Make a Nature Collage- Use contact paper to make this simple and beautiful nature collage. Go out on a nature hunt and have your kids collect flowers, leaves, sticks, pebbles, etc. Then follow the directions here to turn their treasures into a keepsake.
Celebrate with Snack Time-Try one of these delicious and adorable snack ideas.
Don't forget to check out the local events happening this month:
Earth Day at Maymont- Saturday, April 21st 10 am-12 pm-Registration required.
Sheep to Shawl- Saturday, April 21st 12-4 at Crump Park, FREE- Watch them sheer the sheep, and enjoy live music and food outside in nature.
RVA Earth Day Festival- Saturday, April 21st 12-7 pm-This street festival features local artisans, musicians, food and drink and is located in Richmond's Manchester neighborhood.
Earth Day of Service- Saturday, April 21st 9 am-12 pm. This service day was organized by the Enrichmond Foundation. You can volunteer to clean up local green spaces. Choose which location in Richmond you'd like to volunteer and sign up here.
Hardywood's Spring Bada Bing-Saturday, April 21st 11 am-6 pm- Celebrate Earth Day by visiting all of the amazing local artisans that this awesome event has to offer! The event is at their old location on Ownby Lane.
Happy Earth Day, Mamas!