Pacific University always hosts an exceptional line-up of events during Earth Week, and this year is no different. All Earth Week events are free and open to the public, so stop by the campus to show your love for the planet!
- SPRING CLEANING STUFF SWAP: Leda Glastonbury, a DCCFW volunteer, is also an involved student at Pacific. She’s organizing a “Stuff Swap” this year on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (April 18-19) from 10am-2pm. This will be held on the covered patio outside the University Center.
In honor of spring de-clutter time!
Please bring unwanted toys, clothes, shoes, school, art, kitchen supplies and more.
Take a look for items that might interest you! Leftover items will be donated to charities in Washington county. Free food!
- “GIFTS FOR GOOD” CRAFTS SALE: Buy cute and unique recycled gifts. All money raised benefits non-profits. Thursday, April 19, 11am-1pm in the University Center.
- CRITICAL MASS EARTHDAY BIKE RIDE: Chris Stanton at the Forest Grove Community School is organizing the second annual “Critical Mass” EarthDay Bike Ride. Bring your bike, a helmet, and a water bottle, and meet us at the Community School at 2pm on Friday, April 20.
Please invite friends and join us for this fun afternoon bike ride, open to all ages!
***** Also, don’t forget Dairy Creek Community Food Web’s own EarthDay celebration, on Saturday, April 21st! See our blog post for more details. *****
Happy EarthWeek, Everyone!