Free Earth Day Celebration

Eco-Conscious Celebrities Amy Brenneman, Erin Gray, and Rachelle Carson Begley Join Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo 2010 in celebrating Earth Day's 40th Anniversary at a free community event in the greater Los Angeles area.

Eco-Health Conscious Celebrities Amy Brenneman, Erin Gray,
Rachelle Carson Begley and Anna Getty join Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo 2010 Celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, April 24th, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Highland Hall Waldorf School in Northridge, California.

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. - Celebrate Earth Day's 40th Anniversary with inspirational and life-changing education! Join Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo, in partnership with CBS-2, KCAL-9, KOST 103.5FM radio, local and national magazines,Whole Foods Market, the Environmental Media Association (EMA) and many others as they present a FREE community event that is set to be the largest Earth Day celebration in the greater Los Angeles area.

This will be Highland Hall Waldorf School's second year as host sponsor to this unique event that promises a day filled with non-stop education for all those willing to learn - kids, parents, grandparents, business owners, teachers and students. All workshops are FREE to attendees covering a wide range of hot topics including Natural Solutions for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism, Vaccines, Preventing Childhood Obesity, Sustainable Landscapes, Edible Gardens, Gray Water, Water Conservation and Pollution Prevention, plus much more. Participants are encouraged to sign up in advance online at

Children will be thoroughly engaged by the Enrichment Village with hands-on projects, experiential learning activities and music, while their families enjoy the many exhibitors offering information and products for sustainable living, natural product and food samples, fun raffle prize giveaways, healthy, delicious foods, and a Main Stage featuring entertainment surprises for all ages.

Environmental speakers will include Alec Loorz, the award-winning 14-year-old founder of "Kids vs. Global Warming"; Marcus Ericksen, Ph.D., and Anna Cummins, members of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation and creators of JunkRaft - a vessel built out of 15,000 plastic bottles and a Cessna 310 to raise awareness about plastics polluting our oceans, as well as many others.

This year the Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo will be plastic-bottle free. Participants are asked to bring their own reusable water bottles to fill at the LifeSource water station.

The Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo is the premier natural parenting and family expo that introduces and educates families, professionals and friends about the benefits of sustainable living practices, non-toxic products, organic foods, holistic medicine and enrichment learning programs. Our mission is to educate the community about important health and environmental issues and provide them with the resources and tools necessary to protect their families, and the planet.

WCWP Expo is the brainchild of Kathy Arnos, a California-based mother, editor of Eco Family News, author and producer, who recognized a need for guidance and education in the community. "My hope is that the Expo offers families a living handbook for inspiring children and adults to become positive role models who will help create empowered, balanced families and a healthier planet for our future."

*Photos and interviews available upon request*

Whole Children, Whole Planet Expo 2010
Saturday, April 24th, 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Highland Hall Waldorf School, 17100 Superior St., Northridge, 91325

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