, encouraged and inspired by our community." Cami Gucinski from Jeffersontown told organizers. The Hoots are all about feeding the peace, joy, knowledge, healing, love and strength of our community so bring your family and friends out for a festival of life and possibility!
The Harvest Hootenanny is hosted by Mighty Kindness- an outreach of Clifton UU Church. The sponsors include- Cultivating Connections, Heine Bros Coffee, Kentucky Resources Council, Rainbow Blossom Natural Foods, Edible Lousiville,Shine, Divine Creationz, The Green Garage, Integrity Sustainable Community Planning, Africa Hands Barefoot Books, Balance Therapeutic Massage, Brother's Housing, Robbie Richard Warinner,Kentucky Association for Environmental Education, SoupBycycle, Greenlist,Taoist Tai Chi Society, Planned Parenthood of Kentucky.
For additional information please contact:
Aim Me Smiley, Mighty Kindness
Photo source: Mighty Kindness
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