Indigi Day Out & Redlands Folk Music Festival

Indigi Day Out & Redlands Folk Music Festival


Posted 2018-06-02 by Shirley Pepplerfollow

Sat 02 Jun 2018

The Indigi Day Out] is on this Saturday 2nd June at Indigiscapes, Capalaba. It will be a fun day for all the family, out in the winter sunshine, and offers a rich and full program. The event includes the 2018 Redlands Folk Music Festival, a highlight on calendar for Folk Redlands and folk music in general. You can enjoy the Indigiscapes surrounds, go for a bushwalk, listen to a full day's program of folk music, browse and shop at the markets, buy some native plants, eat, play, enjoy craft activities, learn a little about bats and the environment, see other wildlife … and all for free. Here's the program summary:

Music & Entertainment on the Kingfisher stage
10.00am Diddly Squat Band
11:00am Mama Juju and the Jam Tarts
12:00noon The Fergies
1:00pm Mayor Karen Williams Official Opening
1.05pm Joshua Walker Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony
1:40pm Joe Geia trio
2:40pm Bat Club – Children's performance
3:20pm Helen Ashworth

Garden Performers Ornamental (located near the Children playground Maze)
10.00am Raven
1.00pm Chuck & Chrissy
11.00am Raven
2.00pm Geoff Carwardine
12.00pm Red Hill Boys
10.50am Bat Club – Children's performance

Tallowwood Deck Stage Black Stump (located in the Native Botanic Gardens)
10.00am Red Hill Boys
11.00am Chuck & Chrissy
12.00pm Noisy Plumbing
1.00 & 3.00pm Ruby Phoenix Tribal Belly Dancers

Roving Performers
Noisy Plumbing, Ruby Phoenix Belly dancers, Bay Samba & Granny G & Eccentrish

Bush Walks
Celebrate the Majestic Trees with Environment Education Team Activities, bush walks & Plant a Seed at the Indigi Hub located near the playground
11.30am Bush walk Environmental Partnerships
1.30pm Bush walk Environmental Partnerships
2.00pm Bush walk Environment Education Team

Nature Play with Sparky Do Dah (Located outside the IndigiScapes Centre)
10.30am Join Sparky Do Dah on an explorative Bush walk
2.30pm Meet at the Circle of Seats near the Sparky Do Dah Nature Play activities

Geckoes Wildlife
Native wildlife in the Tallowwood Room in the IndigiScapes Centre

Craft Activities
• Gumnut Tree Fairy Body painting exhibition by Fairy Raine from 10am to 12pm
• Face painting artists in the Children's hub
• Story Cloth Art in the Scribbly Gum Gardens
• Weed weaving
• Gumnut craft with local artist Karen Benjamin in the Formal Garden
• Nature Journaling in the Children's hub
• First Five Forever Pop Up Library in the Children's hub

This promises to be a great day out for all the family. The full program of music and other activities is here
and if you're a "folkie", have a look here

!date 02/06/2018 -- 02/06/2018
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