This year’s 42 nd Cincinnati Earth Day Celebration marks a day full of fun and events for kids and adults to promote environmental consciousness and celebrate Cincinnati’s natural beauty; the event takes place at Sawyer Point downtown.
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Maija Zummo
CityBeat

Celebrate the 43rd Earth Day at Sawyer Point with this year's theme: "One Earth … One Chance." This day of education and stewardship will also provide hours of family-friendly entertainment with hands-on displays from environmental groups, a rock-climbing wall, kayak safety lessons, story telling, a recycled materials fashion show, live bands, a Planet Protector Parade and possibly a petting zoo.

The day starts at noon with a Miami Valley Council for Native Americans drum circle and continues with games, scavenger hunts and plays followed by live music by Wild Carrot, Hickory Robot, Magnolia Mountain and a variety of lectures on composting and sustainability from Marvin's Organic Gardens, Rumpke, Hamilton County and more.

Noon-5 p.m. Free. Sawyer Point, 705 E. Pete Rose Way, Downtown, cincinnatiearthday.com .

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