The Canyon Land Conservation Fund, a local non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the few remaining wild lands of the Santa Ana Mountains, is hosting The OC Tree Hugger’s Ball and “Go Green” Expo on June 12th, 2010 near the proposed Blackstar Wilderness Park in Silverado Canyon.
The Canyon Land Conservation Fund, a local non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the few remaining wild lands of the Santa Ana Mountains, is hosting The OC Tree Hugger’s Ball and ‘Go Green’ Expo on June 12th, 2010 near the proposed Blackstar Wilderness Park in Silverado Canyon. The festive event will include an environmental expo, silent auction, guest speakers, live music and dancing. BBQ or Vegetarian dinner can be purchased at the event. Guests will be entertained with Woody Guthrie tunes and other Folk music by Lost Hills, Reggae Funk by Blade of Grass, knee-slappin’ Celtic Blue Grass by Sligo Rags, Blues artists, and a special guest performance by Grateful Dead cover band Cubensis!
Date:June 12th, 2010
Time:Environmental expo 2:00 pm to Dusk, Ball: 6 pm – 11:00 pm
Location:Blackstar (Cornerstone) Ranch, 27912 Baker Canyon Road, Silverado, CA. 92676
Cost:$25.00 General admission pre-tickets, (admission price does not include dinner; regular admission price will be charged on day of event)
Kids 6-16 yrs $10, Children 5 & under Free!
This year’s Tree Hugger’s Ball, scheduled for Saturday, June 12th, 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. Our ‘Go Green in the OC!’ event will feature exhibitors of eco-friendly products and transportation, well known environmental speakers, live Musicians and dancing. Guest speakers in the past have included Goldman Award winner Julia Bonds of the Coal River Mountain Watch who has successfully fought mountain top removal of coal; Flossie Horgan, of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands Project, Sierra Club activist Brittany McKee who played a key role in the ‘Save Trestles’ project; sustainability expert Chris Prelitz, and Earth Resource Foundation’s ‘Zero Waste’ advocate Stephanie Barger. At this year’s event Judy Bonds will appear again to update us on the struggle to save Appalachia and will be followed by ‘Coffee King’ Martin Diedrich.
Tickets for this amazing event are on sale via Paypal at. www.canyonland.org .
Tickets are also available by calling the Canyon Land Conservation Fund at (714) 649-2820.
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Proceeds from this event will be used for preservation efforts of wild lands of the Santa Ana Mountains threatened by upscale housing developments. Help us save our vanishing wild lands for future generations to enjoy and protect!
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