Forget your ‘first week of winter’ blues with a day of markets, food and free music at Indigi Day Out on Saturday 7 June.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Indigi Day Out was held annually as part of World Environment Day activities and celebrated the rich environmental and cultural values in the Redlands.
“This popular local event delivers important environmental messages through fun, family-friendly activities,” Cr Williams said.
“Held in conjunction with Folk Redlands Festival of Music, the popular event will offer environmental workshops, market stalls, kids’ activities, crafts, food and folk music, along with animal encounters and face painting.
“Indigi Day Out is a great day of entertainment for all ages with delicious food and market stalls open on the day, or people can also bring a picnic basket and blanket and enjoy the great location.”
Council’s environmental spokesperson Cr Paul Gleeson said this year’s Folk Redlands Festival boasts a fantastic musical line-up, including the high energy blue grass and rock band The Round Mountain Girls as its headline act.
“For those ready for some toe-tapping, there’ll also be a freebush dance in the evening with a bar and barbeque, all set in the spectacular surrounds of our award-winning Redland IndigiScapes Centre,” he said.
Entry to Indigi Day Out is free.
2014 Indigi Day Out & Folk Redlands Festival of Music
When: Saturday 7 June, during the day 10am – 4.30pm and after dark 5.30pm – 9pm
Where: Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, 17 Runnymede Rd, Capalaba
For more information, or a program of events, phone IndigiScapes on 3824 8611 or visit www.indigiscapes.com.au