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Celebrate Earth Day and Earth Week in Style

Celebrate Earth Day and Earth Week in Style

Earth Day, is Monday April 22, and there are ways to really enjoy the day and the day leading up to the big event. First up the NYC Earth Day Bazaar Sun, April 21, 10am-5:30pm. 100 W. 77th St., grandbazaarnyc.org

The House of Yes is showing Mother Earth some love on April 21. Come to the Earth Love Fest at the new indoor/outdoor space in Bushwick. This “day party with a purpose” will present art installations, talks, makers selling eco-crafts, and lots of dancing. Panels will cover important environmental issues like ocean conservation, life without plastics, climate change’s impact on art, and more. This event is free for all. Sun, April 21, 12pm-8pm. 99 Scott Ave., 646-838-4973, eventbrite.com

Opera singer Cassandra Douglas will serenade visitors to the Ace Hotel’s lobby, which will be decorated with bonsai trees from Dandy Farmer. Monday, 8-11 p.m., FREE; 20 W. 29th St., acehotel.com

Share your sustainability story at the family-friendly Earth Day 50th Anniversary Countdown Art Installation and Action Center, which will also have kids’ activities, live performances, a weaving installation that will repurpose used clothing into art, and more. Tuesday, noon-6:30 p.m., FREE; Union Square, East 17th Street and Broadway, earthdayinitiative.org

Car Free Day NYC is to encourage New York City drivers to choose alternative means of moving about NYC on Earth Day.

For the fourth year running, the city is making Broadway car-free to celebrate Earth Day. On Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a nearly two-mile stretch of the thoroughfare—the 30 blocks between Union Square and Times Square—will be closed to vehicular traffic, with pedestrians and cyclists getting the run of the place.

1 Hotel Central Park will host the Zero Waste Dinner Series starting April 30 with “A Supper That Sustains Us.” This event will include several celebrity chefs presenting zero-waste cuisine and doing Q&As with guests about the thoughtful use of food during cooking, as well as sustainable farming practices. Proceeds for the series will benefit Grow NYC and the Billion Oyster Project. 1 Hotel Central Park: 1414 6th Ave., 212-703-2001, 1hotels.com/central-park

Held between Earth Day and Arbor Day, the world’s first funeral for a tree will occur at Judson Memorial Church in Washington Square Park. The honoree of the event is Will O. Baum, a tree that started his life in 1919 in Inwood and later moved to Brooklyn. After he died at the age of 100, Judson Church seeks to honor the noble tree—and advocate for trees everywhere—with this exciting event. Matthew Morrison of Glee will emcee and serve as “tree minister,” and gospel choirs, poets, and other speakers will appear as well. An immersive forest experience, as well as food and drink, are also on the agenda. Profits will benefit the regenerative agriculture efforts of trees.org. Thurs., April 25, 6-9pm. 55 Washington Sq. S., willobaum.splashthat.com

The Sakura Matsuri festival is the following weekend, in honor of the garden’s cherry blossoms and the culture of Japan. Live music at two outdoor stages, a manga demonstration, and Japanese tea ceremonies. Artisanal goods like pottery, chocolate, and kimonos will be on sale at the Japanese Marketplace. April 27-28, 10am-6pm. 445 Flatbush Ave., 718-623-7200, bbg.org

Nat Geo Encounter Ocean Odyssey

Located in Times Square, NatGeo’s Encounter transports your family to the depths of the ocean. You’ll walk through state-of-the-art immersive galleries filled with images of dazzling, diverse sea life. The final portion of the Encounter experience charges visitors to consider their environmental footprints and how our world oceans are affected by pollution. The perfect Earth Day activity, this Ocean Odyssey engages and entertains. 226 W. 44th St., natgeoencounter.com

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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