Charlotte Earth Day Celebration |  April 20  |  12 PM – 4 PM

FREE to attend and open to the general public. Every child will receive their very own Earth Passport. This passport will guide them through 4 thematic “Knowledge Stations” across the Charlotte Museum of History’s indoor and outdoor campus. There will also be Knowledge Station Hub activities, hourly event-wide environmental activity sessions, interactive engagement stations, and art performances.

On each hour participate in a workshop that highlights one of the four knowledge stations. Other hourly programming include: History & Nature Learning Tour, Cooking Workshop, Photography/Storytelling and the Environment!

NC Environmental Film & Discussion  |  April 20  |  6 PM – 8 PM

Join us for an eye-opening evening exploring the state’s environmental landscape through film. This special screening showcases two powerful documentaries highlighting the diverse impacts we have on our cherished land and ecosystems. Witness firsthand the stories of communities and the individuals fighting to protect them.

Engage in a Q&A session after the films, fueled by light snacks and a cash bar. Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to delve deeper into the heart of North Carolina’s environment – gather your friends, family, and fellow citizens, and join us for an unforgettable evening!