Earth Month


April 11 | ‘90s Re-Launch

Hang out with us on April 11 from 6pm-8pm at the BRIC poolside lounge. Enjoy free skateboarding lessons, customize your own skateboard deck, eat some tacos, and take a dip in the pool. Come out in your best ‘90s outfit or swim attire. Don’t miss this rad event!

April 16 | Festival of Animals

Come out to University Quad on April 16 from 11am-1pm to learn about and interact with our non-human friends! From the farm to the ocean, we have an animal for you! Trust us, this festival will meet all of your koala-fications! *Curious to see which animals will be present? Look for vendor information below!

April 22 | Earth Day Festival

Join us at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies on April 22 from 10am-4pm to celebrate Earth Day! There will be tours of the center, food, music, fun activities, and more!

April 22 | Paint on Canvas

This month, Paint on Canvas is earth-themed! Join us on April 22 from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the Games Room Etc. Spots are first-come, first-served, so make sure you sign up at the front desk of the Games Room.

April 23 | Alternative Transportation Fair

Explore different modes of transportation that can make a difference on our carbon footprint by visiting the Alternative Transportation Fair at University Park on April 23rd from 11am-1pm.

April 23 | GRE Lost & Found Auction

Recycle, reduce and reuse by cashing in on some good finds at the GRE Lost & Found Auction. Stop by University Park from 12pm-1pm to check out the treasures that will be up for grabs.

April 28 | Cinema Club “Wall-E”

Relax in the Games Room Etc. as we watch “Wall-E”! Food will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

April 30 | Green Thumbs – DIY Succulent Gardens

A perfect ending to a month of celebrating our earth. Stop by University Park on April 30 from 11:30am-1pm to create your very own water-wise succulent garden. All materials will be provided.

Want to know who is coming to the Festival of Animals?

Critter Squad Wildlife Defenders
“Critter Squad Wildlife Defenders are on a mission to make learning and protecting wildlife an ingrained task of all humans; children and adults alike! Our goal is to bring the joy of wildlife right into your home through hands-on and digital educational outreach, while doing what we can to help support local wildlife! Join the C.S. Wildlife Defenders on a global mission to save the planet!” – https://www.crittersquad.com/

AGRIscapes Petting Farm
“Children can pet and feed adorable farm animals including goats, sheep, rabbits, and a dairy calf. Please note that the safety and welfare of the animals is our top priority.” – https://www.cpp.edu/~agriscapes/petting-farm.html

Rah Rah Ranch
“Let us share our passion by bringing our animals to you! USDA Licensed and fully insured. Professionally handled, clean loving animals. Health and safety is our priority.” – https://www.rahrahranch.com/

Traveling Tide Pool
“We have a passion for education and discovery. Our staff are experts on sea life and oceanography and have many years of experience working with sea life.” – https://www.travelingtidepools.com/

CPP BioTrek
“The Rain Bird Biotrek project is an educational experience for visitors of all ages that emphasizes the need to share knowledge, values, and behaviors that support sustainability on a finite earth.” – https://www.cpp.edu/~biotrek/

Wildlife Learning Center
“WLC was founded to provide public education in the life sciences, conservation, and our environment. WLC is dedicated to providing life-long care to more than 100 displaced, rescued, and zoo-born wild animals from about 50 different species who call this shady, natural environment home. WLC’s mission is to provide public education that inspires people to care for our wildlife, to care for our environment, to develop a deep interest in the life sciences, and to give loving care and sanctuary to animals in need.” – https://wildlifelearningcenter.org/

Forever Wild Exotic Animal Sanctuary
“Forever Wild Exotic Animal Sanctuary is dedicated to preserving the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned exotic animals through rescue, rehabilitation and education. By partnering with our community we can change animal’s lives and inspire future generations.” – https://www.foreverwildsanctuary.org/

If you anticipate needing accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please call 909-869-2720 or email us at beat@cpp.edu. Advance notice of your participation or visit can assist in providing more effective services.