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Rob Hopkins

Rob Hopkins, the UK-based founder of the international Transition movement, is coming to Los Angeles.
You will have two opportunites to hear Rob speak, one in West LA and one in Pasadena.  Tickets are available through Transition US (links below).

WEST LA:
The Westchester appearance, on Sunday October 13, will be a “Just Doing Stuff” festival, and the presentation by Rob will be the grand finale.
2:30-4:30pm “Just Doing Stuff” festival at the Emerson Avenue Community Garden (which was built as a Transition project of the Environmental Change-Makers). Transition-focused organizations from throughout L.A. have been invited to give demos and information about their activities. Live music. Food will be available for purchase. Admission to the festival portion is free and open to all.
5:00-7:00pm Rob Hopkins will give a talk, followed by a dialog with Andy Lipkis (TreePeople), D’Artagnan Scorza (Social Justice Learning Institute), Joanne Poyourow (Environmental Change-Makers and Transition Los Angeles), and Meghan Sahli-Wells (Vice Mayor, Culver City and Transition core team member). The evening will be moderated by Anneke Campbell of Transition Mar Vista/Venice. Site: Westchester United Methodist Church. Limited seating, preregistration required, tickets $10 to benefit Transition US.

PASADENA:
Join us in Pasadena for a very special day with Rob Hopkins, founder of the international Transition Town Movement. Hear first hand from Rob Hopkins about how communities across the country and around the world are transforming their economic, energy, and food systems from the bottom up. The Pasadena Mayor, Bill Bogaard, is committed to join us as a keynote listener, along with a number of movers and shakers in town. While you are here, enjoy the FREE "Just Doing Stuff" Transition Town Fair. Visit the Repair Cafe, tour the Throop Learning Garden, taste some yummy soup and bread for lunch. Check out the "Speed Dating for New Ideas" session, you may find your partner for the next great sustainable themed project!  Site: Throop Church Tickets are $5 pre-sale online and $10 at the door.



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