by Jim Daniels
All day, market area
Jim Daniels will demonstrate how solar panels hooked to a fan and light generate electricity. Also present might be a small pedal device so people can generate some electricity of their own. Jim is a lifelong resident of Evansville, retired from Recycling Coordinator Vanderburgh County Solid Waste District, Past involvement with Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve, Izaak Walton League, and Sustainable Evansville. He is currently a consultant for Morton Solar and Electric.
Carpenter Owl Tiny House "Concert Car"
The Concert Car tiny house is a 20-seat venue mobile living room venue. It is set up to live stream and film small shows. In the future Carpenter Owl would like to add 4 more seats and sleeping space so that 6 musicians can travel together. The company hopes to arrange bigger tours in the future and are actively looking for collaborators. Also possibly making an appearance at the Folk Fest may be The Broomsticks Bakery--a vegan bakery fully licensed for use in Monroe County. For more info, visit