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EarthFest: WaterFest Gone Green


WaterFest Gone Green

Sunday, April 22, 2007
12 Noon until Sundown

Marjory Stoneman Douglas
Biscayne Nature Center,
Crandon Park on Key Biscayne

North Beach Entrance

$5 parking fee per car

A Collaborative Effort of:
Biscayne Nature Center, Crandon Park
Earth Ethics Institute at MDC
Environmental Education Providers
King Mango Strut Parade organizers
Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer
South Florida Water Management District



Special Guest: Drew Dellinger,
Spoken-word artist and poet

Headliner: DJ Le Spam and the Spam Allstars


  • Exhibitors of sustainable technologies & eco-friendly products and services

  • Environmental education organizations

  • Water Conservation Displays & Activities

  • Free Swap

    • Bring things to give away to a new home like clothes, books, toys, and more!

    • Take what you want for FREE

  • Computer Recycle Shack

    • Bring cell phones, computers, printers, PDAs, and other electronics for recycling FREE of charge!

    • No TVs, please.


  • Tram tours and nature walks

  • The Nature Center Exhibits

  • Discovery Lab Classroom with teachers

  • “Green” film screenings throughout the day

  • Rain Barrel Workshops


  • Recycling waterslide

  • Earth painting collage

  • Fantasy theater performers

  • Sponge Bob

  • Mermaid face-painting

  • Henna body art

  • Interactive ice sculpting

  • DJ Cool playing music for kids all day



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