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Earth Day 2018

On Saturday, April 21nd 2018  Delray Beach will host an Earth Day Celebration from 9:30 am to 12:30pm  on the lawn behind Old School Square in the heart of downtown Delray.  The 2018 Earth Day theme is Plastics, so there are many ways your organization can adopt the theme and help advance environmental awareness. 

We invite you to be part of the family-friendly festivities and showcase your organizations’ activities and commitment to environmental sustainability by having a booth space at our event.  An Earth Day booth provides the opportunity to hand out informational materials, demonstrate products, offer product samples and engage with community residents young and old on the topic of environmental sustainability.  We are particularly interested in booths that can offer an interactive experience for children or adults, including simple craft making, face painting, seed planting, puzzle solving, poster contests, raffles, games --- be creative-- but please refrain from retail sales, as this is a free, educational event. 

A link to the new 2018 Booth Host/Vendor Application is found below.  Booths spaces at the Earth Day Celebration are FREE, but as space constraint limits the number we can accommodate, I encourage you to complete and return the application, along with the insurance certificate naming the City of Delray Beach as the additionally insured, as soon as possible. Space is limited!

DOWNLOAD AND BOOTH HOST/VENDOR  APPLICATION
(Fill in the PDF version, sign using electronic authentication, save and email back to PuszkinA@mydelraybeach.com)


EARTH DAY 2017
Delray Beach Celebrated Earth Day on Saturday, April 22nd, at the Pavilion at Old Square School Square.  The 2017 event included over 25 vendor participants, and provided fun games for children, planting activities, and information displays about recycling, sea trash, solar energy and farm-to-table foods. Tesla Motors, SMART cars, and FPL all displayed the latest electric vehicle technologies. Many local non-profits, including Community Greening, the Sandoway House and Human Powered Delray, supported the event, giving it a true Delray Beach appeal.
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