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46th

Festival Guide

Celebrating 23 years 828.68.MUSIC [686-8742]

SAVE THESE DATES LEAF Downtown AVL • Aug 3-4 Fall LEAF Festival • Oct 19-22

Nonprofit Serving the Arts • Local Music Festival • Cultural Arts Event

#1 Festival for Kids • Camping Festival • Music-Related Nonprofit


WELCOME TO LEAF! a global family connected through music & arts

Murakaza Neza o d i Bienven Kuin Krubate Nete Karibu Bienvenue Kinyarwandan

Spanish

Ngabe

Hello & Welcome!

Swahili

French

Thank you for gathering here at beautiful Lake Eden for the 46th LEAF Festival which weaves together all of LEAF's cultural arts work locally & globally. It is my hope that we are cultivating cultural curiousity, kindness, and magical moments while Trailblazing new paths. Recently, I had the honor to be an Evergreen Hero by 3rd grader Fable who reminds us Why LEAF.... "I've been going to LEAF so long I don't remember my first LEAF. But I DO remember running around, looking at vendors, trying to find mothers day gifts, fairies giving magic life, and cuddling up in a tent, feeling cool, but warm. LEAF has spread wings to my life. LEAF is more than a festival. LEAF Schools & Street brings music and art all over our region and LEAF International is in several countries, connecting cultures & creating community through music and art. LEAF gave a small girl a big life. Thank you Jennifer, Thank you LEAF." – Fable Tomlinson

Love what we do? Consider supporting our year-round programs by becoming a LEAF Member. 100% of MemberSHIP supports LEAF Schools & Streets and LEAF International. Thank you for making this a weekend full of new connections, inspiring creations and joyful celebrations.

Jennifer Pickering, Executive Director Derek Allen, Board President Deborah Bryant, Board Chair

LEAF is a non-profit on a MISSION building community, connecting cultures and enriching lives through t


Since 1995,



96+ COUNTRIES

REPRESENTED ON STAGE

Since 1995,

412,000 LEAFERS AT FESTIVAL

See pages 8-13 for schedule

700+ LEAF MEMBERS

SUPPORTING LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS AND LEAF INTERNATIONAL

Since 2004,

72,000+ YOUTH ENGAGED IN

LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS See pages 3-4

99+ LEAF LOVE

ENDOWMENT FUND DONORS Building the Legacy

Since 2006,

2,300+ GLOBAL YOUTH IN

LEAF INTERNATIONAL See pages 6-7

the arts – locally and globally – with festivals, community events and cultural arts education programs.


Activating cultural arts to create life-affirming, community building experiences - empowering our youth to become global citizens, leaders & agents of positive change.

SINCE 2004 | 72,000+ YOUTH | 7,686 FESTIVAL PERFORMERS | 11,000+ SERVED IN 2017

“I like being able to come to a safe place like Burton Street to play & learn with my friends after school.” – Zion L., Burton Street Community Youth Musician

LEAF PROGRAMS SPARK CHANGE! Opening the door to the LEAF ONEmic Studio at Burton Street, your senses immediately heighten. Whether your gaze surveys the walls draped in the latest graffiti styles of the B-Street DJs, your fingers tap on the MIDI controllers to lay an electronic drum beat or your ears perk up to the rhythmic mixing of a turntable, the studio welcomes you to explore & engage. “Music helps us to truly live in harmony with ourselves,” Nex Millen, ONEmic Studio Manager explains. In addition to the mixed-media exploration at the ONEmic Studio, the Burton Street Recreation Center is home to African Drumming, Hip-Hop Dance, LEAF Instrument Petting Zoo and Easel Rider Mobile Art Lab residencies. Youth have the opportunity to present and teach others about their audio & visual art at LEAF Festival via the EMErgence Tent, check them out! LEAF is grateful & continually inspired by the community leaders that go above & beyond to make cultrual arts a staple of youth education. As James E. Lee, Director of Operations at Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Buncombe County puts it, "We can't change our kids, we have to change the way they're learning."

300+ YOUTH PERFORMING THIS WEEKEND!

Look for this symbol on the Performance Schedule!


WELCOME SPRING VISITING TEACHING ARTISTS!

Twice a year, LEAF invites performing artists from around the globe that are culturally-rooted enough to grace the Festival stage, and mission-oriented enough to lead a Visiting Teaching Artist residency with elementary, middle, and/or high school students in and around Buncombe County. It is an opportunity for youth to take the next step toward becoming global citizens and leaders - onstage and off-stage in their communities. PHOTOS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Edwin Salas, Faerie Kin, Ganga Giri, Irish Mythen, Kinobe & WAMU Spirit, LEAF International Haiti, Masankho Banda, Sally & George, Supaman, The Change

Cultural Arts Showcase Monday, May 14th | 11am

Featuring: Supaman LEAF International Haiti & Lisa Zahiya

W o 1 o w!

LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS + BUNCOMBE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SELECTED BY JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS AS A PARTNER IN EDUCATION

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“The arts engage the whole child in creative thinking, collaboration, cross-cultural understanding, and communication. It inspires and transforms students supporting them in becoming life-long learners as well as future citizens.”- Mario Rossero, Senior Vice President of Education at the Kennedy Center.

Buncombe County Schools (BCS) and LEAF Schools & Streets are among just seven teams nationwide selected to join the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Partners in Education, a program designed to assist arts organizations throughout the nation to develop or expand education partnerships with their local school systems. A primary focus is to provide sustainable and robust arts-based professional development for teachers. Teams receive national support from the Kennedy Center through access to Center resources and so much more! Want to learn more about the Partners in Education program? Visit kennedy-center.org/partners, and stay tuned for more from LEAF!

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Empowering Culture Keepers, Cultivating Global Youth and Collaborating to Preserve Cultural Traditions in 10 Countries: Bequia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Haiti, Ivory Coast, Mexico, New Orleans, Panama, Rwanda & Tanzania.

“The pride the youth express while performing is unquestionably the most touching and humbling part of the whole experience” – Ingville Ceide, Prosjekt Haiti Co-Founder & LEAF International Partner

TRAILBLAZE TO HAITI After overcoming an earthquake in 2010, the loss of a prominent student & friend in 2014, and the devastation of Hurricane Matthew in 2016, LEAF International Haiti is the true definition of TRAILBLAZERS. Despite challenging obstacles, this dynamic group of youth continues to fight for new pathways in educating & celebrating their culture. A real model of perseverance & resiliency! This festival, LEAF International Haiti will be introducing young students to the music and dance traditions of Africa and the Caribbean. By focusing on these rich cultural traditions that has influenced culture in US cities like New Orleans, students will learn about the great diversity of the arts – including Haitian drum and dance, a tradition deeply embedded in the cultural interplay between West African continuity, Caribbean rhythm, and acts of positive resistance.

Want a

deeper experience into the

power of HAITIAN CULTURE?

Dance to Haiti | June 29 – July 7 Visit Haiti with LEAF and be immersed in culture, connection, history, & magic. Culture Keepers & guests will teach, share, & create an extraordinary journey into Haitian culture & arts. Meet LEAF partners – Prosjekt Haiti & Boukman Eksperyman – who are always fun, phenomenal guests. This is a cultural expedition where you will participate in an intense art-focused summer camp while making life-long friends, through hands-on learning.

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Visit the Global Outpost for more expedItIon info!


GO GLOBAL with LEAF International Cultural Expeditions

Merci

LEAF MEMBERS!

Seeing the kids on mandolins was really beautiful. Seeing you all and the passion that you work with made me see Guatemala in a different way. I've travelled all around the world and this was really special.

This year, MemberSHIP has helped to support:

– Tim Haider, LEAF International Cultural Expeditioner

COSTA RICA NOVEMBER 3-9, 2018 Join LEAF on an epic expedition to Costa Rica. Soak up the beaches & waterfalls but become much more than a tourist by traveling deep into the jungle to visit LEAF International program sites lead by indigenous communities.

GUATEMALA JANUARY 2019 Be more than just a tourist in Antigua! Dive deep into the community and visit LEAF International Guatemala music classes in action at the CEDIN school. Embrace the famous indigenous market in the highlands town of Chichicastenango and make a stop at the stunning Atitlan Lake & lakeside village of Panajachel.

See the world with leaf! For more info on how to immerse, visit theLEAF.org/CulturalExpeditions

LEAF International Costa Rica Culture Keeper Luis Salazar builds a spiritual medicinal school called Namasku, which means to learn traditional medicinal topics. Luis teaches youth & visitors about medicinal methods and natural living. The house is circular because according to Luis, “The energy is fluent when it’s in a circle.” Ji Tara Kri Deka is a book published by Culture keeper Alex Rodriguez. This book of stories & songs that teach the history of the Ngabe culture can be found in 5 different Ngabe Indian territories and 35 schools throughout southern Costa Rica and northern Panama.

LEAF International Ivory Coast Culture Keeper Dramane Dembele teaches youth ages 6-17 daily at the S.O.S. D’Abobo orphanage in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Dramane is utilizing other foundational resources as he continues to rebuild the Djembeso Cultural Center.

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PER FOR MI NG AR TS THURSDAY, MAY 10TH

LEAF MEMBER THROWDOWN @ EDEN HALL

WELCOME DRUM CIRCLE, FEATURING ADAMA DEMBELE Meet at Waterfront Fire Pit 6:45pm

LEAF MEMBER VISION JAM 7:45 - 8pm

THE PAPER CROWNS

Appalachian Folk Rock 8 - 9:15pm

THE DIGS

Nu-Soul 10 - 11:15pm

FRIDAY, MAY 11TH LAKESIDE

EDEN HALL

THE BARN Presented By: JAG & Mosaic

OPENING CEREMONY @ 4PM: MANZE & LOLO, MASANKHO BANDA, GANGA GIRI, GERI LITTLEJOHN & EHREN CRUZ @ LAKESIDE STAGE

SHOOK TWINS Indie Folk 4:30 - 5:30pm

FLOR DE TOLOACHE

All Female Mariachi Band 6 - 7:15pm

STUDIO ZAHIYA

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS 7:18 - 7:23pm

RISING APPALACHIA World Folk & Soul 8 - 9:30pm

UNIFIRE THEATER

Fire Performance @ 9:30pm

SAMANTHA FISH

Blues Guitar Sensation 10:15 - 11:45pm

THE DIGS

Nu-Soul 5:15 - 6:30pm

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND

ARKANSAUCE

Brooklyn Afro-Funk 7:15 - 8:30pm

Bluegrass & Americana 6:45 - 8pm

FLOR DE TOLOACHE

KINOBE & THE WAMU SPIRIT

All Female Mariachi Band 9:15 - 10:30pm

Ugandan Roots Music 8:45 - 10pm

SUPAMAN

SHOOK TWINS

Crow First Nation Hip-Hop 11:15pm - 12:30am

MEDISIN IN DUB Dub 12:30 - 1:15am

MDOU MOCTAR

Tuareg Desert Blues 1:15 - 2:30am

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THE PAPER CROWNS

Appalachian Folk Rock 5 - 6:15pm

Indie Folk 10:45pm - 12am


Thank you, LEAF Members! The MemberSHIP is leveling up in 2018. As a special thank you, we've crafted custom Member experiences and sprinkled them throughout the Festival weekend. There's so much goodness on tap we simply don't have room to share it all with you here.

Be In the know...

Member Lounge.

Visit the LEAF Global Outpost, now featuring the brand new We'll have a schedule of special happenings waiting for you!

BROOKSIDE

JAM TAVERN

SUNSHINE STAGE Presented By: Prestige Subaru

TURNIP THE BEET

CALLER: WILL MENTOR (30 Minute Walkthrough) Contra 5 - 7pm

DEB HALL

Swing Dance Workshop 7:30 - 8:30pm

SWING STEP

Live Swing Dance Set 8:30 - 9:45pm

WAKE UP ROBIN

CALLER: EMILY RUSH Contra 10:15 - 11:45pm

BUDDY SYSTEM

CALLER: WILL MENTOR Techno Contra 12:15am - 2:15am

ELIZABETH ANN WYNDELTS Old Time Jam 5 - 6pm

OSO KID HOP

Dance Party 4:45 - 5:45pm

BUCKET BROTHERS Ragtime & Jazz 6:15 - 7pm

ADAMA DEMBELE

African Drum Workshop & Jam 6:45 - 8pm

PISGAH BREWING PRESENTS:

THE CAMPFIRE REVERENDS Acoustic American Folk Rock 8:30 - 10pm

ROB MANGUM

Old Time Jam 10:30pm -12am

THE OSHIMA BROTHERS Acoustic Pop 7:15 - 8:15pm

MISS T’S ART V BOOGIE

Ragtine & Honky Tonk Jams all weekend!

COMMUNITY TRIBAL DRUM [under 18 must be w/parent] 10:30pm onward!

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PERFORMING ARTS SCHEDULE LAKESIDE

EDEN HALL

THE BARN Presented By: JAG & Mosaic

LINDA METZNER

LEAF INTERNATIONAL HAITI W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS 10:25 - 10:45am

IRISH MYTHEN

Celtic Singer Songstress 11:30am - 12:30pm

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND Brooklyn Afro-Funk 1:15 - 2:15pm

MDOU MOCTAR

Tuareg Desert Blues 2:45pm - 3:45pm

BOUKMAN EKSPERYANS Legendary Haitian Roots 4:15 - 5:30pm

GANGA GIRI

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Didgeridoo Dance Hall 6 - 7:15pm

ZABUMBA

Samba Dance & Drum 7:18 - 7:25pm

THE SUFFERS

Powerhouse Soul 8 - 9:30pm

TRILLIUM DANCE CO

Modern Dance Fusion 9:35 - 9:40pm

SNARKY PUPPY

Jazz Fusion Virtuosos 10:25pm - 12am

LAKESIDE & EDEN HALL CURATED BY SEED

SANGITA DEVI

Morning Piano 8 - 9:30am

Kirtan 8:30 - 9:30am

LEAF DELTA HOUSE JAZZ BAND

OTTO AQUABOOGY

FEAT: GARY BRADLEY & SAM IRVIN 10:45 - 11:45am

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS 10 - 10:30am

SALLY & GEORGE

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Alt-Country 12:15 - 1:30pm

LEAF TEACHING ARTIST SHOWCASE W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS YMCA Horizons 21st Century 10:45 - 11:45am

SOUTHERN FRIED POETRY SLAM

MASANKHO BANDA

FEAT: SLAM MASTER JAMES NAVÉ *Adult Content | 1st Round [Sign up 1:30pm Eden Hall] 2 - 4pm

Malawi Drum & Storytelling 12:15 - 1:15pm

IRISH MYTHEN

ORDINARY ELEPHANT

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Celtic Singer Songstress 4:30 - 5:45pm

Folk & Roots 2:15 - 3:30pm

LEAH SONG

SALLY & GEORGE

Southern Soul 6:15 - 7:30pm

46TH LEAF

Alt-Country 4:15 - 5:30pm

SOUTHERN FRIED POETRY SLAM FEAT: SLAM MASTER JAMES NAVÉ Championship Round *Adult Content 8 - 11pm

BOUKMAN EKSPERYANS Legendary Haitian Roots 11:45pm - 1am

MEDISIN IN DUB Dub 1 - 1:45am

GANGA GIRI

Didgeridoo Dance Hall 1:45 - 3am

5TH ANNUAL NEWSONG

LEAF Songwriter Competition 6:15 - 8:30pm

TEEN DANCE PARTY W/ NEX MILLEN @ Dream Lounge 9pm

FRANK SOLIVAN & DIRTY KITCHEN Bluegrass Extraordinaires 9 – 10:15pm

I DRAW SLOW

Irish Born Old-Time 10:45pm - 12am

#lEaFTrailblazing


SATURDAY, MAY 12TH BROOKSIDE

Note: Schedule is not to scale & subject to change

JAM TAVERN

SUNSHINE STAGE Presented By: Prestige Subaru

LAURA JUAREZ

Power From the Inside Out Yoga 8:30 - 9:30am

MASANKHO BANDA

Malawi Drum & Dance 9:45 - 10:45am

OTTO AQUABOOGY & LISA ZAHIYA W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Children First & Studio Zahiya 11 - 11:45am

OTTO, NINA & ERINN

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS In Real Life (IRL) 11:50am - 12:30pm

WAKE UP ROBIN

CALLER: EMILY RUSH (1ST 30 MIN BEGINNER LESSON) Contra 1 - 2:45pm

NATADAS

TURNIP THE BEET

CALLER: WILL MENTOR Contra 5:30 - 7:30pm

OTTO AQUABOOGY

Hip Hop Dance Workshop 7:45 - 8:45pm

MOUNTAIN CIRCUS ARTS SHOW AfroBeat Workshop 11am - 12pm

Performance @ 10:30 - 11am

IRA BERNSTEIN

LEAF INTERNATIONAL PROSJEKT HAITI

Flat Footing Workshop Pt. 1 12:15 - 1:30pm

IRISH MYTHEN

Celtic Songwriting Workshop 2 - 3pm

FRANK SOLIVAN

Bluegrass Workshop 3:15 - 4:15pm

11:15 - 11:35am

SWING STEP

Swing & Jazz 12 - 12:45pm

LEAF DJEMBESO

FEAT: ADAMA DEMBELE Ivory Coast West African Drumming 1 - 1:30pm

THE BUCKET BROTHERS

Ragtime & Jazz @ 2 - 2:45pm

EBOO SAULS

3:30 - 4:15pm

Old Time Jam 5:45 - 6:45pm

ROB MANGUM Old Time Jam 7 - 8:30pm

ORDINARY ELEPHANT Folk & Roots 8:45 - 10pm

GORDY HINNERS Old Time Jam 10:30pm - 12am

OSO KID HOP DANCE PARTY TEEN POETRY SLAM

W/ SLAM MASTER MEL KELLY 4:15 - 5:45pm

IMAGINE CIRCUS 6:15 – 7pm

THE CHANGE

Teen Female Driven Funk 7:15 - 8:15pm

FIRE PERFORMANCE By Unifire Theater

9pm at The Waterfront

COMMUNITY TRIBAL DRUM

Beer TastIng 5PM SATURDAY

Sponsor Row near Jam Tavern

#lEaFTrailblazing

IRISH DANCING

Old Time Jam *Moderate - Players Welcome! 4:30 - 5:30pm

ELECTRO HEART

FEAT: BUDDY SYSTEM & OSHIMA BROTHERS CALLER: EMILY RUSH Techno Contra 12:15 - 2:15am

Show @ 10:15 - 10:45am

KALETA & SUPER YAMBA BAND

WAKE UP ROBIN

CALLER: WILL MENTOR Contra 9:15 - 11:45pm

Kids Acro Yoga @ 9 - 9:45am

Singing Workshop 9 - 10:30am

ELIZABETH ANN WYNDELTS

(ALL AGES WELCOME) Ecstatic Dance 3:30 - 5pm

ASIA LAUREL

KARI SICKENBERGER

[under 18 must be w/parent] 10:30pm onward!


PERFORMING ARTS SCHEDULE LAKESIDE

EDEN HALL

THE BARN Presented By: JAG & Mosaic

LINDA METZNER Morning Piano 8 - 9am

MASANKHO BANDA

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Malawi Drum & Song 10 - 10:30am

SUPAMAN

W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Crow First Nation Hip-Hop 11am - 12:15pm

THE GOLDEN TRUMPETS

LEAF MEMBER'S COFFEE HOUSE

Gospel Brass Traditions 9:30 - 10:30am

9:30 - 11am

KINOBE & THE WAMU SPIRIT W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Ugandan Roots Music 11 - 12:15pm

THE CHANGE

I DRAW SLOW

Irish Born Old-Time 12:45 - 1:45pm

BOKANTÉ

World Music 2:15 - 3:45pm

FEMALE TRAILBLAZER FORUM

W/ ANI DIFRANCO, LEAH SONG, MIMEROSE BEAUBRUN & JENNIFER PICKERING Transforming Lives Through Music 12:45 - 1:45pm

FRANK SOLIVAN & DIRTY KITCHEN Bluegrass Extraordinaires 2:15 - 3:15pm

ANI DIFRANCO

Righteous Babe Folk 4:30 - 6pm

MEGAN SPRAGUE

Restorative Soundbath 11:30 - 12:30pm W/ LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS Teen Female Driven Funk 12:45 - 1:45pm

OSHIMA BROTHERS Acoustic Pop 2:15 - 3pm

ARKANSAUCE

Bluegrass & Americana 3:30 - 4:30pm

THE SCREAMING J'S

Ragtime Boogie Woogie 3:45 - 5pm

CLOSING CEREMONY @ 6PM: MANZE & LOLO, MASANKHO BANDA, GANGA GIRI, GERI LITTLEJOHN & EHREN CRUZ @ LAKESIDE STAGE

LEAF Schools & Streets Performance

LEAF International Performance

46th

thanks for Trailblaz

"What defines the human spirit? What does it tak and every one of us has the power to forge our ow our inner fire, and courageously set out on a path LEAF Festival, each artist selected has taken up th visionaries, trailblazers, musical pioneers… guid our true human potential, one note at a time. Thi odyssey of inner & outer discovery both on and of see you at Lake Eden.” ~ Ehren Cruz, LEAF Perfor #LEAFTrailblazing


SUNDAY, MAY 13TH

Note: Schedule is not to scale & subject to change

BROOKSIDE

JAM TAVERN

SUNSHINE STAGE Presented By: Prestige Subaru

JANE MARIE

ASIA LAUREL

Buddhi Yoga 8:15 - 9:15am

Kids Acro Yoga @ 9 - 9:45am

KARI SICKENBERGER TURNIP THE BEET Waltz 9:45 - 10:45pm

KAREN JAFFE & TATE DI CHIAZZA Argetine Tango Workshop 11am - 12pm

TURNIP THE BEET CALLER: EMILY RUSH Contra 12:30 - 2:30pm

WAKE UP ROBIN

CALLER: WILL MENTOR Contra 3 - 5pm

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Singing Workshop 9 - 10:30am

BOKANTÉ

World Music Workshop 11am - 12pm

HAYSTACK & KENNY THE CLOWN Circus Variety Show 10 - 10:45am

TOYBOX THEATER Puppet Show 11 - 11:30am

KEN & KYLE

IRA BERNSTEIN

Flat Footing Workshop pt. 2 12:15 - 1:30pm

GORDY HINNERS Old Time Jam 1:45 - 3pm

EBOO/ SAULS OLD TIME CELTIC Old TIme Jam JAM

TBD Welcome! *Moderate - Players 3:45 3:15 -- 4:45pm 4:30pm

Circus Show 11:45am - 12:15pm

IRISH DANCING PERFORMANCE 12:15 - 12:45pm

WARREN WILSON COLLEGE Gamelan Ensemble 1:15 - 2pm

THE GOLDEN TRUMPETS Gospel Brass Traditions 2:30 - 3:30pm


MAP LEGEND & VILLAGES ELFHAVEN VILLAGE & CHILDCARE

HEALING ARTS VILLAGE

WORLDWIDE PLAYFIELD

EARTHSKILLS AREA

SUNSHINE STAGE & VILLAGE

LEAF GLOBAL OUTPOST

SPROUTS VILLAGE & LAKE PLAY

EASEL RIDER VILLAGE

WARREN WILSON CRAFT CREW

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BUCKEYE FAMILY LODGE

ZOOM CART ROUTE

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MEADOW GREEN camping

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GATE GATE 6 SUNDAY EXIT 4:30-7:30pm.

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Lower Gate OPEN. Follow path & go SLOW. At 8pm Gate Closes & Cars left MUST BE TOWED ($100+fee).


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LEAF International Handcraft Art for Sale

LEAF International Prosjekt Haiti will be exhibiting & selling their handcraft art all weekend! Stop by for meet & greets and support their efforts in cultural preservation.

Trailblaze Around the World

with LEAF International by signing up for a Cultural Expedition to COSTA RICA, GUATEMALA, or HAITI!


EASEL RIDER VILLAGE EASEL RIDER Take Art to the Streets! FRIDAY GEO CODE STAMPING 4 - 7pm

SATURDAY FESTIVAL WEAR BRACELETS 10am - 1pm

TRAILBLAZING COSTUME EYEWEAR 1 - 4pm

KENTE CLOTHS & WOOD BLOCKS 5 - 7pm

SUNDAY HEART & SOUL PAPER WINDOWS 10am - 1pm

Last fall, our sponsors at Harmony Motors generously donated a Sprinter Van to serve up visual arts to youth across Western NC. With the eye-catching wrap by artist & designer, Tommy Lee, fresh interior by Nate Ballinger of Bearwallow Construction & stocked with Cheap Joes art supplies and infused with lots of Maybin Mission support, the Easel Rider mobile art lab is cruising better than ever!

LEAF LOVE COMMUNITY MURAL 1 - 6pm

So far in 2018... 1000+ Youth Served

73+

Community Events

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Amazing Partners

Want to bring Easel Rider to your community? Contact: EaselRider@theLEAF.org

EMERGENCE TENT Bring the Beat! FRIDAY MINIFOOGER INTERACTIVE PLAY 5 - 6pm

SATURDAY LEAF SCHOOLS & STREETS SHOWCASES 12:30 - 5pm

NEX MILLEN SHOWCASE 6 - 6:30pm

SUNDAY CREATIVE LABS 12 - 4pm

The EMErgence Tent, curated by producer, artist & DJ, Nex Millen, brings the ONEmic Studio at Burton Street to Lake Eden. Drop in for a music production lesson, or enjoy a LEAF Schools & Streets Showcase in mixed media expression, including Stop-Motion Animation shorts by Burton Street community youth!

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FAMILY ADVENTURE VILLAGES “Thank you for joining our Family Adventure zones full of inspiring music, art, creativity, clowning, discovery, nature, history, movement, fire, exploration, and so much more. We open our hearts to your family (of all ages) to choose your own adventure.” ~Cristal Rose Fox, Family Adventure Coordinator

SPROUTS

ELFHAVEN

MANDALA DANCE

ACRO YOGA DEMO

ELFHAVEN CHILDCARE FRI 7pm - 1am • SAT 12pm - 2am SUN 12pm - 5pm

NINJA KIDS CLUB

LULU THE CLOWN

ASHEVILLE FARMSTEAD SCHOOL

MOUNTAIN CIRCUS ARTS

FEAST BIKE-POWERED BLENDER

STREETCREATURES

SUNSHINE FRIDAY 4:15 - 5pm 5 - 5:30pm

3 Sisters Garden 5:30 - 6pm 6 - 6:30pm

5 - 5:30pm 5:30 - 6pm 6 - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7pm

ASHEVILLE HOOPS 7 - 7:30pm

ALNUGE Code Balloon Lady Costume Tent Earthshine Nature Programs LEAF Instrument Petting Zoo Mama-Baby Yurt Slacklibrium Solar-Powered Love Bus WAXON Tie-Dye

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Signups begin at 3pm at Buckeye Lodge. $7.50/hr per child with sibling discounts. WARREN WILSON COLLEGE HERITAGE CRAFT CREW Blacksmithing, Wood Turning, Silkscreening, Textiles & More!

WOOPETS

PUPPETRY VILLAGE FRI Late Night Cabaret 9pm 13+ SAT 11am - 5pm • SUN 11am - 5pm

FIRESHOW

BEDTIME STORIES Fri & Sat 8-9pm

7:30 - 8pm Imagine Circus! Kenny the Clown & Haystack Empire Strikes Brass 8 - 8:30pm

WANDERING SWORDSMAN KIDS TOURNAMENT ($5) 8:30 - 9pm

ODYSSEY LULLABYE LEAGUE Fri & Sat 9-10pm PAPER ROCKETS W/ TOM HECK Sat & Sun 11:30am -1:30pm


SUNSHINE

SPROUTS SATURDAY

KIDS YOGA

WOOPETS PUPPETS

MASK & COSTUME MAKING

DIDGERIDOO WORKSHOP

10 - 10:30am

10:30 - 11am

10:30am - 12:30pm (for parade)

12:45 - 1:30pm

GIANT CHESS FRI 4-6pm • SAT 10am-12pm • SUN 10am-12pm

DRUM WORKSHOP

WANDERING SWORDSMAN ($5)

KENNY & HAYSTACK 1 - 1:30pm

HELIXILEH

FRI 4 - 7pm • SAT 10am - 7pm • SUN 10am - 3pm

11am - 12pm 12 - 1pm

IRISH DANCING WORKSHOP

SPROUTS MARKET Kids can sell handmade crafts. $5/child.

SLACKLIBRIUM

Kids Tournament • FRI 8:30 - 9pm Adult Tournament • SAT 8 - 8:30pm

DRAGON FLOAT SAT 4-6pm • SUN 4-6pm

FLOWER OF LIFE GAME 1:30 - 2:30pm

(Water Slackline) 1:30 - 2:30pm

FULL CIRCLE FLOW ARTS

ASHEVILLE FARMSTEAD SCHOOL

LULU THE CLOWN

All Weekend

2:30 - 3pm

ELLE THE BOOTH FAIRY

FEAST BIKE POWERED BLENDER

ASIA LAUREL ACRO YOGA

All Weekend

PAINTING W/ SIR TOM FOOLERY

IMAGINE CIRCUS & ZABUMBA

WAXON TIE-DYE

DRUM WORKSHOP

Pollinators 2:30 - 3pm 3 - 3:30pm

3 - 3:30pm

(post-parade jam) 3:30 - 4pm

3:30 - 5pm

5 - 6pm

(Material Fee) 5 - 6pm

PLAYFIELD

KEN & KYLE JUGGLING

TRAILBLAZING PARADE

6 - 6:30pm

Start at Tennis Courts SAT 2:45 - 3:30pm

LED DANCE PARTY 6 - 8pm

SUNDAY KIDS YOGA

10 - 10:30am

10 - 10:30am

KEN & KYLE JUGGLING

NINJA KIDS CLUB

DIDGERIDOO WORKSHOP

11 - 11:30am

FEAST BIKE-POWERED BLENDER 11:30am - 12pm

YOUTH SOCCER

2 - 3pm

ULTIMATE FRISBEE (ALL AGES)

WOOPETS PUPPETS

QI GONG FOR ALL 10:30 - 11am

~ FRIDAY ~

10:30 - 11am

11am - 12pm

IMAGINE CIRCUS! STILTWALKER 12 - 12:30pm

3 - 4pm

COMMUNITY KICKBALL GAME

4:30 - 5:30pm

~ SATURDAY ~ FRISBEE THROWING CLINIC

10 - 11am

COMMUNITY SOCCER GAME

12 - 1pm

ASHEVILLE FARMSTEAD SCHOOL

LULU THE CLOWN

WAXON TIE-DYE

KENNY & HAYSTACK

HOOP JAM

DRUM WORKSHOP 2 - 3pm

~ SUNDAY ~

SLACKLINE & MINDFULNESS

MOUNTAIN CIRCUS ARTS

10:30 - 11:30am

HELIXILEH

WWC GAMELAN

11:30am - 1pm

Power of Play 12 - 12:30pm

(Material Fee) 12:30 - 1:30pm (Imagine Circus) 1:30 - 2pm (Youth Instructors) 1:30 - 2:30pm 1:30 - 2:30pm

12:30 - 1pm 1 - 1:45pm

3 - 3:30pm

3:30 - 4:15pm

ULTIMATE FAMILY DODGEBALL

1 - 2pm

FRISBEE SOCCER GAME

3 - 4pm

FLAG FOOTBALL COMMUNITY SOCCER GAME


HEALING ARTS VILLAGE "Welcome to Healing Arts Village, a place where creative practices and modalities promote healing, wellness, sustainability and personal change. Healing Arts include dance/movement, yoga, music, sound healing, play, writing, education, conscious communication, meditation & more." ~ Sonya Costello, Healing Arts Coordinator

EARTH TENT

EARTH SKILLS

DREAM LOUNGE

OPENING CACAO CEREMONY

SEVEN SHAMANIC PERSPECTIVES THAT CAN SHIFT PARADIGMS Mz. Imani & Steven Bachmann

SKY TENT

BY BARN

FRIDAY CHAKRA SOUND ATTUNEMENT

(HEALING ARTS OPENING CEREMONY)

Woven Green: Jim & Ashley Cash 4:30 - 6pm

STONE MEDICINE & THE WISDOM OF PRESENCE

ISIT E KOUNYE LA’ (HERE AND NOW)

Graham Wesley 5 - 6pm

JOJO Silverman & Mason Greenwald ($5-$15 suggested donation) 6 - 8pm

5:30 - 7pm

INTRODUCTION TO REIKI

Manzè and Lòlò 6:30 - 7:30pm

Kara Kihm 6:15 - 7:15pm

HIKES W/ BRUCE MULKEY & SHONNIE LAVENDER!

FRI 5pm | FAMILY HIKE SAT 8:30am

TRAIL RUN ADVENTURE

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES BOATHOUSE W/ SUPS, CANOES & BELLYAKS

DAILY 11- 5

WATERFRONT & ZIPLINE

SAT 8am w/ WESLEY MILLER

DAILY 12 - 5

STAND UP PADDLEBOARD YOGA

**ALL activities begin at BOATHOUSE unless otherwise noted.

SAT & SUN 10am w/ RYAN DADDS BROWN


EARTH TENT

SKY TENT

EARTH SKILLS

DREAM LOUNGE BY BARN

SATURDAY HEART OPENING FLOW Sonya Costello

9:30 - 10:30am

BREATHE OPEN YOUR BODY Becca Demers

OPEN HEART MEDITATION & PRAYER 9 - 10am

ANYWHERE ANYTIME MINDFULNESS

FLOW YOGA

10:15 - 11:15am

12 - 1pm

SPIRALING TAI CHI Aaron Dison

1:15 -2:15pm

RESTORATIVE YOGA W/ DIDGERIDOO MEDITATION

Asheville Farmstead School 11:15 - 12:15pm

Jamie Reygle

PENDANT CARVING Kirsten Cloutie

YOGA FOR RESILIENCY & TRAUMA RECOVERY

12:30 - 1:30pm

CONSCIOUS LIVING AND DYING Aditi Sethi-Brown

ecca Odom, LCSW

12:45 - 1:45pm

Abby Artemisi

YIN FLOW YOGA 4:15 - 5:15pm

2 - 3pm

Marie Conger (Poi Available or Bring Your Own) 5 - 6pm

LIVE MIXED ECSTATIC DANCE

Robert Kochka Jr. & Amanda Crowe (Poi Available or Bring Your Own) 5 - 6pm

WILD EDIBLE & HERBAL APPALACHIAN PLANT

Brian Lumb

ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM EDUCATION

BEGINNING POI SPINNING

1:45 - 2:45pm

WHAT HAPPY PEOPLE KNOW (…AND HOW TO BECOME ONE!)

Costanzo Family

Kelly Gilmore

10 - 11am

WATER WONDERS WORKSHOP

12:45 - 1:45pm

2:30 - 3:30pm

Tyler Lavenberg

Damon Dickinson

10:45 -11:45pm

Stephanie & Sunny Keach

INTRO TO STONE TOOLS

3 - 4pm

CHOCOLATE THROUGH THE AGES

Amy, Blair & Melissa

Meagan Brown

ENERGETICS OF PASSION FOR COUPLES

Luna Deitrich & Taylor Johnson 10:30am - 12pm

HERBALISM FOR HOPE AND RESILIENCE: PLANT ALLIES FOR TRAUMA AND GRIEF Emily Ruff

12:30 - 2pm

TOOLS FOR HEALING SEXUAL TRAUMA Papillon Deboer, LPC 2:30 - 4pm

COLIN YOU HOME INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE

Colin Martin (local singer-songwriter) 4:30 - 5:30pm

TEEN DANCE PARTY 9 - 11pm

4:30 - 5:30pm

MANA GARDENING THE ANSWERS LIE WITHIN Michelle Shine PhD 3:15 - 4:15pm

12-STEP MEETING

INTUITIVE ASTROLOGY FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

FRI & SAT 5pm (hut behind brookside)

Virginia Rosenberg 4:30 - 5:30pm

SUNDAY NIA: THE JOY OF MOVEMENT Jenny Lumb

9:30 -10:30am

FIND YOUR INNER WILD Nathalie Claes

10:45 - 11:45am

INTUITION FOR SURVIVAL Nesta and Sean Kennedy 12 - 1pm

TOGETHERNESS: PARTNER YOGA & MASSAGE FOR COUPLES

EFT FOR EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE & COMPASSION Lisa Duffey, LPC, RYT 9 - 10am

MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS: KINDRED LIGHT Wendy Mallett Lantis & Kaya Satori 10:15 - 11:15am

AYURVEDA FOR VITALITY Marek Sawicki & Amy Uma Thompson 11:30am - 12:30pm

Mackenzie Thomas 1:15 - 2:15pm

REFLEXOLOGY REFRESH THE FEET!

GET CORE-ORIENTED

12:45 - 1:45pm

2:30 - 3:30pm

FINDING YOUR LIFE PARTNER

Summer Paradiso

FRICTION-FIRE MAKING Clint Corley

10 - 11am

CHILDREN'S WILD FOOD WALK Tootsie Jablonski & Beka Joplin 11:15 - 12:15pm

PERENNIAL VEGETABLES FOR LAZY FARMING

SONIC SATURATION & YOGA

Shannon Lockheart, Mama Mojo, Geri LittleJohn, Steven Bachmann & friends 12:30 - 1:45pm

MOTHER'S DAY GRATITUDE CIRCLE

Erin Kelley & RaeRae LoveDay 2 - 3:30pm

Bradley Jones

12:30 - 1:30pm

Elisha Reygle

Joy Smith 2 - 3pm

~ RELAX ~ Visit healing arts practitioners on Handcrafts & Healing Booths page.

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HANDCRAFTS & HEALING ARTS BOOTHS "Come and explore the talent & creativity of these amazing artists! You'll find tribal to traditional to whimsical. Artists in this juried show come from all over the US, and are a treasured part of the LEAF experience!" ~ Erin Honeycutt, Vendor Coordinator

JAM TAVERN

SHIP CREEK For Personal Peace Elixirs Inner Balance Massage & Body Work Nourish & Flourish Chiropractic Oika Environmental Education Pure Fire Foods Wellness Supplements Woodcense Aromatherapy Woven Green* Sound Healing

Alison Brynn Ross Design Metal ARTeries Mobile Boutique* Fiber Caravan Serai Apothecary Perfume Elven Caravan* Costume Gardens of Health* Chiropractic Henna Sophia* Henna Jennet Norman Art Studio* Painting Moonlight Makers* Graphic Art Rabbit Run Studios* Mixed Media Rooted Heart Remedies* Bath & Body Sabai Sabai Global Gear Sacred Wilderness Batiks* Batik The Spoon Girl Metal The Fairies Pyjamas* Fiber

FAMILY VILLAGE Asheville Pixie Palace Costume Carden Farms* Wood Sparkle Body Arts* Body Art WAXON Batik & Dye Studio* Batik

HEALING ARTS Advanced Massage* Massage Heavenly Body Healing* Intuitive Astrology

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Hemp Magic* CBD Oil

= Made a love donation for the Art Raffle to Benefit LEAF Schools & Streets. WIN ART at Global Outpost!


LAKESIDE Ada Art* Jewelry Andremi Designs* Leather Asheville Mandala Weavers* Fiber Autumn Tenyl Designs Fiber BALM MTN. SOAP* Bath & Body Botanic Synergy Bath & Body Celena Burnett Pottery* Pottery DharmaWood* Wood Eddie Smith Pottery Elle the Booth Fairy Family Adventure EnRapturing Entertainment* Body Art Girl & Goblin* Mixed Media Grateful Threads Asheville* Fiber Hands on Fire Music Irie Lights* Candles Intergalactic Hobo* Leather Just Relax Asheville* Massage Katie Did It!* Glass Kcreatable* Wood KreativeMindz* Fiber Lily In Flux* Jewelry



CONGRATULATIONS OCTOBER 2017 WINNERS Most Original: Shortbus Studio

LEAF INTER

TIONAL NA

LEAF VENDOR AWARDS

manamiart* Painting Margaret Goodson Graham* Jewelry MergingMetals Jewelry Mexica Crafts* Leather Mountain Glass Werks* Glass New Life CBD* CBD Oil New World Glass* Glass Planet Love* Fiber Sarah Brobst Designs* Jewelry Seed & Sky* Jewelry Seven Feathers Tribe* Leather Shortbus Studio* Mixed Media silverfish LA Jewelry Spectrum Geometry* Painting SPERO ART* Painting ssd jewelry* Jewelry Starfish Earth Clothes* Leather Sweet Melis Fiber/Paint Tree of Life Potters* Pottery White Mountain Essence Didj* Music

Most Festive: Autumn Teneyl Designs Highest Quality: Eddie Smith Porcelain Best Booth: The Art Farm Best Food: Mojo Kitchen

Vote for your May 2018 favorites!

Pick up & drop off your ballot in the Global Outpost. Winners announced on Sunday!

Handcraft Art for Sale

Purchase authentic handcraft art by LEAF International Haiti Culture Keepers. VISIT GLOBAL OUTPOST Friday: 5 - 8pm Saturday: 10am - 8pm Sunday: 10am - 3pm

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We lcomietchen! K e d i s h t u o CULINARY ARTS S BARN

LAKESIDE

JAM TAVERN

Mela* LEAF Beverage Concessions

Buchi CeCi’s Culinary Tour* French Broad Choc. Lounge Gypsy Queen* Homegrown* Kettle Corn Mac Daddy’s Lemonade Maté Factor Mojo Kitchen* Okie Dokie Smokehouse* LEAF Beverage Concessions Green Machine ATM

Out of the Blue Peruvian* Silvermoon Chocolate

EDEN HALL Blunt Pretzels D.O.G.S (sausages) Dynamite Coffee Roasters

(inside LEAF Beverage Concessions)

One World Kitchen* Southside Kitchen (inside)* Ultimate Ice Cream Wood Oven Eats Pizza* LEAF Beverage Concessions Green Machine ATM

MEADOW GREEN Le Bon Café SHIP CREEK Green Light Cafe* MacDaddy's Lemonade Sugar Shack*

*These businesses are helping to NOURISH Staff & Performers all weekend.

THank you to all LEAF Love Endowment Fund Donors! Special recognition & gratitude of those who've fulfilled their pledge to date: Ann & Horace Jennings, Barbara Benisch & Jacque Allen, Barley's Taproom & Pizzeria, Anonymous, Carol & Mark Antman, Cherry & Paul Saenger, Anonymous, Elbert Hargrave, Erica Bell, Faith Butterfield, Ford & Emily Willis, Gail Richman, Jill & Bill Jones, Kalyn Saylor, Karen & Larry Vickers, Kelly Hanson, Kerri Hampton, Pete Roe, Randy Siegel, Robin Gradison, Sarah Nie, Sid & Emily Heilbraun, Strivven Media LLC - Ilya Gorelik, Suzy Lawrence, Tommy & Debbie George, Richard Blomgren, Joanne & Martin Swenson, Patricia Anderson & Pamela Reid, Dini & Chuck Pickering, Jen Beasley, Mark Fogas, Bachman Smith, Adrienne & Lin Holcomb, Hedy Fischer, Benjamin Jaffee & Jeanette Koehn, Patrick Ilderton, Dan Lucas Memorial Fund, John Crosland III, Helme Calfee


INTRODUCING...

LEAF BUSINESS MEMBERSHIP LEAF Business Members give back to the community by supporting LEAF’s cultural arts education programs.

Sign up today and join a growing network of LEAF

supporters. To find out how your business can help bring arts and culture into the lives of youth and communities worldwide, visit the LEAF Global Outpost.

 As a business owner that has attended LEAF Festival for over a decade, and having developed an appreciation for LEAF Schools & Streets and LEAF International, I was looking for an avenue that deepened my involvement. Through Business Membership, I had the opportunity to make a larger contribution directly to these programs. If you're a business owner, know that you can make a meaningful impact by supporting LEAF's mission.  – Bill Butcher, Bank Earnings Alliance | Founding LEAF Business Member

Lake Eden Events

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Imagine...

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Lake Eden

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theLEAF.org Celebrate communities, creativity, diversity & families with LEAF in the heart of downtown Asheville at this FREE event!

LEAF Downtown AVL • Aug 3-4th PACK SQUARE PARK | ASHEVILLE, NC

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RULES Be LEAFy & respect the rules or ya gotta go...  {LOST & FOUND located at ROUNDHOUSE STAFF LOUNGE.}

CAMP STORE NEAR JAM TAVERN

Need something? Check FBFC for healthy snacks, diapers, wipes, sunscreen, soap, condoms, hair ties, trash bags, ladies needs, ponchos, food supplies & more!

BE GREEN LEAVE NO TRACE

LEAF IS NOT A DUMP NO GLASS / STYROFOAM We all drink downstream. THIS IS COMMUNITY! Thank the Green Team by placing your consumables into the proper bins.

RECYCLE BLUE BINS

NO DIRTY ALUMINUM FOIL! • Bottles • Glass • Cans • Metal • Clean Paper • Plastics #1-7

COMPOST GREEN BINS

NO UTENSILS (even corn) • Food Scraps • Paper & Corn Dishes • Cardboard–place b/w bins

FAST: FIRST AID SECURITY TEAM

• • •

FAST is roaming 24 hrs & at Main Road Checkpoint. FAST Station open Thurs 4-11 | Fri & Sat 9-11 | Sun 9-5 For Off-hours Emergencies, go to Road Checkpoint Security or contact PHOENIX 828.545.5220

LEAF IS SMOKE FREE

• • • •

No Smoking especially at stages public areas & near kids! Smoking ONLY at your campsite & smoking areas behind Eden Hall & Big Beer Truck by lake. No butts on ground! Any smoke including vaping

RESPECT / COMMUNITY WATCH

• • •

If ANYTHING needs attention– person, toilet, trash–report ASAP @ Volunteers, Roundhouse or Stage Staff w/ a Walkie. Quiet hours 12 midnight-9am Unoccupied chairs at stage may be used by others til you return PARK in correct lot, don’t block anything or we do TOW $100+

LAKE & WATERFRONT

• • • • •

Swim ONLY at waterfront & only when lifeguards on duty. NO swimming after dark. Boaters MUST wear lifejackets. Lake has inherent risks–be careful & watch kids. Thor, LOUD siren, detects lightning at 3miles. If Thor sounds, stay away from water.

OPEN

NO’s! KEEP US SAFE!

Bad choices put us all at risk. • NO OPEN FIRES. Campfire cook pits must be 18” tall off ground & small (or it will kill grass)! • No Dumping Coals (put in marked barrels in Eden Field– NOT dumpsters) • No Underage Drinking • No Weapons • No Drugs • No Fireworks • No Pets • No Flyering • No Outside Alcohol • No Tree Climbing • No Busking • No Unauthorized Vending • No Trespassing–No ticket? $250 Charge & Prosecuted

HELLO PARENTS!

• • • • • • • •

Under 18 MUST CAMP with parents & be with parents at Drum Circle. DON’T LOSE YOUR KIDS! Keep up with your kids. Show kids a meeting place if lost like Volunteers | Boathouse Photo your kids daily & include shoes in case they get lost LOST KIDS? Find nearest Staff to radio FAST Team Kids under 10 must be with an adult at all times. Watch kids closely by lake. Get FREE kids wristbands at Global Outpost & Volunteer Checkin–write your phone #

WATERFRONT & ZIPLINE 12-5 BOATHOUSE 11-5 (NO boats after 6pm)

ASSUMPTION OF RISK – YOU are RESPONSIBLE.

TRASH BLACK BINS

ONLY IF YOU CAN’T REUSE • Dirty Aluminum Foil • Other Trash

There are inherent risks associated with being at a LEAF event. By participating in LEAF (LEAF Community Arts) in any way (ticket purchaser, volunteer, staff, performer, vendor, etc) YOU are fully responsible for your physical and mental self, your belongings, your vehicle, your actions, injuries, accidents, illness, property damage, or other occurrence arising in any manner whatsoever out of your participation in activities. In addition, all persons attending this event, by their presence, may be photographed, videotaped, or broadcasted and, waive any claim related to the use of their image for promotional purposes for LEAF. BE RESPECTFUL, KIND & RESPONSIBLE.

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LEaF Love & Thanks to our sponsors The Barn

Sunshine Stage

Greening

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LEAF Festival Guide Spring 2018  

Official Guide to LEAF Festival – Connect to LEAF's mission & plan your adventure! • Map • Performance Schedule • Healing Arts Schedule • Fa...

LEAF Festival Guide Spring 2018  

Official Guide to LEAF Festival – Connect to LEAF's mission & plan your adventure! • Map • Performance Schedule • Healing Arts Schedule • Fa...