Due to scheduling conflicts, 2018 Earth Day for the Santa Ynez Valley is cancelled.
Don't forget to check back with us in December, 2018 for updates regarding 2019 SYV Earth Day.
New applications and detailed information regarding the event will be provided at that time.
On May 21, 2017 from noon until 5:00 pm, come celebrate the 15th Annual Santa Ynez Valley Earth Day at River View Park in Buellton, hosted by the Santa Ynez Valley Botanic Garden. Please see the SYV Earth Day website for further details.
- Sustainable Solutions
- Environmental Non-Profits
- Water-Wise Landscaping
- Alternative Energy Green Cars Green Businesses
- Kids Green Zone
- Family Activities and Prizes
- Silent Auction
- VIP Sponsors
- Beer & Wine Garden
- Food Court
- Live Entertainment
- Guest Speakers: James Heins, Marc McGinnes
Please Note - This Event Has Been Rescheduled to May 12 2017
SYV Botanic Garden /SYV Earth Day
Friday, May 12, 2017
6:30-9:00 PM. Movie starts near 8:00 pm
'Gaviota, the end of Southern California'.
The word is out! Tickets are available to anyone excited to step outside and join the fun.
The Gaviota Coast documentary was first featured at the popular Santa Barbara Film Festival. Its popularity was apparent by the large numbers of fans who were turned away both evenings at the doors due to high demand and lack of space. No worries! Here is your opportunity to see it again, or for the first time.
End another perfect Sunday by relaxing under the stars at Flying Flags RV Resort in Buellton, the northern gateway to the spectacular Gaviota Coast.
Don't forget to bring your lawn chair and blanket as it can be chilly in early May.
6:30-8:00 pm (Dark)
Relax and mingle at the Beer and Wine garden, offering refreshing local wine and beer tabled by SYV Earth Day/SYV Botanic Garden.
Catering the event is Flat Bread Pizza from Los Alamos, who will serve their their delicious culinary creations.
Relax with friends and family by one of the several fire pits, listen to live music by none other then Jade Hendrix, and play a game of bocce.
At first sign of stars the movie will begin.
The Gaviota documentary is truly a must see and talk of the town. The coexistence of native flora, animal life, the coast and the majestic Santa Ynez mountains is beautifully captured by the Gaviota film crew.
On Sunday, May 7, 2017 WE Watch and the Santa Ynez Valley Botanic Garden will hold their first Sustainable, Water-Wise Garden Tour. The tour will run from 1 – 4 p.m. with a wine reception following the tour from 4 – 5:30 p.m., catered by Sass. If you are an avid gardener or just enjoy beautiful landscapes, this will be an opportunity for you to see creative use of low water using plants and elegant hardscapes or learn about the best practices for using and managing water in your garden and lighting that protects the night sky.
The tour will offer a rare peak at four private gardens designed by local landscape professionals who will be onsite to present the unique features of their gardens as well as answer your specific questions. By having ticket holders provide their own transportation, we are able to hold the admission fee down.
Tickets prices are $55 for general public, $45 for members of WE Watch or the Santa Ynez Valley Botanic Garden.
Proceeds from the Garden Tour will go to a scholarship program for graduating seniors from Santa Ynez High School who have been accepted into a 2- or 4-year college to pursue studies in the natural sciences, geology, ecology, land use planning, or agronomy. This scholarship program, funded by donations to WE Watch, is now in its fourth year. This year, for the first time, it will be co-sponsored by the SYV Botanic Garden.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Susan Bott at 805-708-6337 or email@example.com.
SYV Earth Day is a educational and fun event for the community, by the community. There will be music, guest speakers and activities for the entire family. You can find information for all the day's events on our facebook page. We'll see you there! Also check out the Santa Ynez Valley Earth Day Page Facebook .
Music with Jeff Pine, the Ruben Lee Dalton Band and The Caverns.
Guest speakers: Jim Hines, chair of the Sierra Club. "Protecting the environment we all Care About."
James Lawson with Sky's the Limit. "Travels around the World in Hot Air Balloon."