Celebrate Rogue Valley Earth Day
Saturday, April 25 • 11:00-4:00
ScienceWorks • 1500 E. Main Street • Ashland
Actions matter! It’s true: the actions we take, small and large, really do make a difference. Are there actions you can take to live more sustainably? Come and find out at the Rogue Valley’s annual Earth Day celebration, taking place outdoors at the grounds of ScienceWorks Museum in Ashland. Admission is FREE!
Each year 70+ exhibitors teach about opportunities to create eco-friendly homes, gardens, workplaces and schools. From backyard gardens to solar power, and green building to transportation options, the event is a forum for teaching and learning about the services, programs, products and innovations that generate environmental action locally.
Live, local entertainment, kids crafts, field games and face paints, hula hoops, and community drumming are all part of what make Rogue Valley Earth Day a beloved tradition for families, and a fun and educational experience for people taking steps down the path of sustainability. Local vendors will provide delicious food and beverages for sale. You can help make a zero waste event by bringing a reusable beverage container with you.
Visitors are encouraged to carpool, bike, walk or ride RVTD Route 10 to the event. For more information, visit www.RogueValleyEarthDay.net or call 541.482.6767.