With more than 120 organizations and businesses on the bandwagon for this year's festivities, Earth Day isn't just for dirty hippies anymore. "It's a lifestyle," says Scott Sanders, executive director of Cleveland's Earth Day Coalition. "More and more, everybody has a lot of choices to make as a consumer. More options are coming in the next couple of years, because people are asking for them."
In addition to the hundreds of exhibits on display, folks can pick up a tree to plant in their yard, hear live music, and watch awe-inspiring tricks performed by zoo animals. And there'll be green-home designs, which show visitors how to light and heat their abodes naturally, and the Fatty Wagon, a vehicle that runs entirely on French fries. All aboard, and pass the ketchup!
Sun., April 22, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.