All Events Free & Open to Everyone
Opening Night Celebration and Reception | Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum, 734 Marin St.
Thursday, Oct 12, 6-9: PM
Join us to honor our local environmental heroes and learn more about the incredible conservation-minded journeys. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served.
Art Exhibition Opening | Temple Art Lofts, 340 Virginia St.
Friday, Oct 13, 6-8:30pm
Immerse yourself in a world of creativity and imagination as we showcase environmental heroes from around the world as interpreted by Vallejo and Benicia artists. Snacks will be served.
Wild and Scenic Film Festival “On Tour” | Empress Theatre, 330 Virginia St.
Friday, Oct 13, 7:30-9:30pm
Seven short films that inspire environmental activism and a love for nature: “The Rock Pool Waltz,” “Bring the Salmon Home,” “Endangered Migration: A Monarch Butterfly Story,” “Breaking Trail,” “Eco-Hack!,” “Belle River,” and “Yuba Is the Heart.”
Visions of the Wild Family Discovery Zone | Bank Bldg., 332 Georgia St.
Saturday, Oct 14, 10am-2pm
Find out how easy it is to grow your own food, see how honey is made, learn how to protect local wildlife, discover our hiking trails, commune with a giant Osprey puppet, and so much more!
Drum Circle with Ben Westin at the Capitol Street Stairs | Capitol St. & Sonoma Blvd.
Saturday, Oct 14, 1-2:30pm
Drums will be available, or bring your own.
Celebrating Vallejo's Environmental Victories Panel Discussion | Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum, 734 Marin St.
Saturday, Oct 14, 2-4pm
Four local activists will discuss their roles in four significant environmental victories in Vallejo. Robin Leong will discuss how Cullinan Ranch was saved from housing development. Mike Rippey will talk about preventing a landfill in Lynch Canyon. Elena DuCharme will represent the group that defeated a proposed liquified natural gas plan. Liat Meitzenheimer will discuss the recent fight to keep a cement plant out of South Vallejo.
Jazz at the Capitol Street Stairs | Capitol St. & Sonoma Blvd.
Saturday, Oct 14, 4:30-6:30pm
Come and enjoy the rich sounds of Bob Nadler and the Capitol Stairs Bambinos.
Bay Area Cinema Presents Norcal Environmental Heroes | Bank Bldg., 332 Georgia St.
Saturday, Oct 14, 7:30-9:30pm
Enjoy films about environmental heroes and activism in Northern California at this pop-up microcinema.