Boulder {elephant Recommends} Wild Bear Earth Day!

Via elephant journal
on Apr 17, 2013
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Boulder: 12th annual Wild Earth Day Celebration.

elephant is proud to partner with Wild Bear Mountain Ecology Center. We look forward to learning more of what they’re about, but suffice to say they’re our kind of good people We’ll be involved in the event. Find us!

Wild Bear invites you to participate in its annual Wild Earth Day Celebration, a captivating event that draws thousands of Front Range residents:

Wild Earth Day is Boulder County’s largest Earth Day event, running strong for the past 12 years.

Wild Earth Day is a free, action-packed day of entertainment and education about this magnificent planet earth.

Thousands of visitors of all ages from the region get exposure to your products and services through hands-on, experiential activities at booths provided by regional masters in the field of environmental education.

Join us in celebrating our Wild Earth and gain access to your local patrons in a fun, family-oriented event!

Sunday, April 21nd 2013 11 AM to 4 PM. Held at Central Parks North and South, Boulder, Colorado.
Visit the Wild Earth Day website for more information.

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