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Hoedown Hootenanny: An Urban Barn Dance Benefit for PLACE

Come hoedown at Place For Sustainable Living this Sat! 


We're so excited to have our friends, Canyon Johnson back for our monthly night of bluegrass music! They are sharing the stage with the Bearcat Duo. Bring your friends!! This is sure to be a memorable night! 

CANYON JOHNSON is a dynamic bluegrass band based in the San Francisco Bay Area, drawing from the rich traditions and timeless themes of the music’s founders while making it fresh and relevant to the present with intricate arrangements, soulful harmonies, and tasteful picking.From the hard driving tunes of Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers and Red Allen to the poignant songs of Hazel Dickens and the enchanting melodies of traditional fiddle tunes, Canyon Johnson will get your feet tapping and put a smile on your face.

The BEARCAT DUO (Robin Fischer and Rowan McCallister) like to play old songs with a young attitude. Equally at home busking on a street corner or playing on stage at a Bluegrass festival, The Bearcat Duo energize audiences with a mix of rippin' old time fiddle tunes, traditional bluegrass numbers, rags, and songs with the sassiest lyrics they can dig up. They have been making an name for themselves both in duo formation and with the full quartet The Bearcat Stringband.

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$10-20 sliding scale (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Raw Pizza Plate by NIKKI STEPHENS! Served until there is no more - So come at the top of the hour so you don't miss out! More about her classes in our Events Calendar!

BARNYARD BAZAAR (soft launch)
We are also launching our evening Barnyard Bazaar. We wish this to grow in the coming months — This Saturday, we are featuring 2 artisans: 

FRANCISCO JIMENEZ will be giving samples of his amazing vinegars. A chef who will be teaching Spanish Immersion Cooking classes (Costa Rican style) in the coming month here.

JAMIE GREENE, of Biomorphics, a jeweler and Fab Lab member here at PLACE! He uses recycled metal and reclaimed wood inspired by sacred geometry and the beauty of NorCal and the Pacific NW.