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1E1D EcoFest Oct 3-4 2009
Full Program - pdf

Gold Leaf Sponsors
Silver Leaf Sponsors
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Bronze Leaf Exhibitors
  • Norman Deesing
  • Mark Dubovoy
  • Cheryl Lommatsch
  • Tish Lampert
  • Patricia Whiteside-Phillips
  • Bonnie Solomon
  • Pat Sparkuhl
  • Yamini
  • More...
EPF Directors
  • Charles Michael Murray
  • Kathy Bonner
  • John Brown
  • Jon Ellowitz
  • Bonnie Macmillan
  • Doug Reilly
  • Joanne Tawfilis
  • For more info - Email EPF
  • info@endangeredplanet.net

Roots Foundation - Regae headed by Kurt Mahoney Saturday night October 3, 7-9 pm Endangered Planet Foundation is proud to headline this amazing band at the main stage area. You don't want to miss this special performance!....

one earth | one dream

one earth | one dream

- October 3-4 2009
Lumberyard Mall

(park on Laguna Canyon Road and lots)

384 Forest Ave.
Laguna Beach California

Get your company involved now for 2009 !
Multiple levels of customized sponsorships are available. Sponsors and exhibitors shall comply with certain qualifications developed by the Endangered Planet Foundation. For sponsorship and booth space information:

Contact: Bonnie Macmillan:
949-715-5568 - bonnie@endangeredplanet.net

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Art Miles Mural Project -
The Environmental Mile
presented by: Endangered Planet Foundation


Art Miles Mural Project
One Earth | One Dream - October 3-4 2009
Laguna Beach, CA USA - Festival of Arts
Exhibition of the Century 2010 - Egypt

Founders - Fouad and Joanne Tawfilis

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Connecting the Arts & Technology with the Environment -
September 8, 2009 07:29 By Joanne Tawfilis

Media contact:
Christopher Trela
(714) 317-3771

The AMMP seeks global peace through connecting cultures and and humanity with the power of a paint brush and 5'x12' canvas - one at a time. Currently creating twelve miles of global art work. Endangered Planet is the environmental ile director and coordinator and is coordinating a North american Tour to compplement the Exhibition of the Century. Sponsorship and donations for this local and global exhibit will tie you to the major exhibition to bring peace, harmony and environmental awarness to the world. Call 949.497.5690 for more information or to make a on-line donation CLICK HERE

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"I see a world in the future in which we understand that all life is related to us and we treat that life with great humility and respect. I see us as well as social creatures, and when I began to look back and say, 'what is the fundamental bottom line for us as social creatures?'...I couldn't believe it because it seemed so hippy dippy, but it was Love. Love is the force that makes us fully human."

~ David Suzuki

Urban Ocean -
Aquarium of the Pacific

Febuary 9, 2009 10:45 By Joanne Tawfilis
Art Miles and Endangered Planet Foundation sponsored the painting of 30 more environmental murals with more than 250 children on 2nd and 6th of February about the URBAN OCEAN at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. The EPF and Supercolor 10 foot model pyramid was a huge hit with the crowds as well as Technology, Education and Design (TED) participants who joined in on painting 2 special murals of their own. Thanks to the staff of LBAOP we were also able to present Google Earth's honoree, Dr. Sylvia Earle with a mural painted by Ben Macedo.
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Endangered Planet Foundation

Sept 27, 2009 08:29 By Chris Trella

Media contact: Christopher Trela
(714) 317-3771

one earth| one dream ECOFEST OCTOBER 3 – 4 IN LAGUNA BEACH
Ceremony Set for October 3 at 11 a.m. at Main Beach Cobblestone Area with Children’s Choirs from Anneliese and Montessori Schools, Drummers, Dancers, City Officials, musician Samantha Smith, Eco Wonders, The Conscious Groove

EcoFest 2009 is Free and includes Guest Speakers, Innovative Eco Exhibits, Interactive Seminars, Art Displays, Films, Live Entertainment, Food and More

LAGUNA BEACH, CA – September 9, 2009 – Endangered Planet Foundation has announced the Opening Ceremony schedule for the Second Annual one earth | one dream EcoFest that takes place October 3 – 4, 2009 at the famed Lumberyard Mall, 384 Forest Avenue in downtown Laguna Beach.

The goal of one earth | one dream EcoFest is to increase awareness of our impact on the planet while exploring what each of us can do to sustain our only home. one earth| one dream EcoFest does this by connecting the arts, innovation and entertainment with the environment.

The Opening Ceremony begins at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 3 at Cobblestone Main Beach in Laguna Beach, and features children’s choirs from SEEDS, Anneliese Schools and Montessori School, drummers, dancers, musicians Samantha Smith, Eco Wonders, and The Conscious Groove, city officials and local representatives from Endangered Planet Foundation and SEEDS. 

11:00: Opening with The Phat Drum Circle / Jon Ellowitz (emcee)

11:05: Lemia and Joshua/The Conscious Groove

11:10: Introductions and remarks from Endangered Planet Foundation, City Officials and SEEDS representative

11:15: "I Need to Wake Up" song with Samantha Smith and Anneliese’s School Children’s Chorus

11:20: Music from Bird song & EcoWonders with Anneliese’s School Children’s Chorus

11:25: India cultural dance from Montessori School

11:30: "Imagine" group song with  SEEDS, Anneliese’s School and Montessori School

11:40: Endangered Planet Foundation / Closing Statements

11:45: The Phat Drum Circle  

11:50: Walk from Main Beach to Lumberyard Mall

ABOUT one earth| one dream ECOFEST 2009

one earth| one dream EcoFest 2009 is a free, family-oriented festival with global impact that celebrates the Earth and the transition being made toward a sustainable future through interactive seminars, world-renowned speakers, live entertainment, film, art, children’s workshops, fashion shows, and green exhibitors.

Daily exhibitors include Art Miles Mural Project (EcoMile/Pyramid/Murals), SEEDS Arts & Education, The Organic Cellar Wine Tasting, Endangered Planet Gallery, Southern California Edison.

EcoFest is sponsored by Michael Koss Real Estate Investments and presented in partnership with the City of Laguna Beach, Art Miles Mural Project, SEEDS Arts & Education, the Laguna Beach Visitors and Conference Bureau, and Laguna Beach Magazine,
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EcoFest October 3-4 2009
Full Program - pdf

Children eco-art workshops daily with the ART MILES MURAL PROJECT and SEEDS Arts and Education.

Roots Foundation - Sat 7pm

BirdSong & the Eco-Wonders -
Sat 1-2pm

Tracy Danielle - Sunday 10am

Music and entertainment
October 3-4, 2009

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2008 - included Chris Jordan with children hearing about local and global environmental topics took a hike in the great outdoors.

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2008 included Josho Daiko Drums - SOKA University - opening 1E1D celebration with children from Montessori School and Mayor of Laguna Beach - Jane Egly | Featuring - EMILIO

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Children activities were engaging and included music, art and science on local and global environmental topics.

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2008 included Michael Siersema - CSC GBS Americas, Chris Harrington - Toshiba, John Brown - EPF Director / The Showpros - President

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"Life on the Edge" Symposium 2008 included - "Global Environment for Peace and Change" - Chris Jordan, Stephanie Pachecco, Richard Wegman - COO Global Green USA, Joanne Tawfilis AMMP

October 5 2008

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AMMP - Joanne Tawfilis and Wendy from My Hero, Laguna Beach CA at USC, November 2008

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Nightlife and entertainment included - Emilio, Roots Foundation, Akayaa, Bird Song and the Eco Wonders, Terrell, Spirit Friends, Evren, Kristofor Szasz, more...

October 2-5 2008

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As we work together to make this one earth | one dream, we find the source often comes from art...

October 2-5 2008

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The youth of the world know that technology and art can unite the human spirit!

October 2-5 2008

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Kristofor Szasz - Oct 2008
Eco Exhibits - 2008

Laurel Burch - AMMP

Art connects people of all ages, skill sets and cultures with the pure process of doing things together, one brush stroke at a time.

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Endangered Planet Foundation

is dedicated to ensuring the survival of the Earth through the arts, education, dialog, the dissemination of knowledge and the
recognition that advances in technology can provide many of the answers which will lead to a sustainable future.

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