The 5K race will benefit the Friends of Quiet Waters Park Nature Center Campaign.
The rolling and beautiful 5K course is run on mostly paved park trails through wooded parkland. Walkers and children are welcome. Pets or strollers are permitted.
Post-race festivities include an awards ceremony, refreshments and a random prize drawing. T-shirts to all pre-registered participants and walk-ins as supplies last. Overall and age group medals (2-deep) in 10-year groups. Top overall finishers also receive prizes.
Celebrate our planet at the 2020 Earth Day Festival. Take part in environmental education activities and learn about environmental partnerships with a variety of vendors and environmental groups. Junior Park Ranger activities available for ages 4 – 12. All other activities will be open to all ages. Park admission fee waived for attendees.
For more information contact the Quiet Waters Park Visitor Center at (410)-222-1777
Join Annapolis Green to learn VIRTUALLY about about driving electric — one of the best things you can do to mitigate the effects of Climate Change. The EV Earth Day Showcase was to have been presented by Annapolis Green during the Severna Park Earth Day Festival and as part of the national Drive Electric Earth Day event but we’re going virtual instead.
Eastport Yacht Club’s Environmental Committee presents a talk by Dr. Rita Colwell, Distinguished Professor, University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University and environmental microbiologist specializing in infectious diseases. She is a former director of the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Colwell will discuss the link between Climate Change and human health at the global and local level and answer questions about infectious diseases such as COVID-19.
Presented by GreenGive partners. Grab a cup of coffee and join us for “Saving the Earth is Personal,” an interactive, informal chat with local environmental leaders. Get up close and personal as you learn about what makes them tick, how they are incorporating environmental stewardship into their own lives, and what their guilty “quarantine” pleasures are. Share your own thoughts on environmental leadership.
Guests include: Jacqueline Guild, Director, City of Annapolis Office of Environmental Policy; Matt Johnston, Director, Environmental Policy for Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman; Carmera Thomas-Wilhite, Baltimore Program Manager, Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Click here to join the chat via Zoom at 10 a.m.
The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action. The enormous challenge — but also the vast opportunities — of action on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary.
Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and its related closures and distancing guidelines, the on-site Earth Day Festival was canceled. However, organizers welcome you to be part of their first virtual Earth Day Festival.
The theme for this year’s Festival, established a year ago, has greater meaning now more than ever: 20/20 A Vision for a Healthier World.
We can’t be together for the actual Festival, but we are still connected to the Earth, and caring for ourselves and each other to benefit our community! Enjoy and thank you! Happy Earth Day – every day – and we certainly extend the greatest hopes for a healthier world!
Throughout the month of April, the City of Annapolis has been celebrating Earth Month with daily pledges that residents can take to help improve the planet. These virtual pledges and ideas for simple, stay-at-home earth-friendly practices are things that Annapolitans can incorporate into daily life.
These daily pledges include a pledge on April 22, 2020, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
The pledges have been broken into four categories:
Water (example: clean up after your pet, conserve water in the garden)
Air (example: walk, bike or use transit, switch to LED bulbs)
Habitat (example: grow oysters, use natural cleaning products, create a pollinator garden)
Earth (example: opt for paperless billing, plant a tree, create a meal plan to reduce food waste)
Unnatural Causes celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with a show about climate change and biodiversity. The group exhibition is curated by and features work by Four Alarm Artists, a collective group founded by Blake Conroy, Bridget Parlato and Lynne Parks. It is part of a series of exhibitions and speaking events about environmental issues – cultivated by Four Alarm Artists– throughout the region.