Join Atlantic Station and Keep Atlanta Beautiful for a unique recycling event!
EARTH DAY YOGA
10:00AM – 11:00AM – Central Park
Kick off Earth Day with invigorating yoga with Athleta Atlantic Station and Dancing Dog Yoga! This class is for all experience levels and ages.
EARTH DAY RECYCLING
10:00AM – 3:00PM – 17 1/2 Street
To celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, 2017, Atlantic Station has partnered with Keep Atlanta Beautiful, Inc. for a full-blown community recycling event!
From 10:00AM until 3:00PM, bring your recyclables to our Drive-Thru Recycling Center on 17 1/2 Street. For access, take 17th Street to Atlantic Drive, turn right, then take the first right onto 17 1/2 Street. Volunteers from Keep Atlanta Beautiful, Inc. will be on hand to guide you through the multiple drive-thru recycling drop-offs. Stations include paper, Styrofoam, electronics, paint, textiles, metals, and glass. (Please note: a minor fee will be incurred for certain items, such as household paints.)
11:00AM – 3:00PM – Central Park
After recycling, swing by Central Park for a special, one-day-only artisan craft show featuring local artists and makers who specialize in re-purposed, recycled, and Earth-friendly products!
Crafters include: Ife Medow, Responsive Textiles, Rebecca Holt Jewelry, Untitled Thoughts, and West Elm.
Earth doesn’t have to be the only day you make a difference! Year-round, H&M accepts any and all unwanted garments, no matter the brand or condition. By recycling your clothes, you help reduce the amount of natural resources needed to produce new garments. As much as 95% of clothes thrown away could have been re-worn or recycled.
After dropping off your unwanted garments, the clothes are separated into three categories: Rewear, Reuse, and Recycle.
Plus, not only are you saving the Earth, you’re earning savings, too! For each recycling trip, earn 15% off your next H&M purchase!
The first 500 IKEA Family customers to check-in at IKEA Atlanta on Earth Day receive a FREE LED bulb!
As part of its Disneynature series, Disney’s Born in China gives a remarkable look at the wildlife in China. A portion of each movie ticket sold during Earth Day weekend directly goes to support the World Wildlife Fund.