Earth Day is on April 22 each year since 1970. It was conceived by U.S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson as a nationwide day to teach communities about the environment. Here’s where you can get your Freebie –
Taste on Melrose and Taste at the Palisades
While supplies last, come into one of the two TASTE restaurants to get a FREE reusable tote-bag. Bring your reusable bag into TASTE and receive 10% off of your bill on your take out order. Taste at the Palisades – 538 Palisades Drive, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 – Go to Taste at the Palisades at OpenTable or call (310)459-9808. Taste on Melrose 8454 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Taste on Melrose at OpenTable or call (323)852-6888.
Tortilla Republic – West Hollywood
Come in and receive a FREE tote-bag at this Modern Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar. Bring in your tote-bag to receive 10 % off on you take-out order. 616 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Go to Tortilla Republic West Hollywood at OpenTable or call (310) 657-9888.
Receive a FREE Disneynature Bears reusable tote bag when you bring in 5 plastic bags on April 22, 2014. Limit 1 tote bag per guest while supplies last at participating locations. See the Disney Store website for more information.
Come to Alameda Park Car Free and win great prizes including Amtrak tickets. The Grand Prize is round-trip tickets for two to/from Santa Barbara and Seattle or Portland aboard Amtrak’s Coast Starlight™ in a private roomette with amazing views and meals included. Additional ‘Car Free’ prizes include: pairs of roundtrip Amtrak Pacific Surfliner™ train tickets that runs daily between San Diego and San Luis Obispo; one-night’s stay at the BEST WESTERN PLUS Pepper Tree Inn; a pair of free all-day rentals for beach cruisers or mountain bikes from Wheel Fun Rentals; passes to the Santa Barbara Zoo, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and Santa Barbara Maritime Museum; and 10-ride bus passes from Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District.
To learn how to arrive at Santa Barbara Earth Day car free, download a free map, and discover more about the Santa Barbara Car Free Project, access here. To find out more about Santa Barbara’s Earth Day Festival highlights, visit http://www.sbearthday.org.
Get a Free printable family activity sheet that offers great things to do today and everyday. Here are a few suggestions: Plant a sapling at school or in your backyard. Bake cookies and decorate them to look like earth. Sell the cookies at a bake sale and donate the money to an environmental organization – The Sierra Club, Tree People, or Earth First. Walk, scooter to ride your bike, instead of using a car. Click on Scholastic to get the sheet.
Encourage your child to go green one clue at time. Receive a FREE plantable bookmark from Pottery Barn when you go on a Treasure Hunt that is eco-inspired at participating Pottery Barn stores during the week of April 21. See the Pottery Barn website for more information.
It’s not FREE, but save 50% on greener cleaners at Whole Foods Market from April 19 to 22 (Earth Day). Receive 50% off more than 130 Eco-Scale™ rated household cleaners from multiple brands. To learn more, click on Whole Foods.