22. April 2017 - 12:00 till 17:00
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Earth Day Celebration | Centennial Park | Saturday, 22. April 2017

Glenwood Springs is hosting this free, family-friendly event with live entertainment throughout the day to celebrate the sustainable efforts that the Roaring Fork Valley is working toward. Join us on Earth Day - April 22nd, to help our community focus on the local efforts in sustainability.

This sustainable community event features exhibits and hands-on activities aimed at educating our community about protecting our environment and living green. With many family-friendly booths; hosted by community groups, local businesses, environmental organizations and government agencies, the Earth Day Celebration is a fun festival for all ages.

Festival Highlights

Community Bike Ride – Join in on the community bike ride starting in Two Rivers Park, continue along the River Trail across the new 14th Street Pedestrian Bridge, coming back along Midland, and finishing at the event. The ride is just over 2.5 miles. Bike Corral parking is available at the event.

Citywide Spring Clean – April 22, 2017 will be Glenwood Springs’s Citywide Spring Clean event and we need YOUR help to spruce up Glenwood Springs! Learn more and organize a clean-up in your neighborhood.

Earth Day Stage Schedule – Live music Line-up (Coming Soon!)

Green Gardens – Come find out more about our local community gardens and how you can start a garden at home. Free children’s activities!

Usable Clothing, Shoes and Books – Bring usable clothing, shoes and books for donation to Centennial Park.

Recycling & Disposal Drop-off Opportunities – This year at the Glenwood Springs Earth Day Festival, you will be able to recycle and/or properly dispose of some of your household goods.

Unused or Expired Pharmaceuticals – Bring your unused or expired pharmaceuticals for safe and proper disposal in Centennial Park with the Glenwood Springs Police Department.

Creative Supplies – visit the Reuse village and bring any creative supplies (check out a list of creative supplies) for Turnip Green Creative Reuse. They also take ink and toner cartridges and used cell phones.

Children’s Educational Activities – Many of the Earth Day exhibitors have a special educational activity for children.