Celebrate Earth Day with Miami-Dade County Parks and its amazing events and activities all throughout April
April has officially been declared Earth Month, thanks to Miami-Dade County Parks’ efforts to highlight the importance of being more sustainable, ethical, and protecting the earth through their plans.
This year, Miami-Dade County Parks is hosting a month-long celebration in honor of Earth Day, which typically takes place on April 22 each year. Local parks and public spaces across Miami-Dade will be used for this celebration, as several events and activities are organized throughout the month.
What you can expect during Earth Month
They're particularly committed to offering a little something for everyone, hosting various events that aim to appreciate and give back to patrons and community members and support the cause at hand.
There will be coastal/park cleanups to different types of festivals that serve food and plenty of song and dance. It's an engaging way to create a buzz and highlight the many important causes related to Earth Day.
Some of the events that will be a part of the celebrations at local sites include:
- Fruit & Spice Park’s Redland Blues and Barbeque Festival (April 2) and Earth Month Service Day (April 17)
- Deering Estate’s Chef’s Table on the Bay (April 8) and Seafood Festival (April 10)
- Zoo Miami's Party For The Planet (April 23-24)
- Various volunteer beach cleanups are being hosted across local parks, including Crandon Park, Haulover Park, Deering Estate, Homestead Bayfront Park, Pelican Harbor Marina, Chapman Field Park, Black Point Park, East Greynolds Park, and Rickenbacker Causeway (April 22)
Where to find more details and information
In addition to the above, you can also find more information and updates on Miami-Dade County’s official website, where they’ve shared the complete schedule for the month as well.
These activities aren't just for recreation but also to educate and empower locals on how they can be a part of the change, and what they can do to improve their local environment and protect the earth as well.
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