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Earth Day Spokane 

When: Sat., April 23, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 2016
Phone: 209-2407
Email: volunteer@landscouncil.org
Price: Free
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After you plant a tree or seed your garden (both very Earth-friendly activities), head on down to Riverfront Park for the city’s annual Earth Day festivities, including the always fun and family-friendly “Procession of the Species” (2:30-3 pm). It’s easy to participate, and during the day’s events, you can make a quick animal mask to wear if you’re the last-minute type. If you feel like going all out, costumes are encouraged, as are musical instruments (drums, recorders, guitars) and other eye-catching accessories. Bonus points for coming as a group dressed as a flock of geese or a pack of wolves. Stick around throughout the day for live music, free crafts and to check out the community and vendor booths.
— Chey Scott

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