GreenFest! Sunday, July 15th at Coit Road Farmer's Market
GreenFest! Painted Rain Barrel & Bee Keeping Festival Workshops
Sunday July 15, 11am-4pm - Coit Road Farmer’s Market
15000 Woodworth Rd, East Cleveland, Ohio 44112
Free General Admission and Parking: Painting workshop fee listed below:
Spend a whole day sharing healthy food, learning how to keep bees, raise chickens, sheep, bunnies, paint rain barrels & how to keep your garden THRIVING.
* Beekeeping Workshop by Ann Cicarella, Founder and CEO at Cleveland Pollinator and Native Plant Symposium.
* Collinwood Painted Rain Barrel director, Linda Zolten Wood will guide participants in sanding, priming, designing & painting their rain barrels: – Workshop size limit 10, 1st come, 1st served - register at firstname.lastname@example.org (Bring your barrel & a plastic tarp - $25 donation and potluck dish to share – scholarships are available for volunteers).
Fresh recipes to taste & meals to purchase:
* Personal Chef Lisa Pucci DelGado - A regular on The Food Network
* Kevin Scheuring - The SpiceHound will teach how to use spices!
* Blue Pike Farm - Talk on Mushroom Growing (kits available for sale).
* Painted Rain Barrel Installation Demo for the Market Vendor’s future use.
* Karen Papaleo Shumakers’ Bunnies: Pat them and purchase them!
* Susan Gaydos’ Acupressure - Traditional Thai/Ashiatsu will be offering $1 a minute massages with ALL proceeds going to Coit Market’s Manager Fund!
*Zack from Two One Fix Bicycle offering bike tune-ups for a low rate from 2-4pm, with a possible raffle item - proceeds to Coit’s Manager Fund and free tune-up instruction!
* Local Urban Farmers & Bakers booths will be open for business.
* Live Music will help us dance through the day, Including Doug Wood, of Cellocentric and Ryann Anderson of Martini Five-O.
* Sustainable Artists’ work for sale including Pottery, Plush Ornaments, Wearables & Jewelry.
We need each other now, more than ever, to be eating and playing green & building community together in a clean, safe environment recipes in a celebration of Sustainability!
This Festival is partially grant funded, through local donations to ioby with matching funds by Cleveland Climate Action Fund. A portion of this grant will be donated to Coit Road Farmer’s Market for repairs. Tax-Deductible Donations are still being accepted! Thank you and see you there!
Linda Zolten Wood earned her BFA from Cleveland Institute of Art in 1987 and began her career as a theater set painter at Cain Park and Prop artist at The Cleveland Play House. After watching her work destroyed in post-production, she decided to create large-scale murals for private and public spaces, intended to remain intact a bit longer. Her Upcycled Arts Workshops are influenced by 1988 travels in India, which holds a national ethic of 'no waste', in which practically everything is repaired or re-used in some way: Conservation is a way of life. The Collinwood Painted Rain Barrel Project and Zolten Wood Design received Neighborhood Connections grants (The Cleveland Foundation) to serve Rose Center of Living Well senior citizens and nearby Salvation Army children for Arts & Health programming. She was honored to receive Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's ‘Sustainable Hero Champion’ Award at the 2014 Sustainability Summit, and has been supported by Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District to raise awareness of water conservation for residents in Greater Cleveland. Her project was also selected as Editor's Choice for ‘Best of Cleveland’ by Cleveland Magazine, 2016. Her philosophy "Art For All" offers creativity to anyone who wants to try, regardless of economics or education: she has experienced the healing of the arts in all areas of life.