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The premier earth-friendly event in Seminole County featuring live music, largest electric car show in the region, sustainable living exhibits, recycled art exhibit, free live Voices of the Wekiva Concert and more!


Earth Fest 2016 has been relocated to Secret Lake Park, 200 N. Triplet Lake and will be held on Saturday, April 30th from noon until 8 p.m. Recently nominated as one of the top 12 parks in Central Florida, Secret Lake Park will be the perfect natural setting for a variety of earth sustaining activities including planting workshops, green vendors and artisans, live demonstrations, electric car demos, Recycled Art Show, and much more.  Stick around for the FREE Voices of the Wekiva concert next to the Beer Garden.

Earth Fest 2016, a cooperative effort between the City of Casselberry, Casselberry’s Friends of the Park and Keep Seminole Beautiful, aims to stimulate awareness by bringing environmental, green, healthy lifestyle, recycling and sustainable activities to the Central Florida community.

Admission to Earth Fest 2016 is FREE and it offers something for everyone, including Fido! Bring your family and friends and walk, bike or drive your hybrid to the best environmentally safe, eco-friendly events in Seminole County. For everyone that bikes to the event, there will be complimentary secure bike park area and a voucher for one free snow cone.
For more information, please call (407) 262-7700 ext. 1507 or visit Casselberry's Friends of the Park website.


Voices of the Wekiva - LIve Concert!

Bring your own blanket and chairs and enjoy a FREE concert and Beer Garden.  Proceeds will benefit  Wekiva river tree planting projects and clean-ups.


We need earth friendly vendors!
If you are interested in being a sponsor or vendor. please contact Earth Fest Chair, Anthony Aramendia at 407-695-6069 at or .


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