a FuNkY aRt FeSt!!! 2/3/2012

31 01 2012

Hey all… as you may or may not know we have been invited to share in a great time at the Funky Art Fest in collaboration with To Entertain U, LLC.  It is going to be an awesome night of art, music and fun. Come out and check out the great local artists and our booth. We will be doing LED Water Purification demos as well as have a henna artist on hand to help you become part of the art. Its gonna be a great night so come out and visit us.

Where: Knitting Factory Boise

When: Friday 2/3/2012  @ 7pm

Who: Everyone 18 +

What: Funky Art Fest

We also have a new membership program we will be debuting after our website upgrade…. stay tuned!!!!


Gearing up for a Great Time!

14 10 2011

Tomorrow is a big day for Growing Change Inc…

Do you have your Agua Palooza tickets yet?

We can’t wait to see you down at the Knitting Factory in Boise tomorrow night.

Agua Palooza will be a night of rockin’ bands, raffles, silent auctions, a VIP massage and reading room,  and many many more fun surprises.

So come out and support a great cause –you know you want to! 🙂

A huge thank you goes out to The Knitting Factory for sponsoring this event.

Rockin’ The Waves

10 10 2011

On October 15th, we will be rockin’ out for a great cause!


As in a night filled with tons of local talent ready to rock your socks off!


A huge thank you to our bands!

Actual Depiction


Danger Beard


Jupiter Holiday


Neo Tundra Cowboy


Pat McDonald and The Tropical Cowboys


Our event will also have a Silent Auction featuring Local Artists, Great Raffle and Spinner Prizes too.

Come down and get a massage or your tarot read in our Mystic Vip Section.

See you on Saturday October 15th at The Knitting Factory in Boise,  for a benefit concert that is sure to benefit more than just a good time.


And don’t forget to follow us on facebook to keep up to date with all the great things Growing Change has going on.

Hyde Park, Raffles and Fundraising

2 10 2011

Hyde Park Street Fair

The end of summer always brings about the feeling that you never want it to end. You want to enjoy that one last late sunsets (10pm in Boise), one more float down the river or another camping trip before the snow. Hyde Park is one of those ways of sending off the summer in a festive, fun, community oriented way. I have been going to Hyde Park Street Fair since I was a kid, when it was held in the historic Hydepark in north downtown  Boise. We would get some good street food and watch the belly dancers in the middle of 13th street. A few things have change since then, one of those being the location. Although still referred to as Hyde Park Street Fair, this joyous event takes place streets away in the much larger Camelsback park. The festival at one time would get hundreds of visitors over the three day affair, now gets over 50,000.

(Picture thanks of Blog Your Apples Are My Oranges )

Amongst the beer tents, music stages, hippie kids, drums, and food stands lies the culture of Boise. People selling their artifacts, curios  and promoting their services. This was the perfect place for us to get out our message. We want to bring more awareness about our Mission and Goals to the community. We were also collecting money and donations for our up coming concert. As you followers know, Growing Change is having their benefit concert:

 Agua Palooza  It will be at The Knitting Factory,  in Boise, ID.   –    Oct 15 2011.  6pm – 11:30pm. There will be spinner prizes, raffles, silent auction and a Mystic VIP Section complete with massages, tarot readers and psychics. Its going to be a great time and is all ages, so come on out! There will be 5 bands and a guaranteed good time.

So far we have raised several hundred dollars for this great event. Below are some pictures of our fundraising/awareness building efforts at Hydepark.

We had a good time too. This is Caroline our Fundraising Coordinator.

Me and the puppies…

Caroline and Kris..hes holding an awesome Bruno Jasper that was donated.  Be ready to bid on it at our event.

Non Profit is all about the fun as well as passion ! Go team!

On day two of the festival our board president Lotus, vice president Chuck and I headed down to market our organization. Shes dressed here appropriately for the event as a rockstar fairy goddess.

Board Vice president Chuck (seen here holding a donated item). Looks like a waterfall to me, but I have a one track mind.

Here is a picture of some money we have already raised and some of the auction items we have received thus far.

We also have had donations from local artists, local made jewelery, 2 Adirondack Chairs with foot stools, various gift baskets and more! So come on down and watch some good bands, have a drink and buy some super sweet items.