2016 Arbor/Earth Day Celebration

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Saturday, April 16th, 2016

Thousand Oaks Community Park

2525 N. Moorpark Road
(next to Thousand Oaks High School)

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


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 environmental exhibitors, animal shows, children's activities, entertainment, bike rodeo, free workshops, food trucks and much more...

Vendor Information:
Non-profit and government organizations can exhibit for free (application required by March 31st; see bottom of page).
Vendors will be responsible for load-in  and load-out of all their booth materials this year.

Vendor Application (Download) 
Liability Waiver
Liability Waiver for Minors (Download)  

Entertainment Schedule:
 Times to Be Announced

Chumash Blessing Ceremony: 10 am
Conejo Drum Circle
Earthcapades (environmental vaudeville)
The Coveralls (cover band)
Urban Dread (reggae)

Free Biochar and Compost Workshops:
Times To Be Determined


  • Home Depot Flower Planting
  • Glenn Garvin Memorial Bike Rodeo: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (Kids who participate get a free bike helmet!)
  • Free Bike Valet
  • "Green" vendors and exhibitors

Sponsored in part by:

Waste Management
Ventura County Star

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 at this year's Arbor/Earth Day Celebration, please contact Rod Cordova.
Volunteer Coordinator: Rod Cordova
(805) 449-2468 or rcordova@toaks.org

Please note: this event is being photographed and/or videotaped for possible use on the city (and library) websites and social media.
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