City of Shoreline’s Earth Day Every Day Event April 21 at Central Market

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Line up for the free stuff
Photo by Marc Weinberg

City of Shoreline’s Earth Day Every Day Event
Saturday, April 21st 9:00am – 2:00pm
Central Market, 15505 Westminster Way North, Shoreline 98133

Celebrate Earth Day and be inspired to make a difference throughout the year. On Saturday, April 21, from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Central Market and the City of Shoreline invite you to celebrate our Northwest environment.

See the view from a Recology truck!
Photo by Marc Weinberg
Come try out new eco-living tools and learn how to protect our climate and reduce pollution.

This year, attendees will get to choose one of three giveaway packages designed to reduce waste and prevent water pollution:
  1. Sustainable Living Package: Liberty Bottleworks 24-oz recycled aluminum water bottle and a Simply Strawsreusable glass straw kit,
  2. Natural Yard Care Package: Walt’s Organic worm castings fertilizer in a 10-lb bag and a 2-oz jar of MicraCulture’s Plant Probiotics fertilizer,
  3. Puget Hound Pet Care Package: LED Pet Collar light, an LED flashlight, and a bag dispenser tool with Bio-Buddy recycled-content pet waste bag refills.

There will be activities for all ages and opportunities to learn about low-cost and low-impact landscaping, talk to experts about rain gardens, solar power and green remodeling, get answers to your gardening questions, receive starter vegetable plants, check out products made from recycled materials, and enjoy the view from the driver's seat of a Recology truck!

Learn about noxious weeds
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

This year’s experts include:
Brown Bear Car Wash, 
Diggin’ Shoreline, 
Irons Brothers Construction, 
King County Noxious Weed Program, 
North City Water District, 
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, 
Seattle Audubon Society, 
Shoreline Farmers' Market, 
Shoreline Solar Project, 
Washington Native Plant Society and the 
WSU Master Gardeners.


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