Head downtown to Grand Park for L.A.’s Largest Earth Day Celebration to Offer Solutions on How to Live Clean and Go Green
with Demonstrations, Tours, Workshops and Music.
In celebration of Earth Day, Grand Park, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and The Music Center will offer Downtown L.A.’s residents, workers, students and visitors ideas on how to live clean and go green at Earth Day L.A. For the fifth year, Angelenos can learn about energy efficiency and water conservation; take part in sustainable gardening tours; participate in composting, electric and solar vehicle demonstrations; and enjoy a walk-through of Grand Park’s sustainable landscaping.
Fish Eyes Educational Workshops by Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, teaching kids to explore site-specific dances inspired by themes of water conservation, climate change and the environment. Dances are accompanied by the sculpture Fish Eyes, created to bring further awareness to park-goers about the importance of water conservation. The sculpture will be on display April 16 – 22, 2018, on the Grand Park Community Terrace between Broadway and Hill Streets.
Needless to say, attendees are being encouraged to take the METRO – RED or PURPLE LINE to CIVIC CENTER/GRAND PARK STATION, GOLD LINE to LITTLE TOKYO/ARTS DISTRICT STATION.
What: Earth Day
Where: Grand Park, Downtown Los Angeles, 200 N. Grand Avenue (Between Grand Ave and Broadway)
When; Thursday, April 19, 2018, from 9:00am – 2:00pm