Saturday, March 23
Pre-registration is open
Join neighbors, family, and friends at Earth Day GreenUp on March 23, 2019. Volunteer to beautify our community by picking up litter on pathways, waterways, and greenbelts. After your hard work, celebrate at Northshore Park with free pizza, face painting, live music, and an event t-shirt. Together, residents keep The Woodlands beautiful and protect natural areas for wildlife by helping in this community stewardship project.
GreenUp invites everyone to take ownership of our environment. Recruit or join a group of your peers – you may find that you’ll meet neighbors and create new friends while enjoying the outdoors. Disposable gloves, bags and maps will be provided during check-in at a designated park in each Village. Remember to bring a reusable bottle and your favorite work gloves to minimize waste. Ensure equipment for your team by pre-registering by March 11th. See the box below for registration information.
After the cleanup, the entire community is invited to celebrate in the spirit of Earth Day with food, fun and live music for all ages at Northshore Park, 2505 Lake Woodlands Drive. Local organizations will present fun activities and information on how you can make everyday Earth Day. Learn and play games that will teach you that “green starts with me.”
Volunteers will receive a commemorative T-shirt and be treated to pizza. Beverages will be available, but remember to bring your own water bottle. Food tickets will be on sale to the general public.
Pre-register: Through Monday, March 11 at www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/greenup
Check-in: Saturday, March 23, 8 to 10 a.m. at a location near you.
Walk-ups welcome. Check-in locations:
- Alden Bridge: Alden Bridge Park
- Cochran’s Crossing: Shadowbend Park
- College Park: Harper’s Landing Park
- Creekside Park: Rob Fleming Aquatic Center
- Grogan’s Mill: Sawmill Park
- Indian Springs: Falconwing Park
- Panther Creek: Ridgewood Park
- Sterling Ridge: Cranebrook Park
GreenUp: 8:30 to 11 a.m.
Celebrate: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Northshore Park
More Info: Call Environmental Services at 281-210-3800