Carolyn Kruse

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There is plenty to see, do and be a part of to celebrate Earth Day this weekend, in and around Boston, and all over Massachusetts! The options are endless, but I’ve included a few family friendly events here.

Earth Day was first celebrated back in 1970. Senator Gaylord Nelson created Earth Day “as a way to force this issue onto the national agenda.” (epa.gov). After nearly 20 million Americans demonstrated in cities all over the United States, government listened. And in December 1970, Congress authorize a new federal agency to tackle all issues environmental.

A more comprehensive list of events can be found HERE 

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  • Rose Kennedy Greenway Today!

    Music and games to be played until 1:30 at the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston today! (Friday)

    Mayor Wu's Earth Day Celebration with the Rose Kennedy Greenway - The Rose Kennedy Greenway

    22/04/2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm - Join the City of Boston for an Earth Day announcement, games, and environmental resources at Auntie Kay & Uncle Frank Chin Park on Friday, April 22, from 12p to 1:30p.

  • Cambridgeside Galleria Pop-up Today - Sunday

    Don’t miss an eco-friendly pop-up market at CambridgeSide Galleria now through Sunday with vendor selling everything from homegood to clothes and art, all eco-friendly of course.

    Earth Day Pop-Up Market

    April 22-24, 2022 J. Perry Fine Art and CambridgeSide, will host an Earth Day Pop-Up Market from Friday, April 22 through Sunday, April 24, 2022. The special market will feature an array of vendors featuring eco-friendly items from local businesses. Located on Level 2, the market will be held on Friday, April 22 from 11:00 a.m.

     

  • Earth Day in Newton This Sunday

    Lots to do and see for the whole family, this Sunday, in the town of Newton. It’s their annual Earth Day Festival from 1-4 pm .City Hall is the location. And all who attend can get some tips on saving energy and how to leade a greener life. Activites include a petty zoon and face painting.  There will also be music and ice cream.

    Newton Earth Day Festival | Blue Bikes Boston

    GREEN TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE Are you looking to lead a greener lifestyle? We have a terrific line-up of exhibitors ready to answer all your questions on waste reduction & composting, electric vehicles, solar power, insulation, heat pumps, gardening & pollination. ELECTRIC VEHICLE DISPLAY Are you considering an Electric Vehicle?

  • Earth Day Celebration in Lynn on Saturday

    Making art out of recycled trash, sidewalk chalk art, demonstations and more in the city of Lynn from 11-5. It’s a free event

    Earth Day Celebration

    Eventbrite - GALA (Galleries at LynnArts) presents Earth Day Celebration - Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 25 Exchange St, Lynn, MA. Find event and ticket information.

  • Framingham Earth Day Festival on Saturday

    11am-3pm at the Framingham Centre Common check out live music, interactive art, kids activities, local farms, energy saving ideas, and more!

    Framingham Earth Day Festival

    Eventbrite - Framingham Earth Day Festival - Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Framingham Centre Common Historic District, Framingham, MA. Find event and ticket information.

  • Earth Day Celebration at Pier 5 Charlestown Navy Yard on Saturday

    Big family fun at the Charlestown Navy Yard tomorrow from 12 -3. It’s a day dedicated to “investing in the planet” in Charlestown. For kids, there is face painting, art and Bruc, The Bubbleman! There will be ice cream, a book swap, Eastie Farms, the Fire Department, live music and much more!

    EARTH DAY CELEBRATION AT PIER 5! (Free, no rsvp nec)

    Eventbrite - Pier 5 Association (Pier5.org) presents EARTH DAY CELEBRATION AT PIER 5! (Free, no rsvp nec) - Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Navy Yard, Pier Five, Boston, MA 02129, Boston, MA. Find event and ticket information.

     

  • Celebrate the Earth in Your Town

    The best way to celebrate Earth Day this weekend is to embrace the beauty around us! While you are out hiking, biking, running and walking, pick up any trash you see along the way. So, don’t forget your backpack, and be sure to line it with a trash bag.