Location: Victory Park
1201 N. Pershing Avenue
Stockton, CA 95201
Time: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This event has passed but is here for informational purposes.
Enjoy this beloved Stockton tradition!
The Festival will have an array of informative, interactive booths, demos, displays and exhibits. Local area schools will be teaching how to better take care of our Earth with a variety of hands-on activities, and environmental organizations will provide education about the important issues and how we can make a difference. Community agencies will help us live a healthier, more positive life, and green businesses will assist attendees in making changes to their home and workplace. Over 70 vendors will border the oak trees and cross the grass field at Victory Park in Stockton.
“Climate Action Now – Vote Earth” is the theme of this area’s premier environmental event and will focus on educating local residents on pursuing activities that will help our planet overcome climate change. Over 70 vendors will participate, including some great healthy food fare.
9:00am - Yoga on the park green. Whether you are a beginner or a practiced yoga student, join us for a yoga session. Local cyclists, young and old, can peddle to the Festival and secure your bicycles in a safe bike corral staffed by the San Joaquin Bike Coalition as you enjoy the activities at the Festival.
10:00am - “March for Science” A Parade will circle the park advocating to prevent changes to existing environmental policies that could cause negative effects to our planet.
11:00am- Entertainment Great Entertainment will be delighting attendees starting at 11 am, with the local Bad Goods, performing music for all ages with an Earth friendly message. At 12 noon, Chavez High School Polynesian Dance Troupe, will dance with exotic flair to Island music. The Pacific Jazz Ambassadors, formally UOP’s Brubeck Institute Jazz Quartet, will jazz up the crowd at 12:45, followed by The Darien Fields Band, a Blues/Pop/Rock group from Stockton at 1:45. Blow Daddy, a horn driven dance band out of Amador County, will be the featured performer at 3 pm.
4:00pm -Drum Circle. An organic Drum Circle with Clan Dyken will close the day at 4 p.m. on a percussive note.
It’s a fun day for kids and families, and admission is free!