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Riverbend Earth Day Festival

Saturday, April 14, 2018
12:00pm to 6:00pm

Piasa Harbor
10815 Lockhaven Road
Godfrey, IL 62035
(618) 466-9930


Riverbend Earth Day Festival

The Nature Institute (TNI) is excited to host the 7th annual Riverbend Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from noon to 6 p.m., in partnership with the Great Rivers Land Trust, the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center/Lewis and Clark Community College, and the Sierra Club. This event is FREE and open to all.

This event is sponsored by: Old Bakery Beer Co., The Gateway Gardener, Phillips 66- Wood River, Madison County Planning and Development.

Let's celebrate Earth Day together for this celebration of nature, music, food, and the arts. Guests can participate in organized hiking, enjoy fresh, local foods, and peruse unique goods by local vendors and artists.

Other features will include live music, a children’s activities with nature-inspired arts and crafts, hands-on informational booths, and other opportunities.

We are looking to showcase any nature, conservation or outdoors focused group that would like to share information about their services or provide an educational activity for children or adults. We are also highlighting local eco-artisans at this premier environmental showcase! This event continues to see hundreds of people throughout the day, with our record year’s event brought an estimated 1400 visitors! Think you would like to be a vendor or sponsor this year? Visit the link and register before March 30: https://www.thenatureinstitute.org/events/7th-annual-riverbend-earth-day-festival/

For more information: The Nature Institute (618) 466-9930 info@thenatureinstitute.org


Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring
Riverbend Earth Day Festival

The Nature Institute (TNI) is excited to host the 7th annual Riverbend Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 14, 2018 from noon to 6 p.m., in partnership with the Great Rivers Land Trust, the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center/Lewis and Clark Community College, and the Sierra Club. This event is FREE and open to all.

This event is sponsored by: Old Bakery Beer Co., The Gateway Gardener, Phillips 66- Wood River, Madison County Planning and Development.

Let's celebrate Earth Day together for this celebration of nature, music, food, and the arts. Guests can participate in organized hiking, enjoy fresh, local foods, and peruse unique goods by local vendors and artists.

Other features will include live music, a children’s activities with nature-inspired arts and crafts, hands-on informational booths, and other opportunities.

We are looking to showcase any nature, conservation or outdoors focused group that would like to share information about their services or provide an educational activity for children or adults. We are also highlighting local eco-artisans at this premier environmental showcase! This event continues to see hundreds of people throughout the day, with our record year’s event brought an estimated 1400 visitors! Think you would like to be a vendor or sponsor this year? Visit the link and register before March 30: https://www.thenatureinstitute.org/events/7th-annual-riverbend-earth-day-festival/

For more information: The Nature Institute (618) 466-9930 info@thenatureinstitute.org


Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring

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