Oct 29 2010
Venice ECO/ARTS Street Fair Electric Ave

Saturday: ECO/ARTS Street Fair
10:00am-6:00pm FREE

The entire block of Electric Avenue is roped off for an all day celebration with live music, dance performances, organic food, non-profits, and other eco-conscious vendors.
The entertainment will begin at approximately 12:30pm with Madame Chocolate, winner of the Nickelodeon Parent Picks Awards for best Childrens Entertainer 2009.  Followed by singer/songwriter Liz Eldredge on the ukelele, a showing by Capoeira-Brincadeira Viva Academy led by Fred “Jeito” James, Vida Vierra and Dani Lunn’s Swing Brazil Dance Troupe grooving to live drums, and Dance 4 Oceans performing their infamous “Plastic Trash Zombie” Thriller dance.

Non-profits, organizations and retail vendors include:

California Solar Innovations: energy evaluations and solar panels for home owners

Surfrider Foundation: for protection of the world’s oceans, weaves and beaches

Amazon Herb: Amazon superfoods, herbal supplements, natural skincare

Rebe: hand-made eco friendly apparel and accessories

Opas Soap: 100% natural vintage inspired health and body-care products

Language of Space: energy design consultants for buildings and landscapes

Heart Beet Gardening: connect people to their homes, their soil, and the food that they eat.

LastDays: certified organic street wear, alternative, and urban clothing

Venice Play Library: provides toys & games to children of all economic backgrounds
Eco By Design: waste free lunch & snack solutions for kids & adults

Screening over 35 films taking a look at the condition of life on the planet today and our choices with regard to how we live as individuals and as a society,from breathtakingly serious to delightfully funny.
Full schedule and tickets:

***We are looking for volunteers to run DVD projection for the movies this weekend, if you are interested please email [email protected] or call 310-306-1854**

“This is what environmental problems look like. Environmental problems are people problems. As long as gravity still holds us here, they aren’t separate.”  Tar Creek Saturday, 9PM


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