Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Citywide Earth Day Celebration April 1

April 1, 2006
Great American Clean Up
9 - 11:30 a.m.
We invite you to help Greensboro Beautiful give the City a spring cleaning as part of the Great American Cleanup. Please volunteer to join your friends and neighbors, cleaning up our neighborhoods, roadsides, parks, and other littered areas. Contact Lynne Leonard at 373-2957, or Lynne.Leonard@greensboro-nc.gov to participate.

April 1, 2006
Greensboro City Celebration of Earth Day
Kathleen Clay Edwards Library
12 - 5:00 p.m.
Bring your litter-free picnic lunch, and enjoy a fun-filled day learning about our environment at Kathleen Clay Edwards Library, on Price Park Drive, behind Jefferson Elementary School. To exhibit, or for more information, contact Yvonne Foust at 373-2053 or fousty@greensboro-nc.gov, or Melanie Buckingham at 373-2923 or Melanie.buckingham@greensboro-nc.gov.

Prizes will be awarded for the first one-hundred displayed litter-free picnic lunches…Get Creative, you can Eat it All!

From Noon to 1pm, Have your litter-free picnic lunch while you enjoy music with local bands, gospel music and Radio Disney.

From 1p.m. - 5 p.m., Enjoy and learn from interactive exhibits, art, guided hikes and garden tours. Visit the Master Gardener Learning Station. Kids can enjoy nature crafts, live animals and face painting. Explore hybrid and alternative vehicles, teen challenge events, solar exhibits, food samples, Geocaching, hayrides, orienteering and much more.

Slow Food will have a information table. Slow Food members, please contact Laurie by email if you would like to volunteer to staff the table for an hour or so.

2 comments:

diane said...

Don't forget:
Guilford Solar Communities
Program presentation of Kilowatt Ours


Kilowatt Ours is a film about electrical energy production in America.
It highlights our current reliance on coal-burning power plants, taking
you on a tour of coal mining practices in the Appalachians. The view is
unsettling. From mountaintop removal, to the production of haze, to
mercury poisoning, to global warming, the lesson is clear: the coal-fired
production of electric power is bad news.

But Kilowatt Ours is really about alternatives-about energy conservation and the production of clean, renewable energy. The film shows you how you can adopt and promote these alternatives. And it shows you how to save money in the process.

Join the GSCP folks on Saturday, April 1, at 10am, at the Guilford
County Agricultural Center, 3309 Burlington Road, in Greensboro.
The showing will be held in the Barn Kitchen and Meeting Room

From downtown Greensboro, take East Market Street past Huffine Mill Road (East Market Street becomes Burlington Road) The Ag Center is just beyond that intersection on the left.

Laurie O'Neill said...

Thanks, Diane!