There is so much to see at the event – filling 20 acres of Idlewild Park – it takes all day to see it all, especially if you are engaging in the many activities, performances and workshops. Many areas of the event are organized into a particular theme or topic, with new ones added or featured each year. We encourage you to explore this year’s theme areas – including several third party theme areas organized by community members like you.
Earth Day Around the World
World Music & Dance * Global Warming & Climate Change * International Perspectives * World Bazaar wares
Earth Day Spa
Organic Tea * Massage * Health & Beauty * Fitness * Meditation
Live Animals: Reptiles, Bugs, Furry and Feathered Critters * Rescue and Adoptions * Pet Services * Wildlife Protection
The Artists’ Grove
Local Artists * Art Activities * Roaming Art Galleries, Installations * Art Contests
Science and Engineering Innovations * Student Science Fair * Vote for your Favorite Project! * Education and STEM
Local Farms * Urban Gardens * Everything green and growing
The Great Outdoors
Recreational Activities * Outdoor Enthusiasts * Rock Climbing Wall * Regional Conservation
Future of Transportation
Clean/Green Vehicle Show * Alternative Energies * Advancements in all modes
Groups Rides and Routes to the event * Bike Valet * Resource for Bicycle activities, services and education for all ages.
Medical Clinics * Dispensaries * Policy changes * Upcoming events – all in a safe 21+ centered zone for those interested
Innovative environments created by participants!