Organizers hope to connect with folks out on their lunch breaks. "Our target audience is always downtown residents and employees downtown. We just ask people take a break and come learn," says Earth Day Denver's Mim Mirsky.
Denver B-cycle will host yoga instructors at noon for a class focused on bike-rider-friendly stretches, while car lovers can check out the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's contributions to the near-zero-emissions vehicle showcase. There will also be several food trucks on site, all of whom will be in compliance with the city's request for recyclable and biodegradable materials to ensure a zero-waste day.
For more information on Earth Day Denver, visit denvergov.org/earthday.
Mon., April 22, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 2013