Earth Day Omaha!

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UPDATE: This has been transitioned to a virtual event.

For the health and safety of the public, volunteers, friends, and supporters, Earth Day Omaha will not be held in Elmwood Park. Instead, the event will be virtual. Don’t miss Omaha’s first-ever Virtual Earth Day!

Join Earth Day Omaha on Facebook, Instagram, or the website on Saturday, April 18th, for a full day of music, videos, demonstrations, and interactive activities that you can do from home.

Come out and celebrate Earth Day Omaha online on Saturday, April 18th. This annual event is in its 31st year, making it the longest-running environmentally directed event in Omaha. Each year, thousands of visitors pour into the park to celebrate with live music, demonstrations, activities, and admission is free. This year, the event will not be held at Elmwood Park and instead will be virtual.

Enjoy the Activities

Earth Day Omaha is also filled with activities for the entire family. The kiddos can plant seeds at home, take on a recycled horticulture project following the virtual demonstrations, and more.

You might not want to plant a seed, but you’ll have your own fun. You can listen to live music and do some yoga in your living room.

Learn About Caring for the Planet

Do you want to be environmentally friendly, but you aren’t sure how to start? You can learn some tips and tricks at Earth Day Omaha. Head to a Zero Waste Station at Earth Day Omaha to find out how to dispose of waste that you can’t recycle. There will also be speakers on hand to explain how you can do your part to reduce your carbon footprint. The speaking sessions are short, so you can stop by, get the information you need, and head to the next activity. When it’s time for the next activity, consider watching a demonstration, where you will learn how to care for the planet. You will leave with lots of information you can use at home.

You might also like: Visit The Omaha Children’s Museum

Make 2020 Your Most Environmentally Friendly Year Yet

Earth Day Omaha isn’t just a fun event. It’s also the place to go to learn how to care for the environment. Make plans to log on with your entire family so you can learn some tactics to reduce your carbon footprint.