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Sunday, April 9, 2017 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Central Park

  • Bike valet available

Events & Vendors

– Art projects with Crealdé School of Art
– Tie-dying with Rollins College and more.

  • Keep Winter Park Beautiful Green School Grant presentations by Mayor Steve Leary and other special awards
  • Live music (see schedule below)
  • Polasek Quick Draw Competition

The Quick Draw Competition is a plein air, or outdoor painting competition and is open to anyone who wishes to participate, amateurs and professionals, ages 16 and up. This is a fast and fun event to watch and participate in!

Community Yoga – From 12 to 1 p.m.
This is a 60-minute outdoor yoga session, open to all. While linking movement with breath, you’ll enjoy the breeze, feel the earth beneath your feet and look up at the blue sky. Bring a friend and come experience the benefits of a Full Circle Yoga workout and “work-in.” This class begins with light movement and works up to a moderate level of vigor, approachable for all levels. No worries if you are new to yoga, there is no experience necessary. Please bring a yoga mat!

Kids Earth Day Yoga – From 11:30 to 11:50 a.m.
This is a 20-minute outdoor yoga class, open to kids 5-10 years old. First, they’ll have fun walking their down dogs to meet one another and connect with the earth. Then, onto yoga postures inspired by this special day, such as standing tall like a mountain, sun salutations, waterfall fall pose, butterfly pose, tree pose and sundial pose. Kids will build confidence while they work on balance, flexibility, strength and smiles in this fun format, offered by Full Circle Yoga. Please bring a yoga mat!


Gold Community Partner

Covanta logo

Silver Community Partner

Zipcar logo
Rollins College logo
Panera Bread

Bronze Community Partner

Massey Services

Green Sustainer Community Partner

4 Rivers

Going Green Community Partner

Frog Song Organics

Hydration Sponsor

American Water Works Association (AWWA) Florida Section
BeemoBeemo is an acoustic Americana band with mountain music roots. Their sound is a blend of indie-rock, Irish folk, bluegrass, and elements of the singer/songwriter genre.
Uke-A-LadiesThe Uke-A-Ladies is an all-female-power-trio that focuses on harmonies and multi-instrumental performances. Jeni Valtinson, Alison Sherberg, and Tessa Marie are individual singer-songwriters, but decided to join forces in the summer of 2015. The trio has enjoyed playing the local Orlando scene and soon became the recipients of Orlando Weekly’s Best Pop Act of 2016. Their song choices range from top hits through the decades to indie-folk to hip-hop and originals. No matter the event, The Uke-A-Ladies love performing and seek to provide quality entertainment for all types of audiences and events.