2019 Water Harvest Festival

Celebrating Water for Tomorrow

Join in the fun at West Basin's 2019 Water Harvest Festival! This year, we are celebrating "Water for Tomorrow" with a free and fun water education event for the whole family!As part of the festivities, West Basin will be offering fun water education activities, food, games, stage shows, kids costume contest, a chance to enter into our grand prize giveaway and so much more. See you there! For more information, see below:

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
WhereEdward C. Little Water Recycling Facility 
1935 S. Hughes Way | El Segundo, CA 90245

 


Sponsored in part by:

Sponsors as of October 18, 2019


Schedule of Events 

10:00 am      Event Begins
10:15 am      Stage Show #1, Tours begin
10:35 am Garden Corner Seminar #1
10:45 am Stage Show #2
10:50 am Garden Corner Seminar #2
11:25 am Kids Costume Contest
12:05 pm Stage Show #3
12:30 pm Stage Show #4
1:00 pm Garden Corner Seminar #3, Rain Barrel Giveaway
1:15 pm Opportunity Drawing, Garden Corner Seminar #4
2:00 pm Event Ends

Participating Booths

Look forward to these fun, interactive & educational booths including carnival games, face painting and more!

Beach Cities Cycling Club Bye Bye Mattress
California Water Service City of Inglewood
Golden State Water Company LA County Vector Control
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Manhattan Beach Roundhouse Aquarium
UC Master Gardeners Water Replenishment District
Discovery Cube Swift Games
South Bay Environmental Services Center Photo Booth Affair
Manufacturers Bank Surfrider Foundation
LA Maritime Institute Face Painting
West Basin - Water for Tomorrow West Basin - Water Conservation
West Basin - Water Recycling West Basin - Garden Corner
Reptile Petting Zoo El Segundo Police 
El Segundo Fire Department Mychal's Learning Place

Public Parking and Shuttle

  • General public parking is available at the structure located at 1960 Grand Ave. Shuttles will be running every 15 minutes and will take guests from the parking structure to the event entrance.
  • A limited number of handicap spaces will be available along Hughes Way, indicated by cones.


Public Transportation

Whether you are coming from the South Bay area, the beach cities or West Los Angeles, there are multiple public transportation lines available to get to Water Harvest. 

If Commuting From: Take:
City of Long Beach Metro Bus Line 232*
City of Carson Carson Circuit to the Gardena GTrans Line 3*
Beach Cities (Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach) Beach Cities Trans Line 109*
City of Torrance Torrance Transit Line 8
Culver City Culver City Bus Line 6

Make sure to check out corresponding transportation service websites to confim the line schedules and any transfers. We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 Water Harvest Festival!

*Transfers are required to get to final destination. 

For additional transportation options such as carpooling, biking and driving, visit South Bay Travel Pal in partnership with South Bay Cities Council of Government.