Join us for these exciting LIVE programs during the 2021 Virtual Piedmont Earth Day Fair! Click on the event name to register and learn more.
All events are FREE and open to the public.
Patio Gardening for Beginners
with Wild Roots Garden Market
April 19 at 7PM via Zoom
Growing vegetables in small spaces is not only possible, but a whole lot of fun! Join us for step-by-step advice on how to start a patio garden that's beautiful, sustainable, and filled with delicious vegetables. Register for the zoom link here.
Ecofeminism Lunch and Learn
with Dr. David Phillips from WFU
April 20 at 12:00PM via Zoom
Join us for an interactive webinar explaining what Eco-Feminism means and how we can channel some of these ideas about exploitation and power into modern environmental activism. Register for the zoom link here.
Final Round: 2021 Environmental Debate Tournament
April 21 at 4PM via Zoom
Watch live as local high school students debate in PEA's 2021 Environmental Debate Tournament about the best ways for people to combat climate change. This is the final round of a one-day tournament and features Mt. Tabor High School's Brendan Smull & David Sieg and Reagan High School's Torin Simpson & Reed Ballus. Register for the zoom link here.
Interfaith Panel on Environment, Climate & Justice
with community faith leaders
April 21 at 5:30PM via zoom.
Join a panel of local faith leaders for an interfaith discussion on the connections between religion, climate change, and environmental sustainability. Our esteemed speakers this year include: Rev. Craig Schaub, Rabbi Mark Cohn, Rev. Willard W. Bass, Bishop Todd Fulton, and Associate Chaplain for Muslin Students Naijla Faizi. Register for the zoom link here.
Wild Earth Yoga Flow
with Wildlight Wellness Collective
April 22 at 6PM.
Join this all level flow yoga to connect us back into the earth, our community, and ourselves. Register for the zoom link here.
Earth Day Story Time + Calming Yoga
with Forsyth County Public Library
April 22 at 7PM
End your Earth Day with a calming story and movement. Families will follow along with the earth-related yoga poses as we read “Good Night Yoga” by Mariam Gates and practice our mindful breathing. This program is recommended for families with children ages 2 and up. Register for the zoom link here.
Growing Edible Mushrooms in the Piedmont
with Durham Public Schools Hub Farm
April 23 at 12:30PM
Enter the wild, magical world of the fungi kingdom. Tune in virtually to learn about the biology and anatomy of gilled mushrooms. Then, come along as we teach you how to inoculate and manage your own edible mushroom log. Register for the link here.