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The Community Stage is located in the north east corner of the Sculpture Park and will offer tremendous music and performances throughout the festival! Bring your lawn chair, blanket, and enjoy the day!

 

Community Stage Schedule

11:00 -11:45 AM      Feral Tortie

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Feral Tortie is the creative project of singer/songwriter Greg Lawson, based in Redding, CA.

Original Americana, Blues, Folk, Country acoustic songs.

 

 

12:00 PM  Eco Fashion Show

Upcycling, trashion, and eco-friendly fashion show. The second annual eco fashion show will highlight both upcycling, and trashin creations by local designers.

This fashion show celebrates designs that incorporates processes and techniques that use natural materials and or reduce environmental damage in some way. Don’t miss this fabulous show!

 

1:00 – 1:45 PM   Hula School of The Gift of Flowers

Local hula school by Jan and Dave Baza. Their Hui (club) was established in 2002, and is dedicated to the sharing of hula knowledge, wisdom, and ability, in a supportive team environment.

Be sure to come enjoy the show~

 

2:00  – 2:45 PM   Stormy Weather

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Local Music group led by Darlene Storms-Montgomery.

They play a variety of music from folk to rock to country.

You won’t want to miss this group!

 

 

 

3:00 – 3:45 PM   Kaitlyn and Ace Otten

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Local Musical duo. Kaitlyn Otten is a Northern California native who is a singer, songwriter, bass player and guitarist who likes to perform the songs she has written.

She has sung and played at many of the venues around the area either sitting in with her parents band or singing lead vocals and playing bass at gigs.

 

3:45 PM   Hula Arts Academy

The Hula Arts Academy a non-profit organization based in Redding California and run by Tiare Reed.  Hula has been in Tiare’s family for many generations and she carries on the tradition and responsibilities as a life long dancer, performer and teacher.

Their students learn Ancient and modern Hula, Hawaiian language, Lei making, Weaving, Ukulele, Performance, Sewing, Respect and Aloha. The Hula Arts Academy performs all over Shasta County, as far away as Chico and Reno.

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