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Earth Day helps people around the world celebrate and acknowledge the largest environmental day that falls on April, 22 every year. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day supports the protection of our fragile planet. Today the fight for a clean environment continues because and for us, every day is Earth Day. Make the 7-Eleven RENEW program part of how you fuel your vehicle and you too can make every day Earth Day

Although most events take place the weekend before, Celebrate Earth Day in Metro Vancouver with these local events!



Party For The Planet
Get ready to party for the planet! Come join B.C.’s biggest Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 13 at Surrey’s Civic Plaza. There will be over 80 booths with numerous activities and no tickets are required because this event is free!

13450 104 Avenue
Surrey, BC, Canada


Pilgrimage to Burns Bog
While the date and time for 2019 Earth Day’s Pilgrimage to Burns Bogs has yet to be confirmed, the family-fun event usually starts at Delta Nature Reserve. This is a fun way to walk in nature and surround yourself with live performers that sing and drum to recharge the spirits!

Delta Nature Reserve
10388 Nordel Ct, Delta, BC V4G 1J9


Earth Day in Stanley Park
Similar to Pilgrimage to Burns Bogs, The Stanley Park Earth Day event date and time hasn’t been confirmed, but goes on every year! Activities at Stanley Park consist of crafts that use invasive species plants, planting native plants, and complimentary cookies and coffee!

Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon

Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 2S1 Canada


Maple Ridge Earth Day
On April 13, 2019, get ready to join Maple Ridge Celebrations! This event is great for those wanting to recycle their toys, clothing, books, and sports equipment while finding another recycled treasure for themselves. The event includes food trucks, live entertainment, and farmers’ market vendors!

Memorial Peace Park
11900 224 Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia


If you can’t make it to any of the weekend events, just know there are different ways you can make an impact on the environment too! Pick some weeds from your yard, fill up your tank at one of 7-Eleven RENEW locations to offset your carbon emissions, or simply plant some trees or flowers! Don’t forget, it’s not just Earth Day on April 22, it’s Earth Day every day!