Laguna Hero Fest to Premiere Eco Heroes Documentary
Contact: Wendy Milette FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Director of Media
8TH ANNUAL LAGUNA HERO FEST - MAY 14TH AT [SEVEN-DEGREES]
LAGUNA BEACH, CA. – 4/2/15 - The eighth annual Laguna HERO FEST will be the premiere screening for the thirty-minute documentary, Laguna Beach Eco Heroes. This documentary features those working to protect and preserve the special wilderness surrounding Laguna Beach.
DATE: Thursday, May 14th
TIME: 7:30 - 9:30 PM
891 Laguna Canyon Road
Featured heroes include: Greg MacGillivray from One World One Ocean, Nancy Caruso otherwise known as “the Kelp Lady”, Chip McDermott from Zero Trash Laguna, Wyland and more...
This documentary was made possible with support from the Massen Greene Foundation and the generosity of non-profits and filmmakers who shared their work with The MY HERO Project to weave together this celebration of local environmental heroes.
The program begins at 7:30 and there will be food and drinks for purchase, live music, and a silent auction. Suggested donation is 20.00
An afternoon program for youth will begin at 3:30 featuring special conservation activities for youth, Ocean Stewards and Eco Heroes of Orange County and an environmental art exhibit. We will share the Marine Conservation Curriculum of short films and lesson plans designed by MY HERO to promote ocean stewardship. This project was made possible by support from the Orange County Community Foundation.
Funds for this program are provided by the lodging establishments and the City of Laguna Beach, the Massen Greene Foundation, The Laguna Beach Community Foundation and [seven-degrees].
Click here to RSVP for the event. For more information visit: http://myhero.com/laguna
MY HERO is a not for profit 501c3 organization and all donations are tax deductible: http://myhero.com/donate
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