Earth Week in Denver Apr. 18-24
“Earth Week in Denver” is Sunday, April 18 through Saturday, April 24.

The Official Earth Day began on April 22, 1970. America celebrates 51 years of environmental awareness and education, grassroots volunteerism, and celebration of Earth.

We encourage Denver citizens to participate on their own time that week individually, or as families, by picking up debris in their own Denver yards, neighborhoods, parks, and the Community and City Centers. Picking up fallen sticks in Denver parks will be encouraged and helpful, too. Please place any limbs collected in city parks in a pile and the city staff will pick them up.

Blue reusable mesh litter bags will be available free to the first 100 families (one per family please), at the Denver Library beginning on Monday, April 12 through Friday, April 23.

For any questions, about the town-wide litter clean-up, please contact Pam Wolter at pamelar.wolter@gmail.com. She is a member of the national Earth Day Volunteer Corp. There will be other “Earth Week in Denver” activities and programs at the Denver Library and announced soon.

Thank you for making a difference to your community and Earth!
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