Enjoy Earthfest LA 2013 This Saturday, September 28, at West LA College in Culver City

The 7th Annual Earthfest LA is coming to West Los Angeles College in Culver City this Saturday, September 15. The event offers free educational panel discussions and demonstrations on environmental topics as well as fun activities for youth. Demonstrations begin at 11a.m. in front of the Student Services Building. A concert featuring chart-topping smooth jazz and R&B artists is also scheduled.

The day-long event is intended to raise the level of awareness about sustainable ways to live green and how to reduce any negative impact to our environment. Exhibitions include presentations on how to grow and cook foods that improve your health, understanding the green economy, evaluating the impact of technology such as fracking on
communities, as well as how to create an energy-efficient home. 

In addition to all of the free activities, a jazz concert benefiting California Greenworks will run from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. Headlining is Grammy Award winning artist and smooth jazz legend guitarist Paul Brown. Also scheduled to appear are chart-topping contemporary jazz musician Darren Rahn; R&B vocalist Wendy Moten; jazz fusion band DW3; and Motown-influenced singer/songwriter Chris Lightfoot. Lawn seats are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate. Children 12 and younger are free.

You can get more information -- as well as advance tickets -- HERE.

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