It’s a yearly migration as sure and steady as birds returning from their winter homes.
Only this migration is of people going to the 18th annual Earth Day Indiana Festival Saturday, April 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the corner of Meridian and North streets in downtown Indianapolis.
Indiana hosts one of the largest Earth Day events in the nation, focusing on environment protection, conservation and sustainable living. And it’s free. There is no admission charge.
The Earth Day Indiana Festival combines more than 100 environmental and conservation exhibits with live music from some of Indiana’s best bands, special activities for kids and good food. An estimated 20,000 people attended last year’s festival. That’s the most visitors ever, and it’s still growing.
Visit the festival to learn, meet new people, join an organization and enjoy the atmosphere.