With Earth Day officially next Monday, one group in Door County is coordinating an effort to make a weekend’s worth of events memorable and interactive. “Every Day is Earth Day” will be observed at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor next weekend. Organizer Wayne Kudick shares what will be showcased on Friday, April 26.
Amber Beard, Architect Virg Temme, and Mariah Goode from the Door County Land Use Services and Planning will make up the panel starting at 6 pm. On April 27, children activities and displays of solar panels along with five movies on topics of water and composting will be featured. Sunday will include an artistic medley of inspiring green messages that will incorporate poetry, prose, praise, performance, and photography. You can find more information on “Every Day is Earth Day” with this story below.
All events are free and open to the public
Friday, 6PM – The Round Table, moderated by Myles Dannhausen Jr. of the Pulse, will focus on housing issues, including international insights, construction trends, green building, affordable housing in Door County, and related regulations. Our experts include: Virge Temme, Amber Beard and Mariah Goode.
8 PM - Festival Reception - Stay after the Round Table for snacks, drinks, music and karaoke in the Great Hall.
The reception is graciously sponsored by: Kick Ash, Door Artisan Cheese, Shipwrecked Brewing, Hatch Distilling
Saturday, 10AM- 4PM – Open House with 17 exhibitors, 8 speakers and workshops, films, food and kid’s activities.
7PM - Concert with Small Forest
Sunday, 5:30PM – 5XP - An Artistic Reflection on the Earth: poetry, prose, piano, photography and praise.