On Sunday, April 20, in Denver’s City Park, Cottonwood Institute will be participating in the largest Earth Day celebration in the history of the Front Range! The 1st Annual Green Apple Music Festival will occur from Noon to 6 p.m., and will feature a wide variety of green businesses, organic and natural food vendors, nonprofit organizations, speakers, and music by local and national bands such as the Neville Brothers, Rose Hill Drive, and the Duo. The Green Apple Music Festival is FREE and will be occurring simultaneously in eight US Cities, making it America’s largest Earth Day Festival. Come be part of the fun as we celebrate the beauty and majesty of Mother Earth.
The Cottonwood Institute is looking for CAP and CI Alumni to help volunteer at the Green Apple Music Festival at City Park. We need help representing the Cottonwood Institute at our booth, while soaking in some rays and listing to great live music. If you can make it down to Denver for an hour or two to help us out, please email Jamie Dent: email@example.com.
For more information about the event, go to Green Apple Festival Website.