Celebrate Earth Day at the library
The staff of the Gardiner Public Library is pleased to celebrate Earth Day with Gardiner’s Conservation Committee. Come and see what you can do to make our earth a little healthier! The idea came to Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. Each year, April 22nd is designated Earth Day and there are global celebrations and informational forums.
Conservation Committee Chair, Dorothy Washburne and other committee members will be at the Gardiner Public Library from 10AM until 12:30PM educating the public and suggesting ways that Greater Gardiner residents can make their own little piece of earth a healthier space. Members will have information on recycling and they will even have door prizes while they last.
So, please plan on visiting this wonderful committee at the Gardiner Public Library from 10AM until 12:30PM. The library is located at 152 Water Street, Gardiner.
- For more information please call the Gardiner Public Library at 207-582-3312. All events are free and opened to the public.