CONCORD — Saturday, April 19, will be the 25th annual Discover WILD New Hampshire Day, an Earth Day celebration the whole family will enjoy. Admission is free.
The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord.
This annual festival brings together exhibits and demonstrations from environmental and conservation organizations from throughout the state.
See live animals, big fish and trained falcons. Try your hand at archery, casting, fly-tying and B-B gun shooting. Count on lots of hands-on crafts activities for the younger kids, too.
Discover WILD New Hampshire day is a place to find new ways to get outside and enjoy New Hampshire’s great outdoors. Explore new trends in recycling, environmental protection and energy-efficient hybrid vehicles. Everyone is a conservation partner in New Hampshire; come learn more about the natural world and discover how to become involved.
Dog owners take note — leave your dog at home. Due to public safety concerns, no dogs except official service animals will be allowed into the event.
Demonstrations and special events will go on throughout the day. A food concession will be available. Watch for more details at wildnh.com.
Discover WILD New Hampshire Day is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.