LUNGS 8th Annual Harvest Arts Festival SCHEDULE—Saturday, September 14

All People’s Garden293 E3rd St (Aves C & D)

4pm • The Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre Czech and Slovak Tales with Strings Vít Hořejš and over a dozen 200-year-old marionettes.

Campos Garden 640 E 12th St (Aves B & C)

2–5pm • East Village Wellness Circle. A give and or receive gathering focused on regenerative living andwhat makes us well.

Children’s Garden 194 Ave B (12th St)

12:30–2:30 • Bokashi composting workshop with E. Shig Matsukawa This workshop will focus on trenching/burying technique of bokashi fermented food waste. We will also make the microbial spray version for fermenting food waste.

Children’s Magical Garden 129 Stanton St (Norfolk St)

1:30PM–5PM • Arts for Art presents In Gardens Programs of free jazz, poetry, dance, justice.

1:30pm • Rob Brown / Juan Pablo Carletti Duo,Rob Brown—alto sax, Juan Pablo Carletti—drums.

2:30pm • Poetry Tributes to Steve Cannon, Luciann Berrios—poetry, Janice Lowe—poetry.

3:30pm Val Jeanty / Patricia Nicholson, Val Jeanty—percussion, Patricia Nicholson—dance.

4:30pm Wimberly, Ricks &Roland Trio, Michael Wimberly—drums, Waldron Ricks—trumpet, Larry Roland—bass.

Creative Little Garden 530 E 6th St (Aves A & B)

3:30–5:30pm • The East Village Poetry Salon. An afternoon of poetry and creative community.

Clinton St Garden 171 Stanton St (at Clinton)

12 : 0 0 – 5 p m • Friendly Dominoes Tournament. Open to players of all ages, rating & strengths. Beverages, prizes, great fun!


12–8pm • Eclectic music hosted by Elizabeth Rufand Karl Bateman

12pm • OpEd Original songs.

1pm • Brian Defiance of the Bloody Muffs. Original punk.

2pm • Tompkins Park Rumberos. Paz, Maximo Valdes, and friends.

3pm • The Head Peddlers. Karl Bateman and Elizabeth Ruf. Guitar and vocal duo.

4pm • Finn and His Rustkickers Original rock ‘n’ roll.

5pm • Spike Polite’s SeWagE Original punk rock.

6pm • Pupa Santiago Boricua Guitar Power

7pm • Jazz Bastards Aldo Perez, Jenny Lee Mitchell, and Glen Heroy.

8pm • Hootenanny Come one, come all!

Green Oasis370 E 8th St (Aves C & D)

4pm Amza & Ayla, Beatbox, 21 Century Kids

5pm • Opening Celebration of the 8th Annual LUNGS Harvest Arts Festival light refreshments and fun.

6pm • Michael Laderman Quartet with Guitarist/composer Jonathan Heagle, drummer Rishav Acharya and bassist Scott Fragala

7pm • Pete Margolis and friends Explore songwriting,vocal harmony and re-working of Americana classics from bluegrass to rock with Pete Margolis.

Le Petite Versailles 274 E 2nd St (Aves B & C)

7:30pm • Garrin Benfield Freestyle Acoustic Rock. His music is a blend of moody, guitar driven rock andpolyrhythmic groove all run through the filter of a veryserious Singer/Songwriter

M’Finda Kalunga 179 Chrystie St.( Rivington St.)

Noon • Children’s Events. Alisanne/Mary Clare

3–7pm • The Garden at the Edge of the Other Side of the World a soundscape installation by artist Gregory Lee Pickard. Behold: A “non-visual” work of art—consequentially equitable to the visually-impaired. From the edge of the other side of the world, wild Africa comes alive! Superimposed sounds of bird species, elephants, lions and monkeys of the African Congo abound within the garden site. This art event is more than mere amusement however, it’s a homage and commemorative to the African-American burial ground in which the garden takes it’s name.

Miracle Garden 94 E 3rd St (Aves A & B)

12–5pm • The Advisor Is in! Need to gain clarity and insights on your life? As a nod to Lucy van Pelt, Carolyn (who works as a Life Coach) will be doling out advice on any topic.


4pm • Los Fascinates old school salsa band…We’re dancing here!

6TH & B GARDEN 84 Ave B (6th St)

6:30pm • Vernas-Colas, Loomis & Shetler. Virtuoso guitarist Rudolph Vernas-Colas, singer-songwriter,Abe Loomis, and sultry vocalist Melissa Shetler weave together diverse strands of American music.