Earth Week 2015
April 20-24

Earth Day - the earth held by green leaves.Ohlone College will celebrate the 44th anniversary of Earth Day with a week of activities, talks, and demonstrations that highlight the state of the environment and ways to live sustainably.

Please join us and encourage your fellow friends, students, and co-workers to join in the fun. We expect great attendance, and appreciate you being a part of this event and demonstrating your environmental stewardship.

Earth Week 2015 Schedule of Events
(updated April 10, 2015)
Date Time Event Location
Monday, April 20 12:00pm - 1:00pm Fremont's $5 Million Energy Challenge - Rachel DiFranco, Sustainability Coordinator City of Fremont Room NC1100, Newark campus
Tuesday, April 21  10:00am - 2:00pm Earth Day Interactive -

Tri-City Ecology, Ohlone Math, Environmental Studies and Sustainability Club

Lobby, Newark campus
Tuesday, April 21  10:00am - 11:00am H20 to Go - Water refill station information and bottle giveaway. Lobby, Newark campus
Tuesday, April 21 9:30am - 2:30pm Get Fired Up about Earth Week: Ceramics Department. - Professor Frank; the ceramics department will open their studio Room 4204, Fremont campus
Tuesday, April 21 2:00pm - 3:00pm Frack or Fiction? - Fracking in California. Q&A with English 101C and Professor Hurley. Lobby, Newark campus
Wednesday, April 22  11:00am - 1:00pm

Water Display- How thirsty is your food? An interactive look at how the drought will affect what you eat. - The Ohlone Student Sustainability Club

Lobby, Newark campus
Thursday, April 23  10:00am - 1:00pm

Grow Local - Connect with the earth and garden with us in the Biodynamic Garden and vineyard. Munch on solar-baked cookies and listen to music from the sun!

Garden (south side of building), Newark campus
Friday, April 24 12:30pm - 2:00pm Get Active - Interactive Community Discussion on Climate Change and Environmentalism - Dr. Krista Phair. New Location: Building FP-2, Fremont campus

Crumbled ball of paper. Only One Earth - Don't Waste It!

Learn more About Earth Day.
Planet Earth and green grass.