By LB Indy Staff
on April 25th, 2012
A one-way section of Park Avenue at the rear of the library was transformed last Saturday and closed to cars.
Earth Day celebration organized by Transition Laguna on Park Avenue between Coast Highway and the library drew hundreds of people to its habitats. The eco-village set the example for water reuse, solar, composting and gardening. The eco-exhibition showcased vendors covering relevant topics and the eco-lounge provided old-fashioned live musical entertainment.
Photos by Mitch Ridder
Two-year-old Sonya Zahradnik, of Laguna Beach, and a new friend, leave their mark on the chalkboard.
A small sampling from Transition Laguna's edible gardens.
A view of festivities out to Coast Highway and to Main Beach’s Kelp festival and beyond.
Will Larkins, 7, of Costa Mesa, inspects a chair's organic upholstery.
Several musicians performed, including rumba flamenco guitarist Ruben Gonzalez of Mission Viejo.