This Sunday is Earth Day. Believe it or not, Earth Day was started in 1970. it really hasn’t been widely popular until the last few years. There are several events around Buffalo to celebrate or help the environment.
On Earth Day, what better way to celebrate than with the planet’s amazing and diverse wildlife? More than 100 of the top zoos and aquariums across North America are throwing the 6th Annual Party for the Planet™ – the largest combined Earth Day celebration in North America!
Dollar Day Sale
Each year, Buffalo Exchange hosts a Dollar Day Sale to help raise awareness of this important day and donate money to one of their favorite charities, The Humane Society of the United States. On Saturday, April 21 each store across the country will set up racks up, with men’s and women’s clothing and accessories for a mere $1.00. Since 1997, Buffalo Exchange has raised over $345,000 for environmental causes during these Earth Day sales events.The store will be open our normal summer hours, 11:00am-8:00pm.
Plan your commute for 4/22
Remember, it’s all about saving the earth. Start a tradition on Sunday and continue it. Carpool, bike, walk, skateboard, rollerblade, paddle, take Metro Bus or Rail, find a way to conserve energy.
22nd Annual ENVIRUN 5K at Goat Island
Saturday, April 21, 2012 (10:30AM – 1:00PM) Race registration is $20 per person to April 19, and $25 day of race. Walkers are welcome and a special $15 student registration rate is available. Registration at www.active.com