Preparations have begun for Ventura’s 9th Annual Earth Day Eco Fest, to be held Saturday, April 23rd from 10am to 5pm at Promenade Park. Exhibitor booths are available for organizations and businesses to spread their green and sustainable messages with a public that cares. “We are focused on making a positive change locally and globally. It’s the perfect setting to connect with eco minded people in our community,” says Event Chair, Toni Guy. The success of the festival would not be possible without our sponsors, whose support allows the festival to offer free admission. For Exhibitor Booths and Sponsorship opportunities visit www.venturaearthday.org.
“In our ninth year, the Ventura Eco Fest has grown into one of the most successful, highly attended events in the region. People come back each year because of our great vendors, live entertainment and fun family activities,” says Guy. The festival brings the community together to have fun, connect with environmentally-minded organizations and businesses and to appreciate Ventura’s spectacular natural surroundings. The festival has grown from being a school fundraiser to an award-winning community event, attracting approximately 5,000 visitors and features 100 exhibitors.
The festival is hosted by the Ventura Charter School of Arts and Global Education in cooperation with the City of Ventura. Profits from the day-long event go toward funding enrichment programs for Kindergarten through eighth-grade students at the tuition-free public school.