Inspired Adventure fundraiser to celebrate art, nature music
May 8, 2014
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — Inspired Adventure Spring Festival at Kindred Art and Folk Institute will offer something magical for all.
Inspired Adventure is an all-ages annual event, May 17, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., that celebrates nature, art and music while helping to raise funds for scholarships, project supplies and transportation for Kindred’s out of the studio treks.
There will be something for everyone at the Community Art Center on Church Street in Truckee, with free activities such as an obstacle course, live music, May pole dancing, drum circle, games and crafts. Other activities will include an artisan marketplace, make and take art stations, henna tattoos, wholesome food and special presentations.
Featured performances by:
RhythmU, who you are Beat by Beat
Angele and the Wildwood Band
Besides The Girl
Tahoe Cielo Aerialists
This will truly be a beautiful day filled with life, love and everything Kindred. The incredible community inspires all Kindred does.
The mission of Kindred Art and Folk Institute is to support the community by providing creative, meaningful and sustainable educational opportunities, inspiring lifelong learning for individuals and families. Join Kindred to experience the regions’ beauty through arts, natural history and contemporary strategies for sustainable living for all ages.
For more information contact Kindred by phone at 530-205-7336, by email at email@example.com or visit kindredtruckee.org. Like Kindred on Facebook for the most up-to-date information on all Kindred happenings.
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