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Keep Midland Beautiful and West Texas Food Bank Bring a Day of Sustainable Learning to The Permian Basin

(Source: Keep Midland Beautiful) (Source: Keep Midland Beautiful)
MIDLAND, TX (KWES) -

Keep Midland Beautiful, in partnership with the West Texas Food Bank, has arranged a full day of educational and fun activities celebrating Earth Day.

The celebration will be held at the West Texas Food Bank Volunteer and Education Facility from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Participants can make sustainability inspired crafts, visit vendors and booths from local environmental groups, and participate in activities/classes that will be held throughout the festival.

A current list of booths and activities include:

  • Permian Basin Master Gardeners - Vermicomposting
  • Midland County Public Library - Children's Recycle Craft
  • Sibley Nature Center- Show & Tell
  • Kent Ivy - Solar Cooking
  • Midland Alternative School - Hydroponics Activities at the School
  • Arts Council of Midland - Funky Junk Art Contest
  • Stewards of the Wild
  • Llano Estacado Texas Master Naturalist
  • TreeKeepers
  • West Texas Food Bank
  • Rich Fit Meals
  • Face Painting

Activities/Classes:

9am - 10am: Yoga with Lacy J Pilates & Fitness Studio (space is limited, please pre-register at:https://goo.gl/forms/kll8FrH2uHIPKiuY2)

9am - 10am: Bring in your FUNKY JUNK ART! Visit https://goo.gl/forms/NTkAQLRUEAsELvr73 for more information, rules, and to register your art piece!!

10am: "Roots Shoots and Fruits!"

1pm: "Peppers and Tomatoes" "Texas Duo!"

* All activities are FREE and will take place at the West Texas Food Bank Volunteer and Education Facility, and everyone is invited!

For more information, visit www.keepmidlandbeautiful.org or call 432-688-7745.

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