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Spring arts/folk fest set for Saturday in Truckee

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TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Inspired Adventure Spring Festival at Kindred Art and Folk Institute is an all-ages annual event that celebrates nature, art and music while helping raise funds for scholarships, project supplies and transportation for inspired adventures out of the studio.

This year’s event, which is free, is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at the Community Art Center, 10046 Church Street, Truckee.

Activities will include an obstacle course, live music, maypole dancing, drum circle, games and crafts, as well as an artisan marketplace, make and take art stations, henna tattoos, wholesome food and brews, and special presentations.

Featured performances include Jhana Bowen (interactive live paint experience); Steve LaBella; Flip the Record Duo; Aaron Oropeza; DjTreez; Tahoe School of Music; and Bass Heavy.

“This will truly be a beautiful day filled with life, love and everything Kindred,” according to the institute. “Our incredible community inspires all we do; this inspiration is what Kindred is all about, and we look forward to sharing it with you.”

The Mission of Kindred Art and Folk Institute is to support our community by providing creative, meaningful and sustainable educational opportunities, inspiring lifelong learning for individuals and families.

For information, contact Kindred at 530-205-7336 or nmartin@kindredtruckee.org, or visit kindredtruckee.org.