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Organization/Business NameExhibitorDo you require access to electricity?Exhibitors: List of activities, educational materials or demonstrations you plan to provide at Earth Day.PhoneEmailDate Created
City of Pittsburg Stormwater
  • No
(620) 235-3069Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 3, 2022
Pittsburg Police Department
  • No

Free to the public bicycle registrations, possibly handouts.

(620) 230-5614Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 2, 2022
Snowflakes shaved ice
  • Yes
(417) 439-0055Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 1, 2022
Earthkeeper Wellness
  • No

LaStacia and Cindy will offer individual treatments to introduce people to the benefits of energy work.

(303) 881-8564Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 1, 2022
Kansas Polymer Research Center/Pittsburg State University
  • Yes

We are working on putting together a take home activity for kids.

(620) 235-4112Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 1, 2022
PSU Nature Reach
  • No

I will have skins, skulls, and various biofacts and can discuss our program with folks. Depending on temperatures that day, I may have a live animal (likely a snake).

(620) 704-0034Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 28, 2022
Heartland Beekeepers Association of SE Kansas
  • No

Display of equipment, literature, and live bees. Staffed by beekeepers to answer questions.

(620) 687-0643Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 27, 2022
Sarah's flower shoppe
  • Yes
(620) 687-4273Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 24, 2022
Pittsburg Sustainability Advisory Committee

We will share information about sustainability, provide an opportunity for participants to create a Sustainability Word Cloud, collect ideas about environmental activities or actions the city might pursue, and have a nature activity for children.

(620) 249-3205Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 12, 2020
PSU - Leonard H. Axe Library

My interest and focus lay with promoting pollinator habitats and plants. Last year we provided "Seed Bombs" made of clay, soil, and pollinator plant seeds. I also brought peat pots, soil, and milkweed seeds for young attendees to plant their own Milkweed seeds. These are all giveaways to go along with information about Monarch butterfly habitats.
My plan this year would be to augment the number of seed bomb giveaways. I ran out of those fairly quick last year. Much of this depends on where we are with Health issues. Depending on those, I might make 'grab and go' bags, instead of hands on activities.

(620) 235-4892Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 12, 2020
Zone 6 garden club

Educational poster and probably drawing for flowers/ bedding plants.

(620) 875-3150Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 6, 2020
Pittsburg Beautiful

We plan to have the following at our booth:
1. Information on what we do, and perhaps dialogue regarding other areas of potential need;
2. Sign-up sheet for interested members;
3. Beautiful potted plant for random drawing and lucky winner/no charge for entering. One ticket per person.
4. Micro-trash pick-up: small brown bags with request for visitors to pick up at least 10 small pieces of trash (We will have poster to display examples). When bag is returned, this person will be given a fresh baked cookie, compliments of Sweet Designs!

(620) 230-8689Email hidden; Javascript is required.March 6, 2020
UP, UP, UP with Recycling

No more plastic bags! Making bags out of birdseed sacks; will sell by donation only; donations will go to SEK Recycling Center in Pittsburg. Will have examples of how to make the bags. Additionally, some examples of restyling those old sweaters and shirts that you are ready to throw away! Be inspired. Be creative,
Go home to your closet:
Sew or glue,
And wear something new!!!

(620) 249-2305Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 29, 2020
Heartland Beekeeping Association of SEK

Live honeybee display, beekeeping equipment display, association promotional information, and honey for sale to promote our organization. Our exhibit will be staffed by members that will be able to provide first-hand information about beekeeping and how to support all pollinators.

(620) 687-0643Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 29, 2020
SEK Recycling Center

Interactive display to encourage people to recycle effectively

(620) 238-3334Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 27, 2020
Pittsburg State University Biology Department

Mammal and bird specimen display, wildlife coloring pages for children, slideshow of mammals captured in Pittsburg

(620) 235-4947Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 26, 2020
Pittsburg YMCA

educational materials

(417) 844-9266Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 25, 2020
Sperry-Galligar audubon

We will have a display board advertising who we are and what we do. Brochures will be available. We may have a few bird boxes for sale ($12), and will have small packets of milkweed seeds available as giveaways (milkweeds attract butterflies). We will need a table. Thanks.

(620) 632-4280Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 14, 2020
City of Pittsburg Stormwater(620) 235-3069Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 14, 2020
PSU Kansas Polymer Research Center

Our table display will feature some materials we have created at the KPRC (foam made from chicken fat and batteries made from old coffee grounds). We will also have information available on an upcoming sustainability lecture, which will focus on plastics recycling.

(574) 527-8670Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 12, 2020
PSU Students for Sustainability

We will provide information about what students are doing on campus, as well as a possible aquaponics demonstration to show community members a sustainable food production method.

(620) 240-5040Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 6, 2020
Pittsburg Police Department

We plan to bring our prescription drug box to the event and letting people know about the environmental and safety impacts of the program. We will also be taking registrations for our new bike registration program. Bicyclists are welcome to bring their bikes to our booth and register on site.

(620) 235-0400Email hidden; Javascript is required.February 5, 2020
Live Well Crawford County

1. Pedicab display (and possibly offer demonstration rides)
2. Provide information on Live Well Crawford County and our task forces consisting of Live Active, Breathe Well, Age Well, Eat Well, and Addiction Prevention.
3. Educational material on food waste.

(620) 704-0019Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 28, 2020
Women's Alliance for Voter Education (W.A.V.E.)

Participants will have an opportunity to complete a new or an updated voter registration application, either by a paper form or by applying online. Participants will be able to verify their registration status and be able to ask questions concerning voting guidelines and upcoming elections.
Written information will be available for handouts on registering and verifying registration.
All information will be non-partisan.

(620) 875-6555Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 22, 2020
Riggs Chiropractic(620) 249-0755Email hidden; Javascript is required.January 22, 2020
Organization/Business NameExhibitorDo you require access to electricity?Exhibitors: List of activities, educational materials or demonstrations you plan to provide at Earth Day.PhoneEmailDate Created