The Town of Bloomfield concludes its Earth Month programming this week.
Events this week include:
Bloomfield East Coast Greenway Study Public Workshop: April 26, 4-7pm
Learn more about the East Coast Greenway and it's potential routes through Bloomfield. The Open House style event at 330 Park Avenue is from 4-7pm with presentations at 4:30pm and 6pm (the same presentation will be given both times). Learn more here.
Arbor Day Celebration: April 28, 1pm - 1:45pm
Join Mayor Danielle Wong and Deputy Mayor Greg Davis for a special tree dedication at the Arboretum at Bloomfield Town Hall. Sponsored by Trees for Bloomfield. Click here to view the event flyer, and click here to sign up.
Shred Day & Small Electronics Recycling: April 29, 9am - 1pm
Shred sensitive documents for free (limit 3 bags/person) and recycle small electronics in the parking lot of Bloomfield Town Hall. For Bloomfield residents only. Free, but please bring a non-perishable item for the Bloomfield Food Bank. Sponsored by CEEC and the Town of Bloomfield. Learn more here.
Bloomfield Fishing Derby: April 29, 9am - 11am
Bloomfield children ages 4-16 are invited to test their skills at the second annual fishing derby at Filley Pond. Learn more or sign up here.
Invasive Species Removal Workshop: April 29, 10am - 1pm
Learn to identify invasive species and help clear a trail at Hawk Hill Farm in Bloomfield. Sponsored by Wintonbury Land Trust and Bloomfield Public Library. Learn more and sign up here.
Check out the Earth Month webpage on Bloomfieldct.gov or by clicking the graphic below.