Earth Day returns to Tattnall Square Park


Dozens of families descended on Tattnall Square Park on Wednesday April 20 to celebrate our Earth! Macon-Bibb County held its Earth Day Festival for the first time since the pandemic, and it was filled with different activities for all family members.

The Mulberry Market has returned with local vendors offering fresh produce and other artisan products.

There were four bike giveaways for the kids, fitness and wellness activities, free t-shirts for kids who completed the kids zone activities, a free game of Pickleball at Tattnall Square Tennis and Pickleball Center, live music from the Dubshak Reggae Band and local animal bands with friendly creatures anyone can meet.

“We are thrilled to be back to celebrate Earth Day in Macon-Bibb County! So many children got to learn about the world around us, how to be proud of it, and most importantly how to care for it,” said said Rachel Gambill, co-coordinator of the Earth Day Festival, “We want adults to follow in the footsteps of our youngest citizens!”

The goal was also to provide educational providers set up so that everyone could learn about the various green initiatives in our community. Thank you to everyone who made the festival a success!


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