Celebrate Earth Day 2023 with these great Earth Day events in Oklahoma and Earth Day at home celebration ideas. There is something for everyone.
Every year on April 22nd we celebrate Earth Day. It’s a day to come together and take action on climate change and work to protect our planet.
It’s also a great time to celebrate all that earth has to offer. You can do both of these things at Earth Day events in Oklahoma and around the world. There are even ways for you to celebrate and take action at home.
We’ve got a list of events you can attend in Oklahoma as well as activities and events to enjoy from home. Together we can help make Oklahoma a little bit better this Earth Day!
Earth Day Events in Oklahoma
These are some events happening around the state for Earth Day. You can also join our Facebook group Green Living in Oklahoma to stay up-to-date on Earth Day events and other happenings around the state.
As we are still in a pandemic we encourage everyone to stay home if they feel sick, wear masks indoors, stay up-to-date on vaccines, and let’s take care of our community as we take care of our earth.
Tulsa Art District’s Earth Day Celebration
April 21nd- April 23rd in Tulsa
Earth Kind, Earth Day
April 22nd in Oklahoma City
Learn about creating pollinator habits, native and drought-tolerant plant selections, naturally gardening practices, and tricks and tips on vegetable gardening.
Earth Day Walkups at the Myriad Botanical Gardens
April 22nd in Oklahoma City
For Earth Day 2022 we are embracing our roles as investors in the planet’s future! Walkups will be scattered about the Children’s Garden with activities ranging from Earth-loving natural crafts, to making our commitment pledges, to interactive games and lessons surrounding the three R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle).
Norman’s Earth Day Festival
April 23rd in Norman
Come to Andrews Park on Sunday, April 23 for the Earth Day Festival! There will be free activities, music, food trucks, free face painting, and great information for all ages about the importance of protecting and celebrating our precious natural resources.
Earth Day Festival in Medicine Park
April 21st in Medicine Park
There will be live music, classes, crafts, group hikes, kayaking, cycling, sound baths and sunset dance circles, and guest speakers.
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Celebrating Earth Day at Home
Especially right now it can be best to celebrate at home instead of in crowds. Don’t worry, there are many things you can do from home to celebrate and take action.
We’ve got some resources to help you plan your own Earth Day at-home celebration. And remember it’s Earth Month so you can celebrate all month long.
- Earth Day Crafts– Fun crafts you can do to learn about the planet and celebrate Earth Day.
- 30 Free Earth Day Activities for Kids– Teach your kids about Earth Day with fun and free Earth Day activities for kids. There are activities for kids of all ages and there are plenty to keep them busy all day.
- Earth Day Books for Kids– Help your kids learn about Earth Day and our planet with these Earth Day Books for kids. They are perfect for reading aloud as a family and starting conversations.
- Take Action– The Earth Day organization has some great ways to take action this Earth Day. There are things people of all ages can do.
- Celebrate Your Favorite Eco-Friendly Businesses– Nominate and vote for your favorite local businesses for our Best of 2022. It only takes a minute and it can help get the word out about your favorite businesses.
Get a Free Earth Day Activity Book
A really fun way to celebrate at home is with this Earth Day activity book. You can download it for free and enjoy it with your family.
Looking for even more to do for Earth Day? Check out the Green Living in Oklahoma Facebook Group!
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