Helen and Antonia want you to know: Northfield’s Earth Day Celebration is Saturday, April 28

 Northfield Earth Day 2012 Helen and Antonia with the Northfield Earth Day 2012 poster Transition Northfield Earth Day

Officially, Earth Day 2012 was yesterday, April 22. But in Northfield, it’s being celebrated this coming Saturday, April 28, noon to 5 on Union Street between Third and Fourth Streets (outside First United Church).

Last week, Transition Northfield volunteer Mary Jo Cristofaro managed to convince two Northfield High School students, Helen and Antonia, to get up really early and meet me at my GBM corner office for a photo with the 2012 Northfield Earth Day Celebration poster (PDF).

For details, see Mary Jo’s Northfield.org blog post, Earth Day Celebration to Include Several Free Workshops and Transition Northfield’s Earth Day page.

See my Northfield Earth Day photo album slideshows from 2011 and 2010.

2 comments to Helen and Antonia want you to know: Northfield’s Earth Day Celebration is Saturday, April 28

  • 1
    Chris Sullivan Kelley says:

    We’ll be there!

  • 2
    Griff Wigley says:

    Mary Jo sent me this detailed scheduled for Earth Day:

    Artech Drummers: 11:50-12:15
    Welcome – Mary Jo Cristofaro- Transition Northfield, Joe Staph city of Northfield, YES awards! and hat making-12:15-12 :45p
    Parade 12 :45 to 1
    Earth Day crafts and activities start at 1p
    Carleton Nightingales : 1p-1 :30
    Aztec Dancers: 1:30-1 :50
    Arlo Cristofaro- Hark and Jon Fried 2-2;15
    Zach Young 2:15- 2:30p
    Sewer Man 2:30-3
    NF Youth choir ensemble 3- 315
    Voci Fiera: 3:15-3:30
    Break dancers: 3:30-3:45
    High school jazz ensemble: 3:45-4p
    Bill McGrath 4-4:30
    Local Band: Joel Cooper, Peter Diggins, Wendy Smith, Dave Drentlaw 4:30-5p

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