Celebrate the opening of the "Only Fifty" Art Exhibit at Fogartyville, featuring New Orleans artist, Brandan Odums, and the collection Fifty Signs Of Freedom. Please join us for this presentation in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act.
A full day of yoga classes, workshops, music and dance performances, kids yoga zone, art activities & gallery, garden meditations, food and craft vendors, Kirtan, and more. A benefit for All Faith's Food Bank. Kids will be supervised at the kids zone until 2, and everyone can enjoy interactive musical meditation at the Kirtan from 5-7.
Never underestimate grannies. At age 90 Doris "Granny D"
Haddock blazed a 3200-mile trail across America for campaign finance
reform, precipitating the passage of the McCain-Feingold Act.
Off-Broadway actress Barbara Bates Smith and musician Jeff Sebens
highlight the story of this crusader whose steel determination took
the world by surprise and elevated her to national fame. Smith summons
the granny with the straw hat proclaiming across the U.S. "Corporations are not people! Democracy is!"
Hailing from Gainesville, FL, Big Shoals has staked their claim as a
serious band with a range that goes from a loud roar to a beautiful
whisper. With thought provoking lyrics and songs that stick in your
mind and hold on for days, the crowd always walks away wanting more. O'Captain, a brand new indie/folk band from Sarasota, will open the show.
SCOPE, a community engagement organization that connects and inspires citizens to create a better community, invites the community to attend this annual event to honor community building and the 2014 Boundary Crosser Cathy Layton. A Boundary Crosser is a person who connects people across boundary lines that traditionally divide community. Hors d’oeuvres, wine & beer will be served.
Enjoy performances by Grandpa's Cough Medicine and the Florida Mountain Boys, each playing their own brand of bluegrass! Grandpa's Cough Medicine falls squarely into what is being called “outlaw bluegrass” by many folks; with songs about corrupt politicians, executing would-be thieves, heavy metal induced killing sprees, the joys of pickin’ and many a drinkin’ song. The Florida Mountain Boys play a wide variety of favorites from Old & In the Way, to O’Brother Where Art Thou, and more contemporary songs; no show is ever the same. Whether it’s their high tempo tunes or their sweet soulful harmonies, everybody finds something to love.