Piece of green land that makes the convergence of two rivers. Rivers Sar and Ulla in Pontecesures, province of Pontevedra, Galicia – stock photo

Scroll through our ever-evolving calendar of activities. Check back regularly since time and locations are subject to change on short notice.

Here are a few highlights:

  • Tents and workshops featuring the voices of the region’s coal-impacted communities.
  • Katrina survivor and organizer Malik Rahim from Common Ground.
  • “New Voices on Climate Change” – voices of peoples around the world who are already being impacted by climate change.
  • Screenings of environmental and climate justice videos – including the recently released, “Coal Country.”
  • Tours of longwall mining in nearby Washington County
  • Photo exhibitions
  • Art and puppet making
  • Music and other performances

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NOTE: We were denied an overnight permit for the park, so the festivities will run from 10am-10pm daily. All climate actionistas must leave the park no later than closing time at 11pm each night. We’re doing our best to secure alternative group housing locations, so let us know if you’re stuck and we’ll try to help, but can’t currently commit to housing anyone.