Y’all ready for some daytime programming? We are proud to announce our daytime programming schedule for Saturday March 14 – Sunday March 15, 2015.


Karma Yoga Mulberry St. Cantina 9:00am – 10:00am
Keep Denton Beautiful Garden Workday email volunteer@kdb.org for location details. 9:00am – 12:00pm
Shamrock Social Run Oak St. Draft House 11:00am
Cigar Box Guitar Workshop Patterson-Appleton Center for the Visual Arts 11:am – 3:00pm
Spiderweb Salon Mulberry St. Cantina 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Local Label Panel Sweetwater 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Karma Yoga Courthouse Lawn 2:00pm – 3:00pm
DIY Panel Sweetwater 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Legal Panel Sweetwater 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Karma Yoga Courthouse Lawn 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Shamrock Social Run – Oak St. Draft House – 11:00am
Denton Area Running Club is hosting their weekly social run with a bit of Irish cheer. Join us at Oak St. Draft House for the Shamrock Social Run.

Keep Denton Beautiful Garden Workday – various locations – 9:00am – 12:00pm
Did you know that we have 3 public gardens in Denton? If you have the time, we encourage you to come get your hands dirty! Email volunteer@kdb.org for more information. We will be working in one of the different garden locations doing regular gardening tasks such as cutting back plants, putting mulch down, and having fun! Supplies are provided.

Cigar Box Guitar Workshop -Patterson-Appleton Center for the Visual Arts – 11:00am – 3:00pm
Miller Guitarworks presents a Cigar Box Guitar Workshop! Cigar box guitars are American folk instruments with a unique history.  Born out of necessity by poor musicians who could not afford to buy guitars, they innovated and created instruments for found objects and made their songs heard.

Take part in this tradition and build your own cigar box guitar!  In this workshop each student will build his or her own one-of-a-kind instrument from a real cigar box kit custom-crafted by hand at the American Folk Instruments workshop in Denton, TX.  Students choose a kit, customize it and assemble it into a fully functional, ultra-cool 4-string guitar that is sure to turn heads and make great songs. Tickets are available at PreKindle.

Spiderweb Salon – Mulberry St. Cantina – 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Spiderweb Salon is both an art collective and monthly event based in Denton, TX that aims to inspire creatively and showcase the personal projects of local writers, musicians, and artists. Founded by the art duo {we bees} in June of 2012, Spiderweb Salon has hosted monthly workshops in Denton, growing a substantial following of creative minds. This special three-hour edition of Spiderweb Salon at Mulberry St. Cantina will follow the established format of a variety of performances conducted in short, exciting sets of music, poetry, prose, comedy, essays, skits, and visual art.

Local Label Panel – Sweetwater – 1:00pm – 2:00pm
In the digital age, these questions are often posed by musicians: are record labels still relevant? Would I be better off self releasing my work? Join us and several different labels from the heart of Denton as we discuss the role of the record label in today’s music industry, which relies heavily on the distribution of digital media.

Moderator: Jaime Paul Falcon, Writer (Playboy, Dallas Observer)

Francisco Leal, Executive Partner (Real Rad Records)
Callie Dee, Director of Operations (Gitmo Music)
James Jennings & Andrew O’hearn, (Do For It Records)
Charlie Hunter & Dallas Guill, Co-owners (I Love Math Records)

DIY Panel – Sweetwater – 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Throw your own damn fest! Several years ago, this was the battle cry of 35 Denton core staff. So we did.. And so have a bunch of others.

Come join us as we discuss how events and organizations are evolving and engage with several folks that possess the DIY mindset that makes Denton so awesome.

Moderator: Josh Berthume, Founder (Swash Labs)

Matt Battaglia, Founder (Oaktopia Music Festival)
Cade Bundrick, Founder (Gatsby’s Mansion)
Natasha Brito, Founder (Austere Magazine)
Ellen Levings, Chairperson (Denton Makers Collective)

Legal Panel – Sweetwater – 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Will Play for Tips: Legal Tips for Artists, Musicians, and Songwriters.

This introduction to legal issues in the arts will help you answer questions such as: Who owns the stuff I create? What if I work with others? Do I need a lawyer? How do I protect my brand? That’s “fair use,” right? Can’t we all just get along?

Join us for a discussion covering copyright law, trademark law, business structure, and other legal basics.

Participants in the panel include:
Megan Carpenter, Professor of Law and Director, Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP), Texas A&M University School of Law
Evan Stone, Stone & Vaughan, PLLC
Kevin Harrison, Kevin Harrison Law
Todd Little, Real Rad Records


Karma Yoga Mulberry St. Cantina 11am – 12:00pm
Cherry Bombs: NTX’s Queens of the Scene Oak St. Draft House 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Karma Yoga Courhouse Lawn 2:00pm – 3:00pm

Cherry Bombs: NTX’s Queens of the Scene – Oak St. Draft House- 2:00pm – 3:00pm.
Four powerhouses granted with the gifts of rock n’ roll join together to use their forces for good. Join the spectacle as they discuss the importance of the female archetype in music and explore the female perspective of the local music scene.

Moderator: Mark Schectman (DJ/Local Music Advocate)

Jessie Frye (lead singer, songwriter, and pianist in Jessie Frye Band)
Jaimeson Toon (lead vocalist of The Virgin Wolves)
Kaela Sinclair (vocalist, pianist, songwriter)
Amber Farris (lead singer of Somebody’s Darling)

Karma Yoga Denton – various locations
Friday – 7pm (Courthouse Lawn)
Saturday – 9am (Mulberry St. Cantina), 2pm, (Courthouse Lawn) and 6pm (Courthouse Lawn)
Sunday – 11am (Mulberry St. Cantina), 2pm (Courthouse Lawn)

Pop-up yoga classes hosted by Karma Yoga Denton. This is a donation based class with proceeds going to support the North Texas Derby Revolution.

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