Barebottoms at Mariposa Folk Festival

Posted July 3, 2014 | by Sue Kenney | in Barefoot | no responses

July 4,5 & 6 in Orillia, Ontario

The Grande Dame of Folk Festivals in Canada.

An incredible lineup.

This year’s artistic line-up is anchored by women of influence both culturally and musically, including Ani DiFranco, Rosanne Cash and Hydra (featuring AroarA, Feist, Snowblink). Come for the weekend or for a day Barebottom Shoes will be displayed and offered for sale at the Artisans Village all weekend. Come and try a pair on and see how comfy they are. Do you want to bare your sole and reconnect with earth? Designed and made in Canada by Sue Kenney, author of the best-selling book My Camino.

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Here's Beth McKean dancing at the festival last year wearing her Barebottoms! She'll be on mainstage Friday night before Ani DiFranco.

We have Barebottoms Amphibious (vegan-friendly neoprene) handmade in adult sizes and for the first time ever, we have children's sizes too. One 6 year old boy called them his Ninja Shoes! And Barebottoms Original, made of sued in a variety of colours. Special show pricing too! Saturday July 4 at 12-12:45pm at the Interactive Stage Sue Kenney will be sharing more about Barefoot Healing and why you should bare your soles to the great Mother Earth. No registration required. Everyone is welcome. It's Soul Simple. P1140644_BarebottomShoes_Hi_Black-on-Red

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