Earth Day Bay County
Our 15th Annual Earth Day Bay County Celebration is taking place
Saturday, April 20, 2019
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
McKenzie Park [map & directions]
Downtown Panama City, Florida
Thank you to all the citizens and participants who joined together to celebrate the 48th year of Earth Day and the 14th Annual Earth Day Bay County. We held the BEST event in the 14 years I’ve been helping to keep this event alive and yesterday April 21st it thrived. We who joined together truly appreciate this beautiful bayside and Gulf side area we call Home and sharing it with others is truly the best part of the entire event. Thank you to our sponsors BEST, Inc., The Jelks Foundation, and all of you who helped make the event so special by giving of your time and talents.
Blessed Be. Namaste. Thank You.
Call For Participants
All interested Green minded environmental folks, food vendors, craft persons, artist, builders, contractors, entrepreneurs, non-profits, musicians, healers, massage therapists, and modern day wizards are welcome to participate in this year’s Earth Day Bay County in Downtown Panama City, Florida.
To register for booth space, download and print the 2019 Participant Agreement and send it in.
- Check back for 2019 participants!
- Check back for the 2019 entertainment schedule!
Earth Day Bay County 2019 will be held Saturday, April 20, 2019, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at McKenzie Park, Downtown Panama City, Florida.
About Earth Day
Earth Day is a time to learn, appreciate and celebrate the natural wonders and beauty of St. Andrew Bay. This day we are reminded that we are custodians of these treasures, and their preservation depends largely upon what we do as individuals, and how well we make our voices heard by our elected and appointed officials.
The earth will continue to regenerate its life sources only as long as we and all the peoples of the world do our part to conserve its natural resources. It is a responsibility which every human being shares. Through voluntary action, each of us can join in building a productive land in harmony with nature.” –President Gerald Ford, Speech proclaiming the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970.
Visit our blog to learn more about Earth Day or to get information and photos from past events.