As production partner for the Community Environmental Council’s Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival for the 4th year, LoaTree is once again kicking things off with a splash, as we host our 3rd Annual Green Drinks Earth Day benefit! Join us on Tuesday, March 19th from 6-9pm at Carr Winery as we kick off a month’s worth of activities leading up to the big Earth Day weekend in April.
Green Drinks will feature three talented Santa Barbara Based artists who have established themselves as rising stars on the local art scene. Sean Calen Blake, Chris Potter, and Blakeney Sanford will all be displaying some of their ocean-inspired works. Artists have graciously agreed to donate 30% of proceeds from sales to SB Earth Day. LoaTree Green Drinks Production Intern Meghan Hart will also feature some of her own work!
DEER LEG, an eclectic, groovy Americana project inspired by artists such as J. J. Cale, Neil Young, and Johnny Cash will be strumming some tunes while Culture Shock SB will provide their unique international cuisine for sale outside of Carr Winery. Come hungry!
Killer raffle items have been generously donated by Arbor Santa Barbara, Chris Potter Art, Community Environmental Council, Horny Toad, Klean Kanteen, Patagonia, Pura Vida Bracelets, Simply Straws, Three Pickles, Sama Ayurveda, Blakeney Sanford, and Sunski Sunglasses with more on the way!
The Community Environmental Council will fill you in on Earth Day details including how to get involved, how to register your organization or business as an Earth Day exhibitor, how to volunteer at the annual festival and more.
Cost of entry is $20/person or $15 for students with valid ID. Tickets available at DOOR ONLY. Entry includes complimentary glass of wine. The event is 21+. NOTE- Current 1% For the Planet business partners may invite one guest courtesy of LoaTree. Must show proof of membership.
Proceeds from Green Drinks support the Community Environmental Council’s (CEC) Annual Earth Day Festival. In addition to serving as Earth Day’s hosts, CEC currently focuses its energy on building a community-based movement that transitions our region off of fossil fuels in one generation — Fossil Free by ’33. To learn more, visit www.cecsb.org or www.sbearthday.org.