14 Sunday / July 14, 2019

A Fair of the Arts

08:00 am to 01:00 pm
Showers Plaza, 401 N Morton St., Bloomington

Bloomington Parks and Recreation hosts a celebration of art and community with the sales, demonstrations, and displays of arts and fine crafts by local and regional artists. Visit the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market the second Saturdays of the Market season, then shop for the beautiful and well-crafted objects available at A Fair of the Arts. May 11, June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14, and October 12. For more information about A Fair of the Arts, contact Crystal Ritter at 349-3725 or [email protected]


14 Sunday / July 14, 2019

Homegrown Indiana Farm Tour

04:30 pm to 08:15 pm
Living Roots Farm, 5907 W Co Rd 375 S, French Lick, IN 47432

Living Roots Farm and Sustainable Living Center is a 75-acre diversified chemical-free farm that annually produces more than 80,000 pounds of produce, 10,000 pounds of pastured meat, and 55,000 free-range eggs. It’s a “live-in farm” where most of the staff live in off-the-grid cabins on the farm. Housing on the farm includes an earthen dome, a $500 tiny house, and an Earthship-inspired passive solar house. The farm also operates a CSA, an Organic Farm School, has workshops for the general public, and teaches healing arts. Produce highlights at Living Roots include 47 fig trees, several thousand tomato plants, more than a thousand pepper plants, more than 20 types of fruit, two miles of potatoes planted in the mulch method, and more than 300 total vegetable varieties! Animal farming highlights include two herds of grass-fed cattle, 10 heritage pigs that are moved around the farm in electronet fencing, a small flock of sheep, and more than 200 free-range laying hens. The evening culminates in a “Farm to Fork” dinner prepared with local food by local chefs from Sazon.

Animals / Eat and Drink / Outdoors

14 Sunday / July 14, 2019

Flatland Harmony Experiment

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm
Brown County Playhouse

Flatland Harmony Experiment is a high octane three piece vocally driven string band from Indianapolis Indiana. Flatland Harmony Experiment dances with a single large diaphragm condenser microphone to share their music with audiences. The trio trades lead vocal and lead instrumental responsibilities through a large and diverse original musical pallet. The instrumental mix of mandolin, banjo, and upright bass allows ample space for musical experimentation and expression….

Entertainment / Live Music

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