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Earth Day Calender - April 2019
Earth Day Calender - April 2019

Earth Day Calender

Apr 10, 2019
by Vesta Copestakes


Apr 5 ~  Safari West Conservation Dinner Series ~ Norman Gershenz of   SaveNature.Org   joins us after dinner to give a talk about bugs. There will be live bugs! 6pm at 3115 Porter Creek Road, Santa Rosa. INFO.  800-616-2695

Apr 6 ~ Invasive Plant Removal ~ Removing ice plant allows native, endangered plants to repopulate the area. We will provide gloves, tools, snacks and drinks. Registration required. 10a-1pm at 201 Doran Beach Road, Bodega Bay. INFO.  707-565-3356   or John. 

Apr 7 ~ Sonoma Mountain in Bloom ~ Explore April wildflowers and the park’s rich biodiversity. Bring water, and a picnic lunch. Semi-strenuous 5-mile hike. 10a-2p at North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park, 5297 Sonoma Mountain Rd, Santa Rosa

Apr 13 ~ Earth Day Celebration ~ Arts and crafts, face painting, magic show. FREE, 11a-3p, Quarryhill Botanical Garden. 12841 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen. INFO.  707-996-3166, 

Apr 14 ~  Earth Day hike Benziger Family Winery ~ Stories, Biodynamic farming, and history of our Estate. If you would like to add lunch to your hike, please call us. Two times 10a or 2p at 1883 London Ranch Rd, Glen Ellen. INFO. 1-800-989-8890

Apr 14 ~ Legends, Lore & More! Enjoy surprising stories and fascinating facts about nature’s blooming treasures as we search for spring wildflowers on this informative 2-mile walk. 10a-12p at Taylor Mountain Regional Park, 2080 Kawana Terrace, Santa Rosa. INFO. 

Apr 20 ~ Volunteer on Earth Day at Maxwell Farms ~Remove trash and invasive plants from Sonoma Creek. 9-12p  at Maxwell Farms Regional Park, 100 Verano Ave., Sonoma. INFO. 

Apr 20 ~ Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods and Partners Earth Day Clean Up ~ Clean up the river and beach, by sand and kayak. 9a-12p, We will provide buckets, trash bags, gloves and grabbers at Jenner Beach

Apr 20 ~ first Annual Earth Day Clean-up at Lake Sonoma ~ Kids welcome! 9a-12p. Lunch served! 3288 Skaggs Springs Rd. Geyserville. INFO.  707-431-4533 

Apr 23 ~ Praxis Peace Institute presents a Special Earth Day event with Michael Brune ~ the Executive Director of the national Sierra Club. 7:30pm at Vintage House, 264 First St., East, Sonoma. INFO. Georgia Kelly,   707-939-2973

Apr 27 ~ Earth Day on Stage ~ Family-friendly festival inspires awareness and build community through environmental protection. FREE, 12-4p, 69 Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa. INFO.  707-543-3711, Rhianna Frank,, 

Apr 28 ~ BioBlitz 2019 ~ This is a great opportunity to reconnect with nature, meet new people and contribute to science. Refreshments provided. Registration is required. 10a-1pm at Sonoma Valley Regional Park, 13630 Highway 12, Glen Ellen. INFO.

Apr 28 ~Earth Day Festival in Burlingame Hall ~ Organized by the Earth Care Team of First Congregational Church of Sonoma, UCC, the event promises something for everyone, young and old, music lovers, foodies, and friends of the Earth. Admission is free. 11:30am - 2:00pm at Burlingame Hall, 252 W. Spain Street in Sonoma 


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