Carson City to hold Bee City Earth Day celebration

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“An Earth Day Celebration of Pollinators” is set for April 28 at the Foreman-Roberts House at 1207 N. Carson St. The event is a welcoming event for children and families seeking to learn more about the Earth and value of conserving its resources. The fun will start at 10 a.m. and run until 3 p.m.

Although this Earth Day Celebration is a week late (out of respect for Easter), it will include all the fun families have come to expect from this celebration.

This year’s event is free and sponsored by the Great Basin Beekeepers of Nevada and Bee City USA No. 76 Carson City established in October. This organization supports education and understanding the value of all pollinators in the environment. Plants, flowers, trees, birds, bees and butterflies all depend on each other for survival.

The exhibitors for this event are excited to share their knowledge and experience, to help understand the importance in learning all we can for the future survival of the world we share.

The event is hosted by the Carson City Historical Society with promotional assistance from the Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority. Information about Bee City USA No. 76 can be found at

Exhibitors for the celebration include: Carson City Parks & Recreation and Open Space, local garden clubs, Great Basin Beekeepers of Nevada, Bee City USA No. 76-Carson City, Evergreen Gene’s, Greenhouse Garden Center, Carson City Water Subconservancy, the Greenhouse Garden Project, and the Carson City Climate Action Committee and other organizations.


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