What's On in The Happy City Zone at the Harbour Festival
“There's no thrill in easy sailing when the skies are clear and blue, there's no joy in merely doing things which any one can do. But there is some satisfaction that is mighty sweet to take, when you reach a destination that you never thought you'd make” - unknown
We've done it! Thanks to hundreds of generous-hearted Bristolians, we've got an amazing line up of creative activities, music, fun and inspiration for this weekend's Harbour Festival. Here's what you'll find:
The 'Play' area includes Artrageous, the Creation Station, Loose Play, face painting and Streets Alive. There's a garden, for relaxation and massage, learning about couchsurfing, growing food, cooking demos, pedal powered innovations and more...
Amongst the many Community Inspirations, you'll find A Manifesto for Bristol; Speakers Corner; Hydrogeneis; MakeYourHomeEco; ResourceFutures; City of Sanctuary; Bristol Energy Cooperative; Sunlight Future; The WaveGarden, Happy City and more.
Illustrators will delight you with their See Bristol Happy installation, accompanied by the Bike Tattoo Parlour and pedal powered art.
Then there's the workshops:
Saturday Workshops: Sunday Workshops:
11:45 Bristol's Food Growing Secret 11:30 Family Yoga
12:10 Gift Circle 12:10 Gift Circle
13:15 Patchwork for your sanity 13:15 Patchwork for your Sanity
13:45 Eating for Health & Happiness 13:45 Eating for Health & Happiness
14:10 Positive Psychology Q&A 14:45 Raw Food
14:45 Raw Food 15:15 Family Yoga
15:45 The diet of a worm 15:45 The diet of a worm
16:00 Gift Circle 16:00 Gift Circle
16:45 Laughter Workshop
And under the solar powered geopdome, you'll find THE MUSIC! Here's the line up, which begins at 11am on both days:
Rivermouth; Emily Teague; The Gas Men; Andy Nowak; Thornbridge; The Next Generation; Circus of Invention; Syfra Movement; Tatterdemalion; Swing Dance Class; Quirkish Delights; Troy Ellis & the Hail Jamaica Band; The Rumbe-O's
Refugee Rights Classical Trio; Harbourside Wind Quintet; Velvet Chestnuts; Makala Cheung; The Woodlice; Micro Ceilidh; Love Dance; Lady Cake; One Shot + I am entertainment; African Sambistas;