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Earth Day Volunteers will assemble to plant bee-pollinating shrubs and tree-friendly mushrooms at Everett Crowley Park in Southeast Vancouver (Kerr Street at 64th) on Saturday, April 22 – 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The old Kerr Road Dump is now an Eco-destination of how re-purposed land becomes a natural green refuge for people and wildlife, where year-round community reforesting and park stewardship are Earth Day showcases.
Earth Day at Everett Crowley Park offers a wide range of free family-oriented fun including professional visual and performing arts, music, dancing, and interactive Eco-demonstrations, including very special children’s outdoor learning activities – Green guerrilla gardeners most
welcome!
The Park Board will host a Canada 150 Commemorative Tree planting of 3 trees native to Vancouver – one Big Leaf Maple, one Dogwood ‘Eddie’s White Wonder’ and one Western Red Cedar – at 1pm. Children and families most welcome to participate in this planting so please join this memorable Canadian moment!
The entertainment, exhibits and activities are all free and wheelchair accessible. This annual community event is organized by local residents, and is supported by the Champlain Heights Community Association and Vancouver Park Board.
Zero-waste food, refreshments, and sustainability education will be on site and freely available – BRING YOUR OWN CUP!

Visit earthdayvancouver.org for more information.