Mobilize the Earth
This year’s Earth Day celebration will have all the fun of previous years, with music, speakers, open mic sessions, great t-shirts, and lots of community involvement at the Keene Recreational Center. Events and activities occurring throughout the week culminate with the festival hosted by Keene Recreational Center. In addition, in keeping with this year’s theme, “Healthy Communities, Healthy Planet,” we’re also planning service projects, workshops, nature walks, kid’s events, and more. Mobilize your family, co-workers and neighbors to come out a join together working towards a healthy community and healthy planet.
Community service projects will run throughout the week of April 15-21. Come and join us at the 2012 Monadnock Earth Day Festival celebrating our planet and community at the Keene Recreational Center from 9am to 4pm on April 21st.
All events are free and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you there! For more information about the Monadnock Earth Festival, please contact Lisa Yeaw.
Ashuelot Park and Robin Hood Parks will be home to this year’s Story Trails. Stories are self-guided and will be available for viewing thru May.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Bird Watching Walk with Will Broussard
Ashuelot Park River Park, 8am
Join Will Broussard of Antioch University for a stroll thru Ashuelot Park Park, a premiere birding location, and enjoy the morning chirps while the park awakens. Will suggests bringing along your binoculars if you have them.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Container Gardening Workshop
Antioch University’s Sustainability and Social Justice Committee will host two workshops on herb/container gardening. Discover tips to growing a garden in a container. Veggies on your patio or berries on the counter you will surely enjoy the fruits of your labor. Materials provided. For more info, contact Rachel Brett at email@example.com
Tapped: Viewing and Discussion
Keene Public Library 7-9pm
The documentary Tapped explores our use of water and encourages the consideration of water transportation. After viewing, Megan Straughen of Antioch University’s Think Outside the Bottle Group will lead a short discussion of the documentary and how we can make a difference.
Earth Friendly Reading Circle
10:30 – 11:30am Reading Circle for children ages 1