Events surrounding 2013 Earth Day from Oak Cliff to Lamar County to Fort Worth
Celebrate the 7th Anniversary of Oak Cliff Earth Day. Organizers say it will be the grandest ever. Bring the family and friends. Bring your pets - there is something for everyone to enjoy. http://www.oakcliffearthday.com
Sunday April 21, 2013
11 am to 5 pm
Lake Cliff Park, 1200 N Zang Blvd (Zangs and Colorado), Dallas, TX 75203
- Free Earth Day Yoga Class - Green Speaks Tent
- Tree Talk: Proper Maintenance, Care and Selection – Green Speaks Tent
- Meditation Presentation – Main Stage
- Raptor Bird Show – Main Stage
- Art Contest Presentation – Main Stage
- Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – Main Stage
- Mutt Strut Parade and Competition – Main Stage
- Chelsea & John Perform – Main Stage
- The World Famous Wheelie-ing Elvis Performance – Colorado Boulevard
- St. Elizabeth Choir – Main Stage
- West Nile Virus Prevention Tips – Green Speaks Tent
- Vicki Blocker & Friends – Main Stage
- Bandan Koro African Drumming – Main Stage
Stand Tall with Julia Benefit Concert
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Gates open from 5 pm-midnight, Friday, April 19, for campers
Gates reopen Saturday at 9 am and day show starts around 11 am.
Red Arc Farm, 690 CR 37500, Sumner, TX 75486
Tickets: $20 online or at gate. Primitive camping: $10/vehicle.
On Saturday, April 20, a full day music festival will be held here on the Crawford family farm to further fund their legal battle. Appropriately named "Stand Tall," the concert will feature seven bands from across the state. The Octopus Project, the headliner band from Austin, won't start until 9 p.m. So even if you're attending one of the many Earth Day events during the day, you can still take part in this historic concert. Bring a blanket, chairs and a picnic basket and sit on a hill overlooking the farm that the Crawford family is working hard to protect.
Bands - artists have so generously donated their time and talents to help this cause:
The Octopus Project,
The Tambourine Machine,
Freak the Mighty
Wrapping up the Earth Day Festivities the next weekend is the the 8th annual Fort Worth Prairie Fest on Saturday, April 27, 11 am to 8 pm, at Tandy Hills Natural Area, 3400 View Street, Fort Worth
The free, solar-powered festival offers unique outdoor adventures for children and families along with tasty food and live music. Enjoy guided nature hikes for all ages. Make wildflower seedballs and animal masks.
11 am Darrin Kobetich
Noon Ginny Mac
1 pm The Ackermans
2 pm Trigger Fish
3 pm Sombati
4 pm Brave Combo
5 pm Trinity Dogs
6 pm Pablo & the Hemphill 7
7 pm Whiskey Folk Ramblers, Brazen Bellies dancing w/Brave Combo & Sombati
The Fort Worth Scottish Pipes and Drums will return to Prairie Fest this year.
Celebrate Earth Day !