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Earth Day: Festival, Celebration, March & Ride

Apr 18, 2017

Perhaps this year, Earth Day is more paramount than ever. And there’s no shortage of activities…

Friday, April 21: Bike-In Movie

Free screening of the movie “Bikes vs Cars”. Ride your bike to the event for that Drive-In Theater feeling. Bring your own picnic.

Bikes vs Cars is a documentary about the bike and what an amazing tool for change it can be. It highlights a conflict in city planning between bikes, cars and a growing reliance on fossil fuels.

The movie will start around sundown, 7:15-ish.

Dan Koeppel will host a Q & A after the film. Dan is an American author and columnist. He has written columns for the New York Times Magazine and Popular Science, as well as having written extensively in a variety of mountain biking periodicals.

Location: Day One, 175 N. Euclid Ave., Pasadena 91101.

Free event; register here.

Learn more at Bike-In Movie’s Facebook page.

Saturday, April 22: Pasadena March for Science

Time: 8-11 a.m.

Reasons for marching are to…
1) celebrate science,
2) advocate for transparency and support of science, and
3) celebrate ties between science and the community.

Schedule has been slightly changed and finalized:
8:00-8:30: Congregate at Beckman Lawn, 1200 E. California Blvd. (sign making materials and light food will be provided)
8:30-8:45: Welcome remarks with speakers
8:45-10:00: March to Memorial Park
10:00-10:15: Closing remarks with speakers
9:30-11:00: Outreach event with science booths for adults and kids

For more infö, visit the Pasadena Science March Facebook page.

 

Music of the Spheres with Jean Sudbury & Rick Wilson.

 

Satday, April 22: Pasadena eARTh Festival

Time: 4-7 p.m.

Celebrate earth through art, music, poetry, magic, climate talks, and more.

The 2nd annual Pasadena eARTh Festival (a play on the words art and earth) is a family-friendly indoor/outdoor event at Throop Hall, spanning through the Learning Garden, and on the gracious Throop patio.

 

Henna by Salma.

 

 

 

Participants include “Henna by Salma,” Poets on Site, a drumming jam with master drummer Chris Moore. Music of the Spheres celebrates Earth through music. Music of Spheres is a musical duo consisting of Rick Wilson, flutist and Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus at Caltech, and musician and poet Jean Sudbury on the violin.

Throop Unitarian Church, 300 S. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena 91101.

Free event; register at Eventbrite.

For info, visit event’s Facebook page.

 

 

Sunday, April 23: Annual Earth Day Celebration

Location: All Saints, 132 N. Euclid Ave., Pasadena 91101

Time: 10 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

Nine organizations are staffing tables and we are kicking off our effort for the Church and the congregation to go carbon neutral by 2017 and 2020, respectively.

Event Facebook page.

 

 




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