Did you know that we have the one of the Indiana’s longest running Earth Day celebrations right here in Terre Haute?
On Saturday, April 27, 2019, the
Earth Day tradition continues at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and is hosted by Sisters of Providence of St Mary-of-the-Woods.
In the past, my kiddos have particularly enjoyed watching the alpaca shearing and the pony rides.
This year, the Wabash Valley’s largest and longest running Earth Day celebration featuring food, fun, crafts, activities and education for the entire family, all focused on care for creation, especially our Earth. Oh, and of course alpacas!
Make sure to bring money for food and shopping.
Earth Day Celebration at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Admission is FREE. Donations are appreciated.
There will be:
Food Booths Handmade Crafts Alpacas Children’s Activities & Face Painting Pony Rides Nature Trail Tours Cooking Demonstrations Fiber Demonstrations Bake Sale and more! Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Earth Day Event
Find out more about the SMWC Earth Day Celebration on the
White Violet Center’s website.
This community-wide event is 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (EDT) and is hosted by White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence.
Want even more Earth Day fun? Check out why the
Earth Day festival at Indiana State University has become one of our favorite springtime traditions.