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Earth Day Celebrations Vancouver 2014

Earth Day is quickly approaching. For those of you who are eager to celebrate our beautiful planet, here are a couple of events happening in the region this year:


2014 Earth Day Celebration March and Festival

Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf
On Monday, April 21st, 2014 join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as they carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive. This year’s event features David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!


Like years past, the public is invited to march in the annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where they will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, juggling and more. Participants are encouraged to be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!

This event is family friendly and open to people across the Lower Mainland.
Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.vfE7kG3l.dpuf
Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf


Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf

Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf
oin Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf
Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf

Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.B3frotez.dpuf

Celebrate Earth Day Vancouver 2014 at Everett Crowley Park 

Help plant 1,000 native trees!

Presented by Wesgroup Properties, entertainment will include Red Fox Healthy Living Society, Lindsey long Legs, and face-painting with Bunkie the Clown. Click for more info: Earth Day Entertainment.
Food vendors will be on site.
DATE: Saturday, April 26th
TIME: 11:00am to 3:00pm
PLACE: Everett Crowley Park 63rd Avenue Kerr Road
Entrance is off Kerr Road near East 64th Avenue (three blocks south of Champlain Mall)

Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.vfE7kG3l.dpuf

Join Windermere High School’s Youth for Climate Justice Now as we carry on the tradition of celebrating Earth Day on Commercial Drive! This year’s parade will be featuring special guest David Suzuki and musical guests Buckman Coe, Corrinal Keeling and much more!
Like years past, we’d like to invite you to march in our annual Earth Day parade from Commercial and Broadway to Grandview Park, where we will be greeted by a celebration complete with speakers, musicians, possibly some juggling by a local leader or two, and all the good things that come with gathering together as a community to address the things that matter most today.
At this stage, we’d like to ask you to save the date. We’ll be adding details about speakers and performers in days to come. So for now, start figuring out your costume for the parade, and mark Monday April 21th on Commercial Drive!
This event is family friendly, and youth from the across the lower mainland are welcome and encouraged to come.
We hope to make this the most colourful and exciting Earth Day yet, but we can’t do it without you. So be creative and come out with floats, costumes, signs, banners, props or anything else you can imagine to show your commitment to the environment and creating a better world!
– See more at: http://earthdayparade.ca/more-info/#sthash.vfE7kG3l.dpuf

If you know of any other events within the Metro Vancouver region, please let me know so that I can add them to this list! 

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