Earth Day was officially April 22, but the Festival is still to come! The Partnership is hosting a table this Sunday, April 28th from 12 – 5 PM at the Durham City Earth Day Festival. Stop by Durham Central Park, 501 Foster St. to enjoy all day performances and tons of fun activities.
The Durham County Library will be on site with their awesome Bookmobile. Participants can take advantage of this mobile service, where they can register and even receive a free book. Get your very own library card onsite!
Participants can make their own parade percussion instruments and dress up as their favorite plant or animal. The parade line up begins at 2:55 p.m. The parade starts at 3 p.m. sharp!
Come hungry! We will have a variety of food trucks available including CocoCrissi Tropical Icee’s, Cool Breezes, Myrrona, MexiArepa Grill, Mr. A’s Beignets, Fatboys Kitchen, Bel’le Full Vending, and Party In a Pita.
Don’t forget to bring your refillable water bottle! The Durham H2O 2 Go Hydration Station will be on site offering fresh drinking water to event attendees.
Festival goers will enjoy a showcase of environmentally friendly businesses and organizations sharing information and resources with the community. Attendees will browse and shop from our local, hand-made green goods, crafts, and visit the stage to hear and see more…
Participants are encouraged to “go green” by biking, walking, skating, carpooling or riding GoDurham to the festival. Festival goers can come out and see some of the latest hybrid vehicles on the market, sponsored by Michael Jordan Nissan.
Members of Durham’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission will host a valet bicycle parking service. Located near the corner of Foster and Hunt Streets – ride in and check your bicycle for free! Bike Durham will be on site to check your bike for safety and teach you how to change a flat!
Sponsored by Keep Durham Beautiful and Compost Now
Festival goers and vendors will go green when they dispose of their waste at the Zero waste stations. Each station will have areas to sort, recycle, reuse, compost, and trade materials. “It’s easy being green” with the Zero-Waste project for a trash-free festival.
If you’ve ever dreamed of climbing a mountain, now’s your chance! Nurture your inner adrenaline junkie and get a good workout by climbing our 28-foot high rock climbing wall. The hydraulic belay system ensures everyone will have a safe climb.
Kids will have a blast while engaging with the natural world! Featuring hands-on activities from: Music Explorium, Durham County Library (Story Walk), Museum of Life and Science, School House of Wonder, Family Literacy and Community Services, and Child Care Services Association. Also included will be Bookmobile of Durham, City of Durham Fire Department, and Face Painting.
To volunteer for the Partnership at this event please click here!