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.
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.
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.