Mighty Kindness Earth Day Hootenany April 19, 2008

From: Angie Impellizzeri <noodleheadpig@gmail.com>:

Hey stranger...

Mark your calendar for April 19th @ Willow Park for the Might Kindness Earth Day Hootenanny!

If you wish to help out or if you know a group that might like to represent, please do forward!

I'll see you all there!




be mighty kind.

Poster: MightyKindnessEarthDay2008Poster

Press Release: MightyKindnessEarthDay2008PressRelease.pdf



Community and green groups bring together music, dance, kid's activities and eco-workshops to honor the Earth.

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - February 26, 2008 - Mighty Kindness invites you to their first annual Earth Day
Hootenanny on Saturday, April 19th at Willow Park in the Highlands from 12-6pm. Together with Community
Farm Alliance, Rainbow Blossom, Louisville Independent Business Association (LIBA), Sustain Kids, and Heine Bros.Coffee, the Mighty Kindness Earth Day Hootenanny is a free celebration for the whole community featuring the Art of Earth Performance Stage, a Kid's Tent, a Free School workshop & education area. There will also be an assortment of individuals representing their organizations such as Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, Campaign for a Dept. of Peace, Cultivating Connections, Amazing Grace Whole Foods, and many other Earth-friendly groups, local green businesses, alternative healers, local farmers, peace and social justice organizations.

The Art in Earth Performance Stage will feature the music of Leigh Ann Yost, Teneia Sanders, John Gage, Tamara Dearing, Troubadours of Divine Bliss, Kentucky Bootleggers,Dozens of Dollars, River Newts and Fool's Crow. You can also experience the magical movement of the Earth Mamas Dance Co. and workshops by Salsa Rueda & Playback

The Mighty KIDness tent will be host to Divinity Rose's "Kid's Open Stage & Storytelling", John Gage's workshop on music for the whole family, flower planting and finger knitting with the Waldorf School, face painting and other children'sactivities.

The Free School will be offering educational workshops on a wide variety of environmental and
community interests. Some workshops and talks will be on community gardens, composting, raw foods, homemade green cleaners, mountaintop removal, eco-landscaping as well as peace & social justice interests.

There will be free gifts including books and give-aways from local businesses. Bring the whole family and pack
a picnic for there will not be refreshments in order to keep it a "Money-Free Festivity!".

Mighty Kindness is a local community unity organization and online resource that seeks to bring together all things in our eco-region that create a circle of sustainability and contribute to our common wealth. Please visit
www.mightykindness.org to find resources for local farms, community services, local green businesses, peace & social justice groups, alternative medicine and healing, spirituality, environmental organizations and meet like-minded souls in the Mighty Kind Community.

Join us in honoring the Earth on Saturday, April 19th at Willow Park. Come enjoy inspiring local performers, witness the wonder of our mighty kids being educated and entertained, discover community services that you never knew existed, find out about products provided by your neighbors that are good for you and eco-friendly, and meet local farmers & get fresh produce delivered to your door. Come hobnob with the heart of our commonwealth - where earthadvocates, peaceful warriors, union members, social justice workers, eco-conscious business people, artists, healers, dreamers, heroes & heroines all come together to create a community with vision, beauty, wholeness, and a healthy respect for our beloved Earth!
For additional information please contact:
Aim Me Smiley
Mighty Kindness
Date:Saturday, April 19, 2008
Duration:420 minutes
Created by:Public Access
Updated:Tuesday, March 25, 2008 11:42am

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