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Tamarack Hollow Arbor Day Fest


April 28th, 2019.


1:00 PM to 3:00 PM




Heartsong Yoga Center 264 N. Main St East Longmeadow, MA 01028


Aimee Gelinas



Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center’s Arbor Day FEST Sunday April 28th 1-3pm at Heartsong Yoga 264 N. Main St East Longmeadow featuring Caribbean music w/ Trio Candela & Cuban dance w/ Miguel Periche with Daniel Cohen, Aimee Gelinas, Juan Basillio-Sanchez, Chris Hairston & “Zubie” on flute plus drumming w/ the Valley Rhythm Keepers, youth tree art exhibit & tree activities w/ Tamarack Hollow, Boreal forest slideshow w/ Director Aimee Gelinas M.Ed, Tree yoga demos w/ Heartsong yoga staff, Tamarack Hollow Trading Nature / Craft / Percussion Marketplace plus a silent auction, chili lunch, bake sale + White Pine tree tea tasting. This is a family friendly event - all ages welcome. White Pine tree sapling with $10+ donations (while supplies last). $10 - 20+ suggested donation (youth 12 & under FREE)

Purchase pre-sale tickets / make a donation via our website or donate at the door. Event proceeds go to support the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center, a tax-exempt non-profit educational organization conserving a rare, high elevation spruce-fir boreal forest, providing environmental & cultural programming for all ages & preparing to build a sustainable nature center in Windsor, MA.

Email: aimee@gaiaroots.com for info or to volunteer

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"Inspiring environmental & cultural awareness, appreciation & stewardship"



Thank you to our sponsors: Heartsong Yoga, Lenox Garden Club (tree saplings), Mass Cultural Council Festivals Grants, Pane Dolcetti, Rice’s Fruit Farm, Stop & Shop, Panera Bread, Hampden Senior Center, YMCA, 16 Acres Garden Center, Stacey Duquette Massage, Robert Charles Photography, Gaia Roots, Tamarack Hollow Trading, Starbucks Longmeadow, LUSO Federal Credit Union, Arunah Hill/Peter Scherff, Arbor Day Foundation