12th Annual Festival and Fundraiser

March 11, 2018
1pm to 5pm at Big Oak Canyon in Silverado, CA

Thank you to our Earthroots Community for helping to make our 12th Annual Festival and Fundraiser another memorable event. We enjoyed adventuring with you at Big Oak Canyon, and despite the weather forecast, the day turned out to be mostly dry, with sun peaking through the clouds towards the end of festival. Thank you to Kristina Clemens for capturing the memories for us via her donated photography services. LINK HERE to check out more of her pictures to relive the magical day!

The stage featured Martin Espino sharing Sounds of Ancient Mexico and Chrisha Favors performing a Hula Hoop dance and workshop. The stage also hosted a puppet show by Laura Bujjoni and Alyson Smith from The Journey School.

 

Other festival activities included a healing zone with Kneaded Mama Massage, face painting with Lauren Tannehill, felted egg craft with Miss Linnie, eco-art making booth with Green Life Gallery, primitive skills nature games, Chocolatl dipping chocolate dessert, hula hoop education workshop, a reptile zone, Personalized penny creations, guided walk through Big Oak Canyon, and a native instrument demonstration on how to make your very own clapper stick.

Beverages were also provided, including beer from local breweries Lagunitas Brewing Company and Stone Brewery. Lemonade, Chai tea and water were also available for guests.

Harvest Kitchen’s Gastrotruck of San Diego and Aloha Acai Bowls of San Clemente offered food for purchase. Other for sale items included: Bandana dying with natural indigo dyes, bake sale of homemade goodies, Earthroots store featuring T-shirts, Seedballs, Back to the Roots Mushroom Boxes and Big Oak Notecard packets, and of course the Silent Auction. The festival also included a raffle with over 30 prizes being raffled throughout the festival.

 

A heartfelt thanks to Earthroots Staff and the many volunteers who made this day possible. We loved adventuring with you and appreciate the continued nature connection building among our Earthroots’ community.