Earth Day Events Galore

From dining on local food and organic wine to cleaning up the Anacostia to the Climate Rally on the Mall, there’s something for everyone this week to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day on Thursday.

Here are a few more excellent sources for all that’s green and happening this week.

The Natural Capital offers their top picks for celebrating Earth Day with a focus on outdoor activities.

Donna Childress over at We Love DC has pulled together a nearly exhaustive list of Earth Day activities from Green Drinks to the Sweetlife Festival to several green film screenings.

Did we miss something? Feel free to add in the “comments” section.

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  1. Earth Day and EPA@40 Celebration

    EPA is having a huge celebration this weekend for the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and EPA on the National Mall between 4th and 7th Streets.

    In addition to interactive, fun and educational exhibits related to environmental protection for children, there will also be a performance and speaker stage. EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson is scheduled to appear at the EPA Earth Day tent on Saturday between 12pm-2pm

    Some fun exhibits you can see are:
    The Carbon Wheel of Fortune, spin the wheel and learn ways you can reduce your carbon footprint.
    “Thirstin” shows children the importance of protecting drinking water.
    Show your kids the basics of a science experiment! We’ll use simple things like baking soda and rock salt to show how chemicals can interact.

    When: Saturday, April 24, 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday, April 25, 10 am – 5 pm

    Where: Between 4th and 7th Streets NW on the National Mall, Washington D.C., one block away from the Earth Day Network events.

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