Party for the Planet series begins Saturday at the N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.
Earth Day 2023
Three short films, including “Freedom Hill” about environmental racism in Princeville, will be screened Thursday evening at Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington.
Belhaven is celebrating Earth Day with cleanups, a gala, demonstrations and other events throughout town this weekend.
Volunteers will work to remove marine debris from the estuarine shoreline, roadside and oyster shell and help maintain the living shorelines by replacing and adjusting oyster shell bags on the reef.
After learning how light pollution affects sea turtles and stargazing, visitors will have the chance to make s’mores.
Three artists will give demonstrations as part of a new program launching on Earth Day on the grounds of the Bodie Island Lighthouse in Nags Head.
The Wilmington Earth Day Alliance event set for April 22 will feature live music, food trucks, children’s activities and exhibitors.
Individuals and teams are asked to register no later than April 20 on the Litter Free Land and Sea website.
Volunteers are to meet at 9:30 a.m. April 22 at Havens Gardens in Washington for the cleanup scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon.
The nonprofit environmental organization in Jacksonville will have science stations and hands-on activities during the April 22 celebration, but guests should register.
There will be plant-related activities for children, raffles and more at the event hosted by the Rodanthe-Waves-Salvo Civic Association.
The opportunity to learn more about solar and wind power at no cost to attend is set to take place in Carteret County during the week of Earth Day.
The Coastal Studies Institute in Wanchese is hosting an Earth Day open house to celebrate its 10th anniversary at the location and this year’s Earth Fair OBX.
The North Carolina Coastal Federation is hosting the Roanoke Island-based cleanup Friday, April 21.
There will be food, hands-on activities and a chance to meet with representatives from conservation groups at the festival with the theme this year of, “We Will Continue To Strive To Save Our Planet.”
Several of the 800 events planned for the statewide 13th annual North Carolina Science Festival April 1-30 will take place on the coast.