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Earth Day Celebration in the Historic Inner East

April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Historic Inner East Earth Day Celebration
Embrace the spirit of Earth Day by celebrating local businesses and exploring eco-friendly initiatives in our community. Discover a variety of activities, shop local goods, and collect stamps in your passport for a chance to win exciting prizes!
Date: Saturday, April 20th, scheduled events below happening 12 – 4 PM. Business hours vary, so make sure to check before your trip.
Business Events and Partners:
*Disclaimer – all free offers or products are while supplies last.
Pink Moon Goods:
🌎 Free seed starting in repurposed containers with Waste Free Dayton. Their mission is to promote and implement solutions for a healthier and more sustainable future. Find out more here: www.wastefreedayton.org
🌎 Free native plant seeds provided by Tadmor Greenes, a native plant nursery located in the 2nd St Market during the months of May – October. Check them out on Instagram @tadmorgreenes.
🌎 A shoppable collection of annual flower starts with Backlot Buds, a small-scale flower farm located in Dayton’s Historic Inner East. Find out more about them here: www.backlotbuds.com
🌎 A tree and garden tour led by Brooke Medlin, a horticulturist with much knowledge to share. The tour will start at Pink Moon Goods, go up to the Gem City Catfé and back.
🌎 Amazing dishes you would never believe were plant-based by That Vegan Joint Food Truck. Check them out on Instagram @thatveganjoint.
🌎 A selection of GF/DF/Vegan desserts from Eat the Rich. Check out the deliciousness on Instagram @eattherichdyt.
🌎 Hand printed tea towels by Rachel DB Creative
🌎 Torii Stories Sprout Zine and Sprout Kits
MADE Ceramic Art Studio:
🌎 A make-and-take ceramic wind chime project.
🌎 Information about local composting with Compost Dayton. Their mission is to create a food system for our future; find out more on their website www.compostdayton.com.
🌎 A native plant promotion by Dayton Area Wild Ones, a chapter of the national organization that teaches the benefits of using native plants to create natural landscapes. Check them out at: daytonareawildones.org
Fifth Street Brewpub:
🌎 The Mission of Mary Cooperative, a group that invests in the inner east side of Dayton by transforming vacant land plots into vegetable gardens and partnering with neighbors to sustainably develop our community. Sign up for their CSA and check out their website: www.missionofmary.org
🌎 Electric car education by Dayton Electric.
🌎 Citizen Led Gerrymandering Petition signing hosted by Dayton League of Women Voters
Gem City Catfé:
🌎 Marie B. Mobile Mending, who will be providing clothes mending and alteration services. Passionate about reducing the need for fast fashion and saving people money, you can follow their journey on Instagram @mariebmobilemending.
Dayton Society of Artists – DSA:
🌎 A free, kid friendly repurposing craft with Westside Makers Space. Make cute egg carton mushrooms and learn more about the many things the makers space has to offer! Check them out at www.westsidemakerspace.com or on Instagram @westsidemakerspace.
The Local 937:
🌎 Delicious sandwiches and carryout, The Local 937 sources the best local goods and treats. Visit for special Earth Day deals as well as crochet goods by Korra Crochets.
SHOP: Make 3 purchases at 3 unique participating locations
SUBMIT: Complete the contact info and submit to the passport to one of the 6 participating locations
WIN: Stay tuned for the 6 winners drawn from submissions.
*Disclaimers: Purchases and submissions must be completed during the Earth Day Celebration 4/20/2024. Winners have 3 days after being notified to arrange prize pickup.


Pink Moon Goods
2027 East Fifth Street
Dayton, OH 45403 United States
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