Wednesday, April 22, is Earth Day. Of course, this year, the day that marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement looks a little different, as many events have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. That, however, is not going to stop us from celebrating! This year, we have put together a list of virtual Earth Day activities so you can still get your fix of nature, learn something new, and play your part in protecting the Earth while protecting each other.
While best associated with Halloween, corn mazes, and pumpkin spice, October also brings some of the best outdoor festivals and celebrations. All along the Capitol Corridor, you’ll find family-friendly festivals like Dia de los Muertos; Halloween-inspired fun; and celebrations of art, wine, music, and beer.
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Check out a great selection of free, family-friendly, Autumn-inspired events throughout the month of October. From jamming out at a free three-day music festival in SF, to celebrating Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in SJ, discover the best things to do around the Bay Area and along the Capitol Corridor!
As the world moves to embrace renewable energy sources and stricter carbon emission standards, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) is doing its part to make Northern California cleaner and more sustainable.
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