Easy Street Promotions LLC is dedicated to producing sustainable events and partnering with eco-conscious companies and organizations. That's why it was so important to us to partner with Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy on Earth Day 2018!
Join Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy on Friday, April 20 at the Falls Ravine Shelter at Frick Park for a Community Campfire from 6-9PM. Bring your own roastables, and the Parks Conservancy will provide the fire and sticks for a campfire under the stars.
On Saturday, April 21 the festivities continue with a full day of free, sustainable fun for the whole family at the Frick Environmental Center beginning at 11:30AM.
Enjoy “Silent Sukhasana” with Frequency 528. These complimentary silent disco yoga classes are for all experience levels and will take place on the Environmental Center’s deck overlooking Frick Park at Noon, 1:30PM, and 3:00PM. Guests can also sign-up for a variety of naturalist-led walks and hikes at Noon, 1:30PM and 3:00PM.
The event will also feature live music by DJ Dan Dabber, vegetarian and gluten free foods by Pure Grub, human powered fun by solar-power partners ZeroFossil, weeding demo with Allegheny Goatscape, Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative’s imagination playground, Sustainability Pioneers’ “Finding Our Power” video screening at 1:00PM & 3:00PM in the Environmental Center’s Living Room, composting activity with Shadyside Worms, seed planting with Pitt Moss, Western PA Mushroom Club talks and walks, giant checkers with Green Mountain Energy, urban chickens from Choderwood, and much more!
On Earth Day and every day, Pittsburgh Park Conservancy is dedicated to improving quality of life for the people of Pittsburgh by restoring the park system to excellence in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh and the community. Projects and programs are conducted with respect for the environment, historic design, and the needs of our diverse region. Follow the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s Earth Day 2018 on social media with hashtag #PghParksEarthDay2018. For a detailed schedule of events, please visit: www.pittsburghparks.org/earth-day