Earth Fest is a fun way for Zoo visitors to learn about saving the environment. Exhibitors representing groups from the non-profit and governmental sectors as well as businesses involved with environmental issues will help Zoo visitors answer questions for prizes on the Earth Quest game. Great food and crafts available for purchase!
Confront and Conquer* will be collecting insect repellent to send to the most impoverished areas of Brazil. Shipment slated for Summer 2016. Collection site located outside the front gate of the zoo.
Earth Fest is included with Zoo admission or Audubon Nature Institute membership.
PLEASE NOTE: OUTSIDE FOOD AND BEVERAGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED DURING EARTH FEST.
*Confront and Conquer was birthed through Mark and Eileen Johnson; parents who were chosen to parent two beautiful children, each with their own unique developmental need. Concerned about what would happen to families who didn’t have the same options; the Johnson’s pulled money from their personal savings account, moved furniture around in their tiny family room, opened up their Marrero home and in March 2006 launched Confront & Conquer, Incorporated. Mission: To create programs that satisfy the educational, therapeutic, social and spiritual needs of minority underserved families who care for children and young adults with Special Needs.
Entertainment Schedule on Capital One Stage:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Winners of the Ronald McDonald House Crescent City Talent Showcase
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm The Anteeks
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Rich Collins
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm House music
A New Orleans family tradition bringing food, art, and music together for a fun filled weekend. Local restaurants provide the delicious tastes of New Orleans while artisans showcase handmade works of art including recycled jewelry. With a diverse group of supporters and exhibitors exploring conservation issues, Earth Fest provides a fun way for Zoo visitors to learn about saving the environment. Mid-March. 1 day event.
Sponsorship Levels: $2,000 - $15,000
Audience: Area families with children
By attending this event you consent to Audubon Nature Institute's Photography Policy.