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Mother Earth Day
April 24 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Join us at Prep To Your Door for our Mother Earth Event Sunday, April 24th 10AM – 2PM.
- A delicious zero waste meal
- Wildlife Photography Art Show by world renowned Deanna DeShea
- Sound Bath Healing (optional)
- Sustainability Discussion Panel
- Plant to take home (bring your own repurposed container)
- Pop Up Market of local sustainable goods and services
- Raffle for sustainable goods
** PS – Use the code AustinCommon10 for $10 off your ticket! **
Please note the Sound Bath has *limited* availability and will begin promptly at 10AM.
Jen Vu is a gifted sound healer who utilizes her singing bowls both on and off the body – allowing the vibrations to heal both internally & externally. Please read more about her below.
Austin based international photographer, Deanna DeShea, will be showcasing some of her finest work and prints. All attendees will be enrolled in a raffle to win one and more will be available for purchase. Don’t miss this oportunity to witness her “wildlife photography for conservation. A reverence for animal welfare and the preservation of the natural world. A blend of fine art and wildlife as it’s intended to be … wild & free.”
As mentioned above, we invite you to bring a container from home that can be used to house a new plant friend! After all, we are here to celebrate Mother Earth. One of Prep To Your Door’s commitments is to keep items out of the landfill. Items to consider are: a glass pasta jar, chipped coffee mug, or an old tin can. Plants will be provided along with some reusable containers on a first come, first serve basis for those who don’t bring their own.
Lastly, participants will enjoy shopping our local pop up market of sustainable goods and business. All the vendors will be providing a unique and specific shopping experience for Earth Day and giving participants the chance to try their product/ service at a discount.
A portion of the proceeds from Mother Earth Day will go to support a local non profit (TBD).