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September 25th, 2008

(((FolkYeah!))) & Indian Summer Music Present: (((Festival In The Forest))) Acoustic Cabin!

Those of you upset about tomorrows Festival in the Forest being sold out should still make the trek down to make it out its sister show TOMORROW!

Tickets are now on sale here:
http://www.myspace.com/benlomondindiansummer

(((folkYEAH!))) & Indian Summer Music Present

(((The Festival In the Forest))) Acoustic Cabin
Saturday, September 27th
At The Big Sur Grange Hall

Featuring Solo Acoustic Performances From:
6:40 Matt Bauer
5:50 Garrett Pierce
5:00 Joseph Childress
4:20 Paper Leaves
3:40 Jeffrey Manson
3:00 Enoch Emery

PLUS A RARE SOLO PERFORMANCE FROM A SPECIAL GUEST TBA!!!

150 Sliding Scale ($10 Suggested Donation) Tickets Available on the
Indian Summer Music Page

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE BIG SUR VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE

Big Sur Grange Hall
(no address available)
Right turn at south end of Juan Higuerra Creek Bridge
Big Sur, CA

http://maps.google.com/maps?client=safari&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF-8&q=big+sur+grange&view=text&hl=en&latlng=36069580,-121598553,6269725050022254153&ei=naTYSNPuBI3UjQPjiLWdCg&sig2=VGPAiXbH-KZ8MjMkALwX5g&cd=1

Directions from the south (LA)
From Hwy 1 North drive the 60 windy miles of glorious coast line until
you see Nepenthe on your left. The grange hall is about 4 miles north
of Nepenthe at mile marker 48 at Juan Higara Creek, make a left hand
turn down the drive way just BEFORE crossing Juan Higara creek.

Directions from the north (SF)
From Hwy 1 south the Grange is about 26 miles from Rio Road (the last
stop light of civilization in Carmel). The first business on the
mountain side of the highway you will come across is Ripplewood and
Glenn Oaks Motel, there is also a Chevron station there. The Grange is
immediately south of the businesses across Juan Higara Creek at mile
marker 48. Turn right down the driveway.

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