Carmichael’s Bookstore, Heine Brothers’ Coffee and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth invite citizens of Louisville Metro to celebrate activism and learn more about ending mountaintop removal.
When: 4 to 10 p.m. Friday April 17, 2009
Where: Longest Avenue at Bardstown Road in the Highlands. Longest will be closed from Bardstown Road to the alley behind Heine Brothers’.
Food & drink: By Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Bluegrass Brewing Company and Ramsi’s Café on the World
And more: Kentucky-born author Silas House, author of “Something’s Rising: Appalachians Fighting Mountaintop Removal,” will give the keynote talk at 7 p.m.
Live music will be provided throughout the festival, including performances by Thomas A Minor and the Picket Line, members of Arnett Hollow, Appalatin, Kate Larken, Say Darlin Say, and Cari Norris.
Gift certificates from local businesses will be raffled to support Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.
*That’s all from the press release