Visit the One Fridge Off The Grid booth, see the project first hand, and talk to the inventor. All parts needed to build the off-grid solar generator will be on display. Celebrate nature, art, music, and community at Pasadena’s 12th annual Earth and Arts Festival, www.cityofpasadena.net/earthday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, May 3, 2014 at:
Memorial Park, 85 E. Holly St., at Raymond Avenue, and, across the street at the Armory Center for the Arts, 145 N. Raymond Ave.
Pasadena’s Earth and Arts Festival is one of the biggest free green events in Southern California with family friendly activities, exhibits and entertainment for all ages.
From the official press release:
A huge “Eco-Marketplace” will be in Memorial Park where visitors can browse through dozens of booths by local businesses or non-profits promoting the latest in green living, energy & water efficiency, sustainable gardening, composting, organic foods, green buildings, alternative transportation, solar and renewable energy. Several City booths will be available with staff to help answer questions about waste reduction, recycling, water and energy conservation, public transit and parks.
While at the festival, please help make it a Zero Waste event by minimizing your waste and environmental impact. Recycling and composting stations will be located throughout the festival. A Sustainable Beer Garden will feature artisan brews from Pasadena’s Craftsman Brewing Company with drinks served in fully compostable, corn-based cups.
If you’re within biking distance, it will be a great day to use your bicycle or, consider taking the Metro Gold Line, www.metro.net, to the Memorial Park Station.