Nashville’s Earth Day Festival April 19, 2014

Centennial Park
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Nashville’s Earth Day Festival is a free, family friendly event with live entertainment through out the day celebrated each year in April. This year’s festival will help the community take another step toward Mayor Karl Dean’s goal of making Nashville the greenest city in the Southeast.

The event will feature exhibits and activities aimed at educating Nashvillians about protecting our environment. With nearly a hundred family-friendly booths, hosted by community groups, environmental organizations and government agencies, will offer fun and exciting hands-on activities for all ages.

Nashvegans! won't be an exhibitor this year. Just come on out for a walk-about and enjoy the day and this good earth.

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  • Scott G.

    Well, it looks like I managed to miss EVERYONE from this group on Saturday. Really regrettable. Maybe I got their too late; arrived at 4:15.

    April 20

  • Scott G.

    I plan to attend this. Centennial Park is pretty big; does anyone have a suggestion how I might track down group members when I arrive? Also, how late is everyone staying? I can't get there right at 11; I'm an hour away.

    1 · April 14

    • Scott G.

      ...and still others might complain to police and have me arrested for harassment and stalking...:-P

      1 · April 19

    • Pookie L.

      LOL indeed. It works for me but I momentarily forgot about the equality in perception of male and female motives. *sigh*

      April 19

  • Stephanie

    The Nashvegans! meet-up group has been an exhibitor at this celebration for a number of years. The goal, to suggest to people attending that switching to a plant based diet is a good thing for the planet, the body and the animals. Last year a lot of people signed up for the event but, for whatever the reason, only a handful of people volunteered to help. Khan's Desserts generously donated the vegan cupcakes and Jennifer Schreiner, the tent. It was quite a bit of work from start to finish with low participation at the booth itself. This year we won't be exhibitors. Maybe next year.

    Looks like there's a lot of interest in attending the event from the the number of people who've signed up. As mentioned above, your on your own, nothing formal is planned for the group at the event. Sorry for any confusion in this regard. If you'd like meet other Nashvegans! while your there Deeva, suggest a time and place.

    April 18

  • A former member
    A former member

    Yea can someone tell how to recognize the group....should we text the organizer when we get there? what time is everyone going? thanks

    April 18

  • Hyeon Jin L.

    hmmmm

    April 2

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