JOIN US in celebrating Earth Week! All events are sponsored by the Student Environmental Association for Sustainability (SEAS) Club.Earth Week-FLYER

Schedule of Events

Monday, April 21

Drop-offs for Flippin’ Free Stuff
10:30-3:30 p.m.
Upper parking lot at the Uhaul Van
Drop of your gently used items at the Uhaul Van in the upper parking lot on April 21.

Birds of Prey Live!
12:30-1:15 p.m.
Location outside Founders, under the tent
Presented by A Place Called Hope, a raptor rescue, rehabilitation and education center

Tuesday, April 22

Drop-offs for Flippin’ Free Stuff
10:30-3:30 p.m.
Lower parking lot at the Uhaul Van
Drop of your gently used items at the Uhaul Van in the lower parking lot on April 22.

What the Waste?!
9 –noon
On lawn between Founders & Wheaton Hall
Help complete the annual campus waste audit

Gasland Part 2 Screening
6 p.m light supper; 6:30-9 p.m. film & discussion
Chapman 808 C&D
Free film & discussion; light supper included
Co-sponsored by Food & Water Watch and The Jonah Center for Earth & Art

Wednesday, April 23

Flippin Free Stuff
10:30-3:30 p.m.
Under the tents on lawn between Founders & Chapman
Similar to last semester’s Swap Meet, Flippin’ Free Stuff resembles a tag sale, except everything is free! Students and employees can bring in items to donate on April 21 and 22. Then on April 23—during the actual tag sale—“shoppers” will be able to pick out household goods, gently worn clothing, accessories, sporting goods, books, toys, and games.

Outdoor Environmental Pageant by ARTFARM and MxCC Rabble Rousers
12:30 – 1:15 p.m.
Under the tents on lawn between Founders & Chapman
Local theater troupe will host an Earth Week themed performance during Flippin’ Free Stuff

Thursday, April 24

e-Cycling
10:00-3:00 p.m.
Lower lot
Get rid of your unwanted electronics! For a list of acceptable items to bring, click here.

Friday, April 25

Connecticut Campus Sustainability Conference
8:00-4:00 p.m.
Chapman Hall Room 808
This event is designed for personnel and students at Connecticut public and private colleges and universities, and will bring together students, faculty, staff and others who are involved with campus sustainability efforts. Registration required, space is limited. Register here.

Ongoing Events

Earth Week themed library displays – MxCC Library and Meriden Center Learning Lab

Transportation Survey – Answer questions about your commute at the library or take the survey online.

All Earth Week events are free! Download the event flyer here. For more information about Earth Week, contact Christine Witkowski at cwitkowski@mxcc.edu.