Silverado, California (PRWEB) June 15, 2012
The Canyon Land Conservation Fund, an Orange County non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the few remaining wild lands of the Santa Ana Mountains, is hosting The OC TreeHuggr’s Ball and Green Expo on June 23rd, 2012 at the Santiago Event Center near the proposed Blackstar Wilderness Park in Silverado Canyon.
The festive event will include an environmental expo, local art show, silent auction, guest speakers, no host bar, and 5 hours of live music and dancing. The OCs favorite vegan food truck Seabirds will be selling fabulous dinner choices at the event as well as a local BBQ vendor. Guests will be entertained with Woody Guthrie tunes by Lost Hills, Folk & Rock classics by 13 yr. old singer/songwriter Maya Burns, award winning Americana Folk music of Nicole Vaughn & Her Lovely Band, a special Reggae-Ska performance by Better Chemistry, followed by the OCs favorite Grateful Dead tribute band, CUBENSIS. The band Gerry Garcia blessed to play his music! It’s a fun event for all ages so carpool on over to the ball! Special Guest Daryl Hannah is returning to the ball this year to further guide us into a sustainable future!
Date: June 23rd, 2012
Time: Environmental Expo 4:00 pm to Dusk, Ball: 6 pm – 11:00 pm
Location: Santiago Event Center, 27912 Baker Canyon Road, Silverado, CA. 92676
Cost: $ 25.00 General Pre-sale Adult Admission Tickets (regular adult admission price of $ 30 at event gate (admission price does not include dinner)
Kids 6-16 yrs $ 10, Children 5 & under Free! Call us about free camping w/ticket!
This years Tree Hugger’s Ball, scheduled for Saturday, June 23rd, in Blackstar Canyon (Silverado), CA, is a chance to experience the beautiful canyon areas we are striving to preserve while helping to educate the community about our vanishing wild spaces, and our vital part as stewards of the earth. Along with other environmental festivities, manufacturers of green products and services will be exhibiting at our event. Last year our expo presented fuel efficient, biodiesel & veggie cars, alternative energy, nutrition & native plant companies, and local environmental groups such as the Sierra Club, Santiago Creek Watershed Project, Friends of the Foothills and other grass roots organizations. We have recently become an acclaimed ZERO WASTE event thanks to the leadership of Stephanie Barger and the Earth Resource Foundation! With onsite composting, reusable dinnerware and recycling efforts, our 2010 event generated only ONE bag of trash! Wear an earthy costume and bring your own reusable dinnerware to receive free raffle tickets for prizes!
Tickets for this amazing event are on sale via Paypal at. http://www.canyonland.org or http://www.treehuggersball.net.
Tickets are also available by calling the Canyon Land Conservation Fund at (714) 649-2820.
Check out our great new Youtube slideshow at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSlK7ZHGyQ0
Proceeds from this event will be used for preservation efforts of wild lands of the Santa Ana Mountains. Help us save our vanishing wild lands for future generations to enjoy and protect!