Saturday Apr 16 2011 comments A Celebration of Earth By: Press-Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Lineman Sean Murphy, of the Roseville Electrical Department, simulates a pole-top rescue of an injured co-worker. Spencer De Dao, 3, center, laughs during the puppet show, "The 3 Easter Bunnies Gruff." His grandmother, Joyce De Dao, left, and Molly Carruth 4, of Roseville, also enjoy the puppet show. Food sculptures are displayed that were created at the Placer Arts AGROart Produce Playground. Dr. Solar entertains children with ventriloquism and teaches them about ways to preserve the planet. Dr. Solar entertains children with ventriloquism and teaches them about ways to preserve the planet. Gabe Kerschner, of Wild Things, talks to the audience about his rattle snake, Precious. Pronounced "Preciousssssss," she was injured in when someone seriously cut her tail by accident with a weed eater while doing lawn work. Kerschner educated the audience about rattle snakes, and basically said, if you them alone, they'll leave you alone. Food sculptures are displayed that were created at the Placer Arts AGROart Produce Playground. Gabe Kerschner, of Wild Things, talks to the audience about his turkey vulture, Wizard. Wizard was shot in the wing, and while having recovered, has limited flying ability. Actors from the Crane Culture Theater preform in "Sadako and the Thousand Cranes" play about calling for world peace just after World War II. The story follows a Japanese girl who develops leukemia after the atomic bomb was dropped on Japan. Ethan Elias, 5, takes in a Bee display at the Celebrate the Earth Festival Saturday. He watches how the bees interact in their hive. The bug for bugs, the Volkswagen Pest Management Bug was transformed to become an interactive learning center about bugs. Wyatt Thurman, 5, of Antelope, creates a food sculpture at the Placer Arts AGROart Produce Playground. Woodcreek High students Rusty Carver, left, Sammy Bentley and Mona Villamayor of the Rammonas entertain the crowd at the Celebrate the Earth Festival with a cover of KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree."