Not sure how to celebrate this year’s Earth Day? Check out these events all around the Boston area!
It’s A Movement Yoga Class- April 22nd
Celebrate the Earth by connecting to it with a vinyasa yoga class. Take the time to feel connected to the Earth and all that nature offers to us. Find more info HERE.
North Attleboro Park Cleanup- April 22nd
Starting at 11am, help clean up Community Field, Mason Field, and WWI Park. Find more info HERE.
Authors in Conversation: Anja Kampmann and Amy Brady-April 22nd
The Center for German and European Studies and the Goethe-Institut Boston are hosting a conversation between German author Anja Kampmann and Amy Brady. It will explore how contemporary fiction addresses issues of climate change. Find more info HERE.
Planting Seeds of Peace: an EarthDay Sunset Meditation- April 22nd
This event is an interfaith celebration connecting all people around our united reverence for nature and care for the environment. Join them at 6:30pm for a time of prayer, reflection, and mindful practices as we seek peace for our planet and all people. Find more info HERE.
Earth Day Celebration- April 22nd
Be Well Be Here’s 3-part series celebrates earth’s beauty through mindful wellBEing practices that explore our connection to nature. Includes easy meditation for restful sleep, an Earth Day Walk, and engage in writing practices that honor life on earth. Find more info HERE.
Our Connection with Nature Art Exhibition- April 23rd
Gallery Sitka’s annual Earth Day Art Exhibition will be launched on April 23rd with our online opening at 7 PM. Find more info HERE.
Sandwich Public Places Clean Up- April 24th
Preregister to participate in this public spaces clean up beginning at 9am on Main Street. Call 508-888-0434 for more info.
North Andover Town-Wide Clean Up- April 25th
If you would like to participate, stop by the Middle School between 10am and 2pm to get your trash bags, gloves, and grabbers (kids are welcome and encouraged to join in on the fun). Find more info HERE.
Earth Day Derry- April 17th to April 25th
There’s no better way to celebrate Earth Day than with a little spring cleaning at your community parks, trails, and neighborhoods. This event takes place the week of April 17th-April 25th Monday- Friday 9am-4pm. Find more info HERE.
Find more events at Earthday.org