Join us for the fifth annual Earth Day Family Festival at the Museum of Culture and Environment! This free, family friendly event features activities and information from local groups and clubs.
Activities include: Face Painting by Allison, mammoth bones, strawberry DNA, a 28' ti pi, and lots more. There will be dance perfomances by Sunflowers Bollywood, TusuyPeru, and Troupe Rose. Plus the CWU food truck will be there!
And don't forget the Salmon Run 5k/10k at 10:00 a.m., followed by the FREE kids Small Fry run at 11:15 (sign up day-of only).
Schedule of Events
9:00 - Festival Opens!
9:00 - Salmon Run Registration opens
10:00 - Salmon Run begins
10:30 - Sunflowers Bollywood performance
11:15 - Small Fry Kids run
11:30 - Salmon Run Awards and Raffle
12:00 - TusuyPeru performance
1:00 - Troupe Rose performance
2:00 - Festival closes
RSVP, Kittitas County Solid Waste and the Sheriff's Department will be offering free document shred and drug take back from 9-1 in lot O-5 (across from Dean Hall)
We look forward to seeing you here!
Earth Day Family Festival co-sponsored by Yakama Nation Fisheries and Kittitas County Solid Waste. Salmon Run co-sponsored by Yakama Nation Fisheries, Fred Meyer, the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan, the Kittitas Reclamation district, Starbucks, McDonald's of Yakima, and the CWU Wildcat Shop.
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