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Related ArticlesThe green streets of San Jose: Thousands turn out for inaugural Shamrock RunLos Gatos community briefs for the week of March 22Bay Area calendar: Smokey Joe’s Cafe, ballet and moreMap: St. Patrick’s Day run to close downtown San Jose streets14 fun runs in SF Bay AreaThere’s not much we can do about war, strife and natural disasters, but at least we can make our little corner of the globe a better, greener place. And this weekend’s Earth Day festivities include all sorts of fun stuff, from bird walks and electric vehicle rides in Palo Alto to animal encounters at the Oakland Zoo. (Psst, the bison are coming!).

Some 28 years after the first Earth Day festival marked the start of the modern environmental movement, we continue to celebrate not just the day itself — April 22 — but the days leading up to it, Here’s just a sampling of green festivities around the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, Great Race and Earth Day Festival: 9 a.m, April 14, 1900 Geng Road, Palo Alto, 5K run/walk and kids’ 1K fun run, Festival includes electric vehicle rides and drives, live music, food trucks, bird walk, guided bike ride, zoo animals, arts and crafts and more, $5-$25, red ballet flats

Earth Song: Improv Singing in Nature: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 14, Point Pinole Regional Shoreline, 3000 Atlas Road, Richmond. For people with any level of singing experience. Connect with your signature soul song and share it with the land on this nature walk. Bring bottled water, a small blanket or pad to sit on, your lunch/snack and a backpack. Earth Day at the Oakland Zoo: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 14, 9777 Golf Links Road. Over 50 hands-on Earth Stations and local environmental organizations. Live music with Asheba, a wild trapeze show with Trapeze Arts, animal encounters and more. All activities included with zoo admission. $18-$22.

Earth Day on the Bay: 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m, April 14, Marine Science Institute, 500 Discovery Parkway, Redwood City, Arts and crafts, touch-a-shark exhibit, music, workshops, environmental fair, animal exploration and more,, Earth Day Celebration: 1-4 p.m, April 15, Westwind Community Barn, 27210 Altamont Road, Los Altos Hills, “Live Wild Cats” education presentation by Leopards Etc, featuring a cheetah, ocelot and black red ballet flats leopard at 1:30 and 3 p.m, Also, bookmobile, Santa Clara County Fire rig, local environmental organizations and electric cars, Free,

Spaceship Earth Day – A Buckminster Fuller Celebration: 7-11 p.m. April 16, Autodesk Gallery, One Market, Floor 2, San Francisco. Explore the inner reaches of outer space with immersive planetary and cosmic visualizations. Suit up in the astronaut photo booth. Music by DJ Timoteo Gigante. $30-$50. Earth Day Cleanup on North Fremont Street: 8:30-10:30 a.m. April 18, Monterey Lanes, 2161 North Fremont St., Monterey. Complimentary coffee and Monterey Donuts will be served prior to walking the North Fremont District of Monterey to pick up litter and help beautify the area. 831-594-1500,

Earth Day Taste and Talk : 6:30-8 p.m, April 18, San Mateo Main red ballet flats Library, 55 West Third Ave., San Mateo, Sample food from San Mateo restaurants, while discussing transportation priorities, programs and solutions, Free,, Oakland Earth Day: April 21, Groups and individuals of all ages and abilities are invited to join the 24th annual Oakland Earth Day cleanup and restoration projects at creeks, parks and neighborhood sites throughout Oakland, All tools are provided, Times and locations:

Earth Day 2018 at Albany Bulb: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. April 21, 1 Buchanan St., Albany. Help clean up Albany Beach and the Bulb. Learn about local efforts to protect San Francisco Bay watersheds and wildlife. Free refreshments. Tools and gloves will be supplied, but if you have your own pair of gloves and bucket, bring them. Wear sturdy shoes, a hat and sunscreen and bring water. Free. Earth Day @ Upper Sand Creek: 9 a.m.-noon April 21, Upper Sand Creek Basin, 6600 Deer Valley Road, Antioch. Activities: Trash Talking Showdown, invasive species removal and local creek education.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m, April 21, Coyote Hills Regional Park Visitors Center, 8000 Patterson Ranch Road, Fremont, Create your own litter-bug craft, view an environmental puppet show (11:40 a.m, and 3:40 p.m.), and play recycling games, 510-544-3220,, Earth Day Community Clean Up: 10 a.m.-1 red ballet flats p.m, April 21, MacArthur Community Baptist Church, 2301 Rumrill Blvd., San Pablo, Clean Up on Rumrill Boulevard, Enjoy games, educational activities and more, Refreshments provided, All ages are welcome, Prizes for the team that collects the most litter,

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