Earth Day Expo 2011: Billion Acts Of Green


Celebrate Earth Day with us at the Los Angeles Zoo for the Earth Day Expo 2011 Saturday, April 9th & Sunday, April 10th from 10am-4pm at the Los Angeles Z00 and Botanical Gardens!  This yea’s theme is Billions Acts Of Green.

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The Earth Day Expo is a two-day family event where you’ll be able to learn about our planet and those we share it with through educational booths, games, crafts and live entertainment in an earth-friendly environment.

Don’t miss our tie dye booth, a K-EARTH 101 Earth Day tradition!

Charlie Tuna will be broadcasting live!

Antonio from the K-EARTH 101 Morning Show with Gary Bryan’s band, The Eugene Edwards Band, will be performing!

Click here to see this year’s Earth Day Expo poster contest winner!

The Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens is located in Griffith Park, at the intersection of the Ventura (134) and Golden State (5) freeways.  For directions and parking information,  click on page two below.

Directions to the Los Angeles Zoo:
The Los Angeles Zoo is located at the northeast corner of Griffith Park at the junction of the I-5 (Golden State) and the 134 (Ventura) freeways.

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The Zoo is directly across from the Autry Museum of Western Heritage.

From Westbound 134: Use far right lane approaching I-5 (Golden State) Freeway. Follow signs indicating 134 (Ventura) Freeway. Exit Zoo Drive, continue past soccer fields, across the bridge to the parking lot.

From Eastbound 134: Exit at Victory Blvd. Turn right, then make an immediate left on Zoo Drive. Continue on Zoo Drive to Zoo parking lot on right.

From Northbound 5: Use right lane approaching 134 east to Pasadena. Exit at Zoo Drive. Turn right at stop sign and follow street across the bridge to Zoo parking lot.

From Southbound 5: Exit at Western Ave. Go west on Western Avenue. Turn left at Victory Blvd., and left onto Zoo Drive. Follow Zoo to Zoo parking lot on right.

By bus: The Los Angeles Zoo is serviced by MTA line 96, which runs from Sherman Oaks to downtown’s Union Station. The bus makes frequent stops in both directions at the southwest corner of the Zoo’s main parking lot. A timetable can be found at

Parking is completely free. Please ensure that your vehicle is parked in a marked space, and legally, to avoid being ticketed.

Click on page three for Zoo admission information.

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Admission prices to the Los Angeles Zoo:
Adults (ages 13 – up) – $14
Seniors (age 62 and up) – $11
Children (ages 2 to 12) – $9
Children (under 2) – Free
Group Rates: Discounts are available for parties of 15 or more people. With a group discount, adults are $11 per person, and children (ages 2-12) are $8 each.


One Comment

  1. RainbowRay says:

    “Rainbow Ray” and I believe in the adage, “teach them right while their young and you’ll have them hooked for life”. Rainbow Ray is big not only on the importance of “literacy” in young children, but also about “environmental issues”. “Be resolved and get involved” as he says.


  2. RainbowRay says:

    Correction on that RainbowRay saying folks! “Be resolved and get involved!” is correct (more directed to parents), but for pre-school children it would be more like “I resolve to get involved!”, part of his “pinkey pledge” to young children.


  3. Lisa Hernandez says:

    Thank You So Much K-Earth 101 & “Mr. Best-in-the-business” Jim Carson…we are thrilled to have won tickets for your “KEarth” Day Expo 2011! You guys are AWESOME!

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