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COME JOIN US FOR A WEEKEND OF FUN AND CELEBRATION. And what could be a better, more important cause for celebration than our “new world”. Let’s make it the best world possible, and that means working together toward a “smart future”.

Working together toward a smart future makes sense. We share this planet. How we live impacts us all. We are one community.

The New World F.E.S.T is about gathering as a community, and having ourselves a good time while we hang out and maybe learn a thing or two … together. Rarely has the process of learning been this much fun. That’s a good thing.

At the FEST, we’ve got 150 exhibits featuring some of the best and most innovative eco-friendly products and services you’ll see. We’ve also got 6 stages of live performance – music, guest speakers, panel discussions, live product demo’s, chef demos, an eco-theatre screening award-winning films and documentaries, a very cool Sustainable Art exhibition, art workshops, live street art, plus a Spiritual Oasis, yoga classes, healthy food and beverage, robots, futuristic eco-science, and lots for families and kids – including music, puppetry, dinosaur digs, and a petting zoo.

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FEATURED AT THE F.E.S.T. From left to right. top row: holistic living and hemp advocate John Roulac; raw food author & celebrity chef Bryan Au; kick-ass 80’s rock by The Metro Band; among the greenest of men – actor Ed Begley Jr. Bottom row: Dirt! the Movie – to be screened in our eco-theatre; the coolest exhibits – including one selling paper primarily comprised of Sri Lankan elephant dung; author Jonathan Blank who will reveal the Secrets of Dragon Gate Taoism; robots – the friendly kind


FEATURED AT THE F.E.S.T. Top row, L to R: Award-winning eco-architect David Hertz; Save the Farm – to be screeend in our eco-theatre; Sat Nite’s headliner – Naked Rhythm; Back to the Roots mushroom kit (using repurposed coffee grounds from Peet’s); suspension yoga with the Omgym; bottom row: #1 friend to animals – Wayne Pacelle, CEO of Humane Society; the wit and wisdom of Swami Beyondananda; a ferret – from our kids’ wildlife waystation; Rock the Boat – to be screened in our eco-theatre, TreePeople founder and CEO Andy Lipkis.


FEATURED AT THE F.E.S.T. Top row, L to R: The Luninaries perform Saturday Oct. 8; author and naturalist John McKinney aka The Trailmaster; sand sculptures – created live all weekend long; ECOLA founder and radio host Susan Fries aka The Termite Lady; Bottom row: Oscar winner The Cove – to be screened in our eco-theatre; a golden eagle – from our kids wildlife waystation; the Dragon Oven – greenest and fastest wood-burning oven in the world; and the last two photos – eco-diapers from Blessed Bums and eco-caskets from Final Footprint, which just goes to show you we’ve got it all – from the cradle the the grave.

And what could be a better, more important cause for
celebration than our “new world”. Let’s make it the
best world possible, and that means working together
toward a
“smart future”.