Green Living Fair – Tomorrow!

Green Living Fair

The 4th Annual Green Living Fair is a FREE family-friendly event that creates excitement and enthusiasm for “greening” our lives and becoming more environmentally conscious citizens. By using this fun, environmentally responsible forum of education and entertainment, attendees get to learn first hand about water conservation, sustainable best practices, importance of native plants, urban farming, climate change, and more.

Be a part of a grass-roots effort to ignite ideas, improve quality of life for all living things, and spur on civic activism.

FREE EVENT
4th Annual Green Living Fair
Saturday, March 11, 2017
10 am – 2 pm
at 12061 Moorpark St. @ Moorpark Park (corner of Laurel Canyon)
Studio City, CA 91604
www.StudioCityNC.org/GreenLivingFair2017

SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO!

  • Live Entertainment
  • Kid’s Activities
  • Over
  • ​ ​​30 Nature, Conservation, Preservation & Education Exhibitors
  • Interactive “Learning” Stations​
  • FREE SHADE TREE Adoption* ~ Take home a tree!
  • Pie Contest ~ Enter YOUR homemade pie by 10:30 am!
  • E-Waste Collection for Desktop/Laptop computers, LCD and CRT monitors and TVS, MP3 players, Camcorders, Smartphones, PDAs, and Cell phones
  • Solar Mobile Station
  • Urban Farming
  • Pet Adoptions by LA Animal Services-East Valley ​Shelter and Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats
  • Lectures by NRDC and The Climate Project
  • And More!

Sponsors:​

* California State Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian, Assembly District 46
* Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian, Council District 2
* Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council
​* Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council
* Studio City Recreation Center – Los Angeles Recreation and Parks

Presented by the Studio City Neighborhood Council

Questions? Contact Lisa Cahan Davis LCDavis@StudioCityNC.org

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*Trees will be available if you live or own property within the City of Los Angeles. Trees must be planted on private property. Verification is required (DL, ID or DWP bill). Trees are distributed on a first come, first served basis and must be planted in the ground.

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