Come out and enjoy the beautiful weather with us for the second annual Patawpha Fest Spring Celebration TODAY going on all afternoon/evening and enjoy the best local music, food and art that Oxford has to offer! We’ve got a great line-up of musicians scheduled (see below), with other performances by Darkfire, Laff Co Comedy Troupe, Theater Oxford and readings by local poets throughout the day/night. There will also be a host of vendors selling food, freshly-picked produce, art, crafts and more!
1:00- Open mic featuring Mark Walsh, Sean Hendley and more!
2:00 PM – Elephant Shoe
2:45 PM – Cakewalkers
4:00 PM – Tate Moore and the Cosmic Door
5:15 PM – Shannon McNally
6:30-8:00 PM – Silas Read & Da Books/Zephyr Ellis
8:00 PM Until – Drum Circle Bonfire Jam
Shuttles are provided from town by Rebel Ride – with pick-ups and drop-offs at the old WalMart parking lot and the Conference Center at 3, 5, 7 and 9 PM. Or pack a cooler, a blanket and your friends/family into the car to drive out yourself. See bottom of post for directions …
Did we mention that this is all FREE!? On-site camping is available and Patawpha Fest is both kid and pet friendly – though dogs should be kept on a leash and children in eyes reach.
If you haven’t signed up for your 2011 CSA share, you can do so at Patawpha Fest and get a free festival t-shirt!
It’s going to be a great GREEN WEEK so get out and make the most of these amazing events the City of Oxford and the UM Office of Sustainability have planned for you starting today with workshops at the Conference Center, a Green Home Tour and PATAWPHA FEST 2011!
Hope to see you all today at the farm!
Directions to Yokna Bottoms Farm, 26 County Road 471.
From Oxford: ~ 10 min
- Take MS-7 S for 6.2 miles
- Turn left onto CR-420 (just before MS-7 and MS-9 split) – no street sign but look for farm sign
- Turn left onto Bell River Rd (CR-471) at T – another farm sign
- Continue onto CR-471 to 26 County Road 471 on left-hand side