Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Prairie Fest 2008 - Saturday, April 26 in FW - schedule/info

first: Happy, green, productive, pro-active EARTH DAY to you !!

second: Prairie Fest is only 3 days away on April 26.

Says organizer/founder Don Young: "Come dance barefoot on the prairie--at the Tandy Hills Natural Area
in E. Fort Worth--while you help us save some of it. Our solar-powered stage makes Grammy-winning musicians Brave Combo sound way better."

Who: Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area.

What: The third annual Fort Worth Prairie Fest "Celebrating our connection to the natural world"

When: April 26, 2008. 11am - 7 pm

Where: Tandy Hills Natural Area - 3400 View Street, Fort Worth

Website: http://tandyhills. org/prairiefest. htm/

Contact: Don Young @ 817-731-2787


Prairie Fest is:

- Wildflower/Prairie tours led by master naturalists at the best place to see spring wildflowers, Tandy Hills Natural Area.

- Sustainable and green living exhibitors representing clean energy, green building, yard & garden, recycling, transportation, food & agriculture and conservation. (over 60 booths)

- A forum for all environmental organizations in the the north Texas region, with a keynote speech by Jarid Manos, founder of Great Plains Restoration Council.

- A special gathering of North Texas artists (including Alison Aldrich, Tina Bohlman, Rachel Bounds, Georgia Clarke, Sarah Green, Ginger Head Gearheart, Tom Huckabee, Carol Ivey, Debob Jacob, Sheri Jones, Sunnie LeBlanc, Victor Manuel, Chris McHenery, Rose Marie Mercado, Cecilia Robertson, Julie Wende, and Trish Wise) creating works inspired by Tandy Hills Natural Area in our "Plein Air" painting event. Take one or more of these paintings home with you by bidding on them in an auction during the festival.

- MUSIC, DANCE, POETRY and other performances for all ages.

SCHEDULE OF PERFORMERS AND /PRESENTERS:

11am – 12:15pm / The Ackermans (music)

12:15 – 12:30pm / Mimi Kayl-Vaughn (modern dance)

12:30 – 12:45pm / John Snowden |(speaker, Bluestem Farms)

12:45 – 2:00pm / "Trigger Fish" (music)

2:00 – 2:15pm / "Footprints" (dance, music, poetry with Lori Sundeen Soderbergh, Tammy Gomez, Chris Curiel)

2:15 – 3:00pm / Kerri Arista (music)

3:00 – 3:15pm / Elizabeth Samudio (speaker, Elizabeth Anna’s Old World Garden)

3:15 - 4:30pm / Blackland River Devils/Darrin Kobetich (music)

4:30 – 4:45pm / Kathleen Hicks (speaker)

4:45 – 5:00pm / "Footprints" (dance, music, poetry with Lori Sundeen Soderbergh, Tammy Gomez, Chris Curiel)

5:00 – 5:45pm / "The Walking Contradictions" (music)

5:45 – 6:00pm / Jarid Manos (speaker)

6:00 – 7:30pm / Brave Combo (music)

- Food and drink provided by Chadra Mezze and Grill; Hot Damn Tamales; New Belgian Brewing Company; Rahr Brothers Brewery; and Smokey's Barbecue.

- FREE and open to the public!

DIRECTIONS to festival site: 3400 View St. Fort Worth, TX 76103.

Go 13 blocks on Meadowbrook to Tandy Ave. Turn right on Tandy, the park is one block straight ahead.

Don't miss being a part of the greenest of the green festivals. Come to the meadow, where the therapy is always pro bono.

Tammy Gomez performing in "Footprints" at the FringeFest at the Dallas Hub Theatre in Deep Ellum, Saturday, April 12th.

2 comments:

Layne mC said...

I saw 'Footprints' at Prairie Fest amidst gracious greenery and blooming blue bonnets. Sweet justice for our the silent sweet grass. Tammy's cunning words build as we become faced with our disposable over indulgence. Lori's fluid motion continues to call us to the shape of our foot and asks how deep is your print? Thanks so much for your artistic vision. Prairie Fest was a great event full of forward thinking, peaceful people!

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