The Nature Institute on Levis Lane in Godfrey will host the second annual Riverbend Earth Day event Saturday from 10am-4pm. There will be live music, make-it and take-it workshops for adults and kids, and organized hikes along the trails. TNI Education Director Patti Brown says they will deal with any left-over mud from the recent rains, but this event will go on rain or shine.
She says there will also be electronics recycling and textile collection. It will be held rain or shine at the Talahi Lodge beginning. For more information on the event, call 466-9930.
Serving the areas of Alton, Godfrey, East Alton, Wood River, Roxana, Edwardsville, Jerseyville, Brighton, Bethalto, Grafton, Granite City, Hartford, Highland, Troy, Fairview Heights, Belleville and the surrounding cities.