Join us for the second annual Water Harvest Festival— held in memory and celebration of Vaidehi Campbell Williams—on October 20th from 11-3pm at Anna Jean Cummings Park, also known as Blue Ball Park in Soquel. This will be a fun family oriented festival to celebrate our local water resources. Companies and environmental organizations will come together to share their knowledge and resources with engaging activity tents and interactive displays about water.
There will be arts and crafts, educational activities, acoustic music, and food trucks. Last year Soquel Creek Water District did bubble printing, the Resource Conservation District hosted a fish printing activity and County Parks made little paper watersheds. The Museum of Discovery ran a water use relay race, Save Our Shores had kids spray rain on the toy watershed model, and the Mid-County Groundwater Agency ran the groundwater flow model. There was also information about trout fishing, animals in our water sheds, water wise landscaping, water purification, rain harvesting, and greywater.
The festival is being coordinated by Soquel Creek Water District in partnership with Santa Cruz County Parks, Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County and Save Our Shores.