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2017 Events Calendar - Earth Day, Earth Week
And Environmental Education Week


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DATE: April 1, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: West Essex Trail Cleanup
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 9 am to 12 noon
LOCATION: Meeting points: 280 Grove Avenue, Cedar Grove, NJ and 201 Fairview Avenue, Verona, NJ.
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: All volunteers are welcome to participate and must sign a liability waiver at the event.
CONTACT: Gloria Machnowski, Chairperson, Verona Environmental Commission
DESCRIPTION: Volunteers needed for Massive West Essex Trail Cleanup from Fairview Avenue in Verona to Pompton Avenue in Cedar Grove. This is a picturesque cycling and hiking strip of woods that crosses the Peckman River. Work boots and gloves are recommended. Organized by the Verona and Cedar Grove Environmental Commissions.
PHONE#: 973-641-7355
E-MAIL ADDRESS: veronaenvironmental@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.veronaec.org
DATE: April 8, 2016
TITLE OF EVENT: Collingswood Green Festival
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
LOCATION: Downtown Collingswood, just off Haddon Avenue, Near Irving Avenue
AUDIENCE: All residents of Collingswood and surrounding communities are welcome
DESCRIPTION: Join us for our annual Green Festival on Irvin Avene, off of Haddon Avenue and near the PATCO Speedline. Learn about local sustainable foods, organic gardening, water conservation, renewable energy, environmentally-friendly construction, and more! We also offer on-site recycling for paper shredding, electronics (old TVs, monitors, laptops, radios, FAX machines, keyboards, DVD players, stereo equipment, typewriters, VCRs, scanners, printers), and household hazardous waste. Buy shade trees, backyard composters, and rain barrels at low, subsidized prices. Local produce and other organic vendors will be present for your hungry needs, and local artisans show off their eco-friendly/recycled material crafts and jewelry.
WEBSITE: http://collingswood.com/arts/greenfestival
DATE: April 8, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Hamilton Township Stream Cleanup
COUNTY: Mercer
TIME(S): 8am-12pm
LOCATION: Kuser Farm Park near the mansion
AUDIENCE: Everyone
CONTACT: John Balletto
DESCRIPTION: Volunteers needed to cleanup various sites in Hamilton Township. Meet at Kuser Farm Park to sign in and get instructions on where you will be cleaning up. Coffee and donuts provided. Dress accordingly.
E-MAIL ADDRESS: jhballetto@gmail.com
DATE: April 8, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: "Go Green With Hope" Green Fair
COUNTY: Warren
TIME(S): 10 am to 1 pm
LOCATION: Hope Township Elementary School Gym, 320 Johnsonburg Road, Hope, NJ 07844
COST: Free Admissiion
AUDIENCE: Everyone
CONTACT: Robin Keggan, Deputy Clerk
DESCRIPTION: Free Shredding; Project Medicine Drop; Collections for electronics waste, clothing, housewares, books, sheets, blankets, cleaning supplies, pet items; Green Market, Informative presentations, T-shirt totes demo and give-away; freecycling; free raffles
PHONE#: 908-459-5011, x 1
E-MAIL ADDRESS: green.hopenj@gmail.com
WEBSITE: https://sites.google.com/site/hopenjenv/home/green-fair and on Facebook: HopeNJEnv
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Northern Valley Earth Fair
COUNTY: Bergen
TIME(S): 11-4pm
LOCATION: Tenakill Middle School, 275 High Street, Closter, NJ
COST: Free admission, entertainment and shows!
AUDIENCE: All ages, especially families
CONTACT: nvearthfair@yahoo.com or http://www.nv-earth-fair.org
DESCRIPTION: Come discover all things "Green" and Sustainable at the Annual Northern Valley Earth Fair! This Earth Day event will feature "Green" exhibitors, electric vehicles, live music, children's activities, educational presentations, live animals, food trucks, and more. Over 100 participators! Tenafly Nature Center shows, bee demonstrations by MEVO, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory displays, and much, much more. Participating municipalities include Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Norwood, Old Tappan and Tenafly.
PHONE#:
E-MAIL ADDRESS: nvearthfair@yahoo.com
WEBSITE: www.nv-earth-fair.org
DATE: April 22nd rain date 23rd, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Clean up the Woodcliff Lake Reservoir with WCL's Green Team & Clean Communities
COUNTY: Bergen
TIME(S): 9am - 1pm
LOCATION: Corner of Woodcliff Ave and Broadway - WCL Train Station
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: anyone
CONTACT: Elizabeth Calderone - Director Parks and Recreation
DESCRIPTION: 5th year hosting this wonderful event - all ages are welcome!
PHONE#: 201-391-4977 x 219
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ecalderone@wclnj.com
WEBSITE: www.wclnj.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Frogs: Hop To It for Earth Day
COUNTY: Bergen
TIME(S): 2pm-4pm
LOCATION: Tenafly Nature Center
COST: Cost for members is $4 and for non-members it is $8. You can register on the website.
DESCRIPTION: This workshop is intended for children ages 5 and older with an accompanied adult. Make sure to dress for the weather as it takes place rain or shine.
Children will learn about the ecosystem from the perspective from several wild frogs and a salamander!
WEBSITE: http://www.tenaflynaturecenter.org/event-2408850
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Celebrate Earth Day
COUNTY: Burlington
TIME(S): 10am-3pm
LOCATION: Smith's Woods Area, East Railroad Ave. Smithville Park, Eastampton
COST: free
AUDIENCE: everyone
CONTACT: Jennifer Bulava, Park Naturalist
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate Planet Earth by getting outside, connecting with nature, and learning something new! Activities include wetland and amphibian-themed nature walks and talks, frog-themed crafts for children, and composting workshops.
PHONE#: 609-265-5858
E-MAIL ADDRESS: parks@co.burlington.nj.us
WEBSITE: www.co.burlington.nj.us/Parks
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Winslow Township Green Fair
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 10am to 2pm rain or shine
LOCATION: 125 S. Route 73, Braddock NJ 08037 (Hammonton for GPS)
COST: NA
AUDIENCE: Children and adults
DESCRIPTION: - Shredder Truck
- Ewaste drop off (Residents of Winslow ONLY)
- GreenDrop truck for unwanted, gently used household goods
- Kids activities such as a mad scientist, face painting, giveaways and much more!
- Much More!!
PHONE#: 609-567-0700
E-MAIL ADDRESS: administration@winslowtownship.com
WEBSITE: www.winslowtownship.com
DATE: April 22, 2016
TITLE OF EVENT: Poetry Reading
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 2 pm
LOCATION: Whitman Stafford Farmhouse - 315 East Maple Avenue, Laurel Springs, NJ 08021
COST: none
AUDIENCE: Poetry - Whitman - Earth Day
CONTACT: Alfred Encarnacion
DESCRIPTION: Poetry Reading at the Whitman-Stafford Farmhouse featuring Prize-winning poets Chris Bursk and Therese Halscheid. Come celebrate poetry in the spirit of Walt Whitman, even take a tour of the farmhouse where he recuperated, and meet our two contemporary poets. This event is free and open to the public, put please pre-register with the Stratford Library by calling 856-783-0602x204. Refreshments will be served; poets books will be for sale.
PHONE#: 856-783-0602x204
E-MAIL ADDRESS: dawn@laurelsprings-nj.com
WEBSITE: www.laurelsprings-nj.com
DATE: April 22, 2016
TITLE OF EVENT: Laurel Lake Clean Up
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 9 am
LOCATION: Historic Crystal Springs - Lakeview and West Elma Avenues
COST: none
CONTACT: Council President James Redstreake
DESCRIPTION: Annual Earth Day Lake Clean-Up, Saturday, April 22nd 9am Crystal Springs Park. Please come with rakes and shovels if Available. Gloves, bags and tools will be provided.
PHONE#: 856-784-0500x14
E-MAIL ADDRESS: dawn@laurelsprings-nj.com
WEBSITE: www.laurelsprings-nj.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Seedling Giveaway
COUNTY: Cape May
TIME(S): 10 am to 4 pm
LOCATION: Cape May County Park, 707 Rote 9, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
AUDIENCE: All visitors to the Cape May County Park
CONTACT: Vilma Pombo, Chairperson of the Middle Township Environmental Committee
DESCRIPTION: In celebration of Earth Day, Middle Township's Environmental Committee will distribute 500 seedlings to visitors to the Cape May County Park.
PHONE#: 609-465-8732
E-MAIL ADDRESS: pombo.vilma@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.middletownship.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Celebration at the Zoo
COUNTY: Cape May
TIME(S): Starting at 8:30 am
LOCATION: Cape May County Zoo
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: All
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate Earth Day by kicking off with a 5K Mile Run (or 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk) at 8:30am. Following at 10am, there will be plenty of family friendly activities to keep you busy at this FREE zoo. From children inflatables to hayrides to magic and juggling, there is so much for everyone to enjoy. It will also include information on how to care for nature.
WEBSITE: cmczoo.com/uploaded_files/FLYER2017.pdf
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: New Jersey Sierra Club Earth Day Cleanup at Mercer County Park
COUNTY: Mercer
TIME(S): 10am. - 12pm.
LOCATION: Mercer County Park, 334 S. Post RD. Meet at the Grandparents Grove, upper parking lot in the Boat Marina area
COST: no cost
AUDIENCE: all are welcome
CONTACT: Sierra Club Outing Leaders: Joanne Pannone jpatmeadowbrook@gmail.com and Leona Fluck Leona@pineypaddlers.com
DESCRIPTION: Join us at Mercer County Park and participate in Sierra Club's Earth Day Cleanup to protect the Delaware River Watershed. Bring your children - we'll learn about water quality as Andrew Garcia, NJ DEP Watershed Ambassador, does a stream assessment and identifies the macroinvertebrates. We'll pick up litter and trash along the lake, macadam and woods trails. Trash bags will be provided. Rain or shine!! Bring lunch, snacks and water.
PHONE#: 6092593734
E-MAIL ADDRESS: leona@pineypaddlers.com
WEBSITE: www.sierraclub.org/new-jersey/outdoor-outings-list
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Birding Cruise on the Delaware River
COUNTY: Hunterdon
TIME(S): 8am-10am
LOCATION: D&R Canal State Park, Lambertville NJ. Directions to boat dock:http://www.steamboatclassroom.org/contact.html
COST: $22/adults o $15/ages 8-18/and college students with valid student ID Tickets
AUDIENCE: Birders and those interested in learning about birds; adults, families.
CONTACT: Eric Clark, Director
DESCRIPTION: Experience the Spring Migration in the midst of the Eastern North American flyway from the comfort of your own seat aboard a real paddle wheel steamboat. Enjoy the novelty of birding from SPLASH's slowly moving and very stable platform. Learn how to look for and identify birds from experienced Teacher-Naturalists, while enjoying the river shoreline views of Lambertville and New Hope.
PHONE#: (609) 542-0311
E-MAIL ADDRESS: info@steamboatclassroom.org
WEBSITE: www.steamboatclassroom.org/events
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Stream Clean Up
COUNTY: Morris
TIME(S): 8:45 register
LOCATION: Mendham Twp Town Hall 2 West Main Street Brookside NJ 07926
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: all
CONTACT: Jamie Kinsel Mendham Twp Environmental Commission
DESCRIPTION: Rain or shine! Check In at 8:45 AM at meeting site to register, receive supplies and be assigned a location to clean up headwaters of the Raritan in the Mendham area. Return by noon with collection of garbage & recyclables.
PHONE#: 973-722-4461
E-MAIL ADDRESS: kinsel@verizon.net
WEBSITE: www.raritanheadwaters.org/StreamCleanup/
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Events 2017
COUNTY: Monmouth
TIME(S): 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
DESCRIPTION: Monmouth County Parks System - See complete listings at site
WEBSITE: www.monmouthcountyparks.com/page.aspx?ID=3999
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Clean Up
COUNTY: Monmouth
TIME(S): 10-11:30am
LOCATION: Municipal Complex, 419 Sycamore Avenue Shrewsbury Borough, NJ 07702
AUDIENCE: Families
CONTACT: Bonnie Brookes, Environmental Secretary
DESCRIPTION: Beautify the community by picking up the trash! Meet at Borough Hall and everyone will be assigned spots.
PHONE#: 908-783-5468
E-MAIL ADDRESS: bonnie.brookes@yahoo.com
WEBSITE: www.shrewsburyboro.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Birding for Kids
COUNTY: Middlesex
TIME(S): 9:00 AM
LOCATION: 20 River Road, Highland Park, NJ 08904 The Environmental Education Center
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Children and Adults
CONTACT: Daniel Larkins
DESCRIPTION: Highland Park Celebrates Our Birds - Our eighth event in our monthly birding series invites children and parents to explore the diverse green space of Highland Park in search for our flying neighbors and see some early migrants. Binoculars for lending.
PHONE#: 732-677-8305
E-MAIL ADDRESS: dwlarkins@gmail.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Woodbridge Earth Day Fair
COUNTY: Middlesex
TIME(S): 10 AM - 2 PM
LOCATION: Woodbridge Community Center, 600 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ 07095
AUDIENCE: All ages
CONTACT: Kathy Whooley, Woodbridge Environmental Commission Chairperson
DESCRIPTION: The Woodbridge Earth Day Fair is scheduled for Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10 - 2 PM at the Woodbridge Community Center at 600 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ 07095. The fair will have green and eco-friendly vendors, groups, organizations and free giveaways. To reserve a free table space for your group/organization contact Kathy at wbenvironmentalcommission@gmail.com
PHONE#: 732-754-1891
E-MAIL ADDRESS: wbenvironmentalcommission@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us/307/Environmental-Commission
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Rahway River Cleanup
COUNTY: Union
TIME(S): 0845-1300 hours
LOCATION: Bloodgoods Dam on the Rahway River in Winfield Park, NJ
COST: None
AUDIENCE: All Volunteers are welcome
CONTACT: Joe Seebode
DESCRIPTION: The clean-up will generally be between 9-12, but any amount of time or effort that folks can volunteer is appreciated. There is always a large volume of floatable debris to pick up. This includes tires and of course floatables (cans, bottles, plastics, etc.). The County of Union generously supplies gloves and garbage bags, and we solicit material donations (donuts, bagels, coffee, bottled water, paper towels, hand-wipes, etc.) for all volunteers.

All participants should wear jeans, long-sleeved shirts, gloves and boots, and waders are welcome for folks who like to get a little wet. Each participant should bring a standard 5-gallon carry bucket with a handle (put your name on the bottom)...this makes for easy carrying of "stuff" for transfer to the large garbage bags. When we complete the event we do a basic inventory of the "big stuff" that we removed....and within approximately 24 hours Union County Parks removes and disposes of all the trash. There is no RSVP required but if you need more information or think you will attend please let us know by e-mail at rivercleanup@comcast.net
E-MAIL ADDRESS: rivercleanup@comcast.net
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Kids Kingdom and 5K Run/Walk
COUNTY: Hudson
TIME(S): 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
LOCATION: Liberty State Park, 1 Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: Individuals, families, children
CONTACT: Mary-Ellen Gilpin
DESCRIPTION: Come on out to Liberty State Park for an all day event featuring food, rides, giveaways, vendors and live entertainment. There will also be a 5K race and Walk for Liberty State Park.
PHONE#: 201-324-622
E-MAIL ADDRESS: meg@hcia.org
WEBSITE: www.hcia.org
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Maplewood Rahway River Cleanup and Picnic
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
LOCATION: 124 Dunnell Road, Maplewood NJ
AUDIENCE: Families, residents
CONTACT: Sheila Baker Gujral, Environmental Advisory Committee
DESCRIPTION: Come join us for the annual Rahway River Cleanup -- held on Earth Day this year. We will provide bags and gloves and will be having a community picnic for volunteers. Please wear footwear suitable for walking in the river (closed-toe, waterproof shoes or boots are best.)
WEBSITE: www.maplewoodisgreen.org
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Volunteer Beach Clean Up
COUNTY: Hudson
TIME(S): 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
LOCATION: Liberty State Park Nature Interpretive Center Freedom Way Jersey City, NJ 07305
COST: FREE; Pre-registration required
AUDIENCE: Families, individuals, organized groups looking for volunteer projects
CONTACT: Nature Center Staff
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate Earth Day by helping to keep LSP clean. We will walk along the beach and clean-up any trash that has come ashore. Please dress to work outdoors, wear old shoes that can get wet and muddy, and bring work gloves if you have them.
PHONE#: 201-915-3400
E-MAIL ADDRESS: LSPNatureCenter@dep.nj.gov
WEBSITE: http://libertystatepark.nj.gov
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Every Day
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 10-2
LOCATION: McDonalds, Springfield Ave, Irvington NJ
COST: Minimal charge for seeds and snacks
AUDIENCE: General public
CONTACT: Secretary Charlotte Gallo
DESCRIPTION: Music, speakers, plants and seeds for planting around area and clean-up. Ice cream for the kids.
PHONE#: 973-204-2461
E-MAIL ADDRESS: cgalla426@gmail.com
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: 28th Annual Clean Communities Day
COUNTY: Union
TIME(S): Starting at 8:30 am
CONTACT: Fanwood Public Works Department
DESCRIPTION: Come join your neighbors and borough officials for a few hours to spruce up Fanwood. Grant money was made available for the event through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. All are welcome, individual volunteers of all ages.
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, interested organizations and family groups are invited to assemble at 8:30 AM by the Millennium Clock at the south side parking lot of the railroad station. Give back to the community, help out and feel good about taking care of your environment.
Participants will be able to enjoy bagels (generously donated by Fanwood Bagels & Deli), donuts and coffee.
Each participant will receive an Earth Day t-shirt as well as some fantastic giveaways. The Department of Public Works will be passing out work gloves, pick-up devices and plastic bags for trash and recyclables. Joanne Gemenden, Union County Recycling Coordinator, will also provide participating children with some "goodies". After working together cleaning up, participants will receive a coupon for a slice of pizza from Nick's Pizza & Deli.
Last year over 100 volunteers participated.
Volunteers will be organized into teams with a leader and then transported by the Department of Public Works employees to one of thirteen locations designated for clean up. These include Forest Park, La Grande Park, the Carriage House Park, the Borough Hall, the Fanwood Public Library and the municipal parking areas, as well as the area around the railroad tracks. At no cost to the Borough of Fanwood, NJ Transit will provide two flagmen to provide security for those assigned to this area.
In addition, members of the Fanwood Lions Club will pick-up litter along Fanwood's stretch of South Avenue.
Clean Community Day has become a rite of spring in Fanwood. Not only does it generate community spirit and volunteerism, but also it makes a tangible contribution to the community by removing tons of litter. This event provides an instructive experience for participating children on the importance of recycling and keeping their environment clean.
PHONE#: 908-322-7404
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Somerville Town Clean Up
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 9am
LOCATION: Somerville High School parking lot, Davenport Street, Somerville
AUDIENCE: youth groups, families, volunteers interested in helping to improve the community landscape
CONTACT: Kevin Sluka, Somerville Clerk-Administrator
DESCRIPTION: Somerville residents and local organizations will clean up litter and other debris throughout the borough's parks, brooks and other public areas. Last year's event yielded many large garbage bags of litter, as well as bicycles, tires, shopping carts and construction materials which had been deposited in the brooks.
Volunteers are still being sought. Anyone able to donate an hour or two to participate in this Earth Day Clean-up should meet at the Somerville High School Parking Lot at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 22. Work gloves, trash bags, and t-shirts, as well as refreshments, will be provided. The groups of volunteers will be dispersed to community locations to pick up litter. Residents may also sign up at this time to receive free tree seedlings which will be available for pick-up on April 30th.
PHONE#: 908-725-2300
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ksluka@somervillenj.org
WEBSITE: www.somervillenj.org
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Raritan Headwaters Annual Stream Cleanup
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 9:00 AM to noon
LOCATION: Multiple locations around the watershed in Hunterdon, Somerset, and Morris Counties
AUDIENCE: All ages are Welcome!
CONTACT: Angela Gorczyca, Water Quality Program Manager
DESCRIPTION: Each spring RHA organizes clean up programs to protect water quality and promote public stewardship of local streams and rivers. Please follow the link provided below and you can begin registration!
Register by April 4th to be guaranteed your stream cleanup supplies. If you sign up after the 4th, please bring your own gloves and bags.
PHONE#: 908-234-1852 ext. 315
E-MAIL ADDRESS: AGorczyca@raritanheadwaters.org
WEBSITE: https://www.raritanheadwaters.org/streamcleanup/
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Annual Jersey City Earth Day Festival (“JCEDF”)
COUNTY: Hudson
TIME(S): 11am – 6pm
LOCATION: City Hall Plaza, 280 Grove Street, (between Montgomery and Mercer) Jersey City, NJ 07302
AUDIENCE: Public
DESCRIPTION: The serves to educate, empower, and inspire Jersey City to take action in:
Adopting sustainable living practices, Protecting our natural resources, Responsible buying and consumption of locally produced goods.
The JCEDF will be a day long celebration of sustainability and environmental awareness with New Jersey farm vendors, locally produced goods, workshops, activities, community organizations, live music, and upcycled/sustainable artists’ market.
DATE: April 22, 2017 & April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Exploration and Family Woodland Hike
COUNTY: Passaic
TIME(S): 1pm
LOCATION: NJ Botanical Gardens in Ringwood
COST: FREE
DESCRIPTION: On April 22nd, enjoy the natural beauty through a nature stroll at this historic location. On April 23rd, participate in a Family Woodland Hike starting from the carriage house.
WEBSITE: http://njbg.org/events.shtml
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day
COUNTY: Monmouth
TIME(S): 11 am - 5 pm
LOCATION: Huber Woods Environmental Center
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Families
DESCRIPTION: See snakes and reptiles at the FREE event.  In addition to the hands on activities, there will also be fresh pond animals on display.
WEBSITE: https://www.monmouthcountyparks.com/page.aspx?ID=2635
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Celebration
COUNTY: Warren
TIME(S): 10am - 3pm
LOCATION: Centenary University in Hackettstown
DESCRIPTION: We are inviting the community for crafts, music, and bounce houses. As well, there will be educational talks and nature walks to observe birds.

WEBSITE: www.centenaryuniversity.edu/academics/undergraduate/environmental-science/earth-day-celebration/
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Grand Opening of the Stone House
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 11am - 3pm
LOCATION: Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary in Short Hills
COST: $10 per person
AUDIENCE: Public
DESCRIPTION: Grand Opening of the Stone House that will also celebrate Earth Day! There will be special guests, guided tours, and a special project.
WEBSITE: http://hartshornarboretum.org/?event=stone-house-grand-opening&event_date=2017-04-22
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Celebrate the Earth
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 10 am - 1 pm
LOCATION: Van Vleck Gardens in Montclair
AUDIENCE: Families
DESCRIPTION: Explore the outdoors and Celebrate the Earth! An environmental educator will be there to teach children what impacts the environment.  There will be a simple craft as well as a self-guided activity to encourage children to enjoy nature.
WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/events/767561793396823/
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Extravaganza
COUNTY: Mercer
TIME(S): 9am to noon
LOCATION: Hopewell Community Park in Hopewell Township
DESCRIPTION: Hopewell Community Park is looking to bring the community together for an Earth Day Extravaganza to prepare the park for this coming summer. We’re in search of a few good volunteers to join us the morning of April 22, 2017. Some sample projects that will be need completed are: flower planting, picnic table painting, clean-up around the lake, painting of the playset, power-washing pavilions, and more!
WEBSITE: hopewelltwp.com/earth-day-extravaganza/
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: 17th Annual Earth Day Celebration
COUNTY: Hunterdon
TIME(S): 10:30am to 4pm
LOCATION: Echo Hill Park
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: All
DESCRIPTION: There will be a carnival theme made of repurposed items as well as a Pond Paddle on the Echo Hill Pond with the Hunterdon County Canoe Club. Free tickets are required for a time slot and are available that day on a first come/first served basis. The day’s activities conclude at 3:00pm with a presentation by Rizzo’s Reptiles.
PHONE#: (908) 782-1158
WEBSITE: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/depts/parks/programs.html#earthday
DATE: April 22, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Program
COUNTY: Morris
TIME(S): 1-2pm
LOCATION: Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area in Morristown
COST: $2 per person, pre-registration is required.
AUDIENCE: All
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate Earth Day with a special talk where children can learn about what is impacting our environment. As attendees learn how to help, they will be inside and outdoors.
WEBSITE: http://m66.siteground.biz/~morrispa/index.php/calendar/event/earth-day/
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: ACUA's 27th Annual Earth Day Festival
COUNTY: Atlantic
TIME(S): 10 am until 4 pm (rain or shine)
LOCATION: 6700 Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
COST: Free admission & parking
AUDIENCE: Everyone
CONTACT: Kristi Aiken
DESCRIPTION: Join us for lots of fun, educational activities for everyone. The celebration has many exciting events such as hayrides to the top of the landfill, tours of the recycling center, wind farm and wastewater facility, free workshops and entertainment to name a few. Over 100 vendors, crafters and exhibitors will be part of the celebration.
PHONE#: 609-272-6950
E-MAIL ADDRESS: kaiken@acua.com
WEBSITE: www.acua.com/earthday
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: 2017 ANNUAL EDISON EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
COUNTY: Middlesex
TIME(S): 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
LOCATION: PAPAIANNI PARK 100 MUNICIPAL BOULEVARD EDISON, NJ 08817
COST: FREE TO THE PUBLIC AT LARGE. FOOD FOR PURCHASE ON SITE
AUDIENCE: FAMILY-FRIENDLY, GENERAL PUBLIC
CONTACT: CHRIS MAZAUSKAS, COORDINATOR, EDISON SUSTAINABLE JERSEY GREEN TEAM
DESCRIPTION: Free, annual, outdoor, green/sustainable public event to celebrate Earth Day. Family-Friendly Green/Sustainable Vendors, Presenters and Volunteer Activities. Free Parking. Food Available For Purchase On Site.
PHONE#: 732-248-7356
E-MAIL ADDRESS: cmazauskas@edisonnj.org
WEBSITE: www.EdisonNJ.org/earthday
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Montgomery Earth Day Recycling Fair
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Montgomery Upper Middle School
375 Burnt Hill Road, Skillman, NJ 08558
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: All
CONTACT: Lauren Wasilauski, Environmental Commission Coordinator
DESCRIPTION: The Township is hosting the 12th annual Earth Day Recycling Fair. We are collecting: metal, electronics, paper shredding, crayons, office supplies, sporting equipment, plastic flower pots, etc. for recycling or donation. Check the website for more details on items to be collected.
PHONE#: 908-359-8211 ext. 343
E-MAIL ADDRESS: LWasilauski@twp.montgomery.nj.us
WEBSITE: http://edf.montgomery.nj.us/
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Millburn Green Fair 2017
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 11AM - 5PM
LOCATION: TAYLOR PARK, 78 Main Street, Millburn, NJ 07041
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: ALL - Family Oriented Short Eco-Films
CONTACT: Rene Paparian & Ellen Ingber, Co-Chairs Millburn Township Green Team
DESCRIPTION: This Green Fair will create awareness of the connection between one's actions and the environment and will offer the tools and information to empower individuals to act a responsible stewards of the planet. Exhibits range from Herbal Remedies and Home Composting to Promoting the Fostering of Shelter Pets and Peace Education. Short Films & Bands too.
PHONE#: 973-641-0515
E-MAIL ADDRESS: millburntownshipgreenteam@gmail.com
WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/events/203061196839561/
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Highland Park Earth Day Celebration
COUNTY: Middlesex
TIME(S): 11 AM - 3 PM
LOCATION: Eugene Young Environmental Education Center, 20 River Road, Highland Park, NJ 08904
COST: n/a
AUDIENCE: kids, families, residents
CONTACT: Teri Jover Chair, Sustainable Highland Park
DESCRIPTION: Walk, bike, skip or run to Highland Park's annual Earth Day celebration! Enjoy great music and food from our own Global Grace Cafe while learning about how to make a healthier planet. Get answers to your questions about beekeeping and raising chickens, walk on the river trail, get the scoop on recycling and going solar, pick up a free tree seedling, and visit the Native Plant Reserve next door for even more activities. Plenty of fun and education for kids of all ages!
PHONE#: 732-690-8857
E-MAIL ADDRESS: jtjover@gmail.com
WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/events/1253444048106610/
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Party for the Planet
COUNTY: Bergen
TIME(S): 10am until 4pm
LOCATION: Bergen County Zoo
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: Al
DESCRIPTION: As children arrive they will receive a passport, then they can receive a stamp at each station where they learn about taking care of the environment. In between stations, they can visit the inhabitants of the zoo like the capybara or the bobcats.
WEBSITE: co.bergen.nj.us/DocumentCenter/View/7981
DATE: April 23, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Daffodil Day
COUNTY: Union
TIME(S): 11am to 4pm
LOCATION: Reeves Reed Arboretum in Summit
COST: Free for RRA Members and children under 3; For Non-Members $10/person or $25/family
DESCRIPTION: Amongst thousand of daffodils, children will enjoy live performances by Shinbone Alley Stilt Band as well as the Green Goats Petting Zoo. There will be green themed games and crafts as well as an outdoor market.
WEBSITE: reeves-reedarboretum.org/calendar/detail.php?t=annual_events&Daffodil%20Day:%20Sunday,%20April%2023-21
DATE: April 28, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Arbor Day Celebration
COUNTY: Cape May
TIME(S): 1:30pm
LOCATION: 275 93rd Street, Stone Harbor NJ
COST: None
AUDIENCE: Community
CONTACT: Kim Stevenson, Administrative Assistant for the Borough of Stone Harbor
DESCRIPTION: Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Dedication. Stone Harbor Elementary School students Kindergarten through Fourth Grade, will be sharing, songs, stories, poems and Arbor Day facts. This celebrations will take place outside the school on 93rd Street. This years tree will be dedicated to former Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters.
PHONE#: 609-368-5102
E-MAIL ADDRESS: stevensonk@shnj.org
WEBSITE: www.shnj.org
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Cleanup
COUNTY: Atlantic
TIME(S): 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
LOCATION: Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
800 E. Great Creek Road, Oceanville, NJ
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: All
CONTACT: Sandy Perchetti, Volunteer Coordinator
DESCRIPTION: Help clean up the environment and learn how Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge protects, conserves and enhances habitat for fish and wildlife. Rain or Shine. Registration required. This cleanup is co-sponsored by Galloway Township Clean Communities program.
PHONE#: 609-652-1665
E-MAIL ADDRESS: sandy_perchetti@fws.gov
WEBSITE: www.fws.gov/refuge/edwin_b_forsythe
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Stream Cleanup at Mill Pond Park
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 9:00AM to 11:00AM
LOCATION: Mill Pond Park, 11 Mill Pond Road, Belle Mead, NJ 08502
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: all
CONTACT: Lauren Wasilauski
DESCRIPTION: Montgomery Township Environmental Commission and Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association are co-hosting a stream cleanup at Mill Pond Park. Wear long pants and boots, and bring water and work gloves (if you have them). Children must be accompanied by an adult.
PHONE#: 908-359-8211 ext. 343
E-MAIL ADDRESS: LWasilauski@twp.montgomery.nj.us
WEBSITE: http://thewatershed.org/stream-cleanups/
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Free Tree Seedlings
COUNTY: Morris
TIME(S): 10 AM - noon
LOCATION: Mendham Township Town Hall Parking Lot - 2 West Main Street Brookside NJ 07926
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: All
CONTACT: Jamie Kinsel, Mendham Township Environmental Commission
DESCRIPTION: Free native tree seedlings available on first come, first served basis. Instructions on how and where to plant. Seedlings planted today help create forests for our future! Part of the NJ Tree Recovery Campaign.
PHONE#: 973-722-4461
E-MAIL ADDRESS: kinsel@verizon.net
WEBSITE: www.forestry.nj.gov
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Bi-State Hackensack River Watershed Cleanup
COUNTY: Bergen
TIME(S): 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Memorial Field Pavilion, Park Ridge, NJ (and other locations in Bergen County, NJ) contact us for more information
COST: None
AUDIENCE: Scouts and other group, families, individuals
CONTACT: Park Ridge Green Team
DESCRIPTION: A collaboration of groups in NJ & NY joining together to remove debris from waterways in the Hackensack River Watershed
PHONE#: (201) 391-5650
E-MAIL ADDRESS: ParkRidgeGreenTeam@gmail.com
WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/Park-Ridge-Green-Team-207472519402623/
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Up with the Birds
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 8:00am
LOCATION: Duke Farms, 1112 Dukes Pkwy W, Hillsborough
COST: $5
AUDIENCE: All ages
DESCRIPTION: Bring the whole crew to this family-friendly program and have fun discovering the birds of Duke Farms. This is a fantastic opportunity to spark interest in what has become a life-long passion and hobby for generations. Bring your binoculars (or borrow a pair) for a guided bird walk of the property. Meet at the Orientation Center. Open to anyone with an interest in birds, children are required to be accompanied by an adult. Attendees must register online prior to the event.
E-MAIL ADDRESS: registrations@dukefarms.org
WEBSITE: www.dukefarms.org/programs
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: 8th Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - all-weather event - free admission! 8 a.m. Family Fun Bike Ride-Info & Register Here
LOCATION: Croft Farm
DESCRIPTION: Plus, Free Bike Valet Parking
100 Earth-friendly display our theme: "Love Your Earth"
Two stages of entertainment - Square Meal's healthy, gluten-free, vegetarian menu; and Korean BBQ food choices +
NJ American Water truck to refill your drink bottle!
Crafts -Plant Swap - Recycle Depot
E-MAIL ADDRESS: earthfest@sustainablecherryhill.org
WEBSITE: HERE
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Botany and Geology Hike
COUNTY: Burlington
TIME(S): 10:00am
LOCATION: Crystal Lake Park, (Mansfield Twp) 2401 Axe Factory Rd. Bordentown
COST: free
AUDIENCE: ages 8 and up
CONTACT: Jennifer Bulava, Park Naturalist
DESCRIPTION: Discover the unique botanical diversity of this park with Naturalist Jen Bulava, and the geology of the site with geologist Pierre Lacombe. Enjoy this interpretive spring time hike along 3 miles of rugged trails. Please note this walk contains some steep slopes and is not recommended for inexperienced hikers.
PHONE#: 609-265-5858
E-MAIL ADDRESS: parks@co.burlington.nj.us
WEBSITE: www.co.burlington.nj.us/Parks
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: 8th Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival
COUNTY: Camden
TIME(S): 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
LOCATION: Croft Farm, 100 Bortons Mill Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
COST: Free; healthy food for purchase
AUDIENCE: Families, friends, neighbors, students, individuals
CONTACT: Brenda Jorett, Producer
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate - learn - grow - as 5000 visitors and participants "Love Your Earth" at the 8th Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival. The largest eco-event in South Jersey includes:
o Family Fun Bike Ride 8:30 a.m. + free bike valet parking
o Healthy food for purchase
o 100 eco-displays: vendors, groups, schools
o Family fund, crafts, eco-lifestyle tips; recycling depot; free water-borttle refills
o Two stages of entertainment.
Produced in partnership with the non-profit Sustainable Cherry Hill, Cherry Hill Township, and Cherry Hill School District.
Sustaining and Presenting Sponsors include: LourdesCare of Cherry Hill and Ravitz Family Markets. Presenting sponsor: Hutchinson Plumbing-Heating-Cooling.
PHONE#: 856-448-2205
E-MAIL ADDRESS: EarthFest@sustainablecherryhill.org
WEBSITE: www.SustainableCherryHill.org
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: South Branch Preserve Community Volunteer Day & Open House
COUNTY: Morris
TIME(S): 10:00am-2:oopm
LOCATION: Wolfe Road & route 46, Budd Lake, NJ 07828
AUDIENCE: Families
CONTACT: Barbara McCloskey, Membership & Outreach Manager
DESCRIPTION: Join us for an open house at our Community Garden at South Branch Preserve, volunteer in our garden and walk our trails. Refreshments will be served, visit our vendors and free tree seedlings
PHONE#: (973) 541-1010
E-MAIL ADDRESS: bmccloskey@tlc-nj.org
WEBSITE: www.tlc-nj.org
DATE: April 29, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earth Day Celebration
COUNTY: Essex
TIME(S): 11am - 4pm
LOCATION: Essex County Environmental Center in Roseland
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: All
DESCRIPTION: This event, has lots of wonderful activities for families. You can take a canoe down the river, the kids can have their face painted, climb a rock wall, meet animals from the Turtle Back Zoo, or just enjoy learning about bees!
PHONE#: 973-268-3500
WEBSITE: http://www.essexcountyparks.org/facilities/environmental-center/calendar/earth-day-celebration-at-ecec
DATE: April 30, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Project E.A.R.T.H Swamp Search
COUNTY: Morris
TIME(S): noon to 4:30pm
LOCATION: Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center (EEC)
190 Lord Stirling Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: Families, Friends, Scout Groups, All ages
CONTACT: Jane Parks, Environmental Events Specialist
DESCRIPTION: Join us for an exciting scavenger hunt on the EEC trails. Learn interesting facts about the Great Swamp and its inhabitants from our Naturalists. Get outside to find answers to our scavenger hunt questions. A live reptile program follows the scavenger hunt at 3:45pm. All Free!
PHONE#: 908-766-2489
E-MAIL ADDRESS: jparks@scparks.org
WEBSITE: www.somersetcountyparks.org
DATE: April 30, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Holmdel's 19th Annual Earth Day Festival
COUNTY: Monmouth
TIME(S): 12pm to 5pm
LOCATION: Bayonet Farm, 41 Middletown Road, Holmdel, NJ 07733
COST: Free admission, parking, professional shows and guided tours! Nominal cost for Petting Zoo
AUDIENCE: All ages with professional folk/rock musicians and shows for children
CONTACT: Karen
DESCRIPTION: This 19th Annual Holmdel Earth Day Festival is a rain or shine event! Professional Folk / Rock artists and special shows for children take place in beautiful barns. Sign up for free but limited guided tours of the historic house and of the bucolic property at the Welcome Center.
PHONE#: 908-601-7603
DATE: April 30, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Finding Your Way in the Night Sky
COUNTY: Somerset
TIME(S): 7:45pm
LOCATION: Duke Farms, 1112 Dukes Pkwy W, Hillsborough
COST: $5
AUDIENCE: All ages
DESCRIPTION: Are the Big Dipper and Orion's Belt all you know in the night sky? How about all the other stars up there? Come learn your way around the stars. Make a star wheel to take home and help your family navigate and appreciate the heavens from your own back yard. No telescope needed! Learn to find more than 20 constellations, asterisms and bright "anchor" stars. Laser constellation tour afterwards, weather permitting. Attendees must register online prior to the event.
E-MAIL ADDRESS: registrations@dukefarms.org
WEBSITE: www.dukefarms.org/programs
DATE: April 30, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Earthfest
COUNTY: Sussex
TIME(S): 11am-4pm
LOCATION: Heaven Hill Farm on Route 94
COST: Free
AUDIENCE: All
DESCRIPTION: Free Admission and entertainment, plus furry friends, reptiles, face painting, activities for kids, festival foods, and environmental groups and information for grown-ups.
The 17th such festival and is organized by Vernon Chamber Charities and the Vernon EarthFest Committee.
For the last decade, Vernon has been the home of one of the best Earth Day events in New Jersey. Earthfest will be spread throughout the grounds at Heaven Hill Farm.
Earthfest is a multifaceted event centering on the environment and keeping things green. The day is full of activities paying homage to the earth, and it’s also a lot of fun with vendors, entertainment, and activities for adults and children. Some of Earthfest presenters:
• Delaware Raptor Center presented “Birds Of Prey”- Program Time: 2pm
• Snakes and Scales presented “Sharks Eye View” and “Creatures From Around The Earth”- Program Time: 11:15am
• Birds Bees & Bear Apiary- Program Time: Throughout the Day
Other not-to-miss highlights that children will enjoy during Earthfest:
• Panning for Gemstones at the Gem Mining Sluice
• Sand Art
• Face Painting
WEBSITE: http://vernonearthfest.com/
DATE: April 30, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Wild Earth Fest
COUNTY: Union
LOCATION: Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside
COST: $4 a person, children 6 an under are free.
AUDIENCE: Families
DESCRIPTION: An entertaining family event to celebrate the Earth. Learn ways to become eco-friendly & increase your awareness of wildlife conservation. Admission also includes Touch a Truck event.
PHONE#: 908-789-3670
WEBSITE: http://ucnj.org/calendar/
DATE: May 6, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Secaucus 7th Annual Green Festival
COUNTY: Hudson
TIME(S): 10:00am - 4:00pm
LOCATION: 5000 Riverside Station Boulevard at Secaucus Xchange, Secaucus, NJ
COST: FREE
AUDIENCE: Families & children
CONTACT: Lynn Kramer - Cleanup Outreach Coordinator
DESCRIPTION: The Town of Secaucus is currently planning our 7th Annual Green Festival to be held on Saturday, May 6th, from 10:00 - 4:00 at Secaucus Xchange. We have environmental activities for children, music, pontoon boat rides, live animals, hourly educational presentations and over 50 food and green product vendors.
Last year approximately 4,000 people attended our Green Festival. It's free and an excellent opportunity to reach out to the community, especially children.
PHONE#: 201 330-2000, x3060
E-MAIL ADDRESS: lkramer@secaucus.net
WEBSITE: www.secaucusnj.gov/environmental
DATE: May 6, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Delanco Community Clean Up Day
COUNTY: Burlington
TIME(S): 7:00AM to 3:00PM
LOCATION: The Delanco Public Works Garage, 750 Coopertown Road, Delanco, NJ 08075
AUDIENCE: Residents of Delanco
DESCRIPTION: Delanco residents may bring trash including plastic items such as laundry baskets, lawn furniture, toys, etc., up to 4 tires. During the event, up to 2 TV's &/or Electronics will be accepted per resident--must show I.D.; No commercial or industrial trash and no asbestos, paint or hazardous materials will be accepted.
PHONE#: 856-461-0561
E-MAIL ADDRESS: info@delancotownship.com
WEBSITE: www.delancotownship.com
DATE: May 21, 2017
TITLE OF EVENT: Watershed 10K/5K Trail Run & Festival
COUNTY: Mercer
TIME(S): 12pm - 4pm
LOCATION: The Watershed Reserve 31 Titus Mill Rd. Pennington NJ 08534
CONTACT: Suzanne Moran
DESCRIPTION: The 10K and 5K help support the efforts of Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association's mission to protect and restore clean water and a healthy environment in central New Jersey.
The 5K trail loop is designed to tour the different types of habitat we feature on the Watershed Reserve with views of meadow and forest. The path nears our pond ecosystem, parallels our wetlands, and runs straight through the Honey Brook Organic Farm.
Family and friends can cheer you on from our victory village, tour our new Watershed Center, and listen to live music by our race day band, "The Dadz". The festival will also have beer and wine available for purchase and food from Antimo's Italian Kitchen.
PHONE#: 609-737-3735
E-MAIL ADDRESS: smoran@thewatershed.org
WEBSITE: http://thewatershed.org/news-and-events/trail-run/
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