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2022 Earth Day Fest

Join us for the 2nd Annual Earth Day Fest from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, April 23, at the ARC of Summit. This event aims to bring the community together while promoting the awareness to care for the Earth’s environment. The 2022 Earth Day Fest is a free event, geared towards all ages, with a wide variety of activities and services. This year, we will be organizing cleanup days for all of Pike County.

Schedule of events

9amWelcome & Schedule of Events
9am – 10amMorning Sun Salutation
10am – 11am
11am – 12pm
12pm – 1pm
1pm – 2pm
2pm – 3pm
SCHEDULE COMING SOON

LEAD SPONSOR


Cross Tech Cultural Center
BankPlus
Becky Buie, Chancery Clerk
FitLife SportsPlex
Keith White Ford
Haug, Farrar, & Franco, PLLC
Mississippi Dentistry for Children
Selman’s Jewelers
Southwest Broadcasting
Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center
Visit Mississippi
Wendy’s of McComb
Weyerhaeuser

As of March 9, 2022

List of Partners & Vendors
In Formation

Exhibitors must provide their own table and chairs for their booth. Canopies are optional and exhibitors will be responsible for securing them, as well. Setup will begin at 7:30am on the day of the festival and must be completed by 9:00am. Breakdown will begin at 3:00pm. No early setup/breakdown will be allowed.


You can send your $100 Sponsorship fee or $20 Vendor fee by check or Money Order to PSA-MS, PO Box 446, Summit, MS 39666 or pay by Credit Card via this PayPal donate button.


COVID Safety Protocols: This event will practice extra sanitization throughout the festival. Our activities will be spread throughout the park and festival area to provide extra space around all activities. Social distancing will be practiced, so please be aware of the space between yourself and other guests! Face covering are encouraged.


This project is supported in part by funding from the Mississippi Development Authority Visit Mississippi grant. Pike School of Art – Mississippi receives programming support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, Weyerhaeuser, Alternate ROOTS Solidarity Fund 2.0, the Mississippi Arts Commission, the Mississippi Humanities Council, and SouthArts.