(Photo | Courtesy of the Environmental Center)
The annual Earth Day Fair & Parade is a colorful celebration of the natural world. It’s a day to learn, teach, inspire and celebrate how each person can contribute to a healthy community and sustainable planet.
PARADE / starts at 11:30am
Meet at 11am at the corner of Louisiana and Bond St.; parade starts at 11:30am. Led by B Side Brass Band and three beautiful Earth Guardians, designed by local artist Teafly. (Please, no words on costumes or signs.)
FAIR / 12-3pm
The fair takes place along Kansas Ave. and on Troy Field. Features interactive games and activities for families, electric vehicle demos, music from Maxwell Friedman Group, and several local organizations & businesses that share environmental values.
Can you lend a hand to make this event a success? We still need folks to monitor zero waste stations and to help with the Earth Guardians. Sign up here.
Costume Making Workshops
Get ready for the parade at an upcoming costume workshop:
- Monarch Wings | Hosted by Deschutes Land Trust and Base Camp Studio
When: Sunday, April 14, 10am-1pm and Wednesday, April 17, 3-6pm
Where: Base Camp Studio — 2531 NE Studio Rd. in Bend
- Elephant Masks | Hosted by Debra Fisher
When: Saturday, April 6 from 12-2pm
Where: The Environmental Center — 16 NW Kansas Ave. in Bend
Worthy Brewing Celebration
After the fair wraps up, head over to Worthy Brewing for their Earth Day Celebration. Proceeds benefit The Environmental Center! More info here.