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"Ode to the Globe"

Date:
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Time:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Event Type:
Class/Workshop
Organizer/Author:
Location Details:
College Eight
UCSC

An Environmental Awareness, Music, Art, & Community Festival in Honor of Earth Day

College Eight, CALPIRG, & SEC present

There will be fun, educational conservation workshops, demonstrations, and esteemed speakers, activities ranging from artsy to athletic, and a variety of bands playing live music. On top of that, you can get information from tons of participating organizations and even find out more about our community from local farmers, vendors, and artists. Best of all, admission is free! Go to:
http://eight.ucsc.edu/calendar/earth-day.html for more updates and to give us YOUR suggestions...

HEY EVERYONE!! SO far these bands are scheduled for Ode to the Globe:
-Audrye Sessions
-Push to Talk
-Buckeye Knoll
-Cloud Nine

*Ocean Robbins will also be speaking from YES!
For more info on Ocean, visit http://www.yesworld.org

*Rainbow Vogt will also be speaking; here is some info about her...
Sustainability Knowledge Network 2006
Rainbow Vogt and Adam Finney visited India as part of a Knowledge Exchange program developed by the UC California Student Sustainability Coalition. The aim of the program is to create a network of learning on between US and India to support development of a sustainable society. During our visit, we visited organizations and attended events on topics including Ghandian education, organic farming, renewable energy, and zero waste. We also connected with members of social movements working on land rights, water rights, and farmer suicides. Join us on Sunday as we explain the program, share our experiences, and engage the audience in a discussion about the project.
Adam Finney graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a BA and Rainbow Vogt recently graduated from University of California, Davis with a PhD in nutrition.

There will also be workshops on composting and bio-fuels, tables and info. from many different orgs, complimentary vegetarian lunch, raffle items with the money proceeding the Homelesss Garden Project, screen printing, tie-dying, planting & pot decorating, and button making. Plus, the bands and lots of fun!

Check out our myspace page to listen to these bands and for more info and we will add you!
http://www.myspace.com/odetotheglobe
Added to the calendar on Wed, Apr 18, 2007 7:31PM
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