Croft Farm, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. All-weather event
Family Fun Bike Ride 8 a.m. Register HERE
Event-day VOLUNTEERS needed – sign-up HERE by March 31.
High school ages + adult supervisors.
Plant swap: bring a wrapped, labeled division from your garden – and take home a new perennial. Details HERE
A B O U T
Sponsorship – Click Here
Sustaining Sponsorship – Click Here
(Food vendor spaces are taken)
Deadline – April 1st! Students: Win Contest Prizes! Display theme: Reduce Plastic- Fantastic!
Volunteer Corps: Click HERE to sign up by March 31
Event-day S C H E D U L E (stay tuned)
2018 Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival – April 28 Croft Farm 10a-2p;
Family Fun Bike Ride: Register HERE Check in 8:30am April 28.
Our event is South Jersey’s largest eco event marking April’s Earth Day.
Celebrate – Learn – Grow! Our 9th Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival at historic Croft Farm; this year’s theme is “Reduce Plastic – Fantastic!”
Presented by: LourdesCare of Cherry Hill – Platinum Sustaining Sponsor; Ravitz Family Markets – Gold Sustaining Sponsor; Hutchinson-Plumbing Heating Cooling Energy Services.
Become an Earth Festival Sponsor – CLICK HERE
Register HERE to be an earth-friendly vendor or non-profit group display. Your vendor fee is a donation to Sustainable Cherry Hill. Thank you! As of February 6 – all food vendor spaces are taken. Thank you!
All vendors and groups will be approved before final confirmation or payment. Non-profit groups may consider registering as a paid vendor.
Volunteers needed! Click HERE for details and sign-up
Family Fun Bike Ride- Start festival day checking in at 8:30 a.m. for two and nine-mile group rides from Croft Farm through Barclay Farm neighborhood; then enjoy free bike valet parking at the Earth Festival. Ride registration is free for all – HERE. Ages 8 and up; all must wear helmet.
Earth Festival visitors will experience more than 100 earth-friendly vendors, educational and non-profit groups; two stages of entertainment; and enjoy healthy food choices. The day will start with our two and nine-mile Family Fun Bike Ride. The Earth Festival has grown each year and draws more than 5,000 people from Cherry Hill and surrounding communities.