Sculpture Park, 777 Cypress Ave., Redding, CA
The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival is an annual, community-wide celebration of Earth Day featuring activities, exhibits, Live Music Fest on 3 stages, and local food that will delight and inspire people of all ages. This annual event demonstrates our commitment as both individuals and as a community to work together for the health and livability of the north state region and our planet. Now in its 13th year, The Festival features over 150 outstanding Exhibitors including businesses, non-profits, government agencies, community groups, local artists, and educational organizations. Each year, the event organizers actively seek new exhibitors from our north state region and beyond to give attendees the broadest possible exposure to innovative ideas and products. The 2019 Festival Highlights include:
Over 150 Exhibitors with activities and giveaways highlighting healthy living, building healthy communities, and restoring a healthy planet.
A wide variety of local food vendors and local craft beer and wine offer excellent choices for everyone!
Inspiring films and speakers at the Keynote Theatre.
Live Music Fest on 2 stages: Our “Music Festival within the Festival” with nationally touring headliner bands as well as critically acclaimed local musicians.
The Community Stage offers superb music by local groups, exquisite dancers, and the popular Eco Fashion Show!
Incredible children’s activities in the Whole Earth Children’s Zone.
Engaging STEM+Arts Activities for kids and teens in the S.T.E.A.M Tents.
A climbing wall open for all ages; Zorb challenge course; and a petting zoo.
The Whole Earth Walk About where you get the chance to win prizes just by walking around!
The Cascade Garden Show featured in the lobby of the main City Hall building.
A special “Bus-Ta-Move” Bus Party with exciting activities and exhibits.
And a FREE RABA Shuttle from the downtown terminal (LOTS OF PARKING) and City Hall runs all day
Website: http://wholeearthandwatershedfestival.org Facebook: The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival