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Earth Day Celebration at Palm Beach Gardens

April 19 - 20, 2017

Palm Beach State College at Palm Beach Gardens will host its annual Earth Day celebration April 19th & 20th. Planned by the Gardens Going Green Sustainability Committee (G3), its mission is to promote an appreciation for the planet while increasing awareness of issues related to the sustainability of the environment.

Wednesday, April 19

9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
“Earth Talks” forum in the Meldon Lecture Hall, featuring presentations from a series of local experts.  EARTH TALK DETAILS

Thursday, April 20

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  
Join us under the tents at the Amphitheater for fun, food, music, and giveaways to learn more about sustainability!


How Can You Participate?

For information on how your club or organization can be part of this exciting event, please email Dr. Jessica Miles at milesj@palmbeachstate.edu

 

Annual Student Poster Design Competition

Each year students are asked to submit an original poster design representing the Earth Day theme. The winner of the competition receives a cash prize, and the design is utilized in the official promotions for the following year's Earth Day events.

The 2016 Winning Poster theme was Gardens.

water poster earth day

 

Photo Gallery

Palmer      palmer with kids from CEL

Pumphrey band      Lunch

Hummus      smoothies

students from club      energy club

electric car      gay straight alliance

earth day tshirts      woman from biofarm

yoga1      yoga2

 

Participants

Art Department

Circle K International

Community Earth

Dream It Do It Club

Energy Club

Florida Engineering Society

Florida Future Educators of America

Florida Native Plant Society

FPL & Electric Vehicle Fleet

Gay Straight Alliance

Global Visionaries

Level 10 Living Club

Psi Beta Honor Society

River Center

Sierra Club

Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County

South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association and the Fox Observatory – Stargazing

South Florida Water Management

Student Government Association

USGBC Green Veterans Group

 

 
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