Thrive Austin will be an all-day event on November 11, 2011 dedicated to uplifting the people and city of Austin.
Thrive Austin will feature an amazing line-up of local performers including Rattletree marimba, Atash, The Djembabes, Minor Mishap Marching Band and more. There will also be lectures and workshops from leaders in the sustainability field. Over 50 local business and organizations will be sampling their goods and services.
Thrive Austin is a partnership between The Amala Foundation, The Sustainable Living Roadshow and Go Local Austin. Proceeds from the event will help support the youth programs of the Amala Foundation which benefit local, refugee and immigrant youth in Austin.
Friday November 11th
Pine St. Station
E 5th St. and Waller St.
Austin, TX 78762
$12 – $100
For More Information
Phone: (512) 476-8884
About Sustainable Living Road Show
The Sustainable Living Road Show is the largest biofuel powered caravan in the country! SLR has been a 100% volunteer organization for five years and are fueled by passion, renewable energy, and determination to change the world.
Since 2005, SLR has completed over 700,000 sustainable tour miles through the U.S., West Africa and Central America and has worked with over 200 events and produced over 20 events of our own.
The Sustainable Living Road Show features 9 attractions including a Solar Stage, a Conscious Carnival, an Eco-Info Zone, a Green Marketplace, an Awakened Art Garden and a tent devoted to Natural Health \& Healing. For more information, please visit http://www.sustainablelivingroadshow.org
About Go Local Austin
The benefits of shopping locally are irrefutable: it keeps our money in the local economy helping independent businesses compete against big national chains. It lessens our impact on the Earth’s environment, and it nurtures that curious and beautiful thing that makes our community soOURS.
Go Local’s mission is very simple: to simultaneously champion the businesses that make our community unique and reward the people that support them. For more information, please visit http://www.golocalaustin.com
About Amala Foundation
The Amala Foundation provides opportunities for personal growth through humanitarian service projects benefiting local, immigrant, refugee, and international youth. It is through our transformative and holistic approach to service that communities can unite and youth are inspired to lead with a heart-centered, global perspective.
The Amala Foundation also runs a conscious community center in the heart of Austin offering a full spectrum of programs ranging from transformative approaches to healing and consciousness to music, potlucks, art classes and special event.
The Amala Foundation also runs a small fair trade thrift boutique called Nectar. Come down and visit or click bellow for a schedule. For more information, please visit http://www.amalafoundation.org.