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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 18, 2015
12:00PM - 04:00PM
Santa Rosa Earth Day Festival 2015
Join Santa Rosa on Saturday April 18th, 2015 for our 6th Annual Earth Day Festival Downtown in Courthouse Square from 12pm-4pm.
Sonoma,
Downtown Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa
Event Description
Join Santa Rosa on Saturday April 18th, 2015 for our 6th Annual Earth Day Festival Downtown in Courthouse Square from 12pm-4pm. This fun, FREE, and family-friendly Earth Day Festival is a great way to inspire awareness and build community through environmental protection.
 
Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy great food, live entertainment, local and earth friendly products, environmental organizations, and eco-friendly crafts and activities for kids including environmentally friendly character balloons and face painting.
 
Get involved by learning about solutions to address drought, climate change, and other environmental concerns in our community - because it is ours to protect.
 
This event is attended by over 2000 citizens. There are many types of vendors from food, garden and nursery, environmental, health, solar, art and health. We have a large section which includes hands-on kids’ activities and games. We provide media coverage in the following publications: Press Democrat, Bohemian, Sonoma Family Life, Wine Country Radio KRUSH will also be broadcasting at the event, KJZY, utility bill inserts to over 44,000 customers, KBBF, and Sonoma County Gazette.
 
For more information on the event and to view our sponsors and sponsorship levels, please visit our website @ srcity.org/earthday                                                                      
 
 
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Jann Trumbly     Email: jtrumbly@srcity.org
Phone: 707-543-3936

 

 

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