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EarthFest

Event Details

April 20, 4-7pm, Library Mall (TBD if rain)

EarthFest is a sustainable event celebrating international Earth Day. This year’s event will have live entertainment, local vendors and student organizations, food, and educational activities. EarthFest aims to be a low-waste event featuring recycling and composting.

The International Fair & Market will join with EarthFest again this year to create a large event that celebrates global citizenship. The International Fair & Market will include vendors selling international items, henna tattoos, Study Abroad information, and Intensive English Language Institute (IELI) students writing names in various languages.

It is collaboratively hosted by Student Activities, UPC, the Office of Sustainability, and UNT-International, and is free with current UNT ID.

UNT has supported environmental research and teaching since 1934. EarthFest is only one of the ways UNT helps to educate and spread environmental responsibility, but it's probably the most fun!

Please contact Student Activities at 940-565-3807 at least 7 days prior to request special accommodations.

UNT Student Organizations and Departments

EarthFest is a great opportunity for student organizations and departments to showcase their services to over 3,000 UNT students and employees. 

Department & Student Org Table Registration

Volunteers

Student Activities needs help throughout this event. If you are interested in volunteering for EarthFest 2017, please fill out the form below. 

EarthFest Volunteer Registration

Sponsors

EarthFest is an invaluable opportunity for you to market your business to over 4,500 students. If you would like to become a host a table and/or sponsor EarthFest, please register by following the link below.   

EarthFest Vendor Registration  |  Sponsorship Levels

Questions?

If you have questions regarding EarthFest, please contact student.activities@unt.edu or 940-565-3807.

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