Brazos Valley Earth Day is held each April in recognition of the national Earth Day Celebration and will feature educational booths, environmental demonstrations, a kid’s zone, and live entertainment. The 21st annual Brazos Valley Earth Day Festival will be celebrated Saturday, April 23, from 11am to 3pm at Wolf Pen Creek Park.
The 21st Annual Event will be hosted by the Cities of Bryan and College Station, Texas A&M University, Twin Oaks Landfill & Compost Facility, Brazos Valley Council of Governments, and Keep Brazos Beautiful.
Entertainment at the Amphitheater will begin at 11am with performances by Creekview Choir, Morgan and The Wannabe’s.
The Ducky Derby will be held at 1pm and feature a race of rubber duckies down the creek to the finish line. Prizes will be awarded for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place ducks, including a $1000 gift card to the store of your choice, a Flooded Timber duck hunt on the Navasota River, Yeti Cooler, Frio Cooler. All proceeds of adoption fees will benefit the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley. Entrants can adopt one ducky for $10, a “six-quack” of duckies for $50, and a “Quackers Dozen” (13 duckies) for $100.
A Kid’s Zone will be available for festival-goers. Entertainment at the Kid’s Zone stage begins at 11:45am with performances by Creekview Choir, Michael Rugh and Erick Buisson, and the Kaleb Kane Alvardo Band.
A food court presented by Texas Roadhouse and Newk’s will be present, as well as an Eco Street Fair of businesses and organizations.
For more information visit brazosvalleyearthday.com.