Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, from 2:30 – 5 p.m., at the Queens County Farm Museum.
Commemorate this historic occasion and learn how Queens Farm celebrates Earth Day every day. Kids can make their own Bee Hotel to protect pollinators and “BEE” a part of the farm’s Trash Flash Mob.
Earth Day participants can adopt-a-worm and snag a seed ball at the farm’s compost exhibit. Walking tours will highlight how Queens Farm is addressing climate change using silvopasture. The event includes eco-crafts, tractor-drawn hayrides, and cooking demos. Recommended for ages two through 12. Grown-ups free with participating child.
Advance Tickets: $10/child; Door Tickets: $12/child
For more information visit http://www.queensfarm.org/events.html.
Submitted by Queens County Farm Museum