Oak Cliff Earth Day




The 12th annual Oak Cliff Earth Day will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 14, at Lake Cliff Park, in Dallas. This year, the fifth annual Green Source DFW Run for the Environment will kick off the festival at 9:30 a.m. Oak Cliff Earth Day will feature a diverse lineup of entertainment, environmental education booths and green vendors, along with food and fun for the kids.

The grassroots green festival was launched in 2007 by volunteers to educate the community on eco-friendly living. After a 10-year-run, volunteers took a hiatus in 2017. Not wanting to see the popular community event end, the Memnosyne Institute, parent of GreenSourceDFW and longtime festival sponsor, took over as host in 2018 and merged the green fest with its annual Green Source DFW Run for the Environment.

For more information, visit OakCliffEarthDay.com.

 

 

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