Mar 30 2014
North East Trees 2014 Earth Day Fest – May 4, 2014
 

North East Trees 2014 Earth Day Fest! Now accepting artist and environmental non-profit applications from those who would like to participate.

Join local artists who will be displaying and selling their latest work, along with environmental organizations and sponsors for a FUNdraiser at the Los Angeles River & Gardens to benefit North East Trees. Live music by BullFish and Candice Courtney & David Kowal, craft beer, wine, fresh organic lemonade, activities for kids, a massage / reflexology and tarot area, raffle prizes and more… free admission, free parking. 570 W. Ave. 26 (between Figueroa and San Fernando Road), Los Angeles 90065

NET 2014 Earth Day Fest

SUNDAY, MAY 4 • 11 am – 5 pm
Los Angeles River Center & Gardens
570 W. Ave 26 • Los Angeles, CA 90065
(between Figueroa and San Fernando Rd)

FREE ADMISSION • FREE ON-SITE PARKING
PLUS 100 FREE TREES AVAILABLE TO CITY OF LA HOMEOWNERS
as part of the Mayor’s 1 Million Tree Initiative – see below

Come to the Earth Day fest, where local artists, environmental organizations and sponsors will be exhibiting and selling at this FUNdraiser for North East Trees. Learn what local environmental groups are doing in your area, as well as ways you can get involved.

Join us for a fun day in the gardens with live music, libations, crafts and activities for kids, plant sales, a prize drawing and more. Mama Musubi will be offering bentos, rice bowls, mochi ice cream and more, so bring your appetite! Free admission, and ample free parking on site at the Los Angeles River Center & Gardens (formerly Lawry’s California Center), 570 W. Ave. 26 – between Figueroa and San Fernando Road.

10% of all sales will go to NET

Check the event schedule for more details.

100 FREE TREES!
North East Trees will have 100 5 gal. trees to give away to City of Los Angeles homeowners at our Earth Day Fest. Trees will be available on a first-come basis, and all trees are suitable for our climate. Bring your driver’s license for proof of residency. The trees are being made available as part of the Mayor’s 1 Million Tree Initiative to make Los Angeles a greener place.

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