March 11, 2018
1pm to 5pm at Big Oak Canyon in Silverado, CA
Come join us for a majestic day in nature at the Earthroots 12th Annual Festival and Fundraiser. We will celebrate our connections with nature while raising funds to support Earthroots programs and restoration projects at Big Oak Canyon. Tickets often sell out before the event date because only a limited number of people are permitted on the Big Oak Canyon property at one time. Buy your tickets now to ensure you attend this intimate celebration with Earthroots.
Early Bird Tickets on sale now: $25/adult and $15/child
Price increases to $35/adult and $25/child after March 8th
The festival stage will host local performers and storytellers as well as highlight honored guests and instructional demonstrations. This year’s stage will feature Martin Espino sharing Sounds of Ancient Mexico and Chrisha Favors performing a Hula Hoop dance and workshop. The stage will also host a puppet show and acoustic music from local musicians.
Other festival activities included with your ticket purchase: face painting with Lauren Tannehill, primitive skills nature games, hula hoop education workshop, ice painting booth, a reptile zone, cutting wood with a treadle drill saw with Julia Doemer, guided walk through Big Oak Canyon, and a native instrument demonstration on how to make your very own clapper stick.
Beverages will also be provided, including beer from local breweries Lagunitas Brewing Company and Stone Brewery. Golden Coast Mead will be pouring and educating guests on the history and sourcing of mead. Lemonade, sun tea and water will also be available for all guests.
Harvest Kitchen’s Gastrotruck and Aloha Acai Bowls of San Clemente will be providing food for purchase. By outsourcing the food, the festival ticket prices are much less this year in hopes of allowing more families to attend the event. Further, Earthroots staff can focus more on engaging with our guests at the event, enhancing the festival experience by offering more Earthroots-centered booths.
For sale items will include: Bandana dying with natural indigo dyes, bake sale of homemade goodies, Earthroots store featuring T-shirts and Big Oak Notecard packets, and of course the Silent Auction.
We are thrilled to offer a silent auction featuring donated items from local businesses and community supporters of Earthroots. If your business would like to donate items, please contact email@example.com. Come bid on the following items, with more items still being donated each week:
Adult Passes to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach
Family photo session with Bleu Cotton Photography
Permaculture Design Consultation with Daniel Aaron Francis
Basket of herbs, spices and more from Mountain Rose Herbs
Razage Wellness Massage & Reiki Sessions with Raz Allen
A lifetime membership at the Fermentation Farm
Four tickets for a good laugh at the Improv Comedy Club
Back to the Roots gift basket
Family pack of Disneyland Park Hopper Passes (4-tickets)
A preschool size weaving loom designed by Jodi Levine-Wright
A knife from Galapago Knives
Kendra Scott necklace and bracelet
Vintage jewelry from Anaheim Hills Jewelry
An organic dinner for four with garden tour at the Cobb Residence
Pretend City Children’s Museum passes
A family membership to the Ecology Center
Sawdust Art Festival Passes
Festival of the Arts Festival Passes
Discovery Cube of Orange County Entrance Tickets
Urth Caffe Meal Voucher
Big Bear Lakefront Cabins Vacation Package
Sprouts Gift Card
A heartfelt thanks to Earthroots Staff and the many volunteers who make this day possible. If you are interested in volunteering at the event, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also needing volunteers to bring baked goods and EZ Up Tents to the event, sign up for that volunteering HERE. There are limited work-trade positions available, as well. We look forward to celebrating in nature with our Earthroots’ community all that we have now and all that is to come.
“I’m still carrying the energy and magic of the Earthroots Festival in my heart. This is what happens for me at Earthroots Field School…My heart gets moved and opened by the Earth-honoring community of adults and children…and I am grateful to be a part of it. The storytelling, the songs, the echo of the flute in the canyon, the heartbeat of the drums, the images of painted-faced children and chocolate-mustached adults…I carry these memories with me this week and draw upon them for soul nourishment. Thank you, Jodi, for your vision, inspiration and perseverance. May all your relations feel this magic for the next generations and beyond. I love you all…”
– Cheryl aka Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders
**Photos displayed above were taken by Gia Trovela