Earth Day 2024

The earth needs our help to protect it, we must come together to take action on climate change.

Let’s Dance for the Planet!

Join us for Earth Day Weekend at the Forks and come learn about sustainability and ways to get involved in your community.

On Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 3:30 PM join us on the Forks Patio (in front of the Johnston Terminal) and get ready to bust a move at the Earth Day Flash Mob and Dance Showcase. Secure your spot in the dance crew or kick back and groove as a groovy spectator.


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No experience necessary, inclusive, and accessible options. Learn from dance instructor Dana Lance who will be providing K-Pop choreography. Sign up to receive rehersal schedule and details.


Performers include: Ivan Flett Memorial DancersRylee Sandberg Indigenous Hoop Dancerthe Inka Warriors Dance GroupUWinnipeg BhangraSisler’s Most WantedIllicit Dance CrewRitmos del PeruKelvin High School and Pom CheerDaniel McIntyre Collegiate DMCI’s FinestQuidel Chilean Youth Dance GroupGago Brothers +more.

Hosted by: Green Kids


Poster/Art Competition – Manitoba Schools Grades K-12
Overcoming climate change is within reach if we work together to commit to action and invest in our planet and our collective future. Create a poster that inspires collective action! Entries are due by April 22, 2024.

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About Earth Day

Everyone has their part in the green revolution. From businesses that innovate to governments that incentivize to individuals who demand action – only united can we save the Earth. To invest means to commit resources in order to generate a substantial return. By investing time, energy, and money throughout all layers of society, we can achieve the green revolution and create a sustainable economy with opportunities for all.

The first Earth Day was celebrated in 1970 when a United States senator from Wisconsin organized a national demonstration to raise awareness about environmental issues. Rallies took place across the country and, by the end of the year, the U.S. government had created the Environmental Protection Agency. By 1990, Earth Day was an event celebrated by more than 140 countries around the globe.

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