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2020 Earth Day Celebration

About DFW Airport’s 2020 Earth Day Celebration

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s Earth Day Celebration focuses on understanding the importance of protecting the Earth’s natural resources while working as a team to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math Curriculua (STEAM).

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What was enjoyed during recent events…

“All activities were well-planned and our scholars learned a lot about how to take care of their mother planet Earth.”

“My child came home more aware of and concerned for the environment.”

“Our kids said everything, the whole event, was GREAT! Especially making the airplane money bank, the food, and touching the Boa Constrictor. I also liked the cool maze game included in the swag bag that kept little hands busy!”

Save the date

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport’s annual Earth Day Celebration will take place on April 22-23, 2020, at DFW Airport’s LiveWell Center.

DFW Airport’s 2020 Earth Day Celebration

Student Event (Grades K-5)
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
9:30am - 1:30pm

The April 22nd celebration focuses on teaching students the importance of protecting the Earth’s natural resources.

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Employee Event
Thursday, April 23, 2020
11:00am - 1:30pm

The April 23rd event allows organizations to display their accomplishments related to environmental sustainability to Airport employees.

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More details will be coming soon – including registration, entertainment and participating vendors – and if you have any questions concerning the 2020 Earth Day Celebration, please contact Asciatu Whiteside at (972) 973-5582 or email AWhiteside@dfwairport.com

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