Cumberland County Schools Go Green Initiative Earth Day Celebration

Building a wind turbine

Cumberland County Schools Go Green Initiative Earth Day Celebration

Building a wind turbine
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WHEN

4/16 (Tuesday)
from 9:00am - 1:00pm
2019-04-16 13:00:002019-04-16 17:00:00America/New_YorkCumberland County Schools Go Green Initiative Earth Day CelebrationCumberland County Schools second graders are treated to an absolute cornucopia of fun learning at our  5th Annual Earth Day Festival.  Students have an opportunity to learn about our environment through hands-on activities, hikes, play, yoga, arts, and crafts.  We have over 25 environmental educators, from many local, state and regional agencies. Our local high school academy students show off their expertise by teaching our younger students gardening, solar, and wind power while showing them the world is a special place we celebrate as well as protect. 2165 Wilmington Highway, Fayetteville, NC 28306
4/17 (Wednesday)
from 9:00am - 1:00pm
2019-04-17 13:00:002019-04-17 17:00:00America/New_YorkCumberland County Schools Go Green Initiative Earth Day CelebrationCumberland County Schools second graders are treated to an absolute cornucopia of fun learning at our  5th Annual Earth Day Festival.  Students have an opportunity to learn about our environment through hands-on activities, hikes, play, yoga, arts, and crafts.  We have over 25 environmental educators, from many local, state and regional agencies. Our local high school academy students show off their expertise by teaching our younger students gardening, solar, and wind power while showing them the world is a special place we celebrate as well as protect. 2165 Wilmington Highway, Fayetteville, NC 28306

WHERE

Arnette Park
2165 Wilmington Highway
Fayetteville, NC 28306

AUDIENCE

This is open by registration to our Cumberland County Schools 2nd graders

ADMISSION

FREE

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

Cumberland County Schools second graders are treated to an absolute cornucopia of fun learning at our  5th Annual Earth Day Festival.  Students have an opportunity to learn about our environment through hands-on activities, hikes, play, yoga, arts, and crafts.  We have over 25 environmental educators, from many local, state and regional agencies. Our local high school academy students show off their expertise by teaching our younger students gardening, solar, and wind power while showing them the world is a special place we celebrate as well as protect.

AUDIENCE

This is open by registration to our Cumberland County Schools 2nd graders

ADMISSION

FREE!

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

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Photo Credit: 

Laurie Pender, Cumberland County Schools