Wonderful West Valley Earth Day Events
Did you know? Only twenty-seven percent of newspapers in the U.S. are recycled. If they were all recycled it would save one quarter of a billion trees EVERY YEAR. Today is Earth Day and it’s important to help raise awareness of the impact we have on the environment and what can be done about it today and every day. Whether you make a small change at home or volunteer in your west valley community, there are many great ways to help preserve our living planet. Here are some wonderful West Valley Earth Day events happening today.
Green Fest: Under the theme "Practical Sustainability", Estrella Mountain Community College located at 3000 N Dysart Rd in Avondale is hosting a Green Fest event for Wednesday, April 22nd from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sustainable organizations and vendors will be on site to incorporate educational components showing their students and community how they can implement sustainability in their day-to-day life. This will be an outdoors event with booths set up from various organizations. Click here for details.
Earth Day Family Movie: Celebrate Earth Day by joining White Tank Mountains Regional Park for a showing of the animated film, "The Lorax" Wednesday, April 22nd from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Nature Center classroom located at 20304 W. White Tank Mountain Rd. in Waddell. Popcorn will be provided, or bring your own snacks (no glass bottles, please). Each family will receive a packet of wildflower seeds to sow and grow. Click here for more information.
Regardless of how you celebrate Earth Day and Earth Week, please enjoy ways to spread awareness about our environment and how we can protect if for years to come! – Joe
The Bourland Group
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