Sunday, April 21, 2013

Spoke The Hub Presents: The 20th Annual LOCAL PRODUCE FESTIVAL, June 1

Spoke The Hub Presents:
The 20th Annual
A Fun Filled Day of Creative Arts, Performance & Wellness
@ Old Stone House, Washington Park, Park Slope
June 1, 10am - 10pm

What: Local Produce Festival
When: June 1, 10AM - 10PM
Where: Old Stone House & Washington Park, 4th Street & 5th Avenue, Park Slope

Brooklyn, NY: Spoke The Hub presents the Local Produce Festival 2013 at Old Stone House & Washington Square Park on Saturday, June 1 and in the gardens on Sunday, June 2!   This homegrown, grassroots event is a virtual "Green Market" of dance, music, theater, games and holistic healing which concludes with a nighttime Tango Dance Party, there is something for everyone and for all ages, so come and join us for this celebration of creativity and community!

Highlights for the event include performances by Spoke The Hub, Freestyle Repertory Theater, Grace Drums, Brooklyn Music Factory, City Stomp Family Concert, Art Lillard' s Big Band, Kaina Quenga Polynesian Dance, Charles Moore Dance Theater and so much more! In addition to these fabulous performances, there will be information available on Physical Therapy, Massage and Pilates, all essential tools to keep the creative soul ticking.

About Spoke The Hub
Based in Brooklyn since 1979, Elise Long and Spoke the Hub Dancing have been hailed by the local press and public as "neighborhood treasures" and "cultural pioneers", creating the Living Room Performance Space on 9th Street (1980 – 84); the Gowanus Arts Exchange on Douglass Street (founded in 1985, relocated and renamed the Brooklyn Arts Exchange/BAX, now active as a separate organization); and the Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center on Union Street (1995- present).

About Old Stone House
The Old Stone House is a museum and cultural center that explores the American Revolution and colonial life, located in the center of Washington Park and JJ Byrne Playground.  Part of the Historic House Trust of New York City, our building has a great story -- a Robert Moses-WPA reconstruction of the dutch farmhouse originally built in 1699, the site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War, and the original home of the Brooklyn Dodgers.  We present arts and education programming year-round indoors, and outdoors in our beautiful gardens.


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