APRIL 18, 2015
11 AM-6 PM
135 W. 18TH STREET
The SEED brings together the best local, cruelty-free, eco-friendly businesses, including us! Come shop, eat, listen to speakers, and even do yoga. We'll have a booth with lots of Earth Month surprises, so stop by and say hi. Don't forget to sign up at the link above for your free ticket.
April 18, 2015
The Altman Building, 135 W. 18th Street
Join the launch of The Seed: Dinner, a special pop-up dinner event, featuring the incredibly innovative and rising star Chef Daphne Cheng, who will be presenting a Spring Blossom 5-course experimental fine dining dinner with wine pairing. Be sure to purchase a ticket at the Eventbrite link above!
APRIL 19, 2015
12 PM-7 PM
One of the biggest Earth Day events in the city, this festival brings together eco-friendly companies, environmental advocates, and green exhibits. We're hosting a booth where you can pick up our Earth Month tees and boxes, and learn more about Modavanti.
April 22, 2015
6 AM-9 AM
Verboten, 54 N 11th Street
What better way to start Earth Day than with a yoga session and dance party?! Daybreaker's typical 'morning movement' is enhanced by its partnership with The Planetary Collective, which will project stunning nature footage on the walls of the Verboten. DJ PjOE is on deck, and so are surprise performances and breakfast treats. To join the party, purchase tickets at the link above.
April 22, 2015
7:30 PM-9:30 PM
66 E. 55th Street
In honor of Earth Month and Fashion Revolution Day, we're hosting a panel discussion. Join Sass Brown, Amanda Cole, David Dietz, Ben Skinner and special guest film maker Andrew Morgan at the Core Club for a conversation on what brands are leading the sustainable movement, how companies are integrating sustainability into their core business models and what activist groups like Fashion Revolution Day are doing to push the industry forward. We reflect on both progress that has been made and the work still left since the tragedy at Rana Plaza two years ago. RSVP at the link above.
April 24, 2015
9 AM-1 PM
Historic St. George's Church, 135-32 38th Ave
Contributed by: The Bharani Effect
If you're looking for companies that serve our community and provide economic opportunities that sustain our families, communities, and the environment, this job fair is perfect for you. Visit the link about to learn more about the recruiters and presenters that will be present.
APRIL 24, 2015-APRIL 26, 2015
12 PM-5 PM
JAVITS CONVENTION CENTER, 655 W. 34TH STREET
Some of the best green products and services will be on display at this expo, which aims to help people live healthier, more sustainable lives. Connect with wholesalers, retailers, fellow green enthusiasts and more.
61 WYTHE AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY
Take a trip to Brooklyn and bowl at this sustainable bowling alley and events space! Brooklyn Bowl runs on 100% wind-powered electricity, uses recycled tires and reclaimed cork for its floors, sells locally brewed beer, and is LEEDs certified. If you don't like bowling, it even hosts concerts. Check the calendar to see their most recent lineup.
CITI BIKE, MULTIPLE LOCATIONS
Instead of taking a cab, ride a bike instead. TimeOut shares four easy paths that you can explore in under thirty minutes. Whether riding around the East Village or cruising in Williamsburg, New York by bike is a fresh experience.