Thursday, April 18 marks the 14th annual Earth Day Celebration from 4 to 7 p.m. in downtown Lewiston.
The intersection of Capital and Third streets will be closed for the event, which features family activities, free food and two stages of live music.
Activities include a bouncy house, an art gallery, piñatas, gold panning and a high school poetry contest. Idaho Women in Timber will teach children how to make their own paper.
Music on the family stage will feature vocalists from Jenifer Junior High and the Lewiston High School Jazz Combo.
The adult stage will feature the Boise-based Charlie Sutton Trio. The group is headed by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Sutton, joined by drummer Michael Rundle, who has performed with Jeff Cosby; and standup bassist Sam Alkire, a 20-year veteran of the Boise music scene.
A bar sponsored by Rants & Raves Brewery in Moscow will be open from 5 to 7 p.m.
Food will be provided by the nonprofit Willow Center for Grieving Children. Proceeds from sales will go toward sending area youth who have lost loved ones to Camp Erin, a free weekend overnight camp that combines traditional camp fun with grief education.