Creative Steps to a Sustainable Future
Saturday 23 July 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Eco Arts Community Precinct Dandaloo Street Kariong
Find out how to create a sustainable future for you and your family and have some fun at the 2011 Footprint Festival.
Brackets and Jam will celebrate the opening of a new HQ as part of the new ArtsBarn at this years FootPrint Festival produced in conjunction with the Kariong Eco Garden Crew.
B&J will be hosting a stage in the proposed Arts Garden area and we'll also bring along the CoastFest Chai Tent - get along and see some great artwork by artists contributing to the Arts Barn Environmental Exhibition, and find out about plans for a unique community build outdoor art and performance space + recycled drum workshops and jams in the proposed Arts Garden. Bring your recycled plastic instrument or use one of ours, make shaker and join the band!
Check out opportunities to exhibit, create artwork, promote and develop new skills or get involved in creating the Arts Garden.
The Focus of the Festival is on reducing our Environmental Footprint and about what we can all do to live a more sustainable and happy lifestyle. There will be lots of FREE Talks, Demonstrations, Films, Art, Music, Entertainment , Workshops, and Market Stalls
Organic and Natural Gardening, Herbal Medicine, Bush Tucker, Reusing and Recycling, Waste Reduction, Climate Change and Renewable Energy Solutions, Creating Affordable Sustainable Homes, plus much more useful information to help you reduce your footprint.
Keep the little ones amused with Stories and Songs, Eco Magician, Recycled Drum Workshops, Artwork and Shaker making
The Big Blue Ball
On Saturday night the Arts Barn will also host THE BIG BLUE BALL, 3 course meal - the not so fancy Dress Competition ( Trash Fasion or Garbage Garb) and great entertainment including the amazing Kush Cabaret Show – pemiere Australian Festival Act – featuring fantastic gypsey music, costumes and animated performance
The Festival Program, information on getting to the Festival or getting involved can be found on the website…
More info on the ArtsBarn visit www.artsbarn.org.au