Thanks to Lush (Garden City store) for donating a gift basket as a prize for this year’s Festival raffle.
Lush make a range of beauty products and pride themselves on making products that are effective, natural, minimal in packaging and free of animal testing. Lush also supports the campaign to Free West Papua. You can find out more information about Lush on their website.
Thanks heaps to AJ Wellness for donating book prize packs for our festival raffle.
AJ Wellness focus on creating wellness in mind, body and spirit. Ali from AJ Wellness offers massage, workshops and cooking classes, all aimed at helping individuals achieve a “state of complete wellness”. AJ Wellness also provide books on positive thinking, affirmations, healthy living and more.
Find out more about AJ Wellness through their website.
Singer/songwriter Alanna Eileen will be performing at the Cruelty Free Festival this year.
Having started performing at age sixteen with her Irish musician father, Alanna has branched out on her own and played a variety of venues around the country. She plans to release her debut EP in late 2012.
Alanna’s distinctive, haunting vocals and delicate guitar work highlight her folk-flavoured tunes. Don’t miss Alanna at the Festival!
Find out more about Alanna via her Facebook page and listen to some of her work at her SoundCloud page.
The Festival is very pleased to be able to present a special children’s workshop run by Vinny from Shanti Baby
Suitable for ages six and up, the “Illustrating Conscious Living Concepts” workshop is a light-hearted, entertaining and educational session which offers the opportunity for your child to reflect on what their values are, what’s important to them, and what this might mean for their future choices. Vinny’s fun, engaging teaching style will ensure children feel comfortable and respected at all times.
This workshop will be running from 1pm to 2pm in the Kid’s Area.
Check out the Shanti Baby website and Facebook page for more information about Shanti Baby.
One of the fantastic musicians at the Festival this year will be 19 year old singer songwriter Skye Vargas.
Skye is a strong believer in rights for human and non-human animals, and this passion comes through in her music. She frequently performs her folk stylings around Fremantle and has a regular spot at the Murdoch University Tavern on Friday afternoons. Skye’s music is sure to move you. Make sure you don’t miss her at this year’s Festival!