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Earth Day event moves into Libbey Park, will feature alternative housing

Perry Van Houten, Ojai Valley News reporter
Ojai's Earth Day celebration April 21 should be both entertaining and educational, according to organizers.
The event, that runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Libbey Park in downtown Ojai, will feature speakers, vendors, live music and children's activities.
“It'll be a hands-on interactive opportunity for kids and adults,” said organizer Tim Nafziger of the Ojai Valley Green Coalition.
The event took shape during meetings of the Ojai Valley Restoration and Resilience Council, a group formed following the Thomas Fire interested in habitat restoration, sustainability and community involvement.
“They said, 'let's weave this into Earth Day,'” stated Nafziger.
Highlights of the event will include earth-friendly vendors, organically grown food, environmental nonprofits and artisans.

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