Geneva's Earth Day event includes food, fun, philanthropy
Geneva is inviting families to celebrate Earth Day on April 22 at Peck Farm Park.
Earth Day festivities will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and are sponsored by Geneva's Natural Resources Committee and the Geneva Park District. Residents can purchase rain barrels, receive bicycle safety checkups and get free tomato plants. Document-shredding will also be available.
The Geneva Public Library will have a “take a book or leave a book” table, where residents can drop off books and pick up new ones.
Jolly Old Soles is asking residents to donate shoes at the event. Donations will go to needy families through various local organizations. US Again will be accepting old textiles, except rugs and carpets.
Electronics recycling is also available through the Kane County Recycles program. All computer monitors will be accepted for a cash-only fee of $25 to $35, depending on size.
Besides practical events, the celebration will offer a petting zoo, chalk art and activities for kids. Food and beverages will also be available.
The park is at 4038 Kaneville Road. For more information, call the Geneva Park District at 630-262-8244 or visit http://www.genevaparks.org/.
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