2015 Arbor/Earth Day Celebration

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Saturday, April 18th, 2015
Conejo Creek Park

1379 E. Janss Road
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Free Shuttle Service from Conejo Creek South to Conejo Creek North

Arbor/Earth Day is a major City-sponsored event celebrating both Arbor and Earth Day in a fun, family-oriented venue.

This year's event will feature more than 100 environmental exhibitors, animal shows, children's activities, entertainment, an eco-friendly car show, bike rodeo, biochar and ccompost workshops and much more...

Entertainment Schedule:

The Bisquits

Plus More To Be Announced At a Later Date!

Learn About the Animals at JUNGLELAND U.
To be announced


  • Green car show
  • Biochar Workshop with Michael Wittman, founder of SoCal Biochar Initiative
  • Compost workshops with "Dr. Compost" at 11:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
  • Glenn Garvin Memorial Bike Rodeo: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Kids who participate get a free bike helmet!)
  • Free Bike Valet
  • More than 100 "green" vendors and exhibitors.
  • Free trees, plants and bagged compost - Conejo Creek South Park (while supplies last; one bag compost per resident)
  • Free shuttle service from Conejo Creek South to Conejo Creek North

Green Car Show Display

For questions, or to register to showcase your vehicle, complete the liability waiver and vendor application and send to gwatts@toaks.org.


Sponsored in part by:

Waste Management
Ventura County Star

Non-profit and government organizations can exhibit for free (application required).


Liability Waiver

Vendor Application

Arbor Earth Day Contacts:
Vendors/Exhibitors: Jana Covell, Thousand Oaks Library
(805) 381-7358 or jcovell@tolibrary.org

Sponsorships: Jana Covell, Thousand Oaks Library
(805) 381-7358 or jcovell@tolibrary.org

Electric Vehicle Displays: Grahame Watts
(805) 449-2453 or gwatts@toaks.org

To Volunteer as an Eco Hero at this year's Arbor/Earth Day Celebration, please click here
Volunteer Coordinator: Rod Cordova
(805) 449-2468 or rcordova@toaks.org

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