Please join us for Earth Fest 2017!
"Welcoming in the Spring"
Traditionally, the area's first Fest of the year celebrating the richness and beauty of our planet.
Earth Fest, sponsored by Earth Day Southern, is one of the longest-running celebrations of Earth Day in the nation and a respected Southern Tier institution.
We are proud to be again be partnering with SUNY Broome, the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park and the Roberson Museum and Science Center. Each venue is offering discounts if you show up with a stamp from any of the other two venues: the Roberson Museum or the Binghamton Zoo is $2 off their tickets and you can get a free admission to Earth Fest!
The SUNY Broome Ecology Club will be operating a Book Exchange and Clothing Recycling Drop-off program for the event. Fuel- efficient cars will also be on display.
As always, there will be live music, food, magic shows, hands-on children’s activities, crafts, demonstrations, and free give-a-ways. We also feature a River Trails Bike Cruise organized by the Southern Tier Bike Club.
Past exhibitors have included local companies like IBM, NYSEG, Toyota, Johnson Camping, Taylor Garbage, and Frito Lay; government organizations such as NY State DEC, Broome County Division of Solid Waste, Broome County Environmental Management Council, Susquehanna River Basin Commission and Cornell Cooperative Extension; and non-profit organizations like Animal Care Council, Finch Hollow Nature Center, Sierra Club, and Waterman Conservation Education Center.
Please also check out our facebook page.
If you are a vendor and wish to participate, please fill out our Web Exhibitor Registration Form or download the Exhibitor Reservation PDF form and mail it in.
Your involvement in Earth Fest helps support Earth Day Southern Tier’s mission by increasing public education and awareness of environmental concerns and the programs, products, and technology available to green the Tier and the planet. Together we can realize a better today and a sustainable, more healthy tomorrow.
Earth Fest draws over 3,000 visitors and each year we widely publicize the event to reach an even greater community. As such, participants can expect exposure to a wide audience, recognition as a green community member and numerous networking possibilities.