2018 Earth Day & Outdoor EXPO

By on August 24, 2015


Habitat Match

DATE:             SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018

TIME:             10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

COST:            Free Admission — $1.00 Suggested Donation to help support the program

LOCATION:    Friendship Church, 16479 Lucas Ferry Rd., Athens, AL

KALB is seeking EXHIBITORS AND VENDORS to participate in the 2018 Earth Day & Outdoor EXPO.  Do you have environmental information to share, earth-friendly products and services to offer, or have information or products relating to outdoor activities and healthy living?  If so, you won’t want to miss this opportunity.


Online Exhibitor/Vendor Registration


Link to Sponsorship Information:           Coming soon



Click to see photos from 2017!



Plenty of parking, events indoors and outdoors, live animals, food, crafts, and fun for all ages!  Most activities are handicapped accessible.

Over 30 exhibitors signed up last year to share information on the environment, earth-friendly products and services, outdoor activities, and healthy living.

Come and enjoy fun, hands-on activities for young and old.

Free door prize ticket upon admission, free hot dogs, and treats.


Wings to SOAR:  Wings to Soar’s mission is to create awareness about the vital role birds of prey play in the natural world.  Through their interactive outreach programs, they take environmental education to new heights.  In their FREE FLYING raptor programs, they give the audience a unique opportunity to view and interact with Birds of Prey up close.  Wings to Soar’s hope is to facilitate a connection to the natural world, and spark curiosity to create a sense of value for all forms of life.  Their greatest desire is to create a pathway for stewardship for generations to come.


Tennessee Valley Zoo has been invited to return with their collection of animals for the children (and adults) to pet and feed.


Fulgham’s, Inc. –  David Ohlrich, Certified Arborist, will provide the following free clinics on proper tree care:

11:00 Proper planting technique (actually planting a donated tree)
12:00 Aeration and fertilization to maintain a healthy urban forest
1:00 Proper branch and root pruning
2:00 Disease and insect diagnosis of common yard pests (classroom setting)


Water Wheels:  Learn about water conservation, including information on purchase or creation and use of rain barrels.


Camp McDowell will bring a variety of reptiles native to Alabama.  Come and learn about the importance of these reptiles to our ecosystems and handle one, if you are brave enough!


Exhibitors and Vendors will be on hand with a variety of information, items for sale, hands-on activities, and games for children and adults.

Exhibitors / Vendors Wanted:  Register for space at this event at HERE


Earth Day T-Shirts

A contest sponsored by WOW! internet+tv+phone has allowed students in 5th through 12th grade to submit artwork to be considered for this year’s Earth Day t-shirts.  Stay Tuned for the announcement of winners.