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Earth Day Festival 2019

Time: April 28, 2019 from 11am to 5pm
Location: Mt. Shasta City Park
Street: 1315 Nixon Road
City/Town: Mount Shasta
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Phone: 530-926-5655
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center
Latest Activity: Mar 20, 2019

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Join us for our yearly Earth Day Festival at the Mount Shasta City Park! There are activities for the whole family! Presentations, Panel Discussions and Workshops! Enjoy Eco-vendors, local crafts, arts, food and more! This year's theme is Creating Resilient Communities! Look forward to seeing you there!

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