Forsyth Farmers Market: 9am-3pm
Exhibitors, workshops, kids activities, food & music: 11am-3pm
Savannah Tree Foundation guided Earth Day Tree Walks at 11:15am
Unity of Savannah Earth Day Drum Circle at 12:30pm
Emergent Savannah World Cafe at 1:30pm
Re-Cycle Art with Art Rise and Savannah Bicycle Campaign Tent (Bike Valet Available)
Empower Savannah Project Children's Art Tent, a collaboration between 21st Century Community Learning Centers, For Heart Sake and Loop It Up Savannah.
"Get Back on Your Bicycle" presented by Savannah Bicycle Campaign
"Weatherizing our homes and schools" presented by US Green Building Council/Georgia Chapter (USGBCGA)
“Pollinators, Pesticides and People” presented Annie Quintag, Oatland Island Wildlife
"DIY Healthy Home Cleaners" and "Benefits of Activated Charcoal In DIY Beauty Products" presented by Ginger+Olive
"Growing Up Vertical Gardening for Small Spaces" presented by Occu-Gardens / Thomas Square Edible Park
"Composting" presented by Well FED Compost
The Eighth Annual Savannah Earth Day Wheelie Bike Ride presented by the Savannah Bicycle Campaign.
The free, family-friendly, police-escorted ride will depart from the south end of Forsyth Park when the festival concludes at 3 p.m.
An after‐ride party, the Post Wheelie Dealie, will be held at Blowin’ Smoke Southern Cantina, 1611 Habersham St.
The total distance of the ride is approximately 5 miles.
This is the first group ride organized after the Savannah Bicycle Campaign’s founding and it remains one of its most popular events. Winding through some of Savannah’s most picturesque historic neighborhoods, the Earth Day Wheelie underscores the fun and benefits of bicycling in Savannah.
For more information, visit the Savannah Bicycle Campaign website: http://bicyclecampaign.org
For a comprehensive schedule of workshops and other activities, read the Earth Day Guide.
Follow us on facebook for up to the minute updates and pick up a copy of the April issue of Well FED Magazine for the complete festival guide.