Learn how to build a healthier world at WorldFest this Sunday in Los Angeles

19 May

WorldFest, Los Angeles County’s largest earth day festival, is happening this Sunday, May 20, 2012, at Woodley Park at Lake Balboa.  This all-vegan, solor-powered event  seeks to help people learn what they can do for the Earth and its inhabitants.  It’s a “celebration of music, the environment, animals and humanity.”

Make sure you visit the EMF Safety Network booth to learn more about smart meters and how they can make people and our animal friends sick.  Residents from Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties (who are customers in BWP, GWP, LADWP and SCE territories) will be managing the booth to answer your questions and help you understand the wireless smart meter issue better.  Visit with them and find out what you can do to oppose smart meters and thus build a healthier planet.

Event hours are 10:30am until 7pm.  Tickets are $9 and kids are free!  Visit the Worldfest website for more details about tickets, parking tips and possible parking costs, directions, etc.:  http://www.worldfestevents.com Because it’s an all-vegan event, please do not bring or eat any animal food products or you may be fined (or thrown out).

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