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Earth Day 2023 Around Virginia

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Earth Day 2023 Around Virginia

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Saturday, April 22, 2023, is the 53rd year of observing Earth Day and many Virginia communities and organizations are celebrating across the state – some for the day, some for the week, and some for the month of April. Look through the list of Earth Day events we have pulled together and find an event near you. If you know of an event that is not on the list, please email Trish at Trish@ResilientVirginia.org.

Abingdon : Earth Day Celebration

Alexandria: Invest in Our Planet: Practicing Sustainability – Month of April

Arlington: Earth Day Celebrations

Blacksburg/Virginia Tech: Earth Week 2023 

Charlottesville/University of Virginia: Earth Day Every Day Celebrations

Chesterfield County: Earth Day Festival

Fairfax County: Earth Day Fairfax

Fredericksburg: Annual Earth Day Festival on the Rappahannock

Henrico County: Earth Day Festival

James City County: Plant-a-Tree Ceremony

Loudon County: Earth Day Extravaganza

Lynchburg: Week of Green

Martinsville: Earth Day Family Day

Richmond: RVA Earth Day Festival and Science Museum of Virginia Earth Day Celebration

Roanoke: Earth Day Roanoke

Staunton: Earth Day Staunton Celebration

Suffolk: Earth and Arts Festival

Virginia Beach: Earth Day Celebrations

Virginia State Parks: Invest in Our Planet

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