Earth Day is still a few weeks away, but it is never too early to start planning some eco-friendly fun. Some people plant organic gardens, others clean up the ocean, and others take an appreciative walk through the woods . Anything that helps a person treat the planet gently is a good way to celebrate nature's favorite holiday.
Can't decide what to do in honor of the earth loving day? No worries, Dayton has you covered with a great Earth Day event.
On April 20, 2013 (Earth Day), the Garden Station in Dayton will be loaded with green goodness. This Earth Day event will feature workshops, activities, information and more, all geared towards helping attendees live a sustainable life.
Here's a brief snippet from their website:
"We have workshops on gardening, composting, seed starting, beekeeping, solar panels, making your home more energy efficient, recycling, homemade paper, kids crafts from recycled items, tree planting, local organic produce, organic non-GMO seeds and plants, yoga, food coops and CSA sign ups and more pending."
Without a doubt, this is a fun way to celebrate the beauty of mother earth in a variety of different ways. Plus, CSA and food coop signup opportunities? What's not to love? Best of all, admission is free, it is an Earth Day event for all ages, and there is something fun for everyone.
The Garden Center event is located in downtown Dayton at 509 E. 4th Street, and the phone number for more information is (937) 610-3845. More of an email person? Write DaytonGardenStation@gmail.com for more details about the event.