Join us for our annual Earth Day Celebration on the Greenway on Saturday, April 21st. Festivities will kick off with an opening ceremony at 11a near the Dairy Barn, with events continuing until 3p. Other events and activities will include border collie demonstrations, cane pole fishing, canoeing & kayaking, face painting, lead-line horse rides and meet-and-greets with our farm animals. Enjoy FREE entry to the Greenway during this event.
Events are located at the Greenway’s Dairy Barn entrance, 288 Dairy Barn Lane. For more information or to volunteer, please email [email protected]
Canoeing, kayaking and cane-pole fishing
Border Collie demonstrations
Guided nature and history hikes
The "Recycled Runway" Competition seeks to promote the use of recycled, reusable and renewable materials in creative and artistic ways, while raising environmental and waste awareness among the entrants and those who view the costumes. This year's theme is Endangered Animals! Visit bit.ly/2F0RHA5 to sign up. Please see below for all 2018 showcase details!
All costumes must be worn at the Earth Day Celebration. This can include, but is not limited to: cardboard, aluminum, plastics, paper, steel/tin, Styrofoam, paper bags, glass, and recycled fabric. The use of glue, tape, and paint may be used in small amounts to only enhance the costume. Footwear, jewelry and other accessories must also be primarily made from recyclable, reusable and renewable materials. Showcase costumes made from recyclable, reusable and renewable materials.
RECYCLED ART SHOW
Your art project can be two or three dimensional. This includes paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, collages, etc. Use any
recycled materials to create an original masterpiece! Can be any size (within reason). All art projects will be displayed on the Comporium Ampitheater stage for everyone to view. Let us know if you need to have a table to display it. Must be able to fit in your car!
EARTH DAY POETRY
Submit any type poem with an Earth Day theme (nature, recycling, environment, awareness, etc.). Several will be selected to read on stage during our Earth Day celebration!