Free Family Earth Day Celebration at the District at Tustin Legacy!

April 12, 2024

You are invited to The District's 1st annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 20th from noon- 2 p.m. 

Families can enjoy a variety of free, hands-on activities including an interactive touch & learn activity, live DJ, face painting, balloon twisting, and Earth Day-themed kid's crafts (such as a wildflower planting station and mushroom art making craft using all recyclable materials). 

Also, meet their friendly costumed turtle and Mother Earth characters and take photos at the giant Earth Day display. The display will be up April 10-30th for your photo enjoyment.

The Touch & Learn activity is brought to you by Doodle Bugs, offering an educational live animal program that includes a variety of invertebrates, reptiles, and even a frog! Families can experience the “touch tables” and learn about each species. In addition to the live animals, a variety of biofacts will also be on display (fur, snake shed, snake eggs, etc.).

This free event will be held in The Promenade, near Bowlero and Planet Fitness. Free to attend and participate. 

Disclaimer: All activities are while supplies last and you must be present to participate in the crafts (no takeaways to be sure there is enough for those in attendance). Activity lines will be cut off at 1:45 p.m. so be sure to get there early!

The District at Tustin Legacy is at 2437 Park Avenue in Tustin.

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