Earth Day Festival & Craft Fair
April 27 at 10:30 am - 3:00 pm EDT
1 Sisters of Providence
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876
No cost, donations accepted
The Wabash Valley’s largest and longest running Earth Day celebration featuring food, fun, crafts, activities and education for the entire family, all focused on care for creation, especially our Earth. Oh, and of course alpacas! Admission is free. Donations are appreciated. Make sure to bring money for food and shopping.
While you’re here check out these other events happening on April 27 in West Terre Haute at Dewey Point!
Emily’s Walk – The walk celebrates the life of Emily Lou Herrington, who died Oct. 6, 2015, and her service to her community, friends and family. To register or for more information go to emilyswalkwth.com
•Registration/sign in – 9:30 AM @Dewey Point
• Community celebration, recognition – 10:00 am
• 10:30 AM Walk start from Dewey Point (course is flat, approximately 2.75 miles) west along National Avenue to Sugar Creek bridge, then left following the levee returning to Dewey Point.
Wabashiki Art Fest – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. See the work of artists from around the Wabash Valley at the Wabashiki Art Fest in West Terre Haute, in a white tent just behind famed Terre Haute artist Bill Wolfe’s studio, Artists work will include paintings, carvings and works across a myriad of media.