Earth Day events offer Texomans opportunity to go green

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Several organizations have planned events to remind others to go green on Earth Day.

The folks with CrashWorks are hosting a mini camp to encourage kids age 8-years-old and up to think green. The price for members is $18 but nonmembers can join the fun for $25.

For more information on CrashWorks, click here.

The camp will be from 9 a.m.—noon, and kids will learn about hydropower, water filters and upcycling.
Wichita Falls Public Library officials highlight earth day with their Maker Monday event.

Click here for more information on WFPL events.

The class begins at 4 p.m. And children ages 7- to 12-years-old can participate in the hands-on learning activities.

As well, the virtual run club’s earth day challenge is continuing through April. Participants are challenged to run 24,901 collectively to run the distance of the equator.

To sign up for the challenges and see rewards for the challenge.

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