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    Earth Day Celebration

    SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017
    10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Zoo is open until 4:00 pm

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    Participate In The Earth Day Celebration

    Reserve a booth, volunteer, or donate goods or money

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    Celebration Activities And Food

    Enjoy a day of live music education, games, local foods, crafts and displays. Visit the Zoo.

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    Earth Day Contests

    Participate for Prizes
    Poster, Quilt Block and Essay Contest
    Trashin' Fashion Contest
    Recyclable Trash Sculpture and Arcade Contest

Plan now to attend the annual Earth Day Celebration

Template image Enjoy a day of live music, conservation education, games, crafts and displays by local clubs and organizations. Zoo admission will be free for children 12 and under with purchase of an adult ticket and a can of food for the Idaho Falls Food Bank or one of the recyclable items listed below.

Parking restrictions will be in effect for the Earth Day Celebration. The main parking lot is the Elk Pasture, west of the Zoo off of Rolandet.

Earth Day Celebration sponsored by the Eastern Idaho Environmental Education Association (EIEEA). www.eieea.org / EIEEA brochure

2016 Photos on Flickr




Things to Know

These items will be accepted at Recycle Row

  • Cell phones
  • Printer ink cartridges
  • Used coats
  • Used books
  • Used bikes
  • Electronics
  • Rechargeable and alkaline batteries
  • Eyeglasses
  • Crayons
  • Bikes





Cool Things at Earth Day

  • Challenge Course Run
  • Food from local vendors - Affogatos Coffee, Grandpa's Southern Barbeque, Frosty Gator, Winder's Funnel Cakes, Sergio's Delights, Park Avenue Grill
  • Earth Day Recyclable Art Sculpture Contest - Bring your recyclable art sculpture to the Celebration by 10:00 am.   Entries will be judged by the public during the day and prizes awarded at 2:30 pm.
  • Kid's Crafts - Make a insect buddy, decorate a flower pot, make an Earth necklace, participate in a scavenger hunt, make an Edible Aquifer, and MORE!
Template image NIE Earth Day Insert

The Earth Day 2016 insert was published in the Post Register. Party for the Planet