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It just wouldn’t be an Earth Day Festival without entertainment, booths and food.
PEEC’s 13th Earth Day Festival will be from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. on Saturday at Pajarito Environmental Education Center, 3540 Orange Street. Park at the High School and ride the free Atomic City Transit shuttle to the Center.
This year, the PEEC have two sets of entertainment sponsored by Los Alamos National Bank.
At 11 a.m., Clan Tynker will perform. Clan Tynker is a family troupe that performs a wide variety of stunts in a whimsical “Old World/ Vaudeville” style of entertainment. The show is an enchanting kaleidoscope of skills from around the world performed to live music. A variety of juggling skills are displayed including balls and clubs. Other highlights of the show consist of stage magic, comedy and wire walking.
At noon, the Los Alamos-based band the Hill Stompers will perform.
Food will be available from the following vendors: Taste of New York will serve up hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza; Dosa Dosa will serve organic and vegan items; and Los Alamos Co-op Market offers ice cream and fresh fruit.
During the day, the public is invited inside the nature center to see Betty the bullfrog or Foxxy the hognose snake, and other displays like live butterflies.
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