We're thrilled to be reunited with Justin Amaral (percussion) and Marc Lacuesta (production and bass) two of the musicians who played on our upcoming EP at a house concert at Fatherland Records in Nashville. We are going to be joined for the first time by Tim Franklin (guitar) and a second set by Nashville favorite, Charles Butler. Admission is $5 at the door.
Built in the 1890s, Bread Bar originally housed a grain and feed shop but spent most of the last century serving as a bakery, with the word “Bread” printed in large lettering on the side of the storefront. For the past four years, Bread Bar has been bringing quality cocktails and live music to the 170-person former mining town. Rubyfruit is honored to play our acoustic set at this place on a cozy Saturday night in December.
We've been told that the Lion's Lair Lounge is a rite of passage for musicians entering into the Denver music community. So, we're getting acquainted with our new home by playing a set on the night of October 23rd 9-11 alongside Hillary Susz and Ryan Hutchens. Check out the details on the Facebook Event!
Sparrow and Jennifer Rissman of Sunnyside Farm are parents of three children and farmers of this Certified Organic, urban, family-run farm. They cultivate honeybees, laying/meat hens, a fruit orchard and heirlooom veggies. They are committed to making a positive difference in Detroit, the city they love.
Feeling charged up between LEAF and KINNECTION and not sure what to do with your Wednesday night??
Come one come all to an evening of fantastic musical jamming with a drum circle base. This will surely be a classic night at the galactic sanctuary. All attendees are encouraged to participate by bringing a drum, a musical instrument, or picking up any instrument you find around the house. The goal is to keep the jams going until sunrise.
A few real special musical guests currently in residence at the galactic sanctuary (Rubyfruit and Cody Meyocks from St. Cinder) will kick things off with some soulful and saloon inspired performance, and then we'll just be jamming all night.
Folks are encouraged to bring a dish or beverage to share, squish if they want to be comfy late into the night, and we'll be serving our own bamboo shoots and pea blossoms and maybe making some fancy mocktails and cocktails with all that mint we have growing. And of course, goat milk on tap.
Chickens & Goats
While this event starts officially at 6 PM, feel free to show up any time from 2:00 on.
Galactic Farm is an experiment in food sustainability. Farmer Graham Langdon is interested in the question of what it takes to grow all the food a household needs. He and his family grow 675 feet of all organic Cucumber, Squash, Tomatoes, Amaranth, Quinoa, Basil, Pumpkins, Corn, Beans, Peas, Broccoli, Kale, Beets and Carrots. They also raise goats and chickens.
Capstone is a small non profit that has taken 26 previously blighted or vacant lots in the Lower Ninth Ward and developed them into productive gardens and orchards. Located in part of a food desert, Capstone grows and provides food at no cost to those who need it. We also assist others in start their own gardens or allow others to garden on our lots as we have space available.
Capstone has one young fruit and citrus orchard with 30 trees plus another 30 fruit and citrus on other sites throughout the Lower 9th Ward. Honeybees are raised for increased plant and tree pollination as well as honey. The honey harvested from these bees helps pay for the food we give away. Capstone also collects swarms and rescues bees from buildings and houses.
Culture Fuck is a monthly performance event. February's cabaret, "This is What Queer Love Looks Like" is presented by Jezebel Delilah X in partnership with Our Space: Where it is safe to be yourself and Lavender Youth Recreation & Information Center (LYRIC), this event will showcase over 15 local artists.