Earth Awareness Month
Earth Day Marin: Create a Better World
Celebrate Earth Day and help create a better world at Earth Day Marin, a free community event on Sunday, April 23rd, 2023 at the Mill Valley Community Center!
You will see some amazing art, hear inspiring talks, play fun games and enjoy good music at this special community event. And you will learn about actions we can take to save ourselves and our planet, such as: use clean energy, eat sustainably, live lightly and build healthy communities.
Earth Day Marin invites people of all ages to join playful activities to imagine a more just and sustainable world -- and to take action to make it happen.
Come celebrate Earth Day with us! Bring your family, friends and neighbors for this fun outdoors celebration of what we can do together to protect our environment and our future.
This event is produced by Green Change with Mill Valley Recreation, and dozens of wonderful partners featured on the event page below:
Date: Sunday, April 23rd, 2023
Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Mill Valley Community Center
- Cost: FREE
- Registration Required
- Get Your FREE Tickets Online HERE
- Children under 13 welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult
- For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Earth Month Resources
Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project
You won’t find a photographer capturing these spirited moments of wildlife. In fact, the wildlife themselves caught their daily lives on camera. The photography in the “Casual in Nature” exhibit, like a scene from a storybook, provides a unique glimpse of frolicking foxes, catnapping coyotes, and jumping jackrabbits. The thoughtfully placed motion-activated cameras that were used to collect this information also tell the story of biodiversity and ecosystem well-being. As we find inspiration from these animal “selfies” and contemplate the wonder and beauty of the natural world in which we share, we are also reminded of our responsibility to protect it. View the "Casual in Nature" Photo Exhibit
The Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project is partially funded by Parks Measure A. The quarter-cent sales tax, approved by voters in 2012, supports projects and programs that benefit parks, open space and agricultural lands across Marin. For more information visit www.marincountyparks.org
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