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.