Topanga Earth Day 2019

A Fundraiser for “Topanga Gold”

$10 Suggested Donation

Messenger Mountain News and Rosewood in Topanga celebrate the third annual Earth Day event on April 27, a fundraiser for “Topanga Gold.”

This year’s community celebration is a fundraising effort to support “Topanga Gold,” rich, earthy topsoil created in a matter of weeks by composting kitchen organics. Our Community Compost Hub will be installed at the Topanga Community Club.

Booth Opportunities

We welcome all kinds of earth-friendly vendors and educational/informational types of booths.

Fill out this form and once approved we’ll invoice you.

Click here to fill out application for a booth. Booths available for $100 ($50 nonprofits)

Topanga Earth Day Lineup

KIDS CORNER

11am Jim Gamble Puppeteers Puppet Show

12 pm Circus Arts: various circus acts with gigantic bubbles, music and slack line acrobatics

1 pm Nature Walk/Talk

2 pm Storytelling with Coco Blignaut

3pm Nature of Wildworks

4pm The Bug Guy

Additionally, and ongoing, mini-workshops on various composting methods by LA Compost, pony rides, bounce houses, face-painting, crafts and much more.

MAIN STAGE

1 pm Jen Youngs and young friend

2 pm Wild Honeys

3 pm Merlin Snider*

4 pm Preston Smith

5 pm Bonnie Tamblyn and Blue Heaven

6 pm The Greenhorn Brothers

8 pm Group Yoga Stretch and Meditation

8:30 pm Earth-minded Film Submissions under the Stars

A Fundraiser for Topanga Gold
Event Details

Support our Community Compost Hub.

Musical entertainment, puppet shows, workshops, bouncies and educational booths and earth-minded activities

10a.m to 10p.m at Rosewood
1111 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd.
Topanga, CA 90290
Parking is free at Topanga Community Center, 1440 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd. with a shuttle to the venue provided.
$10 Suggested Donation

Click here to fill out application for a booth. Booths available for $100 ($50 nonprofits)

We are seeking Sponsors. Click here to get a Sponsor Package.

Volunteer and get community credit

Zero Waste Practices

Vendors and Exhibitors are required to:

Use recyclable materials as much as possible.

Bring minimal paper and plastic waste.

Compost any food scraps.

Exhibitors are encouraged to:

Create interactive exhibits with minimal paper handouts.

Use recycled paper and materials.

Share ways to live lighter on the earth.

How We are Helping to do our Part:

Providing waste stations with clear markings and designations for waste, recyclables and compost.

Requiring vendors and exhibitors to minimize their handouts and serve with non-single use materials

Offering reusable cups and utensils for sale

Serving non-bottled water

You Can Do Your Part:

Bring your own water bottle or purchase one of ours

Bring your own fork, spoon, cup, cloth napkin or handkerchief, and reusable bag.

Recycle and compost everything you can by following the directions on waste disposal units.

Use public transportation, walk or cycle to the event.

Volunteer and bring a friend to help us 1) post Zero Waste signage 2) monitor Zero Waste stations  3) cleanup as necessary.