WHAT YOU CAN DO:
2012 Earth Day Events
Because every day is Earth Day...
Many of the organizations listed below host events year-round. Go to their events calendar to find ways to participate any time of the year.
> Find a volunteer opportunity in your community, with Volunteer Washington or Serve.gov
Earth Day Events in your community
Celebrate Earth Day by attending an Earth Day event in your community or volunteering your time to cleanup your favorite park or beach. Events are listed by county and regionally.
| Local |
- Duwamish Alive! Event: Earth Day Celebration (April 21, 10am-2pm at North Wind's Weir)
- Friends of the Cedar River Watershed cleanup event (April 21, 9am-1pm at Cavanaugh Pond Natural Area)
- Green Kirkland Partnership - restoration event (April 21, 9am-12pm at Juanita Bay Park)
- Seward Park Environment and Audubon Center - B'Earth Day, Center Anniversary and Earth Day Celebration (April 21, 10am-3pm)
- City of Sammamish - Family Volunteer Event (April 21, 9am-12pm at Beaver Lake Park)
- Kent Parks - Earth Day (April 21, 9am-12pm at Park Orchard Park)
- Seattle Art Museum – Earth Day for Kids (April 21, 10am-3pm at the Olympia Sculpture Park)
- Earth Ministry - Spring Colleague and Congregational Gathering
(April 21, 9am -12pm at University Temple United Methodist Church)
- City of Bellevue - Earth Day & Arbor Day (April 21, 8:30-1pm at Lewis Creek Park visitor center)
- Various Locations
- Olympic College Electric Vehicle: Past, Present, Future (April 19, 11:30am-12:30pm)
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we have a
to protect our planet,
~ Gov. Chris Gregoire
In all things
there is something
of the marvelous.
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