Free Earth Day Celebration features fun, music, and education
at The Oregon Garden
SILVERTON, OR—Looking for an fun way to celebrate the upcoming 49th annual Earth Day? Then head out to The Oregon Garden in Silverton for the 2018 Earth Day Fair. It will take place on April 21, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This is the only day of the year that admission to The Oregon Garden is free to all.
The day will feature a number of earth-focused activities and presentations which include: how to master backyard composting, drive an electric car, make your own reusable bag, and create your own seed starter pot. Visitors are invited to enjoy The Oregon Garden’s 80-acre botanical garden, featuring more than 20 specialty gardens.
Educational exhibitors, along with several non-profit and student groups, will be located in the Garden’s Grand Hall. The celebration highlights music from the Early College High School Emaa Da drumming band, Bush Elementary Marimba Band, and the Woodburn High School Mariachi Band. Local food vendors will also offer a variety of tasty items for purchase.
Free parking and shuttle service will be offered from the gravel lot north of Roth’s Fresh Market in Silverton, and free parking is offered at Robert Frost Elementary. On-site parking is available for $5.00.
Visit www.oregongarden.org for additional details. The 2018 Earth Day Fair is presented by Marion County Public Works Environmental Services, Oregon Department of Energy, The Izaac Walton League, and The Oregon Garden.
Marion County Environmental Services