Come and give Mother Earth a hug at the National Grid Earth Day celebration on April 21.
Now in its 11th year, the celebration is designed to educate families on how they can play a role in caring for the Earth and creating a more sustainable future.
The event includes interactive activities, experiential learning games, culinary demonstrations, live performances, healthy eating and lifestyle cooking demonstrations, fire prevention demonstrations by the New York City Fire Department, puppeteer Ronny Wasserstrom’s Playdate Puppets, martial arts demonstration by TMC Martial Arts, a mobile library unit from the Brooklyn Public Library, an instrument building workshop using recycled and reused materials by educational performance group Bash the Trash, face painting, interactive storytellers, and more.
Educational materials and give-away items highlight the need for conserving energy and recycling in the home.
Earth Day Celebration, April 21 at 2 pm to 5 pm. Free.
Weeksville Heritage Center [158 Buffalo Ave. in Crown Heights; (718) 951–4600; www.brook
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