A package of amazing and overlapping events at Earthwork Farm in Lake City!
First, the return of the Crosshatch Skill Swap - 17+ different hands-on workshops, taught by the community for the community. Including mead making, herbal tinctures, fermenting, songwriting, sauna building and tons more.
Then, after a on-farm dinner (ala cart from various vendors and the Earthwork kitchen), a CD release of the new Seth Bernard album "Eggtones for Peace" followed by an evening concert in the barn by the one and only Gregory Stovetop.
Finally, the opportunity for BlissFest bound travelers to camp overnight and cut their travel time to that amazing summer festival.
Check out the first track from Eggtones for Peace here - a collaboration with Brad Kik, founder of Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology: https://sethbernard.bandcamp.com/
The Earthwork Music collective believes in the intrinsic and historical power of music to raise both community and self-awareness and serves to facilitate and encourage original music in the state of Michigan and beyond.