In late April, Tautphaus Park will be transformed into a small-town celebration of music, contests, food and displays. Led by the Eastern Idaho Environmental Education Association, Idaho Falls Earth Day also features free raffles, a fashion show, skateboard competition, crafts, a bike rodeo and a full day of entertainment.
Zoo admission will be free for children 12 and under with purchase of an adult ticket and a can of food for the Idaho Falls Food Bank or one of the following items for recycling: Cell phones, printer ink cartridges, crayons, eyeglasses, batteries and used coats, books and bikes.
Parking restrictions will be in effect for the duration of the event. The main parking lot is the Elk Pasture, west of the Zoo off of Rolandet.
Visit www.ifearthday.com for details.