Saturday, September 21, 10:00 AM Alameda Park for the Rally, March down State St. to the SB Pier for photoNationally and locally we need to accelerate clean energy and drop dirty oil projects like the Keystone XL pipeline and local carbon-intensive drilling like the Santa Maria Energy project. Join concerned citizens in a national day of opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline on Saturday, September 21st. To send a clear message to President Obama to drop the Keystone project, meet 350 and its partners at Alameda Park at 10:00 am for speeches. At 10:30 am we'll take to the sidewalk for a peaceful march down past the County Administration Building (Sunken Gardens) to show opposition to local dirty energy development and then onto State Street, ending at Stearn's Wharf/West Beach (to the right of the pier when you are facing the ocean) at 12:00 pm, where we'll stop for a photo opportunity. For folks who want a shorter march, please congregate on the corner of Cota St. and State St. at 11:15 am. The march will pick you up on our way to the beach. Or, meet us at the beach at 12:00 to join in the demonstration photo. Our photo will demonstrate our opposition to Keystone and join thousands of others around the country that will be sent to President Obama. Speakers before, during and after the march will include State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, local climate reality activist Katie Davis, Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider, Linda Krop from EDC, State Assemblyman Das Williams, and SBCC student body president Elie Katzenson. After the march, you can take the electric Waterfront Trolley back to your car for 50 cents.Santa Barbara, CA 93101You'll be able to see the meeting link and contact the event host after you RSVP.