In case you didn’t know, this Saturday is Earth Day! And what a glorious day it shall be. Below we have rounded up a number of events in the greater Denver Metropolitan area for you to attend, depending on what you’re looking for. But no matter what city you’re there is going to be plenty of outdoor events that you should drop in for to celebrate our planet and connect with your community. If that still isn’t your style, you can always take a good ole e-bike ride in the sunshine to say thanks for all this beautiful planet does for us.
Cherry Creek Clean Up
If you’ve never participated in a cleanup, Earth Day is a great time to get started. You’ll be amazed at how good taking care of the land you live on and connecting with your community will have you feeling. On Saturday, volunteer and clean up the bike-walk path that goes along Cherry Creek, an area that many live, work and play! To Find out more about the event look here.
Earth Day Denver
If you're a Denver resident interested in integrating more sustainable practices to your household, e-bike over the to Earth Day Denver event. There are going to be vendors from all industries who focus on renewable energy who are going to be. To find our more about the event and register, go here.
Denver Earth Day
Join the Sierra Club in celebrating mother nature at the Colorado State Capitol. At this free outdoor event, there will be Music, yoga, and many activities from 11-4 pm.
Attend the March For Science
On Saturday there will be two March for Sciences, in the Greater Denver Area. One in Denver at the Civic Center, and one in Boulder at the Central Park Band Shelter. The March for Science is a nationwide event that intends to promote and celebrate every way in which science affects our daily lives for the better. For more information visit the March For Science website.
Let Your Garden Grow
Looking to get your hands in some dirt? There’s an event for you! Ride your e-bike over to join Project C.U.R.E. for their Let Your Garden Grow plant sale and watercolor painting activities! Grab some plants to support the local non-profit, and then head home to put down your new roots. For more information, visit this page.
The Race Against Extinction
Whether you’re a dedicated runner, casual e-bike rider, or a passionate swimmer you can participate in this worldwide race kicking off on Earth Day. Race Against Extinction raises money to protect what remains of the Polar Bears population. Visit their website to learn more about how it works and how you can participate.
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