Northern Michigan’s Earth Day Celebration

Free Earth Week Expo Saturday, April 14th, 2018 10:30am-1:45pm Celebrating with the Free Expo and Eco Adventures in April and May

Earth Week Plus Northern Michigan presents a free family friendly, eco-tastic, environmentally friendly free Earth Day Celebration Expo Event in April each year to help increase education and awareness about environmental issues. Help us celebrate the 10th Anniversary of this great event on Earth Day 2018! The Earth Week Plus Expo at Cheboygan High School, features presentations about the earth and its creatures, with assemblies, interactive displays, workshops and exhibits for all ages. The ‘PLUS’ is that the adventures are presented all month in April and May at various adventure locations around Cheboygan County and the Great Up North! For 2018 we will also have an adventure the first Saturday in June. Earth Week Plus is one of Michigan’s largest Earth Day Celebrations. We are happy to announce that we have one a prestigious award from the Keep Michigan Beautiful Organization!  Our Volunteers traveled to Lansing in October to receive this award. More details coming soon.

For Info on the Expo listen to interview with the EWP Chairmain, Judi Chimner, about this free Earth Week event on Big Country Hits 102.9.

 

The Earth Week plus Committee is working on a eco-tastic line up of events for 2018!  The 11th Annual Earth Week Expo is a totally free event for adults and youth alike. To learn  more about the Expo Workshops please visit our Expo Page here.  To see the great list of Display Booths – click here. To learn more about the Adventures in April and May visit our Adventure Page click here. Please support our local green Sponsors who have made it possible for us to bring you Earth Week Plus! Please visit our Sponsors Page for Sponsor names and links to their websites by clicking here.

Celebrating our Earth and its Creatures

In honor of Earth Day the Earth Week Plus Committee's mission is to increase awareness of environmental issues and to provide an opportunity for local families to learn about nature and how we can preserve it for future generations.