Sierra College has celebrated Earth Day each year since its official world-wide inauguration in April of 1970; 45 years of celebrating our Mother Earth! Earth Day events are free of charge, and open to the public, and we welcome and encourage the community to come celebrate with us.
This year’s theme is: We are all in this Together! - the human reliance on limited and/or finite natural resources for all of our needs and encouraging sustainability in our families, businesses, and communities. We will be promoting the “6-R’s” (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Return, Refuse, Rethink), conservation and preservation, local foods, local sustainable businesses, local music as well as local watersheds, native flora and fauna, public transportation, and more.
April 21, 7:00-8:30pm, Dietrich Theater
Wild and Scenic Film Festival
sponsored by the Placer Land Trust (free to student, general admission $10, open to the public)
April 22-24, 10am-2:30pm, amphitheater/campus center:
Schedule of Events for festival on Wednesday & Thursday:
10am - 2:30pm: Earth Day events at Sierra College will offer live music, great healthy food for purchase, educational, environmental and humanitarian exhibits, plant sale, climbing wall, guided nature walks and speakers to provide entertainment and information.
Ongoing - Dozens of organizations will present information on local watershed issues and opportunities, wildlife rehabilitation, home gardening information, water and energy conservation, transportation solutions, environmentally friendly products, and more. Nature Preserve Walks guided by biology professors.
Food Vendors, Wed./Thur.:
The sounds of numerous college-based bands will fill the air, emanating from our Amphitheater. Professional juggler, Izzi Tooinsky will entertain the crowd with his amazing juggling talents intertwined with amusing and inspiring story telling.
There is a $3 parking fee on campus Monday – Friday. Parking is free on the weekends beginning at 4pm on Fridays. Permits can be purchased at dispensers located throughout the parking lots. For more information: 916-660-7900, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org