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Earth Day in Rhode Island

Credit NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Image by Reto Stöckli via Creative Commons

Credit NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Image by Reto Stöckli via Creative Commons

Rhode Island may be a small speck on the globe, but we have big hearts when it comes to all things green.

Here are a list of four local activities to make your Earth Day productive

Get them hands dirty!

  1. East Matunuck Earth Day Beach Cleanup on Earth Day: Hosted by Matunuck Oyster Bar, this cleanup focuses on spiffing up the gorgeous area that is Potters Pond, East Matunuck Beach and the Succotash salt marsh. After a day of tidying up, gorge on fresh shellfish (it doesn’t get much fresher than this) and other refreshments. Sign up  here950 Succotash Rd, South Kingstown, RI

2. Party for the Planet at  the Roger Williams Park Zoo: This is a week-long event, but culminates on Earth Day (Friday the 22) at the Environment Fair. Environmentally friendly organizations will be on hand to give advice on how to live green. Free with zoo admission.

via Creative Commons

via Creative Commons


3. Providence Earth Day Spring Cleaning
: Not only will you get down and dirty cleaning up at various parks around Providence,  but you will reap super awesome rewards. Think snacks, beverages, volunteer buttons that get you free rides on RIPTA, oh, and no big deal, but you’ll also get free admission to the Zoo, Botanical Center and Natural History Museum all weekend, and free admission to the WBRU Earth Day concert Bad Fish at Lupos. Never has picking up litter felt so rewarding. Sign up to volunteer here.

4. Love Thy Nature at Cable Car Cinema: After a hard days work of taking care of the planet, you might want to kick back and relax and the Cable Car Cinema has  you covered. Their showing of the visually stunning film, Love Thy Nature, will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside about the hard work you did cleaning up your little corner of the earth.

 

 

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