It’s fun for the entire family on Saturday, April 21 at The Arlington Memorial Gardens 1st Annual Earth Day Celebration. The festivities begin at 2:00pm, and continue until 3:30pm in the large open field adjacent to Ronald Reagan Highway.
A sampling of the games and activities include: A Recycle Toss, Sac Races, Plant-Your-Own “Take Home” Seedling, A Professional Beekeeper, A Bubble Station, Create-Your-Own Earth Bracelets, Children’s Yoga, and many other fun crafts, games and activities for the entire family to enjoy.
Established in 1934, The Arlington Memorial Gardens is a 165-acre memorial park located at 2145 Compton Road in Springfield Township. The park is situated on land that was originally deeded by General George Washington to the Johnson family for services rendered during the American War of Independence. In addition to 29 gardens, the park has several scattering gardens, a lakeside chapel, floral center, a Reception Center, a mausoleum complex and regularly holds unique activities and events open, free of charge, to the entire community. For more information visit www.amgardens.org or call 513-521-7003.