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First EARTH DAY DOWNTOWN to be held in Logan

Published April 12, 2011 3:40 pm
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The Cache Valley Center for the Arts presents the first EARTH DAY DOWNTOWN on FRIDAY, APRIL 22 from 2:30 pm to 7 p.m .on 100 South (Between Main Street and the Thatcher-Young Mansion) in Logan.

The Earth Day Downtown Street Festival will include CVCA's first public sculpture unveiling, entertainment, arts activities, food vendors, and booths for local environment & sustainability groups, Logan City, USU clubs, businesses, and more. The emphasis of this event is to inspire people to participate, no matter how big or small. In partnership with this event the Logan Downtown Alliance is celebrating Earth Day by staying open late.

*SCHEDULE OF EVENTS2:30 pm - 5:00 pm SIDEWALK CHALK/ART ACTIVITIES Play with Recycled Clay from CVCA Ceramics Art Activity with Stokes Nature Center2:30 pm - 7:00 pm INFORMATION BOOTHS & RECYCLED MATERIAL VENDORS3:00 pm - 7:00 pm BUY LOCAL - FOOD VENDING & MORE3:30 pm SCULPTURE BY DOUG ADAMS PUBLIC ART DEDICATION & UNVEILING4:00 pm USU - DRESS & HUMANITIES RECYCLED DRESS FASHION SHOW4:15 pm DRY LAKE BAND4:30 pm DEMONSTRATIONS 4:30 pm - Blip Pot Workshop with Jeff Keller (Sunrise Cyclery)Supplies: 4 or more bike tires & a hog ring stapler

5:00 pm LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE TRASH PERFORMANCE5:30 pm THE GYPSIES JUNK BAND (FAST FORWARD CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL & FRIENDS)6:00 pm VALLEY DANCE ENSEMBLE - "DANCING THE GREEN MAP" Selections learned during Repertory Dance Theatre's residency in March.6:30 pm COMMUNITY JUNK JAM Join in the fun! Bring your own junk instruments to play in the street. For details about Earth Day Downtown, call, click, or come by the Cache Valley Center for the Arts. CVCA is located at 43 S. Main in the heart of Downtown Logan, online at www.CacheArts.org, or by phone at 435-752-0026. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.




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