Celebrate Earth Day at Wildcat Bluff! April 22, 1pm-4pm

Saturday, April 22, 2017 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Join us on Earth Day, April 22 from 1 - 4pm for Earth centered activities and lots of fun!

We'll make seed balls and terrariums and more and learn about water and why it's so important to our area to be careful with it from the good folks at the Center for the Study of the American West.  Join us for fun and enjoy the trails while you're at it.  The afternoon is free so come on out and see a piece of Panhandle Nature on Earth Day!

It'll be a whole day of Earth-Friendly activities and learning experiences. Wildcat Bluff will host our Earth Day celebration from 1-4pm to allow those interested in Marching for Science to join the group meeting at Sunset Center on Plains Ave at 10am.  They'll be walking from Sunset Center to Medipark and will continue the celebration there.  They've graciously offered to donate the t-shirt sales profits from that event to Wildcat Bluff and we couldn't be more excited!  Later in the evening, join the nice folks from the Amarillo Unitarian Universalists at 4901 Cornell Street as they host a showing of the film "Racing Extinction".  That's from 7-9pm.  

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