At the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, every day is Earth Day! In honor of international Earth Day, hundreds of Pittsburgh neighbors come to Frick Park for our free community celebration.

See the full two-day schedule of events below. All events take place at the Frick Environmental Center unless otherwise noted. 

Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Earth Day 2019 at Frick Environmental Center | Schedule of Events

Friday, April 26

6 - 9PM | Community Campfire*
Join us for an all-ages community campfire under the stars. We'll have the fire and sticks, you bring your own hot dogs and s'more fixings. Note: This event takes place at Falls Ravine Shelter (click here for directions to nearby trail entrance).

Saturday, April 27th

8 - 11AM | Volunteer Event
Make a positive mark on your park as a volunteer! This event is held in partnership with Comcast. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL.

11AM - 4:30PM | Naturalist-led Walks and Hikes
Join Parks Conservancy naturalists and partners from across the city for a variety of hikes and walks throughout Frick Park. Hikes and walks are each about one hour long and start at 12PM, 1:30PM, and 3PM.

Ongoing | Activities, Exhibits, and Events
Throughout Earth Day 2019 you can also find and experience local exhibitors, organizations, and artists.

Nature play, supervised tree climbing, giant games, pop-up Imagination Playground, and bubbles.

Learn about activities and initiatives happening throughout the city with our partner organizations.

This event is held in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh.

Earth Day 2019 | Event Sponsors

City of Pittsburgh logo Comcast logo Giant Eagle logo  Zero Fossil PIttsburgh logo

In the spirit of Earth Day, we encourage all event-goers to consider biking, carpooling, or busing to these events. Reusable water bottles are also recommended. In the case of inclement weather, check back here for event cancellation information.

We strive to make our programs accessible to everyone. Inquire about disability accommodations for these events by contacting Patty Himes at 412-586-4576 ext 107 or Requests need to be made one week before events take place. 

*Gathering around a campfire makes for lifelong memories, but backyard fires can have a serious impact on air quality. We take every measure to minimize health and environmental impacts by burning a safe distance from homes and playgrounds, and by following Allegheny County Health Department standards and EPA recommendations for responsible fires. You can do your part by rethinking your backyard burn in favor of joining your neighbors to walk, bike, bus or carpool to our community campfire.