Come enjoy a relaxing evening of community, delicious food, and live music with Penn Johnson on our organic farm!
Timeline of Event:
4-5pm - arrive and get grounded with a casual walking tour of farm
5-6pm - Vegetarian Farm Potluck (please bring something to share)
6-7pm - Farm concert with Penn Johnson
7-9pm - Campfire music jam session with Penn Johnson (please bring your instruments)
-Please bring something VEGETARIAN to share. Be creative. This includes salads, entrees, desserts, soups, finger foods, sides, beverages, etc.
-If you make a dish, please list all ingredients (on an index card taped to your dish - so we know what's in it) and consider bringing a copy of recipe to share with community :) In addition, please bring appropriate serving utensil to serve up the goodness!
-To reduce waste, please BRING YOUR OWN plates, bowls, utensils, cups/mugs! We will have some extras, but please make an effort to bring your own. A wash station will be set up so you can wash your dishes.
-We will be preparing and cooking Inyoni Organic Farm-fresh salads, salad dressing, soup, roasted root vegetables, and dessert for all to enjoy. A love $ donation to the farmer/cook would be greatly appreciated so we can sustainably offer more events like this on our farm. Thank you for supporting your local, organic farm!
About the Music & Musician:
-Penn Johnson farm concert begins at 6pm
-Community campfire jam session with Penn Johnson from 7-9pm(please bring your instruments)
-Suggested love $ donation to Penn Johnson $10-25, sliding scale (crystals, readings, and other energy exchanges welcome)
-Please bring your comfy, folding chair/blanket to relax into the music on the farm and around the fire
(from www.pennjohnson.net) "Penn Johnson is raising vibrations by weaving mysterious virtue through lyrical storytelling. With a deep reverence for nature and mind/body meditation, he travels across the US living a minimalist plant-based vanlife performing intimate campfire concerts and playing live music for yoga amidst other gigs and spontaneous destination hunting. Traveling well over 100,000 miles in the last year alone, Penn has shared the stage with Desert Dwellers, Nathan Feinstein (Iya Terra), Treehouse!, Sun-Dried Vibes, Joey Harkum (Pasadena), Brandon Hardesty (Bumpin Uglies), Sessions Americana, and One Tribe Movement at events such as The Women's March for Freedom, South Florida Folk Festival, and The March Against Monsanto.
Penn's sound is best described as danceable spoken word with poetic vocals and percussive strumming."