Little Owl Music and Arts Festival for Audubon Acres this Saturday

LOFest2542874_origFrom the press release:

The Second Annual Little Owl Music & Arts Festival brings you another unforgettable arts and music experience next Saturday, March 23, from 11-6 p.m., with live music on two stages all afternoon, birds of prey on display, a petting zoo, dancers and a children’s activities/play area. 

Save Our American Raptors (SOAR) will be showing their rescued owls and other raptors from 11-1 p.m. We have about 50 vendors and exhibitors, native American story telling, a long-rifle demonstration, a student art contest, face painting, costumed volunteers, a tour of our historic Spring Frog Cabin, and lots of fun foods from local businesses.
The event is March 23rd from 11am-6 p.m. at historic Audubon Acres in East Brainerd. Some of the featured performers are Roger Alan Wade, Dalton Roberts, Jerre Haskew, Troy Underwood, Peggy Douglas, Joseph Ridolfo, Robin Burk, Lana Sutton, Ginnie Sams, Ray Zimmerman, Jessica Kitchens, Alan Simmons, and our master of ceremonies, Michael Gray. 

We have special programs for kids, including a designated, fenced area full of games and activities, such as face painting, mask making, and owl art.

Elise Chapin Sanctuary Source: ChattanoogaAudobon.org
Elise Chapin Sanctuary
Source: ChattanoogaAudobon.org

Audubon has an established role in history as one of the oldest settlements in North America. We’re on the Trail of Tears, and became one of the first properties put in trust. We want to expand our unique role in the future to more citizens, and enlist your help in educating all generations about preserving our native wildlife. That was our founder, Robert Sparks Walker’s vision for Audubon Acres — to preserve this unique property for all of posterity to enjoy, learn from, and protect.
Join us March 23 at Little Owl Music & Arts Festival 11-6 p.m.  Audubon Acres East Brainerd at 900 North Sanctuary Road in Chattanooga.
Get directions here, 
http://www.chattanoogaaudubon.org/audubon-acres.html, or call (423) 892-1499.

The cost for the event is $7 a person and $15 per carload. Children 5 and under are FREE – so pack as many people as you can in your car (safely) and come to Little Owl Music & Arts Festival on March 23rd!

Keep up with our performance event and featured artists and vendors on facebook www.facebook.com/LittleOwlFest

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