See Free Performances In Local Community Gardens This June

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Local Produce in the Garden via Greenspace at President Street on FB
Spoke the Hub’s free outdoor series Local Produce in the Gardens returns for the season this week with several family-friendly events in three of Park Slope’s community gardens.

On every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 5-6pm, stop by to enjoy informal, grassroots performances, workshops, and participatory art events with local performers, teaching artists, and yoga practitioners. Here’s the complete lineup (which is subject to change):

Wednesday, June 11
Garden of Union, 4th Avenue & Union Street
The Spirit of Sandpainting: Learn the art of sandpainting with Ingrid Alvarez.

Thursday, June 12
The Old Stone House, 3rd Street between 4th & 5th Avenues
City Stomp Family Concert: Rock ‘n’ roll for youngsters of every age!

Tuesday, June 17
GreenSpace @ President Street, 5th Avenue & President Street
New Dance & Music Performance with: Tamara LaDonna Moving Spirit, Inc; and The Little Streams (dance & music).

Wednesday, June 18
Garden of Union, 4th Avenue & Union Street
Sarah Danhke’s Garden Soul Clap: Come bust a few moves and jump into line with Sarah’s latest dance groove!

Thursday, June 19
The Old Stone House, 3rd Street between 4th & 5th Avenues
Grace Drums is a versatile, all-women percussion and vocal ensemble with the singular mission of making joy contagious.

Tuesday, June 24
GreenSpace @ President Street, 5th Avenue & President Street
New Dance and Art Work-In-Progress with: Nathalie Matychak & Dancers, with Alisa Nadolishny; and “This Page Left Intentionally Blank.”

Wednesday, June 25
Garden of Union, 4th Avenue & Union Street
Tiny Slavic Soul Party: Members of Slavic Soul Party! gather for a Balkan dance party in the garden.

Thursday, June 26
The Old Stone House, 3rd Street between 4th & 5th Avenues
Gowanus Reggae & Ska Society is made up of Brooklyn area musicians who enjoy the improvisational spontaneity of jazz and the profound depth of Jamaican reggae.

Photo via GreenSpace @ President Street

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