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Earth Day S.F.

Saturday, April 23, 2011
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Event Type:
douglas kolberg
Location Details:
civic center plaza

Come join us for the Largest Earth Day Event in the Bay Area!

Civic Center Plaza, Downtown San Francisco
April 23, 2011 • 10am to 6 pm

SAN FRANCISCO—New on the Earth Day scene this year is Earth Day SF, a free public event focused on helping our community take action steps toward creating eco-sustainable solutions to our local and global ecological challenges.

This robust new educational festival and multi-cultural entertainment event will keynote pressing environmental issues & promote solution oriented community action. Music, performance and well-known speakers & activists will grace our three stages, Earth Day Main Stage, Speaker's Stage and Earth Mama Stage. Exhibitions, hands on workshops and solution-based talks on eco-green topics are major components of the event in our Permaculture Zone, Alternative Energy Zone, Holistic Wellness Zone and Youth Zone.

Join leading members of the business and indigenous communities, artists and artisans, craftspeople, civic community leaders, local "eco-green" politicians, ceremonialists, workshop leaders, eco-green & youth activists and social justice non-profit organizations in a powerful full on day.

Meet in person, Native American Chaske Spencer, actor in the film The Twilight Saga bringing his own cause to Earth Day San Francisco.

Founders of Earth Day SF are Green Zone Productions and One World One Voice Executive Producer and Fiscal Sponsor is Empowerment Works. Co-producing the event in cooperation with are: The National Organization for Women, Living Mandala, Solar Living Institute, Raw Bay Area, Visionary Culture, Sustainable Living Roadshow, and with the support of Earth Day Network,, Harmony Festival, Global Exchange, Earth Island Institute,, Green Kids, Teens Turning Green, Grind for the Green / Green For All and more.

Bands include Barry the Fish Milton, Sila, Ashel Eldridge, Scott Huckabay, Non Stop Bhangra, afro lisious and many more

The public will experience interactive learning and art projects, green jobs info, organic food offerings including a Sustainable Feast Raw Food Chef Demo, organic beer and wine tasting, green film festival, cutting edge eco fashion shows, educational program, alternative vehicle showcase and much more!

Participants have the opportunity to learn how we can all become more connected by creating solutions to pressing environmental issues and learn to live more sustainable, regenerative and meaningful lifestyles ... while having FUN!

The event is actively seeking sponsors, exhibitors and volunteers. Please visit the site for full details. or Contact: • earthdaysf [at]
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