City Of Santa Clarita Is Seeking Earth Arbor Day Vendors
The City of Santa Clarita is looking for eco-minded artists, green businesses and ecologically-concerned community groups to participate as vendors at the Earth Arbor Day Festival, on Apr. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Central Park on Bouquet Canyon Road. Exhibitor and Vendor Applications are available online through Mar. 1, at GreenSantaClarita.com
“The annual Earth Arbor Day Festival is a celebration of our community’s commitment to environmental consciousness, preservation and protection. We are asking local vendors to help us show residents how they can go green through hand-on activities, displays, games and entertainment featured at the Earth Day event,” said Mayor Bob Kellar.
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“This celebration is looking for vendors to showcase their artistic, sustainable and green activities to help educate the community about eco-friendly living,” said Heather Sumagaysay, Communications Specialist for the City of Santa Clarita.
The event, presented by the SCV Family of Water Suppliers, is a zero-waste event, vendors are reminded that “all products used at the event must be recyclable.”
The festival will offer a variety of hands-on activities and educational displays to help the community live green, including energy and climate change, alternative transportation, green building, children, trees, community service, health and sustainable living booths.
For more information about the Earth Arbor Day Festival or to register as a vendor, please contact Arts and Events Coordinator Jim Stafford at (661) 250-3707 or visit www.GreenSantaClarita.com.
Booth space fee for accepted commercial vendors is $100 ($50 for accepted non-profit organizations.) Exhibit equipment, such as tables, chairs and canopies, is available for rent. Applications due Mar. 1.
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