Fruit routes AUTUMN – here’s the full programme….See you at one or more of the events…
Sunday 7 October visit Fruit Routes at Freshers Fair
Monday 8 October 12.00 & 16.00
Tuesday 9 October 12.00
Meet in front of Student Union (look for the Fruit Route bike trailer) Abundance ! Introduction to harvesting on campus, take home some fruit for free and find out about more about LAGS & Fruit Routes. Come to the Shed afterwards for refreshments. Text 0784 9073394 if you are trying to find us on campus. Bring your bike if you have one.
Friday 26 October 13.00-14.00 Walk the Fruit Route and experience it in different ways with local ecologist Ed Darby, Paul Conneally, local artist and poet & Fruit Routes artist Anne-Marie Culhane. Part 1 of the Back to Back series*.Meet @ The Shed/LAGs Garden, Car Park 5
from 15.30 Fruit Pressing. Later refreshments and hot soup will be served. Take home some freshly pressed juice (or learn how to make it into cider) In collaboration with LAGS and Transition Loughborough @ the LAGs Garden
Saturday 27 October 13.00 -14.00 Walk the Fruit Route and experience it in different ways with guest artists/academics tbc. and Fruit Routes artist Anne-Marie Culhane. Part 2 of the Fruit Routes Back to Back series*
14.00 – Fruit Pressing in collaboration with LAGS and Transition Loughborough. Learn how to make your own delicious juice and take it home @ the LAGs Garden
16.00 – Ways of the Weird Morris Dance Band – Free Demo. and Workshop from local Morris group of musicians and dancers. Find out why Morris is seeing a 21st century revival and its connections to growing and the seasons.
17.00 – Bonfire, BBQ and Live Music. Bring along something seasonal to exchange
*Back to Back series – a series of talks, walks and happenings along the route that link together and show radically different ways of reading and experiencing the Fruit Route. Back to Back implies a different outlook and a shared spine. Each event/talk links with and shifts away from the one before, an unfolding linked living poem using the Fruit Routes as its source.