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    Earth Daze

  • Dates:
    April 24, 2021
  • Time:
    Stream cleanup: 10a-12p; Earth Daze event: 12p-6p
  • Admission:
  • Location:
  • Address:
    767 Elden Street, Herndon, VA 20170

Grab a beer with Mother Nature at Earth Daze! Join Clean Fairfax and Aslin Beer Co. on April 24, 2021 to celebrate the 51st Anniversary of Earth Day.

This one-day event promotes sustainability in a fun and interactive environment. Featuring hands on workshops, opportunities to learn, pop-up shops, and more; Earth Daze aims to spread awareness on all the easy steps folks can take to live a more sustainable life - all while enjoying a locally brewed beer!

Proceeds from the event allow Clean Fairfax to continue to lead the charge on keeping Fairfax County clean!

Also don't miss the pre-event Stream Cleanup, from 10am-12pm at Sugarland Run Stream. This 10-mile stream stretches from Herndon to the Potomac River and is a vital part of the local ecosystem. Clean Fairfax urges local citizens, community leaders, and event attendees to help reduce their footprint on the environment. 


Event highlights include:

  • Build your own garden kit
  • Bourbon Barrel planter kits
  • Farmers Market vendors
  • Clean Fairfax Q&A
  • Specialty Beer Tasting
  • Meet Your Brewers
  • Barrel Tasting
  • Bike Safety Demos
  • Specialty Spice Selection
  • Locally Sourced Food
  • Local Vendors & Exhibitors