Date(s) - 09/29/2018
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
It’s that time again–time for our annual StoryHarvest Festival at Freedom Square in North Troy! Celebration features free music from Rootbrew with special guests Jenny Marie and Derrick Horton & The Jay Street Band, food, art and more. The emcee is WOOC’s inimitable H. Bosh Jr.
Our eighth annual StoryHarvest community celebration from 3-6 PM on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Freedom Square in North Troy (101st Street where 5th and 6th Avenues meet). The all-ages event takes place rain or shine; the inclement weather location is next door at The Sanctuary for Independent Media (3361 6th Avenue, North Troy). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (518) 272-2390.
Just as farmers reap the harvest, providing sustenance for all, it is time to celebrate all our harvests–the results of seeds sown through art, education, agriculture, tolerance, and everything we do to build strong, healthy, tolerant communities.
Expect fun, Caribbean-inspired tunes from Rootbrew on the Freedom Square stage. With culturally entrenched music, the group allows their lyrics to serve as a platform for issues plaguing the United States and beyond, creating anthems of resistance.
During the music there will be a free community meal, created with veggies from our own Collard City Growers’ garden, Dennison Farms and other local farmers as well as treats prepared by members of the community.
Thanks to Unity House, we’ll have free hamburgers and hot dogs, fresh off the barbeque! Cuisine prepared by Kitchen Sanctuary chefs will make magic with food from Collard City Gardens to add to the feast!
CO-SPONSORS: Unity House, NATURE Lab, Team HERO / The Block Center, Troy Bike Rescue, Denison Farms, Troy Zero Waste, Transition Troy, Urban Grief , Cornell Cooperative, GenVote, OAO Inc. and more TBA!
This event is made possible in part by funding from the Barry Alan Gold Memorial Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, hundreds of small contributions, and volunteer labor.