Assure a Smile is excited to celebrate the 41st annual Earth Day this Sunday, April 10th, at Pinecrest Gardens! Join this Green Miami dentist office as we gather to celebrate, appreciate, and spread awareness for the natural wonder that is our planet!
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Spring has sprung, and the signs are everywhere! The Marlins are gearing up for a new season, Key Biscayne is swarming with weekend beach-goers, and of course, Earth Day is this here! Our practice is excited for the coming weekend as we urge all to remember that this Sunday is a time for reflection. Attending an Earth Day festival is not necessary; rather, taking time to reflect, appreciate, and share your thoughts with friends and family is the most effective way to get involved and spread Earth-honoring awareness for our natural world.
Earth Day: A History
First celebrated on April 22nd of 1970, Earth Day marks a time for appreciating our planet. The event gained worldwide attention by 1990 and is currently celebrated by over 140 nations. The holiday transcends cultural borders to remind us that the natural beauty and limited resources of our planet are to be cherished. We are challenged to consider our collective and individual environmental impact, regardless of our ethnic, religious, or ideological background. In exploring these values, we are left with an impetus to selflessly rethink and restructure our lifestyles to better preserve the earth for generations to come.
Today, over 500 million people from around the world celebrate Earth Day. Events and awareness initiatives are planned by the Earth Day Network, a multinational coalition that organizes events in over 170 countries each year.
Earth Day: Sunday, April 10th at Pinecrest Gardens
Assure a Smile will be attending the Earth Day Festival at Pinecrest Gardens this Sunday, April 10th. The event begins at 10am and runs until 4pm. For directions, please click here!
Pinecrest Gardens invites guests to Take a Stroll Through Paradise. The lush tropical park features over 1,000 different varieties of exotic plants and palm trees, creating the ideal escape from the hustle-and-bustle of life in Miami. Visitors will find themselves entranced with the natural streams, sinkholes, caves, and fissures that accent the park, turning mundane afternoons into adventurous excursions into the natural South Florida landscape. This Sunday, Pinecrest Gardens will feature Farmer’s Market, wildlife shows, plant exhibits, Green vendors, and more! For additional information on this Earth Day Festival, please visit the Pinecrest Gardens Village Calendar.
How do you plan to celebrate Earth Day? Visit the Dentist305 Twitter page to Tweet your Earth Day plans to @Dentist305!
Make a commitment: Log on and visit the Assure a Smile Facebook Page and sign our Discussion Board to express your commitment to Going Green!
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