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By Jonathan Goetz
March 16, 2024 (La Mesa) -- The City of La Mesa is inviting residents, visitors, sponsors and vendors to join its family-friendly Earth Day Fair on Saturday, April 20, 2024, at MacArthur Park, 4900 Memorial Drive, La Mesa CA 91942. The festival is a celebration of the city’s commitment to environmental stewardship and a showcase of local businesses that offer eco-friendly products and services.

The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and feature a variety of activities for all ages and interests. The city is looking for sponsors and vendors who share its vision of a sustainable, clean-energy future and want to promote their products and services to the community. Sponsors and vendors will have the opportunity to reach a large and diverse audience, as well as support the city’s efforts to raise awareness and action on environmental issues. Sponsors and vendors can choose from different levels of participation and benefits, depending on their budget and goals.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or vendor, please contact by April 1, 2024. You can visit the city’s website for more information and application forms.
The Earth Day Festival is part of the city’s ongoing initiative to make La Mesa a green and livable city. The city has implemented various programs and policies to reduce its environmental impact and enhance its quality of life, such as adopting a Climate Action Plan, installing solar panels and electric vehicle charging stations, promoting water conservation and recycling, and creating more parks and open spaces.
La Mesa hopes that the festival will inspire and empower residents and visitors to take action and make a difference in their own lives and communities. The festival is a chance to celebrate our planet and the people who care for it.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to join the city of La Mesa in its Earth Day Festival on April 20, 2024, at MacArthur Park. Come and have fun, learn something new, and support local businesses. Together, we can make East County and the world a better place.

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