My name is Kim Small and I am the new Publicity Director for Wanderlust. (Pleased to e-meet you.) I’m delighted to tell you that the Wanderlust Squaw Valley Festival will return to California, July 17-20. Surrounded by the High Sierra peaks, attendees can do yoga with world-renowned instructors, take in live music, participate in inspiring lectures, venture in outdoor activities such as hiking, paddle-boarding, biking, and indulge in organic delicacies. This years impressive line-up of both local and national talent will bring together the conscious community in one life-changing celebration. A few things not to be missed:
MUSIC Jam out with conscious artists like Big Gigantic, RJD2, Nahko & Medicine for the People, Polyphonic Spree and the positive hip hop of MC Yogi.
NATURE - Outdoor enthusiasts of all ages will delight in the full range of adventurous activities, which offer spectacular views such as explorative hikes, adventure runs, and destination biking and even meditative rafting.
TALKS - Attendees will be inspired by the Speakeasy series, a lecture program featuring today’s most mindful and spiritual thought leaders: Gabrielle Bernstein, internationally recognized meditation teacher Sally Kempton and many more.
The Wanderlust Festival tour will continue beyond Squaw Valley with stops in Wanderlust Whistler taking place July 31-August 4 and Wanderlust Tremblant taking place August 21-24.
For a full list of activities, please visit: www.wanderlustfestival.com. If I can answer any questions, please ask.
JOSHUA FEST – LABOR DAY WEEKEND
As many of you know our March rate is still really affordable! Our $50 ticket includes access to see over 50 bands like Switchfoot, Family Force 5, Thousand Foot Krutch, Emery, Jars Of Clay, The City Harmonic, Project 86 and so many others. That’s literally less then $1 per band! And its even more affordable with the Group Rate! We are really proud of our affordable rates, and really hope that you’ll help us keep JoshuaFest as affordable as possible by sharing this with as many friends as possible. It really makes a HUGE difference when everyone takes ownership of something special and passes it on the friends and family! Thanks so much! See you this Labor Day Weekend at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy, California.
September 20, 2014
Churchill County Fairgrounds
ALL ARE WELCOME TO COME AND JOIN IN! SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE AND GET YOUR REDNECK ON!
Custom Car show
Fashion Show/Costume Contest
5-K Redneck Run-Costumed
Little Redneck King and
Rather than send out individual press releases, I wanted to send one note that lists all of the Pacific Fine Arts Festivals’ arts and crafts events taking place in August. Please let me know if I can provide more information, including participating artists, or photos.
HOMEWOOD: (August 8-10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day) The second of four events at this majestic location in Lake Tahoe, The Homewood Fine Arts and Crafts Festival will feature more than 50 artists showcasing an assortment of collectable arts and crafts in a variety of media including paintings, ceramics, jewelry, woodwork, photography and much more.
KINGS BEACH: (Saturday and Sunday, August 9-10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day) The Kings Beach Fine Arts and Crafts on the Shore makes its 19th annual appearance at beautiful Kings Beach State Park on the shore of North Lake Tahoe. The event features 40 artists displaying 2-D and sculptural works, fine crafts and jewelry in this scenic setting.
TAHOE CITY: (August 15-17 from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. each day) The Tahoe City Boatworks Mall is a fantastic host for the Tahoe City Boatworks Mall Arts & Crafts Festival. The 6th annual event takes place in Tahoe City right off Highway 28 (N. Lake Blvd.) on the lawn area beside the indoor Boatworks Mall, adjacent to Tahoe City Marina overlooking the lake.
HOMEWOOD: (August 22-24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day) The majestic background setting of Homewood Mountain Resort sets the stage for this first of two back-to-back weekend Fine Arts and Crafts Festivals at this popular destination. The Homewood Fine Arts and Crafts Festival brings together a terrific group of artists and craftspeople showcasing their wares during a spectacular time of year in Lake Tahoe.
HOMEWOOD: (August 29-31, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day) The final Homewood Fine Arts and Crafts Festival in August gives visitors once last chance to enjoy unique creations from a talented group of artists and craftspeople at this scenic location.