Fairfield’s annual Earth Day Celebration will take place Saturday, April 28, at Fairfield Warde High School.
The 14th annual environmental program is set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, and will take place rain or shine.
Activities will feature a range of presentations and discussions, including recycling, conservation techniques for homes and businesses, hands-on gardening, clean and renewable energy alternatives (including solar), organic food, environmental products and services, children’s activities, food and entertainment.
The event will also feature a display of hybrid and electric cars.
Old and non-functioning electronics can also be dropped off for recycling at the event.
According to a proclamation issued by First Selectman Michael Tetreau, the purpose of the town’s Earth Day celebration is to make the public aware of the proactive role the community can take in shaping the future of the environment and protecting Fairfield’s natural resources.
For more details and a complete list of exhibitors, check www.FairfieldEarthday.org