Celebrate Earth Day in Newcastle - April 23, 2016
Green Businesses and Non-Profits are Welcome
Do you have an eco-friendly product or service?
A message of environmental sustainability?
A passion for a healthy planet?
Enjoy this Free, Family Fun Event. Activities for all ages. Music. Food Trucks on site.
"Trees - How Important are They? We Can't Survive Without Them!"
Featuring a Wetland Restoration Activity at 10:30 AM - Sponsored by the City of Newcastle
Tree workshop at 1:00 PM at the stage. Basics on how to plant a tree. Attendees take a tree home for your yard.
Saturday, April 23, 2016 ~ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Lake Boren Park 13058 SE 84th Way ∙ Newcastle, WA 98056
The Newcastle Earth Day event is made possible by a grant from the King Conservation District and the City of Newcastle.
Charitable donations from our sponsors and participants enable us to produce quality educational environmental events.
Earth Day Selfies on Instagram #NewcastleWA
Info for Volunteers
Volunteer Opportunities - Sign-Up Here eMail form to GraceStiller
You can also print the document from your computer and bring it to the event.
Benefits for Volunteering: Guaranteed fun! and You'll receive a cool event t-shirt.
Feature event - Plant Trees in the Wetland Restoration project lead by Angela Gallardo, Newcastle City Staff.
How to Plant a Tree Correctly. Watch this great video by Corey Miller, Newcaslte City Staff. "Thanks, Corey!"
Join us for Earth Day!
Earth Day 2016 is a charitable event produced by the Weed Warriors, a WA State non-profit. Your application fee for the Earth Day event is considered a tax deductible donation. Businesses, Community Groups, and Non-Profits, Go to How to Participate for more details. Contact
Use the "Donate" button below to pay the Earth Day participation fee.
Mail Application to: Earth Day, PO Box 3455 Renton, WA 98056
Send a check OR Pay Securely with Credit Card via Pay Pal
Celebrate Newcastle's connection to the environment at Earth Day! Newcastle, WA, named one of the most livable small cities by Fortune 500, also welcomes wildlife to yards, parks, and open spaces by registering with the National Wildlife Federation as a Community Wildlife Habitat. Newcastle is "savvy" when it comes to living in harmony with nature by providing a healthy, outdoor environment with a balance of trails and parks for residents to enjoy, and open space habitats that sustain wildlife.
"You Can Help Wildlife by making your Yard a Wildlife Habitat," says Ranger Rick, National Wildlife Federation Mascot. Learn how at Earth Day.
View Wildlife up-close. Bring your camera!
Earth Day is celebrated in cities in 194 countries around the world. Locally, businesses and non-profits share ideas and products that help make our lives healthier - socially, economically, and environmentally. We are proud to promote healthy living through sustainable practices, environmental stewardship and social responsibility. And it begins in cities, neighborhoods, homes, and backyards like yours! This is Newcastle's 8th Annual Earth Day Event.
Contact: Grace Stiller, Chairperson, GraceStiller 206.795.5783