An Earth Day Celebration for Families!
Sunday, April 27, 2014, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Kids Unplugged, Irvine’s "get outside" initiative, encourages children and their families to literally “unplug” from video games, television and other forms of electronics to participate in activities focused on Mother Earth and the great outdoors.
It's a great way for families to celebrate Earth Day together. Food available for purchase, or bring a picnic lunch a make a day of it!
$15 per child.
Please Note: Irvine will be closed from 9-11 a.m. (except for participants in the Treehugger 5K) and 4-5 p.m. on Sunday to prepare for and break down Kids Unplugged. This event is RAIN or SHINE.
About the Creation of Kids Unplugged
Richard Louv, author of national bestseller Last Child in the Woods, coined a term to describe the lack of a child’s routine contact with nature. He calls this unwanted side-effect Nature Deficit Disorder (NDD). Irvine took Louv's idea and tried to add a positive spin by creating an event that helps families "unplug" for a day. The popular event coincides with Earth Day and is a great opportunity to get outside.
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