JOIN US in celebrating Earth Week! All events are sponsored by the Student Environmental Association for Sustainability (SEAS) Club.
Schedule of Events
Mon. 4/18 at 7 pm Chapman Hall, Rooms 808 C & D
A film about the human and environmental costs of the clothing industry; part of an annual environmental film series in Middletown.
Flippin’ Free Stuff
Mon. 4/18 Upper Lot Dropoffs 10:30 am – 2 pm
Tues. 4/19 Lower Lot Dropoffs 10:30 am – 2 pm
Wed. 4/20 Giveaway 10:30 am – 2 pm (set up begins at 9 am) Lawn between Snow/Wheaton
Bring stuff that you want to give away on Monday and/or Tuesday; then on Wednesday browse all the stuff and take what you need in exchange for donating canned goods for the Magic Food Bus
Solar Energy @MxCC
Wed. 4/20 Student Lounge Time: 12:30 – 1:00 pm
Screening of PTK student film about solar energy on campus, and update on solar @MxCC!
Thurs. 4/21 Lower Parking Lot Time 10:00am -2pm
Collection and proper disposal of your e-waste (including computers, printers, cell phones, etc.)
Live Birds of Prey Program
Courageous Conversations “Food & Water: Environmental Justice Issues in America”
Mon. 4/25 Noon – 12:50 Library Periodicals Room
Polluted water and a lack of affordable, nutritious foods are issues that disproportionately affect poor and minority populations. Join the discussion. Bring canned goods to help stock our Magic Food bus!
“What the Waste?” Annual Waste Audit & Cleanup
Wed. 4/27 Noon – 3 pm Outside Founder’s Hall
Annual audit of trash and recycling collected from each building; and cleanup of trash around campus. Volunteers needed!
Presidential Orchard Tree Planting
Fri. 4/29 Arbor Day noon Between Chapman and lower parking lot
Add second red bud tree to President Anna’s orchard
Recycling Round Up!
Mon. 5/2 noon – 1 pm Student Lounge
Do you really know what and how to recycle properly? Middletown’s Recycling Coordinator Kim O’Rourke will talk about how to recycle in CT and answer all your questions about recycling.
“Waste Not Want Not” Library Display
Ongoing during April
All Earth Week events are free! Download the event flyer here. For more information about Earth Week, contact Prof. Christine Witkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.