The Spring Creek Project welcomes Libby Roderick for a free concert at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis on Friday, March 17 from 7 to 9 p.m. The concert serves as a celebration of the community’s work towards environmental and social justice.
Libby Roderick is a singer and songwriter, poet and activist, renowned both on Earth and in space. She hails from Alaska, but her work has been translated into many languages and sent to other planets. Even NASA played her song “Dig Down Deep” to encourage the Mars robot, “Spirit.” Roderick’s activism is dedicated to ecology and the environment; she has fought for wildlife preservation, indigenous rights, and higher education, often through socially conscious folk songs and writings.
She will be joined by Corvallis local Cassandra Robertson, an acoustically conscious folk singer whose music is known for its positive and inspiring vibes. The pair’s music will speak to the importance of social justice, unity, and the power of community. The Spring Creek Project welcomes everyone to this free event.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is located at 2945 Circle Boulevard in Corvallis. For more information, visit http://calendar.oregonstate.
By Regina Pieracci