Saturday, April 21, 2018 10am – 3pm
Centenary University and the Hackettstown Community are organizing the 11th Annual free, public Earth Day Celebration! Our itinerary is an ever-changing work-in-progress. More details, additions, and changes are forthcoming. Stay tuned.
If you are a business owner, a local member of the community, or a member of the Centenary University campus and wish to get involved, please contact Dr. Krassi Lazarova at (908) 852-1400 ext. 2252 or Krassi.Lazarova@centenaryuniversity.edu
All Day Events Schedule
All events are free and open to the public!
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
ON THE FRONT LAWN: Crafts, arts, music, bounce house, animals for petting, the popular Environmental Passport for kids, and fun in the sun activities.
- Bird watching and nature walk starts 8am at the Charles O. Hayford Hatchery directly behind the campus. RSVP to Krassi Lazarova at 908-852-1400 ext. 2252
- This year bird watching will be lead again by Ornithologist Dr. Terry Master, Professor of Biology at East Stroudsburg University. He received his Ph.D. in Biology from Lehigh University. His research interests include Avian Ecology and Behavior, and he directs the Avian Ecology and Behavior Lab at East Stroudsburg University. In addition to studying birds, he has a lifelong passion for bird watching and bird photography.
Schedule subject to change, please check back for updates and additions.
Main Stage Schedule
10 am to 3pm:
DJ MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
RECYCLED MATERIALS FASHION SHOW
(MUSIC AND MOTION FOR KIDS)
Vendor and Sponsor Information
If you are interested in being a vendor at our celebration please submit the appropriate form.
|Scrap Master Studio
|Musconetcong Watershed Association
|Healthy Kids Running
|Allamuchy Open Space
Damn Good Chicken
|Global Waste Industries
|National Management Resources
|Electronic Recycling is available though
The Hackettstown Rotary Club
|VISIONS Federal Credit Union
|Bounce Around Rentals
We are looking for volunteers to help out with our Earth Day event on the front lawn in several ways. If you are interested, please see below and respond to the contact.
Faculty/Staff and Student Volunteers:
We need volunteers to help with set-up, the information booth, and break down at the end of the event. We would prefer 2 hour blocks of volunteering, and the times are as follows:
- Set-up, front lawn: 8 am – 10 am (need 6 people)
- Information booth, front lawn: 10 am – 3 pm (need 2 people at all times)
- Break down, front lawn: 2 pm – 4 pm (need 4 people)
If you are interested in helping with one of these shifts, please contact Dr. Krassi Lazarova (email@example.com).