FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO JOIN IN THE
EARTH DAY CELEBRATION AT EVERETT CROWLEY PARK
Entrance at Kerr Street & 64th Avenue in Southeast Vancouver
Gates Open at 10:30 am, Saturday, April 24th Rain or Shine
COME OUT DIG IN GET DOWN & GET DIRTY
Learn trade secrets for successful tree planting!
Earth Day Volunteers will assemble to plant native trees and shrubs at Everett Crowley Park (entrance at Kerr Street and 64th Avenue) in Southeast Vancouver on Saturday, April 24th from 11 am until 3 pm. The old Kerr Road Dump is now a natural green refuge for people and wildlife, where reforesting work continues each year on Earth Day.
Earth Day at Everett Crowley Park offers a wide range of free family-oriented fun including professional performers, music, dancing, cultural and ecological exhibits, and very special children's activities.
The entertainment, exhibits and activities are all free and wheelchair accessible. This annual event is organized by local residents, and is supported by local businesses and the City of Vancouver. Food vendors will be on site.