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It was a momentous day as the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) put on its 14th annual Earth Day Festival on May 3, because if all goes according to plan, it will be the last Earth Day festival that PEEC will celebrate at its current Orange Street location.
By Earth Day next year, PEEC hopes to be settled into its new home at the Los Alamos County Nature Center, located on Canyon Road, slated to open next spring.
Once again, this year PEEC welcomed the Santa Fe-based Clan Tynker, a popular Vaudeville circus group that encourages audience participation and always delights with its antics. Clan Tynker performed two shows. In between Clan Tynker’s performances, the Hill Stompers got the audience up on their feet and enjoying their always lively music and dance.
There were information and activity booths from more than 25 organizations. We wish to thank every exhibitor for being a supporter of the Earth Day Festival.
We are also grateful for the food vendors — Dosa Dosa and Taste of New York. The long lines at their stands were evidence of their good food. In addition, the Los Alamos Co-Op Market sold ice cream, which was appreciated by all on what turned out to be a rather warm day.
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