Come Out – Dig In! Earth Day Celebration at Everett Crowley Park Did you know that southeast Vancouver is home to one of the largest parks in the City? Everett Crowley Park
Come Out – Dig In!
Earth Day Celebration at Everett Crowley Park
Did you know that southeast Vancouver is home to one of the largest parks in the City? Everett Crowley Park is an urban forest. From the views of Richmond farmlands to the tranquil Avalon Pond, there are many trails and quiet places to enjoy choruses of birds and a lush woodland feel.
If you haven’t visited Everett Crowley Park for a while, come out to Earth Fest celebration on Saturday April 27.There will be a wide range of free family-friendly activities including music and dance by the Tiddley Cove Morris Dancers, eco-demonstrations such as mason bee care and health, Dogs in the Park Initiative, nature talks and walks, forest-based learning, stream keeping Vancouver’s streams and rivers, hands on making of spore and seed “bombs”. Join volunteers to plant bee-friendly shrubs and tree-friendly mushrooms. Learn the past history of the Park and where it’s growing, what Park Stewards are doing and how you can be involved.
The entertainment, exhibits, and activities are all free and wheelchair accessible. Free healthy snacks and refreshments – please bring your own cup!
This annual community event is organized by local residents and is supported by the Champlain Heights Community Association’s Everett Crowley Park Committee in partnership with the Vancouver Parks Board. April 27, 11 am – 3 pm. From the 7200 Kerr Street parking lot, follow the signs to the Earth Fest celebration site.
Bring your gardening gloves!
11-3 pm on Saturday/ 10:30-2:30 on Sunday
(Saturday) 9:55 pm - 9:55 pm
Everett Crowley Park