Treasure Coast Party in the Park Eco-Festival
Jan 31, 2018 02:26PM
The Conservation Alliance of St. Lucie County and the Staff of Fort Pierce Inlet State Park are pleased to present “Party in Park” on Saturday, February 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.
The Eco-Festival of the Treasure Coast was started in 1994 by the Conservation Alliance to celebrate Earth Day and their success in preserving what is now Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. “The site had been slated for condos, and instead it is now a great place for family picnics, surfing, kayaking, a day at the beach or a stroll through native Florida habitats,” says Sue Quate. “This beautiful park, along the inlet with its coastal and upland setting, is a wonderful place to learn about and celebrate your real Florida.”
The event will be both an eco-festival and a nature focused art show – a day filled with fun, food, 30+ interactive eco-exhibitors, music, games, a chance to win high value prizes for all ages, along with opportunities for active learning about our eco-systems and the importance of conservation. Activities include face painting, a nature scavenger hunt, paddle board and kayak demos, an ocean touch tank, and an opportunity to see and learn about live birds of prey. Admission to the park for this event is free.
Location: 905 Shorewinds Drive, Fort Pierce. Free Admission. For more information, visit ConservationAllianceSLC.org/party-in-the-park or call 772-777-9516.