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  • Writer's pictureMayla Janzen

Celebrate Earth Day at the Vernon Museum & Archives!

This Saturday, April 20th, from 11 am to 3 pm, join us for a vibrant celebration of our planet at the Vernon Museum & Archives. In honour of Earth Day, we're hosting a special market filled with eco-friendly activities, live entertainment, and local artisanal delights.

Free Trees and Live Music

Start your day by embracing the spirit of sustainability with free trees! Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting your green journey, these trees are a perfect addition to any home or community space.

As you peruse the market, immerse yourself in the sounds of live music performed by the talented Duane Marchand. Let his melodies carry you through a day of environmental awareness and celebration.

Evan the Juggler and Shabbang Food Truck

Prepare to be amazed by Evan the Juggler's captivating performances! His skillful juggling acts will entertain audiences of all ages, adding an extra layer of fun to our Earth Day festivities.

After working up an appetite, indulge in delicious and sustainable fare from the Shabbang food truck.

Local Artisan Goods and Sustainable Living

Browse through a curated selection of goods from around 30 local vendors, showcasing their finest artisanal creations. From handmade crafts to organic skincare products, each item reflects the beauty and creativity of our community.

Explore innovative ways to live sustainably with informative exhibits and demonstrations throughout the day. Discover eco-friendly practices that you can incorporate into your daily life, from reducing waste to supporting local businesses.

Join Us for a Day of Environmental Awareness and Fun!

Whether you're passionate about preserving the planet or simply looking for a fun way to spend the day with family and friends, the Earth Day Market at the Vernon Museum & Archives promises an unforgettable experience.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 20th, and join us from 11 am to 3 pm for a celebration of nature, community, and sustainability. Together, let's make every day Earth Day!

Just a heads up, our regular season start May 17th in Polson Park!

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