People wanting to partake in Earth Day activities can check out the annual Earth Day Festival in Ann Arbor. It is taking place at the Leslie Science and Nature Center.
The family friendly festival features 50 different displays, including presentations made by non-profits, government organizations, live animal demonstrations and much more.
Events include a children's concert from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. by the Ann Arbor-based band Gemini. Visitors will have the opportunity to see several birds of prey up close in throughout the event. Guest speakers and surprises are also planned through the rest of the day.
Visitors are encouraged to dress up as their favorite species of animal for added fun.
The Leslie Science and Nature Center is located at 1831 Traver Road in Ann Arbor. It takes place Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
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