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3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Fest (and Earth Day!

3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Fest (and Earth Day!
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If you haven’t seen the Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple in Hacienda Heights, this Sunday would be the perfect opportunity to roam this impressive site. April 24 is the 3rd Annual Hsi Lai Temple Music & Art Festival, which is also having celebrations in honor of Earth Day. All public areas of the temple are open […]

Earth Day at Storrier Stearns

Earth Day at Storrier Stearns

A beautiful spot to celebrate Earth Day is the marvelous and often missed Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden, almost directly across from the lovely Arlington Garden at Pasadena Avenue. It’s historic, it’s serene, and on April 24, Storrier Stearns will have Pasadena Water & Power on site handing out free seeds “to encourage spring flower planting,” as […]

Earth & Arts Festival

Earth & Arts Festival

Set the kiddies down at Drumtime and go get a cold one at the “Sustainable Beer Garden.” Next, let them be mesmerized by Clair Mills’ puppets and stories-with-costumes while you slip off to jam to Blackwater Jukebox. The 12th Pasadena Earth & Arts Festival on May 3rd is hosted by the City of Pasadena and […]

Wildflowers, Earth Day, Spring Break, & Stories Under the Oaks

Wildflowers, Earth Day, Spring Break, & Stories Under the Oaks

The California Native Garden is full of spring blooms and on display during Descanso Gardens’ Earth Day Celebration. Little ones can “make and take” Earth Day crafts from the Redwood Rest or head to Magnolia Lawn and “make and take” a science project. Under the oaks, the California Shakespeare Ensemble tell nature-inspired stories suited to […]

Treepeople of the World, Unite!

Treepeople of the World, Unite!

Earth Day has come and gone — did you plant a tree? I sure didn’t. No, I chose instead to indulge in a grand festival of paper products. If you, too, want to atone, or are just in a tree-planting mood, consider joining up this weekend with Sue Stranger, owner of La Cañada’s own Adobe, […]

Solar 101, Part 2

Solar 101, Part 2

My Altadena household has been making electricity since March 27. Our solar panels are almost disappointingly discreet — I can’t help but want everyone to know how virtuous we are. But on the other hand it’s nice to be humble, quietly saving the planet in our own way, you know…. Solar installation took about two […]

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