North Hollywood, CA, August 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- One Chicken Fest is an annual planet-based community festival that was founded in North Hollywood by residents Charles and Deirdre Wiley. The festival includes: exhibitors from environmental organizations; craft booths from artists featuring sustainable, locally-sourced or environmentally-themed products; food trucks with organic, local and/or sustainable cuisine; local musicians; an e-waste drive for the community to drop off their used electronics for proper disposal; and a pet adoption event of shelter animals needing homes.
One Chicken Fest will be at the AAASC Community Center parking lot on Sunday, October 2nd this year, from 10am-2pm. Street parking is available and the event is completely free and open to the public. The address is 5839 Cahuenga Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601.
One Chicken Fest is a festival aimed at connecting people to the organizations that can help create positive change in the world. The "chicken" is a symbol for a small change in our day-to-day lives, and the idea is that “just one chicken” CAN make a difference. The goal of the festival is to educate people on what they can do, how they can get involved, and what resources exist in the community to help. It is also to show that environmental activism can and should be a fun, enjoyable and regular part of our lives, to acknowledge the role a healthy planet must play in our own health and future.
About One Chicken Fest
One Chicken Fest was founded in 2015 by husband and wife Charles and Deirdre Wiley. Charles and Deirdre live in North Hollywood and spend time advocating for the environment and local artists and businesses. To learn more, visit http://www.onechickenfest.org.