Earth Day - April 19 - continued
Earth Day at GSU offers something for everyone. The event includes music, exhibits, demonstrations, wild animal exhibits, a children’s theater production, and organic food served on eco-friendly products. The event is free and open to the public.
The exhibit and demonstrations will be held on the patio and along the pathway next to GSU’s lake. They include a range of Earth friendly products and processes such as composting, bee keeping, products created from recyclable materials, sustainable gardening, herbs, and organic foods. Big Run Wolf Ranch will also provide a display of wild animals, including wolves and a bear.
The Kidsworks Touring Theater will present an interactive performance celebrating conservation, from 11 a.m. to 11:45, in the Center for Performing Arts. In the Hall of Governors, an exhibit will feature student artwork made from recycled materials.
In addition, natural history tours will take participants to the university’s biology field station. Tours of the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park will also be offered.
Earth Day at GSU will also include recycling stations for batteries, pharmaceuticals, and cell phones.
The Biology Club’s Thorn Creek clean-up is scheduled for Tuesday, April 17. A mound of debris collected from the creek will be on display at the GSU Earth Day celebration.
Earth Day is sponsored by the GSU Sustainability Committee.