GEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College will host an Earth Day event from 5-8 p.m. Sunday on the lawn in front of Giddings Hall.
Cheyenne Maria Mize, American folk singer/songwriter, and singer/songwriter Justin Paul Lewis, both from Louisville, are the featured musicians and speakers for the event. Georgetown students Brittany Glancy and Shakir Mackey will also perform.
Numerous organizations and businesses committed to sustainability, fair trade and social justice will be on hand.
Participating campus organizations include Ambassadors of Diversity, Campus Spectrum, Georgetown Sustainability Initiative, Movement of Faith and Action, Non-Discrimination Work Group, Sociology Club, Student Abolitionist Movement, and Student Women and Gender Society (SWAGS).
Other off-campus business and non-profit organizations scheduled to participate include Bluegrass Sierra Club, Broke Spoke, Georgetown Recycling Center, The Weekly Juicery, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, Kentucky Solar Energy Society, Kentucky Heartwood, Lucia’s, and Sutra.
Admission is free. Open to the public.
Children’s activities will be provided, according to Georgetown Sustainability Initiative, organizers of the event.
Bring three recyclable items to be eligible to win a door prize.