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Posted on: April 24, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Napa’s Earth Day Celebration is Sunday, April 28th

Live Music at Earth Day

Earth DayThe first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970, so this year marks the 50th annual nationwide event! Locally, Napa will celebrate this Sunday, April 28th by filling downtown’s Oxbow Commons with environmental awareness, family fun, and community. The Environmental Education Coalition of Napa County (EECNC) hosts this annual festival to connect people with local organizations and individuals who provide earth-friendly, creative pathways toward a sustainable future. From 11:00 am to 4:00 pm attendees will discover exhibitors featuring environmental products, services, hands-on activities, and useful giveaways. City of Napa Recycling, Water, Fire, and Parks & Recreation exhibits will join dozens of others offering information on a host of important topics. Earth Day Napa is also excited to be part of the first ever international Drive Electric Earth Day. Come learn about the environmental and cost-saving benefits of electric vehicles, with many on display.Earth Day

Earth Day 2019 will be celebrated the Napa way, with live music sponsored by BottleRock Napa Valley including Jes Frances at 11:30 am, Alana Sweetwater at 1 pm, and Royal Jelly Jive at 3 pm. Some of these bands will be performing at next month’s BottleRock! Local performance artists and amazing dancers will also be featured at the main stage.  99.3 FM The Vine will even be doing a live radio broadcast during the event. While Earth Day 2019 is free, attendees are encouraged to purchase the delicious local food, wine, and beer offered by popular vendors.  Event beverage sales fund field trip bus grants offered by EECNC. These grants enable local students to visit sites such as Skyline Park, Connolly Ranch, and Bothe State Park.  Beverage sales proceeds also support the Darcy Aston Environmental Advocacy Scholarship, awarded by EECNC to local students pursuing a career in the sciences.

To help make this a zero waste event, attendees are urged to bring their own reusable bottle for the “Water Bar” filling station. Lucky early arrivals can grab a free stainless steel Earth Day water bottle. Earth Day 2019 seeks to minimize its transportation impacts too, with the Napa County Bicycle Coalition providing free valet bike parking.

Napa’s annual Earth Day Celebration would not be possible without the generous support of its sponsors. Special thanks go out to Platinum Sponsors – Napa Valley Vintners' Napa Green Certified Winery and Certified Land programs, BottleRock Napa Valley, and KVON and 99.3 FM The Vine. For a complete list of sponsors, exhibitors, vendors, and entertainment, please check the festival web site at

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