The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival is an annual, community-wide celebration of Earth Day featuring activities, exhibits, live music, and local food that will delight and inspire people of all ages. This annual event demonstrates our commitment as both individuals and as a community to work together for the health and livability of the north state region and our planet. The purpose of the Festival is to promote healthy living, build healthy communities and restore a healthy planet. The 2019 Festival will take place:
- Saturday, April 20th
- Outside Redding City Hall, 777 Cypress Ave, Redding
RABA is providing FREE shuttle rides to the event from 10:30am to 5:30pm. The RABA Shuttle will run between the Downtown Transit Center and Redding City Hall. There is LOTS OF PARKING available at the RABA passenger parking lot and the Downtown Mall parking structure.
See website for more details: wholeearthandwatershedfestival.org
In addition, join in for BUS-TA-MOVE! Let’s kick up our heels for public transportation in the North State! Start the party at the Downtown Transit Center and ride RABA for FREE to BUS-TA-MOVE at the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival.
There will be loads of activities for all ages to take part in:
- Dance at the Public DANCEportation party
- Take a bus-themed photo at the photo booth in the BUS-TA-MOVE zone
- Watch a special presentation at the Keynote Theatre at 2 p.m.
- Discover bus services in the region and how you can use them in the BUS-TA-MOVE zone
- Enter to win a California Rail Pass, including Thruway Bus service
- Build a miniature solar-powered bus at the S.T.E.A.M. tent
- Participate in the Wheels on the Bus activity in the Whole Earth Children’s Zone
BUS-TA-MOVE will showcase both existing and planned public transportation, like the upcoming Salmon Runner bus service between Redding and Sacramento and Sunday On-demand Transit through Shasta Connect.
BUS-TA-MOVE will be located on the west side of the main City Hall building, behind the Miracle Mile Stages.
Public transportation is a key part of the transportation system in the North State. By riding the bus, you can …
- Get to local businesses
- Get to regional destinations
- Save money
- Do other things on the way, like reading, watching videos, or getting work done
- Get physical activity, by walking to and from the bus stop
- Reduce your environmental footprint
- Not worry about parking
- Get to know your neighbors
If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact Jennifer Pollom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-262-6195.