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I opened my email this morning and was excited to see the Community Environmental Council's April e-newsletter, with the headline, "Get Ready for Earth Month." With the official Earth Day Festival taking place April 21st and 22nd, April features a series of great events leading up to the big celebration and of course, every day truly is Earth Day in our true Ecotopia of Santa Barbara.
Some highlights include the Green Shorts Film Festival, which will take place this Friday, April 6th. Spend the evening with celebrities, filmmakers and fellow movie fans while watching an assortment of short films-all one- to two-minutes in length-that highlight sustainable living, energy independence and a green future. Walk the "green" carpet to catch the best in eco-filmmaking and party down at the After Party.
Help kick-off this year's Festival at the Opening Night Party on April 18th from 6:00pm - 10:00pm at the Oreana Winery & Tasting Room. There will be a live performance by Deer Leg with DJ Tuck B and special guest and local food provided by the O Street Food Truck. Tickets are $10 advance purchase or $15 at the door. Follow that up with a free presentation on global warming by James Lawrence Powell on April 19th at the Santa Barbara Library.
The official Earth Day Festival is a free event, taking place at Alameda Park. This year's highlights include:
If you love Santa Barbara's plentiful Earth-friendly offerings, whether they be recreational, locavore or community-oriented, then make sure to celebrate Earth Day (and Month!) by participating in this year's Earth Day Festival and surrounding events and activities.
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