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Oakland County Earth Day Events

Oakland County Earth Day Events You Will Want to Know About

Oakland County Earth Day Events – A great way to celebrate Earth Day 2019 is to plan on attending one or more of these great Oakland County Earth Day Events with your friends, family or by yourself.  Let’s take a look at these opportunities.

April 18, 2019 – Oakland County Earth Day Events

5-8 pm at Clarkston High School Cafeteria
Sponsored by the Clarkston Chamber
6093 Flemings Lake Rd, Village of Clarkston, MI 48346

Plan on attending the Body, Mind, Green Community Expo. This is a Community Expo featuring local businesses who are dedicated to health, wellness and the environment. This is a free event that is sponsored by the Clarkston Chamber of Commerce.


4-7 pm at The Recreation Activities Center
West Bloomfield Parks & Rec
4640 Walnut Lake Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48323
 (248) 451-1900

  • Guided nature hikes at 4:30 and 5:30 pm (hikes are SOLD OUT)
  • Recycled craft
  • A FREE tree seedling to the first 50 pre-registered children
  • Live animal interactions
  • Vendor activities and displays
  • Explore in Nature Room (with native live animals) and Outdoor Natural Play Area
  • A visit from Rocky from Paw Patrol

April 20, 2019 – Oakland County Earth Day Events

10am-1pm at the Historic Center
Wolcott Mill Historic Center
64162 Kunstman Road
Ray, MI 48096-2434
(586) 749-5997

Earth Day Clean-Up. Come out to the Historic Center to help them get the grounds spruced up for the season. Activities will include trail maintenance and general clean up. Please bring your rakes, gloves, garden tools, sunscreen, and a smile. Individuals, families, and groups welcome. Scouts can earn a fun patch. All ages – under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Preregistration required,


10am at Oakwoods Metropark
32911 Willow Road, New Boston

Help keep Oakwoods clean and beautiful by tidying up the park. You or your group will be assigned a section of the park to rid of trash. You will all gather back at the Nature Center around 11:30 a.m. Individuals, families, and groups welcome. Free daily park entry as a volunteer. Scouts can earn a fun patch. All ages – under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Preregistration required

April 22, 2019 – Oakland County Earth Day Events

5-8pm at Heritage Park
24725 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48335
(248) 477-1135

Farmington Hills 4th Annual Earth Day Celebration. Join Farmington Hills Special Services, Commission for Energy and Environmental Sustainability and others in celebrating Earth Day!

Learn how to save money, save energy and reduce your impact on the environment. Activities include:

Visit exhibitors
Live music
First 100 people get a free  hayride
Face painting
Live STEM experiments
Tree planting & seedling GIVEAWAY!
Free archery
Check out cool displays
Food trucks

April 26, 2019 – Oakland County Earth Day Events

  • Friday, April 26 – 4p-8p
  • Saturday, April 27 – 10a-6p
  • Sunday, April 28 – 10a-4p

MI Earth Day Fest Rochester 2019 is held in Downtown Rochester. This 14th annual offers tons of green presentations, wellness programs, including free yoga and health screenings, dance, live entertainment, shopping, kids’ activities and more.


2-4pm at Red Oaks Nature Center
30300 Hales St. Madison Heights, MI 48071

Continue the legacy of Earth Day by learning how you can help the environment in your very own backyard. Drop in for a compost demonstration and make “seed balls” for pollinators. Take a hike to learn about stewardship activities at Friendship Woods. Dirt Doctors will be on site with a hands-on demonstration and Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will display his electric car and renewable energy technology. Many thanks to Pure Oakland Water for sponsoring this FREE event.

April 27, 2019 – Oakland County Earth Day Events

10am-3pm at the Detroit Zoo
8450 W. 10 Mile Road, Royal Oak

In observance of the global holiday celebrating life on our planet, Earth Day, the Detroit Zoo hosts its annual GreenFest celebration. The Zoo-wide experience includes demonstrations by the Detroit Zoological Society’s Green Team, conservation education, citizen science projects and exhibits by local conservation groups.


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