Come and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Greater Sudbury Earth Day Festival!
- April 25th 2015 10am-3pm
- Sudbury Secondary School (154 College St) The location is accessible.
- Suggested donation $5/individual, $10/family
We are pulling out all the stops for this milestone Earth Day Festival. Come and celebrate the achievements of the last 10 years in Greater Sudbury and share your hopes and dreams for the next 10 years. Community-minded and collaborative, this Festival will focus on what has created and what will generate real change in Greater Sudbury. This will be a fun, interactive and engaging event for the whole family!
Sponsor this event
We welcome support from community partners for this landmark anniversary of the Festival. Click here for information about sponsorship levels. Note that poster visibility is guaranteed if sponsorship is confirmed by March 1st 2015.
We are looking for grass-roots organizations, environmental non-profits, green busineses and local food vendors to display at the Festival. Click here for exhibitor and food vendor registration form.
We need volunteers to work at the Festival and assist in the preparations. Please contact us to let us know when you are available and what you'd like to do. Here is the volunteer form .
If you are interested in performing, running a workshop, leading an activity or participating in a panel discussion, please contact the event coordinators.
Forget the cars this year and use alternative transportation to the Earth Day Festival. Make sure to get some exercise and ride your bikes to this year's festival. If you have an old bike you'd be willing to donate, they can be donated at the bike drop-off hosted by the Sudbury Cyclists Union.
Too far to bike? Click and print tickets to use Sudbury transit for FREE on April 25 below!
- Interactive retrospective of the last 10 years and the hopes and dreams for the next 10.
- Community art creation with Myths and Mirrors.
- Quiet corner for free yoga, labyrinth walking and other meditations.
- How-to demonstrations and workshops.
- Fabulous local food.
- Multiculural entertainment.
- Ecological building display
- Electric car demonstrations.
- Educational and sales booths from local organizations and businesses offering environmentally oriented services, projects, tools and programs.
Returning by popular demand, PLAYLearnThink will be presenting "Reuse for Play". Kids will have the opportunity to build and create using recycled materials.
Phone: (705) 674-1685