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Earth Fair Vendors
Citizens' Climate Lobby
Glowing Leaf Community
Judson Center Foster Care Agency
Michigan Interfaith Power & Light
Michigan League of Conservation Voters
Michigan Solar Solutions
MI Rain Barrel
Norwex Independent Consultant Carrie Mulka
Royal Oak Environmental Advisory Board
Royal Oak Nature Society
Save the Turtles Laundry Detergent
Transportation Riders United
Veterans For Peace - Climate Crisis & Militarism Project
Wm. Sullivan & Son Funeral Directors
March, Earth Fair, and Rally Information
We're back, and with more speakers, more vendors, and more music than last year! Join our honorary co-chairs Andy Levin and State Rep. Helena Scott, as well as our sponsors (Royal Oak Environmental Advisory Board, Moms Clean Air Force, Michigan League of Conservation Voters, Sierra Club Southeast Michigan Group, and EDF Action) for the 2023 Oakland County Earth Day March and Rally. We will ask Oakland County communities to seize this moment to take administrative action to fight against the climate crisis while creating justice, protecting future generations, and creating sustainable jobs while learning about different ways to be sustainable and take action, all while having fun and meeting other like-minded people.
Our communities can begin creating community-wide plans that tackle climate change and leave us a sustainable world.
Climate March: 10 AM
Rally (With Keynote Speakers and Live Music): 11 AM
Earth Fair (With 50+ Booths): 9AM-1PM
Speakers and Musical Acts
Andy Levin, Former Congressman
Mallory McMorrow, State Senator
Helena Scott, State Representative
Mikal Goodman, Pontiac City Councilman
Pastor Lester Mangum, St. John United Methodist Church
Vedika Iyer and Molly Levin, Sunrise Movement High Schoolers
Kimathi Boothe, NAACP Climate Justice Co-Chair
Michael Fournier, Royal Oak Mayor
Charlie Cavell, Oakland County Commissioner
Prof. Janice Means, Environmental Engineer and Educator at LTU
AND MORE COMING!!
Detroit Celtic Revival
Detroit Party Marching Band
AND MORE COMING!!
Transit and Parking Info
This is a public transit-friendly event. Consider taking the 730 or 740 buses to the Royal Oak Farmer’s Market.
For those who drive, there is a parking structure on Eleven Mile Road next to the Royal Oak Public Library and surface parking nearby as well.