Event: Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration

Earth Day is a celebration of our natural community, focusing on environmental education and stewardship.

click to enlarge The Miami Valley Council for Native Americans Drum Circle
The Miami Valley Council for Native Americans Drum Circle

Earth Day is a celebration of our natural community, focusing on environmental education and stewardship. And from traditional Native American drum circles to scavenger hunts and a petting zoo, Cincinnati’s 44th Earth Day party has a lot to offer. More than 7,000 people attended last year’s event, so expect a big turnout for a day filled with earth-friendly vendors, educational activities, live music and a beer garden. The day will include recycled costume contests, environmental awards, a lecture series on topics including the streecar, benefits of hemp and the little and big Miami rivers, plus a parade. Live music will be peppered throughout the day with performances by Flat Mountain Ramblers, Twig & Leaf, Hickory Robot and See You in the Funnies. 


Noon-5 p.m. Free. Sawyer Point, Downtown, cincinnatiearthday.com. 

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