The 22nd annual Woodbury Earth Day Festival will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 11 AM to 4 PM at Hollow Park in beautiful Woodbury. As the largest Earth Day celebration in Connecticut, you won’t want to miss this FREE fun celebration with earth-friendly activities for the entire family!
Woodbury Earth Day features 100+ vendors, a Main Stage, a Community Stage, a Kids’ Activities Tent, and some of the best food trucks in Connecticut. Among the many talented performers and engaging presentations, Kristen Graves and The Wool Hats will rock the audience while Bring the Hoopla gets them moving.
While thinking global and acting local, visitors will enjoy a lively vendor fair including artisans, farmers and growers, environmental organizations, and home improvement services. Visitors will also enjoy demonstrations and activities like the Live Birds of Prey presented by Audubon Sharon and a yoga class offered by Fit to Flow Yoga. G-Monkey, Fryborg, Hardcore Sweet, Tipsy Cone, Raw Youniverse, and several others will be serving up your favorite eats to help fuel you through the day.
“We are proud to be an event that focuses on supporting our local economy while also protecting and improving the nature of our communities, our land and water, and ourselves” said Carol Haskins, Woodbury Earth Day Chair.
Woodbury Earth Day is presented under the leadership of the Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition, a Woodbury-based environmental non-profit organization, with support from a dedicated team of community volunteers.
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