Earth Day Events in the Inland Empire

Big Bear- Earth Day Expo  (42020 Garstin Dr)

April 21, 2017 from 11-2PM

Bear Valley Electric is hosting its 2017 Earth Day Expo on April 21, 2017 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Organizations throughout the valley are partnering with BVES to provide information on the importance of conserving and protecting our planet.

Attendees will receive free LED light bulbs and nightlights, which use 90% less energy than standard incandescent bulbs. Hot dogs fresh off the grill, snacks and waters will also be free to all event attendees.

ClaremontEarth Day Celebration ( Along 2nd Street in Claremont Village)

April 22 from 10-3pm

Green Products Demonstrations, Live Music, local schools & colleges demonstrations, food trucks, kids activities.

Lake ElsinoreClean Extreme (Lake Elsinore Outlets- 17600 Collier Ave)

April 22 from 7-2PM

Join the community to improve Collier Ave from Nichols Rd to Riverside Drive. Free BBQ lunch!

Summerlake Park ( 900 W. Broadway)

6-10PM

In celebration of Earth Day, we are hosting a fair that promotes this year’s theme, Environmental & Climate Literacy.  Partake in a scavenger hunt, play games, create arts & crafts, educate yourself with fun tips on how you can help the environment and watch a showing of “Wall-E”, rated G. This is a free event for all.

MurrietaEarth Day Arts & Music Festival (Waterwise Designs 41034 Elm St)

April 22nd from 10-4PM

Arts, food trucks, All donations will be used to bring art related community events to Murrieta, showcasing local artists of all forms

OntarioEarth Day Celebration (Westwind Community Center-2425 E. Riverside Drive)

April, 21st from 4-5PM

Join us as we celebrate Mother Earth! Recycled themed crafts, games, snacks and fun for all! All Ages.

RiversideEarth Day 2017 (California Citrus Park- 9400 Dufferin)

April 22, 2017 from 9-12:30pm

•Weeding, raking, and removal of downed fruit and other organic tree debris in the orchard. This project will include bagging and hauling removed debris to provided dumpsters.
•Trail work on approximately 1 mile of trail within the park. Volunteers will use mcclouds, shovels, and rakes to fix ruts, perform repair to bender board, and fill holes and ruts with decomposed granite along the trail.
•Picking fruit or gleaning the trees as to prevent tree damage, promote future fruit growth, and prevent loss of fruit due to fall and rot. Fruit will be donated to volunteers and any additional fruit will be donated as needed to other charity organizations

RedlandsEarth Day (Ed Hales Park-101 E State Street)

April 22nd from 10-1PM

Live Music! Earth Day activities! Fun Giveaways! The City of Redlands Water Conservation and Recycling will have great water conservation information. The Inland Empire Resource Conservation District will also have an exhibit.Additional Participants:
Toyota of Redlands
Redlands Fire Department
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas)
Master Gardeners

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