Earth Day LA 2009 – Where to go for Earth Day in Los Angeles this year?

2 Apr

Believe or not, we started researching our Earth Day plans over two months ago. Los Angeles is host to literally dozens of great Earth Day events every year. There are a wide assortment of events, quite a few that concentrated on an Earthly topic, some that sound great for kids, and even some California Green Designs plans to attend, we hope to see you there.

April 4th

Earth Day Celebration in Calabasas next to Las Virgenes Creek. The celebration will feature exhibits, entertainment, learning booths, informational speakers and activities that focus on the environment.

April 18th – 19th

Santa Clarita’s Earth Day Festival & 20th Annual Arbor Day Celebration on April 18th, the event is organized by zones, including an Energy Zone, an Eco Zone, Community Zone, Green Car Zone, Children’s Zone and a Water Conservation Zone. CAGD will be there in the Energy Zone.

Topanga Earth Day will be in Topanga on April 18th and 19th, although we wont have a booth at the event, a few CAGDers will be there, enjoying the festivites. Feature at this event is lots of music on three different stages, lots of artists exhibiting their work, organic food, and a kid’s area.

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium celebrates Earth Day on April 18th by caring for our Earth. The day begins with a beach cleanup. Then it’s over the CMA for an hands-on inquiry and exploration. Local environmental groups, community resources and agencies will distribute helpful information and materials.

Earth Day Expo at the Los Angeles Zoo Enjoy a fun family weekend, April 18th and 19th with K-EARTH 101 featuring music, exhibits about recycling, shirt tie dying, arts & crafts, entertainment and more.

Lookin’ Green Magazine’s 2009 Green Valley Expo on April 18th, with the theme “Our actions today impact our options tomorrow”.. A stroll down “Green Street” in the exhibition hall gives attendees a peek at the latest gadgets, products and services for energy-efficiency and environmentally-friendly options.CAGD plans to exhibit there.

Green Apple in LA again this year with a slightly different take, they are organizing opportunities to volunteer and help the Earth, in order to say thank you to those who give their time, they are giving a free concert on April 19th at the Roxy in West Hollywood.

LACSD’s Earth Day 2009 on April 18th in Whitter, features lots of Family Fun with eco-magic and puppet show, green exhibitors, Earth-friendly arts and crafts, West African Drumming, train rides and environmental workshops.

2009 SouthLA EarthFest at Leimert Park Village on April 18th 2009. Events begin at 10am till 5pm. Demonstrations on eco-homes, gardening, green cars, healthy cooking shows, eco lectures, screen of the movie Fuel and much more. Plus many exciting youth activities and fun for the entire family.

April 25th

City of Thousand Oaks Arbour / Earth Day 2009 Which features Free Environmental Fun For the Whole Family. More than 100 vendors and exhibitors, animal shows, children’s hands-on activities, Marine Tidepool, entertainment, alternative fuel vehicles and tree and plant giveaway & more. CAGD will be there.

Greening the Earth & Family Arts Festival in Pasadena held at the Armory and across the street in Memorial Park features music, performers, art workshops plus booths on how to live greener, including CAGD’s booth.

May

WorldFest 2009 Earth Day Festival in Encino, a stone’s throw from our office, we plan on being there, but its not til May so more detaiils will come later.

Events with a  CAGD plans to attend.

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  1. Earth Day in LA 2009: Part 2 « California Green Designs - Local Solar Installers in LA - April 22, 2009

    […] April 21, 2009 in Expos | Tags: Earth Day, Earth Day 2009, Earth Day Events, Earth Day Los Angeles, earth la, los angeles earth day | by californiagreen Part 2 covers events only on Earth Day, to see what’s happening this weekend for Earth Day Please See Part 1. […]

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