EarthX Expo

Lindsey McNeny, of the bird education program Window to the Wild, holds an American kestrel during Earth Day Texas at Fair Park.

2017 File Photo/Andy Jacobsohn

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This Earth Day festival in Fair Park is more than lectures and documentaries about recycling and conservation. It will let families experience the animal and plant life worth celebrating and fighting for. Learn about scuba in the Go Dive Now pool, explore the planet and its oceans in virtual and mixed reality experiences, and enjoy goat yoga. The three-day fest will also include tiny houses, solar cars, a film festival, food vendors and music.

Earthx2019 will bring together an international gathering of concerned environmental citizens, educators, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and thought leaders to celebrate global sustainability. The ninth annual Earth Day celebration will include three days of exhibitions, a film festival, music, entertainment, learning experiences, discussions, forums, and conferences making it, once again, the world’s largest gathering to positively discuss achievable solutions for environmental change.

The EarthX exposition and all exhibits are open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with special programming, notable speakers, interactive experiences, entertainment, and education tracks throughout for families, children, businesses, students, and anyone that loves the planet. A full event schedule is available online at www.earthx.org. The Expo is free with a $5 suggested donation per adult.
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