Inspiring an empowered, thriving community through interactive workshops, lectures & performances, helping to bring the most beautiful future to life.
The festival will offer lectures on established ecology, economy and wellness trends that are helping communities around the world to thrive. There will also be interactive workshops (by donation) exploring renewability, repurposing & engaging creative energy.
Note: we are only able to accept cash at the event,
due to no cell phone coverage
Suggested Contribution: $10
Saturday July 29, 2017 gate: 11:30am
White Sulpher Springs Fireman’s Park
Shore Road, White Sulpher Springs 12787
FREE shuttle from Floyd and Bobos on Main Street in Liberty
every hour on the hour!
Our special guest in this first festival is Kaila Mullady, the 2015 World Beatbox Champion, current America Vice Beatbox Champion, Loop Station Champion and 3X reigning Beatrhyme Champion. She’ll give a beatboxing workshop at 4pm and performance at 7:30pm.
12:00 – Electricmeg: Opening musical invocation, and The Consciousness of Water
12:30 – Tad Montgomery: Bioregionalism
1:00 – Sam Kovalyov: Wholistic Peace
1:30 – David N. McCarthy: The Economics of Compassion
2:30 – Eugene Thallman: Plant Nutrition
3:00 – Dick Reisling: Renewable Living
4:00 – Kaila Mullady: Beatbox Workshop
5:45 – Everyone: Jam Session (drums/beatboxing/singing/homemade instruments etc)
7:30 – Kaila Mullady: World Champion Beatbox, Beatrhyme & Loop Station Soloist
12:00 – ZacMax Welding Workshop
1:00 – Sound Bath Workshop
2:00 – Home-Made Instruments
3:00 – Essential Oil Workshop with Patti Berlin and Pauline Quackenbush
4:00 – Yoga Workshop with Leeanna Maniace
5:00 – Turn old tee shirts into reusable bags
6:00 – Using bikes as renewable energy
In the Wilds – All Day
Solar-powered Suitcase Musik – interactive DJ performance
The Giving Shrine – If you’d like to give something in memory of someone, we’ll have a table where you can leave your offering. Others can then come and take what they need.
This festival is made possible in part by a Sullivan County Heritage Grant from the Sullivan County Legislature, administered by the
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.
Our volunteer team includes:
Jessica Adamson, who has done a terrific job with the graphic design
Greg Castro, who will be doing sound at the festival and has been part of the development team