Join us in the Trail’s End Cafe lounge as 440 expands the gypsy jazz tradition of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli with danceable swing standards from the era of Benny Goodman as well as originals by the band. Their toe-tapping, snappy, hot jazz, swinging style is a delight to experience.
Saturday, May 18, 10am-2pm at the Concord Carlisle High School, 500 Walden St, Concord. Rain or shine!
Come find out how to make your yard or garden more sustainable this spring! Chat with landscaping experts and organizations to learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint, conserve water, create gardens that are resilient to climate change and provide a hospitable habitat for pollinators and wildlife. Visit local gardens to see what sustainable practices look like close up (1-4pm). Refreshments, fun kids’ activities, Carbon Gardening presentation, raffle, plant sale and more!
MUSKETAQUID EARTH DAY 2019
Celebrating the Confluence of Art & Nature
Saturday, April 27, 10:30am–2:00pm
*Rain Date: Sunday, April 28
THEME: Embracing Diversity in a Climate of Change
EARTH DAY PARADE
The Umbrella to The Old Manse
Giant puppets, stilters, dancers, music, costumes, banners, community groups, families, and friends parade down Main and Monument Streets.
Minute Man National Historic Park, at The Old North Bridge
Singing, drumming, and the launching of Earth Floats at the water’s edge.
ARTS & ENVIRONMENT FESTIVAL
The Old Manse Lawn and Orchard
Featured performances include:
“Ecology of Sound,” an interactive performance with Brazilian musician Ricardo Frota
“A Passion for Birds,“ an interactive performance with birder and actor Henry Lappen
“Judy Saves the Day” puppet show with Sarah Nolen
Mass Audubon/Drumlin Farm’s Birds of Prey
Enjoy food from Concord Market/Trail’s End Cafe!
PLUS Music, table exhibitors, and art activities