Long Beach Wyland
by Kimberly Crawford
“Don’t touch Daddy’s art”, Stephen M. Taylor reminds his 3-year-old daughter. His 5-year-old takes her younger sister by the hand and guides her away from the wall. The older daughter is used to that instruction by now.
The City of Long Beach is demonstrating its commitment to sustainability and environmental awareness by hosting a public Earth Day Celebration at Long Beach City Hall on Friday, April 22, 2011.
The public is invited to participate in the Celebration, at the Civic Center Plaza from 11 am to 2 pm.
Mayor Foster, three students from Milikan High School, Allie Bussjaeger (Green Campus Intern from California State University Long Beach) and Mark Taylor from Long Beach City College (back). LBUSD, LBCC and CSULB are all partners in the Mayor's Challenge.
Thousands Attend Green Port Fest 2010 Open house is one of the largest events of its kind in the region.
From wide-eyed toddlers to grandma and grandpa, plus everyone in between, guests of all ages got a rare behind-the-scenes look at the second busiest seaport in the country during Green Port Fest 2010 in Long Beach, Saturday, October 2.The free annual event, one of the largest of its kind, is an opportunity for the public to learn more about the Port’s operations and environmental programs in a fun, street festival setting.
Don’t miss the 6th Annual Green Port Fest this Saturday, October 2, 2010, a free event hosted by the Port of Long Beach.
Free parking will be provided by the Long Beach Convention Center in the large open air lot by E. Shoreline Drive.
Annual free event includes tours, exhibits and entertainment.
Save the date and don’t miss the 6th Annual Green Port Fest on Saturday, October 2, 2010, a free event hosted by the Port of Long Beach.
Green Port Fest offers a behind-the-scenes journey through one of the world’s busiest seaports.
What started as a simple touch up ended with a brand new mural that can be viewed from space. Famed environmental artist Wyland returned to Long Beach to restore “Planet Ocean,” a mural he painted 16 years ago that wraps around the Long Beach Arena and has been recognized by Guinness Records as the World’s Largest Mural.