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Burning Man 2010: Decompression Today!

October 2, 2010

LA Decompression 2010 offers: 8 Stages of Entertainment, Tons of Art and Activities for All Ages

Here are some fun interactive ways you can participate in LA Decom . .

The Burner Bizarre is setting up and you are invited to clean out the closets! Clothing for all ages is welcome from infant to full grown. Also hats, handbags, gloves, shoes, and other accessories are welcome as well. And of course costume items are always welcome. Bring a big bag or just a few items. And while you are there gifting your stuff, go through what others have brought and take home some new duds. All left over clothing will be donated to “My Friends Place” www.myfriendsplace.org

Tabula Rasa is also coming back again this year. They are the beading and jewelry making camp. At BM this year they were place at Center Camp on Ring Road and therefore their beads were pretty depleted. They are asking everyone to bring their broken necklaces, left over beads, buttons, and crafting stuff. Anything that you could make jewelry out of and help resupply. And of course stay for a while and make something for yourself.

EcoSalon invites you to please bring your favorite teas (bagged) to Decom to enjoy with others at the EcoSalon 2010: a place to share environmental knowledge, meet the experts (including me!) and ask questions over a nice cup o’ tea! Please remember to bring your reusable mug (or water bottle)!

Here’s the specifics:

1:30-2:15 Bobby Gadda and Gwendolyn Alley

Car Free in BRC – Why not LA?
2:15-3 Karen Neal, Joan Stevens,  Eric Werbalowsky, Marialyce Pedersen and Natalie Freidberg


Eat Your Yard – Homesteading in the City
3-3:45 Allan Lee Haskell

DIY Graywater
3:45-4:40 Mark Lakeman and Camille Cimino


City Repair – lessons from Portland and local inspiration
4:40-5:30 Francis DellaVecchia Joyful Activist Playshop


5:30-6 Eric Werbalowsky and Joan Stevens (and special guests) Permaculture Revolution – a how-to –  and Community Dialogue:

action steps to create a sustainable home, neighborhood, and city

7:15-7:30 Blues Traveler and the Midnight Ridazz

Bike Bling Awards

7:15-8 Greg Wendt Sustainable Wealth
8-9 Geofrey Collins Community Architecture

Midnight Ridazz is doing a Bike Ride to Decom. To join, meet at 4:20 PM in front of the street entrance to the Metro Red Line Hollywood/Highland Station, riding to Decom at the LA State Historic Park (“the Cornfields”) in downtown. The route will be mostly downhill, with two small uphills; the ride should take about an hour. Just like Burning Man, this is a self-directed activity by each person, so bring your “radical self-reliance” to take care of your bike if you have a flat tire, etc., and don’t forget to bring a bike lock too!

More info:

HTTP://WWW.LABURNINGMAN.COM/

Place: LA State Historical Park 1245 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Ticket Price: $20 Creative Attire Encouraged (all children 12 and under are free) **DPW, Rangers, and BM Crew with 2010 laminates get in free**

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