Brazos Valley Earth Day


Come out and celebrate Mother Nature’s birthday at the Brazos Valley Earth Day Festival!  The festival will be held Saturday, April 13, at Wolf Pen Creek from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be educational booths, environmental demonstrations, free snacks and even a kid’s zone full of fun!

The Earth Day celebration is open and free for all, so come join in. There will be tons of activities for all to enjoy. Through the different activities and booths set up, community members will be able to learn more about how to take care of the world around them. Don’t worry about wrangling the kiddos all day; there will be a place just for them! At the kid’s zone, they will learn about the environment while playing games and winning prizes.

For the last 24 years, the Brazos Valley has recognized the national celebration of Earth Day through their festival each April. The Brazos Valley partners with many community groups to help community members celebrate our beautiful Earth! This annual event is hosted by many sponsors, including the Cities of Bryan and College Station, Keep Brazos Beautiful, Texas A&M University – Utilities & Energy Services, Twin Oaks Landfill & Compost Facility, and Brazos Valley Council of Governments. The festival simply wouldn’t go on without the help of many sponsors and volunteers! There will be booths set up throughout the festival, so be sure to stop by to grab some goodies and thank a sponsor and volunteer!

Come join the celebration to learn more about important environmental issues and how to take care of Mother Nature!

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