Have a great time in the open air at one of Tulsa’s most outstanding venues, the Guthrie Green. Come see the Randy Crouch with his Original Flying Horse Band perform on Earth Day.
Join us for a fun family friendly day-long celebration including live local music, handmade art vendors, Expert speakers, educational booths, local cuisine, and more! EARTH DAY is the most widely recognized annual environmental event in the world. Celebrated on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection, the first Earth Day took place in 1970. Today more than 193 countries participate. The Tulsa Earth Coalition is honored to host Tulsa’s biggest Earth Day Celebration!
TULSA EARTH COALITION is comprised of many of Tulsa’s most active environmental and social justice organizations: Green Country Sierra Club, Carrie Dickerson Foundation, Tulsa Talks Climate, All Souls Green Team, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Hope Green Sanctuary Team, Transition Tulsa, TU Earth Matters, TYPros Sustainability Crew, and University of Tulsa Students For Sustainability.
In addition to coalition members, many more earth-friendly organizations will be participating.
12:30 – SteelyFace and SPRNRML
1:00 – Rebecca Jim – Children in Nature
Eva Unterman – Carrie Dickerson Humanitarian Award
1:15 – Wheat Penny
1:50 – Announcements
2:00 – Rev. Gerald Davis – Environmental Social Justice
Pamela Kingfisher – Sovereignity and Sustainability
2:20 – Susan Herndon and The Bella Council
2:50 – Announcements
3:00 – Charles Hoskins, Jr. – Cherokee Nation
3:05 – Sistas In Rhythm
3:25 – Barbara VanHanken – Sheila Swearingen and Hands Around the Park
3:30 – Group Sing This Land is Your Land with Hands Around
3:40 – Steve Liddell
4:00 – Mark Yates & John Harper (yet to confirm) on Wind Energy in OK
Gary Allison – Ready For 100
4:20 – BrujoRoots
4:55 – Announcements
5:00 – Marilyn McCulloch – Carrie Dickerson as Oklahoma Activist
Earl Hatley – Carrie Dickerson Environmental Defender Award/Water/Tar Creek
5:20 – Oceanaut
5:55 – Announcements
6:00 – Johnson Bridegwater – EPA, Scott Pruitt and Oklahoma
6:15 – Randy Crouch
6:55 – Thanks, Closing