Kids in the Garden

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  

Press Contact: Ted Brownstein (lakeworthspirit@aol.com) 

  

Lake Worth Earth Day Festival

2016  

 

Earth Day Fest returns to Lake Worth’s downtown Cultural Plaza on Saturday, April 16th featuring family fun, rescue animal interactions, eco-exhibits, and an exciting line up of live acoustic and jam bands.  

 

The festival runs from noon – 9 PM beginning with children’s activities, crafts, Earth Ball Games,  prizes and a kids’ music circle and an a “all-in” kids’ drum circle. At 4:30PM, the Mayor will read the City’s Earth Day Proclamation, followed by the annual tree giveaway. Late afternoon and evening will feature more adult music.  

 

 

Plan on a day of celebration, music, green exhibits, healthy food and earth-friendly fun. 

 

The Cultural Plaza is located at Lake Avenue and M Street across from the Lake Worth library. Admission is free. 

 

Exhibits will range from county wide water conservation projects to solar energy, home gardening, rain barrels and Florida wildlife. Contact Brian Kirsch at briankirsch7@gmail.com for more information about vendor space, provided free to nonprofits.  

 

The tree-giveaway (Lake Worth residents only) will be by drawing. Be sure to register at the LW Tree Board Tent.  

 

The Lake Worth Earth Day Festival is presented by Kiwanis Club of Lake Worth and Gray Mockingbird Community Garden. It is sponsored by Siemens, Florida Sugar Cane League, the Downtown Cultural Alliance, Lake Worth Interfaith Network, Betty Resch esq, Lake Worth Herald, Macaroni Kid, Mel & Vinnie and the City of Lake Worth.