Earth Day Events
How are you going to celebrate Earth Day? There are a lot of great local events this week to help you appreciate Mother Nature. Stop by Sierra College Nevada County Campus today, Wednesday, April 20th today from 10am-3pm at the Bell Tower Squad to check out vendors, entertainment and activities. Celebrate Earth Day one day early with SYRCL at the State of the Yuba, and find out how you can get involved to protect the watershed this summer season. The event takes place at the Peace Lutheran Church in downtown Grass valley, click here for more info. BriarPatch Co-op welcomes you and the kids to stop by the store on Friday afternoon, seed planting, face painting by Alice De Lite and an opportunity to talk to local environmental groups. And while you’re there you can take advantage of their bulk foods sale, bring your own container and stock up! Additional events this week include the Earth Day Bear River Celebration this weekend. Leeann Brook is having an artist reception for her new Where On Earth Earth Day inspired show Friday from 6-9pm, click here for more info. And Fable Coffee is offering a discount for anyone who brings in their own cup on Friday. If you want to get outside and take some photos, don’t forget about the Instameet photo walk at 49 Bridge on Friday evening, click here for more information on that free event. Get inspired, activated and involved this Earth Day season.
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This is awesome — thanks for sharing!
Correction… Alice De Lite will be Face Painting at the Briar Patch on Earth Day Fri April 22, not Penny.
I’m glad there are so many local events to celebrate Earth Day!! Thanks for sharing.
No motor day is Sunday at Scott’s Flat Lake! Free sail boat rides and free stand up paddle board demos… No motor boats! 10-4
Thanks for the head’s up.
A new Earth Day Window display is up at Art Works Gallery 113 Mill St. Grass Valley….” EARTH without ART is EH…”
The gallery window will feature in May the visual arts winners of the youth arts contest by SYRCL themed “I Love the Yuba”
Thanks! Eileen Blodgett
Thanks! Will go check it out, love the title.