Friday, April 21st
Physical Fitness Center
9am to 1pm
There will be a scavenger hunt, booths by various organizations in the area and a presentation by community leaders. This event is geared toward children and will have activities and information designed to engage the youth of our community. Click here for a map to the venue.
10pm to 2am
Celebrate Earth Day at The Marlin with the 2nd Annual Midnight Sun Brewing Company Completely Trashed Fashion Show. Create your own recycled look using any one time use or recycled items. The Fashion show starts just after 10pm, tell us about your outfit as you walk it off for the crowd. Prizes for Best Attire Overall, Best Re-Use of an Item and much more! Stick around for dancing and taste some special brews from Midnight Sun.
Saturday, April 22nd
Randy Smith Middle School
10am to 1pm
This is a satellite march of the March for Science DC and the hundreds of other marches planned across our planet. We will celebrate our passion for science, and defend our ability to collect and disseminate data and other scientific information without interference.
For more information, check out their Facebook page.
Barnette Elementary School
12pm to 4pm
This event is for the entire community and will have activities and information for all ages. Click here for a flier with more information. Feel free to print out the flier and post around the community to raise awareness for this celebration.
Come out for food, music, workshops, fun activities for kids and much more!
Interested in volunteering? Click here to sign up!
Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitor’s Center
2pm to 3pm
Celebrate Earth Day by learning about the fascinating wildlife in Madagascar. Philip Martin will share tales from his recent travel. Bring the kids because there is a fun-filled kid’s activity in the nearby classroom from 1:30-3:30pm.