Green Day festival draws visitors despite the gloom


Despite the drizzle, “It’s A Green Day Festival” drew visitors to Scripps Park on Sunday. The event is part of a multi-city campaign dedicated to connecting people to resources and information for a greener planet, life with a focus on the dawning era of creativity, and innovation in green technology — also known as clean technology.

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