April 22 is officially the day that we celebrate our home, our planet, our Earth. On this day, our environmental issues are promoted in hopes to bring awareness of what we need to do to take better care of our planet.
Some of the issues brought up during this time are global warming, climate change, pollution and the conservation of water. In addition, many cities hold special events to promote Earth Day. Orange County has several events and if you are looking for a place to celebrate our home, look no further. We have a few suggestions for you.
Virtual Earth Day Events for 2021
Due to state guidelines for Covid-19, many of these events may be postponed or cancelled. Please stay tuned for updates.
PVPLC Virtual Earth Day Events (In-person events also scheduled)
Regency Director’s Cut Cinemas – Rancho Niguel
25471 Rancho Niguel Road, Laguna Niguel
April 22, 2021
6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
$35 per car
Earth Day Weekend Drive-In Movie Nights
9812 Hamilton Avenue, Huntington Beach
$35 per car
Endless Summer 2
Fri, April 23, 2021
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Bustin’ Down The Door
Sat. April 24, 2021
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
21010 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach
April 20, 2021
The Sun Deck at Pacific City’s Surf Theater will be giving away GABBY’S DOLLHOUSE Paint Pail Planets Kits to registered participants. Kids will be able to create a craft made from recycled items. Guests can also enjoy an outdoor story time, earth-friendly snacks from Pulp Pantry, and a live animal show to learn about local wildlife and what we can do to preserve their habitats. Space is limited and reservations required.
Family Art Festival and Earth Day Celebration – No event for 2021
Buena Park Community Center
The City of Buena Park Fine Arts is excited to announce that the Family Arts Festival and Earth Day event will be taking place at Smith-Murphy Park at 5290 Cameron Drive, Buena Park. The Children’s Arts Festival will provide a wonderful opportunity for the family to discover and appreciate the arts together. If your family enjoys hands-on art activities and live music, while learning how to take care of our planet, then this event is for you!
Earth Day at the Headlands – TBA
Nature Interpretive Center
While no event is scheduled for 2021, this is a great place to get out and connect with nature.
Come out for Earth Day At The Headlands for an educational experience, take a trip to the Nature Interpretive Center and learn about Dana Point Headlands and it’s endangered and rare species, water quality and conservation, recycling and history of Dana Point’s Native American’s through a “Journey to the Past.”
Virtual Earth Month at Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Sustainability
Cal State Fullerton
April 1-30, 2021
At the Cal State Fullerton Earth Month event, different campus departments and organizations come together and bring their perspectives on sustainability to campus and encourage the community to live a sustainable life.
Earth Day Festival – TBA
Bolsa Chica Wetlands
Earth Day Celebration – TBA
Niguel Botanical Preserve
Visit the Niguel Botanical Preserve – no event scheduled, but a great place to get out in nature.
Earth Day & Arbor Day Celebration – TBA
Celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day at Christopher Park. Visitors can learn about environmental programs that are offered by the City and exhibitors at the Green Expo and volunteers will be able to plant new landscapes at the park. Volunteers can enjoy free hotdogs and ice cream while supplies last. Volunteers must submit an application and waiver prior to planting.
Earth Day at the Bay – Saturday, April 17, 2021
Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center
Take a stand together and show our planet that you care at the Earth Day at the Bay, located in Newport Beach. Environmental partners will be present to show visitors what they can do to help protect and preserve our planet. Booths will have family friendly activities which include arts and crafts, science discovery, and educational information. Participate in the scavenger hunt with the chance to win small prizes. This will be a fun filled day with live music from Danny Maika. Guests are asked to bring a bag of small, clean, hard plastic items (bottle caps, toy pieces, old pens and markers, etc.) so that they Child Creativity Lab can help make amazing creations to keep these plastics out of our Bay and ocean.
These are only some of the many Earth Day activities taking place in Orange County. Mother Earth has continuously taken care of us, so it’s important to show her how much we appreciate everything she’s done. Let’s dedicate time to spreading awareness of the dangers our planet is undergoing in hopes to promote ways we can better protect our planet and show Mother Earth how much we appreciate her by coming together and celebrating a place that we all love…our home.
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