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Sep
07

Opening Reception (6:00 pm-9:00 pm)

Reception  features a talk about Project Drawdown about solutions for climate change.  The gallery will premiering a series of interpretive panels exploring the changing landscape of Vallejo and Mare Island.
Sep
08

Chalk Art Festival Vallejo (10:00 am-6:30 pm)

Chalk/street painters, from master artists to youth and families, will transform the pavement into a collection of vibrant, colorful, large scale images. These designs will include images reflective of Visions --Changing Landscapes theme as well as abstract art, 3D images, and portraitures.
Sep
08

Art Windows (5:00 pm)

Vallejo Art Windows Project was founded by VCAF and is in its 6th year of transforming downtown Vallejo, one window at time.
Sep
09

Napa River Cruise – SOLD OUT (1:00 pm-4:00 pm)

During this scenic cruise of the Napa River we will look at the influence of urban, industrial and agricultural landscapes on the health of the San Francisco Estuary ecosystem.  Along the way we will sample estuarine water quality and observe microscopic marine life.
Sep
09

The Fish Line (2:00 pm-3:30 pm)

Family Friendly, easy one-mile, interactive walk from River Park to the plaza between Vallejo City Hall and the JKF Library; Saturday September 9, 2017; 2:00 to 3:30 pm.
Sep
09

Re:Sound (4:00 pm-6:30 pm)

California-based artists will explore the festival's theme of "Changing Landscapes" through environmental sound works, experimental music performance and informative presentation of learning via listening.
Sep
09

Film Screening & Music: The Power of Song (6:00 pm-10:00 pm)

Songs bring strength and hope to the movements that change the world.  The fights for the environment and social justice have a long tradition of collective singing.
This evenings program is dedicated to the "power of song" and is a tribute to the late, great folksinger Peter Seeger.
Sep
08

Short Films and Talks: Restoring Our Lands & Waters (8:00 pm-10:00 pm)

An uplifting series of short videos and talks will highlight the great work of various partners to improve our ecosystems locally, regionally and across the state. Deputy Regional Forester Barnie Gyant of the U.S. Forest Service will speak and and answer questions about the agency’s focus on restoring ecosystem health in California’s national forests.
Sep
10

Carquinez Strait Cruise – SOLD OUT (10:00 am-1:00 pm)

As Californians, we interact with water at multiple points in the hydrologic cycle as it changes from gas, to liquid to solid; socked in by Pacific fog, drinking water from Hetch Hetchy, playing in the Sierras’ snow. Pondering the hydrosocial cycle of water raises questions...