Celebrate Earth Day with These Things-to-Do Around Town 

This April 22, celebrate Earth Day around town with these activities for all ages. 


The Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) Concert in the Park and Earth Day Celebration 

Sunday, April 23, Rose Park, 3 – 5 p.m.  

Live entertainment, food trucks, kids’ activities and more. For more info go here 


Earth Day Cleanup at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens 

Saturday, April 22, Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, 10 a.m.- 1 p.m.  

Come and assist with litter collection and working in shallow ponds or mud. The event is rain or shine. For more info go here 


The Yards Earth Day Yoga 

Saturday, April 22, The Yards Park, 8 a.m. – 12 noon  

Start your Earth Day off with some peace and tranquility enjoying the outdoors. For more info go here 


Honor Earth: A Celebration of Earth Day 

Saturday, April 22, Anacostia Community Museum, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.  

Learn how to grow micro-gardens and engage in urban foraging. Free local food and drinks and more. For more info go here 


USGBC NCR: Earth Day Volunteering with The Washington Youth Garden 

Saturday, April 22, Washington Youth Garden, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.  

Join the U.S. Green Building Council National Capital Region’s Emerging Professionals committee in volunteering at The Washington Youth Garden. For more info go here 


The Wharf Water Cleanup 

Friday, April 21, Recreation Pier, The Wharf, 5 – 7:30 p.m.  

Attendees will get kayaks from the Wharf Boathouse on Recreation Pier and collect trash from waterways then have a post-work happy hour. Guests will be provided with kayaks, paddles, life preservers, rubber gloves and trash bags to collect floating trash. For more info go here 


Help Spritz-up Bundy Dog Park with Ward 2 Council Member Brooke Pinto  

Join your Ward 2 Council member along with Shaw Main Streets and District Cleanups for an Earth Day Community Cleanup. Help spritz up Bundy Dog Park at P and 4th Streets NW and ensure we have “thriving neighborhoods.” Meet in the park at 11:00 a.m. For more info go here 


Interested in more Earth Day coverage? Check out our interview with Richard Jackson, Head of the D.C. Department of Energy and Environment here.











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