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Thursday, April 19

Noon

Movie “Kilowatt Ours
The movie reveals the consequences of our coal powered economy.

Sponsored by the Sierra Club and Student Activities Office

Student Union

Earth Day Celebration

Friday, April 20

9a-4p

Renewable Energy 101 workshop
Learn about local initiatives to promote RE in the Fox Valley, and how you can help."

A daylong workshop is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and vocabulary to speak confidently about renewable energy to their neighbors, elected officials and classmates.

The workshop is presented by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association’s “Power Up! Students for Renewable Energy program”.

Emeritus Room

Renewable Energy 101

Noon- 1:30

Scavenger Hunt

Come and win one of these prizes:

  • Reuse - a pre-owned CD player 
  • Reduce - a coffee mug and coffee gift certificate
  • Recycle - 7th generation recycled paper products 

Main HallwayEarth Day Celebration

Noon- 1:30

Student Posters

Biology students from UWFox display presentations from class projects on topics such as recycling, composting, biodiesel, eating green, and energy saving tips.

See Environmental Biology Student Projects online. (Best view with IE)

Main Hallway

Earth Day Celebration

Noon- 1:30

Campus SWAP
Leave items that you no longer have a need for and maybe find an item that you want to take – for free. 

Main Hallway

Earth Day Celebration

Saturday, April 21

Noon- 2p

Community SWAP
Leave items that you no longer have a need for and maybe find an item that you want to take – for free. 

Campus Lawn

Earth Day Celebration

Noon-2p

Earth Day Celebration

  • Enter a raffle for a free compost bin
  • Free Earth Day canvas bag to first 80 visitors
  • Determine the size of your ecological footprint
  • Buy shade-grown coffee
  • Recycled art station for kids Information about recycling and composting, and local Earth-friendly organizations and businesses

Campus Lawn

Earth Day Celebration

10a-??

Adopt-A-Highway Clean-Up
Phi Theta Kappa is planning the Highway Clean-up.

Contact Dr. Rex Hieser (rex.hieser@uwc.edu) for details.

Lobby outside the entrance to the Planetarium. 

Monday, April 23

Noon

Scholars Series Lecture
“Earth Week, Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going, and What You Can Do”,  presented by Dr. Michael Dombeck.

Fine Arts Theatre

Earth Day Celebration