On Monday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. recycled art made by young School District 60 students will be on display at the North Peace Cultural Centre. The children have made works of art out of reused and recycled items like water bottles and cardboard. “Green” drinks from NEAT’s Blendercycle will also be served by donation, as well as appetizers provided by JD Fitzgerald’s.
On Wednesday, April 24, NEAT will screen the world premiere of a documentary about climate science, called “Thin Ice”, in the NPCC’s multi-purpose room. The film follows four researchers on four continents as they study environmental changes and patterns.
Finally, to conclude the week of Earth Day events, the Fort St. John Public Library will be holding an afternoon of family activities from 3 to 5 p.m, including story time and the Community Kitchen.