- 1:20 p.m.: Dede & the Dreamers
- 4 p.m.:The Way Down Wanderers
- 6:20 p.m.: Samantha Crawford with special guest Medicinal Groove
- 1 p.m.: Tatiana Crespo
- 2:40 p.m.: Aaron Otto
- 3:15 p.m.: Ruby John
- 5:20 p.m.: Sturgeon Bay Singers
- 2–3 p.m.: The Wonder of Raptors with Wings of Wonder (room 114)
- 3:15–4:15 p.m.: Connecting Community through Civic Engagement with Gary Howe (room 115)
- 4:15–5:15 p.m.: The Boardman River Restoration Project [phase 2] with Frank Dituri (room 114)
- 4:30–5:30 p.m.: Nature Writing with Stephanie Mills (room 115)
- Bay Area Recycling for Charities
- Blue Heron Cafe
- Carter's Compost
- Cherry Republic
- Food for Thought
- Fustini's Oils and Vinegar
- Higher Grounds Trading Co.
- Little Artshram
- Martha Wagbo Farm & Education Center
- Morsels Bakery
- NMC Native American Student Organization
- Northwoods Soda & Syrup Co.
- Oryana Natural Foods Market
- SCRAP TC
Sweet Earth Arts & Music Festival
Saturday, April 18, 2015,
Location: NMC's Welcome Center,
in the Health & Science Building,
1701 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI
Cost: Free for everyone
Sweet Earth is an all inclusive Earth Day celebration for our dynamic Northern Michigan community. It is a means of communicating how to get involved with a multitude of environmental issues, both locally and globally, through a dialogue with music, art and interactive workshops.
Sweet Earth is a celebration filled with creative expression that plants the seed of environmental consciousness and provides the resources to help it grow.
This free festival begins at 1 p.m. and ends at 7:30 p.m. The event features many regionally based musicians: Tatiana Crespo (Traverse City), Aaron Otto (Harbor Springs), Ruby John (Northport), the Sturgeon Bay Singers (Harbor Springs), Dede & the Dreamers (Ann Arbor), the Way Down Wanderers (Chicago), and Samantha Crawford with special guest Medicinal Groove (Traverse City).
Workshops will include: The Wonder of Raptors (presented by Wings of Wonder), We are the Forest (presented by Archangel Ancient Tree Archive), Writing Nature Here (presented by Stephanie Mills) and Connecting Community through Civic Engagement (presented by Gary Howe).
In case not everyone is busy dancing or participating in one of our workshops, we will have hands-on activities for all ages including a science corner for kids, seed-ball making, a compost worm petting zoo, an arts and crafts table using recyclable materials, and more! Also new to this year, we will have our first ever Sweet Earth Artist Market featuring some of the many talented artisans in Northern Michigan.
If you are an artist interested in vending please fill out this form. If you are a student group our community organization interested in having an information table please fill out this form. Space for vendors and info table is limited and based on first-come, first-served basis.