Mighty Kindness Hoot
The 2018 Mighty Kindness Hoot
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Waterfront Park's Brown-Forman Amphitheater
12 - 7 pm
See more- www.mightykindnesshoot.org
Community-building, wholistic healing, bio-dynaimc/organic farming, permaculture, freecyling, trade/bartering, volunteering, community gardens, community arts & media, freeing dreams, reve-YOU-tion , being the change, being the peace, and loving one another as ourselves.
Come by our booth at one of our favorite festivals!
Sayler Park Sustains
June 9, 2018
Nelson Sayler Memorial Park, Cincinnati, OH 45233
Community, stewardship, and sustainability with music, demonstrations, workshops, earth-friendly practices, vendors, raffles, local food and brews, kid-friendly!
Sayler Park Sustains was Simply ECOnsciously's very first festival!
5 Years of Sustainable Education! Keep it LOCAL!
Trillium Art & Music Fair
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Glenwood Gardens | Gatehouse & Great Lawn
10397 Springfield Pike, Woodlawn, Ohio 45215
The Trillium Art & Music Fair features approximately 50 local artists showcasing their talents, as well as live local music, demonstrations, crafts, food and beverages. The event is held rain or shine in beautiful Glenwood Gardens and is free and open to the public.
Berea Craft Festival
Historic Indian Fort Theater
Take I-75 to Berea, Kentucky
Exits 76 or 77
and follow the signs to the
Berea Craft Festival.
For further detail call Berea Welcome Center800-598-5263
$6.00 for adults.
$5.00 for seniors and
children under 12 are free
July 13, 14, & 15, 2018
Time: Friday - Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday 10am-5pm
Amazing art, incredible food, wandering musicians, dancers, artisan demonstrations and so much more. For 37 years Berea Craft Festival has brought the best and brightest from all over and packed them into the gorgeous Appalachian hills of The Pinnacles in Berea.
Music - Strolling musicians and vocal groups. Dulcimers, fiddles and guitars. Folk, jazz and toe tapping mountain music - all guaranteed to make you get out your dancing shoes.
Demonstrations - Ever wonder how they do that? Come meet the people who make the art and find out. See raku pottery-firing, tree-to-table basket making, silversmiths, carving, glass lamp work, vegetable dying, doll making, puzzle making and kids craft and art station.
Dining under the trees - Festival favorites include, grilled chicken, pork tenderloin sandwich, roasted corn in the husk, baked potatoes, fresh squeezed lemonade, funnel cakes, kettle corn and much more!
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