Welcome to the 15th annual Central Florida Earth Day!
Presented by Vegetarians of Central Florida
Central Florida Earth Day is the largest and longest-running Earth Day festival in Central Florida!
Central Florida Earth Day is an exciting day of colorful and educational exhibits and activities! It will take place at beautiful Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando on April 25, 2020 from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Admission is FREE! Earth Day is a family-friendly, dog-friendly, alcohol-free, and smoke-free event. Earth Day is a vegan event; for information on why, please go to the Why Vegan? page. Earth Day, now in its 15th year, is the biggest and best Earth Day festival in Central Florida! 2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day!
Enjoy Presentations, Food Preparation Demonstrations, Environmental Education, Earth Kids Zone, Food, Artist Corner, Animal Haven, Music on hybrid and acoustic stages, Mind Body Spirit, lots of other Activities, and many Earth-friendly Sponsors and Vendors. There are so many fun and interesting things happening at Earth Day, you will want to stay all day!
The goals of Central Florida Earth Day are to:
We strive to make the festival as zero waste as possible. Steps we take to achieve this are:
— Solar power fulfills some of the electrical needs of the festival.
— Recycling and composting bins are provided for patrons.
— Patrons are encouraged to bring their own reusable containers and cutlery.
— Food vendors are asked to use compostable/biodegradable materials.
— Exhibitors are asked to use recyclable packaging.
— Other recycling opportunities are provided at the event.
Interested in participating in the event? Click on the following links to access the application/form for each category:
For directions to the park, please go to the Travel page. If you're visiting from out of town, this page also has info on where to stay and where to eat. For information on parking and the bike valet, please go to the Parking page.
Below are the 2019 vendor assignments, event map, and area map (2020 will be posted on April 22).