Come downtown on April 24th from 11:00-4:00 PM to enjoy an afternoon of celebrating the Earth and all the blessings she gives us. This outdoor event is free to attend. We're hoping to bring you a day honoring the Earth, spring, the outdoors, nature, conservation, farming, and more!
Stationed around downtown and hosted by some of our downtown businesses, we'll be featuring special Earth Day guest organizations, local farmers, and conservationists to help you learn about what they do and how you can become more Earth-friendly.
Earth Artisan & Outfitter will be hosting an outdoor Earth Day celebration near their shop at 37 West Chapel Avenue from 1:00-4:00 PM, featuring several Earth-friendly organizations focused on protecting our valuable natural resources and on conservation. Visit their event page here.
We'll be featuring our downtown businesses and their Earth-friendly products and practices throughout the week on facebook. From saving products from landfills to locally sourcing ingredients, our downtown is doing its part to help the environment.
Some of our downtown businesses and organizations will have special surprises, such as crafts and sales, celebrating our Earth during our celebration. To see a list of what our businesses are featuring for the day, see Earth Day Specials below.
The following special guests will be featured at the times and locations noted below.
Judy, the owner of this shop, is also a landscaper. Discover Pennsylvania native plants outside of Sanctuary Boutique, 100 W. High Street.
Learn about the exciting adventure of geocaching in front of Liberty Tax Services, 28 S. Hanover Street. See common tools and learn how to start yourself.
Learn about the eco-friendly partnership on reusing spent brewing grain between Dickinson College Farm and Molly Pitcher Brewing at 139 W. High.
Bees are vitally important to our ecosystem. Honey Bee Friendly will tell you more and be selling products in front of Cafe Bruges, 16 N. Pitt Street.
Sharing resources like those from Carlisle Tool Library is eco-friendly. Learn more from the Tool Library at Kindred Kaboodle, 5 N. Hanover.
The Community Engagement Team of the CCAC will be doing outreach for a local Climate Action Plan at the greatest gift, 117 N. Hanover.
Lena will host a round-table discussion on "Mindful Living: Simple Steps to Reduce your Ecological Footprint" in her studio at 2 E. Liberty Avenue.
Corey Carothers will talk about local farming and the environment and raffle off a beef bundle outside of Exquisite Chocolate, 35 S. Hanover.
Honey Bee Friendly, PA Parks and Forests Foundation, biologist Aura Stauffer, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Clean Air Board, Shade Tree Commission, and CV Rising at 37 W. Chapel Ave.
The following businesses will have special sales or activities on event day.
Join Whistlestop Bookshop, 129 W. High, as they celebrate Independent Bookstore Day. Exclusives, specials, giveaways, and more.
Enjoy 10% off the clothesVine's featured line of organic cotton clothing, Z Supply. Visit them at 134 W. High.
Carlisle Family Life Center, 155 N. Hanover Street, presents a free Earth Day craft for kids in front of their location.
Earth Artisan & Outfitter, 37 W. Chapel, will be having an Earth Day festival and specials on some of their products.
Mention "Earth Day" at No Common Scents, 15 N. Hanover, and get 10% off your in-store purchases during our event.
Anahata Yoga, 2 E. Liberty, will feature eco-friendly products all week on social media with all those products on sale on 4/24.
Enjoy 10% off Castlerigg's Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc wines and Tait Farm organic products throughout the day at 110 S. Hanover.
Save 10% on eco-friendly bath and home products, including Bees Wax wraps and Marley's Monsters products, at the greatest gift, 117 N. Hanover.
Visit Boutique on Pomfret at 16 W. Pomfret and enjoy 10% off select eco-friendly and fair-trade clothing and accessory lines.
Collecting vintage is eco-friendly, so grow your stash by stopping by Miss Ruth's Time Bomb, 24 N. Hanover, for their sale and pop-up shop.
Use recycled materials and plant some seeds to grow some flowers for the butterflies and bees at CALC, 38 W Pomfret, in this free activity.
Cafe Bruges, 16 N. Pitt, Street, will feature a Hot Honey and Onion Burger Special using Honey Bee Friendly products throughout the day.
Thrifting saves clothing and shoes from landfills and C-Luv Thrift, 20 N. Hanover, will be offering 10% off all green tag items on 4/24.
Create your own ceramic planter during Earth Day weekend for a fee at Create-A-Palooza, 11 E. High Street.