Earth Day 2023 at ONCA
Activties will focus on bringing people together to foster connection with our planet and all the living relations that exist because of it. We invite you to get muddy and mindful about ways to protect our planet, strengthen our local responses to climate change, and learn how to advocate for safer futures for all.
1pm – 5pm: Traces of the Future installation open – read & reflect in our city-garden book nook
1pm – 2:30pm: Planting salad gardens in tetra packs and seed sowing in discarded objects (bring items along you want to plant in!)
2:45pm – 3:30pm: Talk from Dawn Dublin of Black Butterfly, an Afrodescendant cultural heritage and social enterprise focusing on food sovereignty, community resilience & environmental justice
3:35pm – 3:55pm: Film screening of Letters to the Earth by Little Green Pig
4:15 – 5pm: Woodcraft workshop with sculptor and musician Rafael Berrio of Future Roots
All activities are drop-in as well as family and pet friendly .