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at a couple of videos New Yorkled had taken in the past years.
Yours truly felt they so very relevant to the content and aim of
this page. To help raise awareness of what we're all striving for.
A world in which folks care about our planet. Enjoy!
An Afternoon at the NY Aquarium in Brooklyn
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Jelly Fish Stingers at the Aquarium
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On this New Yorkled
Magazine page are featured Earth Day events for all to join in
on and help make this a better world and to better our environment.
It's that time of year again. When we all gather in many ways
to show our support, thoughts and care for Mother Nature. Unfortunately
the world seems to need this Tender Loving Care more now than
ever in human history it seems. Things almost feel as if they're
throttling out of control what with newspapers, television and
all other sorts of media mentioning how bad things are with the
It's most certainly
our time and possibly last chance to make known to the powers
that be how bad things are. How imperative the need is to begin
fixing things and how we need to spread the
word for the sake of enlightening others and educating folks.
It's our world and its the world which our children will inherit.
Our future generations deserve a better world!
Heck, it's also a good
way for us to instill in our kids the responsibility they have
in caring for our planet. So if you're interested in learning
more about participatory events, festivals and other items:
Tour departs from the Hudson River in midtown Manhattan Rates: $33.99 for Adults and less
for Children and Seniors
2 Hours Year Round
Departs from Pier 83, West 42nd Street
& 12th Avenue Rates: Beginning at $25.99
3 Hours Year Round
York Elegant Dinner Cruise - World Yacht Marina
Cruise departs from 41st Street Marina, New York Rates: Beginning at $119
3 hours Year Round
Earth Day is
on Monday, April 22, 2013 with events being scheduled during the
preceeding week and beyond. You can look below to see what's going
on in our boroughs and how you too can partake in these free activities
and such. For additional information regarding SOME of the following
you can check: www.nyc.gov/parks or
National Grid Earth Day Celebration Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 3:00 pm Walt Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College
This interactive family event will take place on the plaza outside Brooklyn College’s Walt Whitman Theatre immediately following the 2pm presentation of Tales of Anansi, a storytelling concert by the environmental performance group Bash the Trash. Brooklyn Center’s Sixth Annual National Grid Earth Day Celebration is free and open to the public.
Earth Day Outdoors at Union Square Sunday, April 21 from
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
In lieu of the traditional outdoor fair which has taken place outside of Grand Central Terminal this year it'll be taking place at Union Square.
Featuring live performances, exhibis as well as displays by local and national environmental organizations, local businesses, and corporate partners.
EARTH DAY FESTIVAL At Flushing Town Hall Sunday, April 21st
Celebrate the beauty and artistry of the earth! Develop your green thumb, learn about bee-keeping, visit with the Baymen of Long Island, make jewelry and art out of recycled materials, and much more. Fun for the entire family. Sponsored by NYC Council Member James F. Gennaro. Starts at 1:00 PM.
""We at the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation are pleased to inform you that on Sunday, April 21st, 2013, we will be partnering up with the Chinatown Business Improvement District to launch our Second Annual Earth Day! The event will take place at the neighborhood's own beautiful Columbus Park, and we need your help to make it a success. ""
""Our primary goal for this year is to make Earth Day even bigger, better, and more memorable than last year. We will also be tying this initiative with
several others that the Chinatown BID will be hosting in the following months, with the eventual end result being a cleaner, greener, and improved Chinatown. We'd like to reach new heights this year by planting all sorts of new plants in Columbus Park, as well as attaching 60 new planters throughout Chinatown area for the year. ""
""All volunteers will receive a free t-shirt (first come, first serve) and a certificate, worth five volunteer hours, commending them on their participation. Come join us in renewing the image of Chinatown as a green, environmentally sustainable, and family friendly place to be.For more information, please visit ""
Green Festival at the Jacob Javits Convention Center
On Earth Day Weekend, April 19-21, New York City Green Festival returns to Javits Center North celebrate community with the largest, most diverse and most trusted place for learning, shopping, networking and having fun. The Festival will feature favorites, like the organic, vegetarian and vegan food court; the Sierra Club Green Cinema; eco-fashion exhibits; hands-on DIY workshops; live music; an organic beer and wine garden; inspiring keynote presentations and, a nationally renowned Green Marketplace featuring products and services from local, regional and national green and sustainable businesses and organizations.
Earth Day Celebration Sunday, April 21, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Swing by Empire Fulton Ferry to honor Earth Day with arts and crafts made from recycled materials and entertainment for the whole family. Check our website for details as we announce the full lineup!
Bronx Urban Farms Trolley Tours Saturdays, May 11, June 8, July 13, August 3, September 7, and October 12 • 9 a.m. departure from midtown Manhattan, 3 p.m. return
All aboard for the third annual urban farm tour series, narrated group tours of some of the borough’s amazing urban farms and community gardens. Come aboard the Bronx Trolley and meet community farmers as they tend to their plots of land; micro-entrepreneurs who raise bees and harvest honey; and see chickens that produce Bronx farm-fresh eggs. Each tour includes a healthful lunch, a lesson in agro-tourism, and entertainment. The event is co-hosted by the Bronx Food & Sustainability Coalition, Bronx Tourism Council, GreenThumb/NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, and Bronx Green-Up. Tickets are $30; R.S.V.P. required. All proceeds go toward the support and programming of Bronx community gardens. To register or for more information, call 718.590.3518 or e-mail bronxfoodsummit[at]@gmail.com
Bronx Compost Workday
Help community gardeners build a greener, healthier, and more sustainable city as they recycle their garden trimmings into compost. Pitch in with chopping, mixing, sifting, and other compost bin maintenance tasks while learning hands-on the tips and techniques for setting up and managing your own compost system.
- Saturday, April 6 • 10 a.m.–1 p.m. • Van Cortlandt Park Compost Demonstration Site • enter park at Broadway near Mosholu Avenue
- Wednesday, April 17 • 2:30–4:30 p.m. • Bon Secours New York Health Systems/Schervier Garden • 2975 Independence Avenue, meet at main entrance
- Saturday, April 20 • 10 a.m.–2 p.m. • Roberto Clemente Community Garden • Corner of West 169th Street and Shakespeare Avenue
Thursday, April 25 • 2:30–4:30 p.m. • El Girasol Community Garden • East 138th Street between Cypress and St. Ann’s Avenues
- Thursday, May 23 • 2:30–4:30 p.m. • Fordham-Bedford Lotbusters Community Garden • Corner of East 193rd Street and Bainbridge Avenue
Entertainment & Performances, Fairs & Festivals, Kid/Family Friendly, Music & Concerts, Outdoors
Join Natural Awakenings Magazine and Stonehenge As We Celebrate Earth Day!
Stonehenge’s Ritz Plaza Firefighters' Memorial Park, 235 West 48th Street
Featuring an opening tribute to Mother Earth by internationally acclaimed author Sierra Bender and Live Entertainment from Hip Hop Saves Lives including the Brown Rice Family and more.
Facepainting, Juggling, and Bubble Sculpture!
Plus: Discounts, Freebies, & the chance to meet NYC leaders in the wellness industry!
Free to the community - fun for the whole family!
Other Events taking place at other NYC Parks
PLEASE DO BE SURE TO CONSULT WITH THE ASSOCIATED LINKS FOR THE SAKE OF CONFIRMING LAST MINUTE CANCELLATIONS &/OR THE NEED FOR RESERVATIONS.
Rain Date-Celebrate Earth Day
at Subway Terrace (in Fort Tryon Park), Manhattan 10:00 am–2:00 pm
Need volunteer hours for school or work? Fort Tryon Park welcomes you! Join us for preparations for our spring planting season.
A Clearing in the Forest: Trash to Treasure
at Peter Jay Sharp Children's Glade (in Central Park), Manhattan 12:00 pm–1:30 pm
Celebrate Earth Month and learn how you can reduce your impact on the planet while turning you trash into treasure.
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Sister Rain and Brother Sun
at Sobelsohn Park (in Forest Park), Queens 7:00 pm
When Sister Rain becomes jealous of Brother Sun and stops watering the Earth, Mother Nature and the audience must join forces to save the day.
Images from a previous Year's
Giant Earth Images Show at Grand Central Terminal