If you love the earth, there is no better way to show it than by celebrating it during Earth Day. In San Antonio, there are plenty of ways to celebrate, and it all starts at Woodlawn Lake. If you happen to be in town on Saturday, April 21, head on over to have some fun and learn new ways to protect the planet
One of the most popular events at the Earth Day Celebration is the 5K Run. It starts at 9 a.m. and is the kickstart of the event. Runners will follow a marked course to the finish line. It’s a great way to burn some calories and get your metabolism going, and it’s for a good cause. Just don’t forget to stretch before you start your run.
Throughout the day, there will be plenty of live music and entertainment at the park. Live bands will perform, and there will also be plenty of dancing. If you’re interested in vendors, you can be there will be plenty on-site offering information and even free samples and giveaways. You won’t be bored, and you can bet there will always be something going on. Don’t be afraid to sing and dance along. It’s good family fun for people of all ages.
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All About the Earth
It wouldn’t be an Earth Day celebration if there wasn’t a lot of stuff going on pertaining to the trees and improving the planet. You’ll find plenty of informative booths on-site with volunteers who are anxious to talk to you about their passion. You can also enter to win free trees and T-shirts and learn about such things as saving water, recycling, planting techniques, and other skills that can help you protect the planet. By the time you leave, you’ll have a better understanding of what you can do to make the earth a better place for future generations.
While you are out celebrating Earth Day in San Antonio, head on over to your local Toyota dealership and check out the selection of efficient vehicles available. Toyota of Boerne has a large inventory of new and used vehicles in stock. Newer vehicles are better for the environment and have lower emissions, and Toyota has a wide variety of hybrids, too. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than with a new fuel-efficient car?