‘Little Owl Festival’ for Chattanooga Audubon Society

Reporting: Monessa Guilfoil

Saturday, March 31st, 2012 Chattanooga Audubon Society invites you to attend the inaugural ‘Little Owl Festival‘.    There will be two stages set up with musicians and spoken word artists slated to perform.   Save Our American Raptors will fly birds of prey over the fields at Audubon Acres that Saturday afternoon.

Here’s the schedule of performances:

1:00-2:00 p.m. Raptors arrive and set up
2:00-2:45 p.m. Birds of Prey Raptor show by SOAR
1-2p Dance demonstration from “Emerald Hips Belly Dance Instruction” teacher Suzanne
Rambo. She will also do hooping.
1-2p Chattanooga Kirtan Band in the field including the following instruments: Native
American flute, Vocal, Sitar, Harmonium, Tabla and Jymbe drums,and other percussion.
Orchard Stage
NOON Opening song by Gilbert Sewell & welcome by Bill Fisher
12:10 Bob Carty, Announcements/giveaways
1:00 Hara Paper
1:30 Frank Eaton
1:40 Announce the Birds of Prey Show
2:00 Birds of Prey Show
2:30 Uncle Lightning
3:00 Jack Pine Savages String Band w/ Gilbert Sewell/poster
contest winner announced
3:30 Troy Underwood
4:00 Jerre Haskew
5:00-6:00 Dalton Roberts

Porch (Spoken Word) Stage
Ray Zimmerman – MC
12:00 Robin Burk
12:30 Jim Pfitzer
1:00 Grant Fetters
1:30 Michael Gray
2:00 Break for Birds of Prey Show
3:00 Finn Bille
3:15 Chrystina Jensen
3:30Marcus Patrick Ellsworth
4:00 Janie Dempsey Watts
4:20 Dr. Susan Hickman
4:40 Ray Zimmerman
5:00 Ginnie Strickland Sams
5:30 Peggy Douglas

Listen to story with spoken word artists Ray Zimmerman, Finn Bille and Peggy Douglas:


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