This weekend, the City of College Park, Maryland-National Park and Planning Commission, College Park Arts Exchange, and donors Brita FilterForGood., Polar Bottle, LunchSkins, and ecoartware.com will be organize a City wide Earth Day festival
The Festival starts at 9 a.m. with the Volunteer Project. Volunteers will remove invasive species and trash from the Paint Branch Stream off of Cherry Hill Road in College Park, MD.
Signing up for the project guarantees your Brita FilterForGood. or Polar Bottle reusable water bottle. The Festival continues at Duvall Field, 9601 Rhode Island Avenue, College Park, MD, with performance and film in the evening.
On April 22, the Festival starts at 12 noon and continues until 8 p.m. at Duvall Field and features more performance, environmental and leadership speakers, information tables, the opportunity to speak with your representatives, and green vendors.
To sign up for the Volunteer Project and to get up-to-date details about the Festival, go to http://cpearthday.wordpress.com/ and follow us on Twitter @cpedfestival