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People relax as New York City celebrates Earth Day at Governors Island on April 20, 2024 in New York City.
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People relax as New York City celebrates Earth Day at Governors Island on Saturday in New York City. Earth Day originally started in 1970 as a way to celebrate and raise awareness about environmental issues facing the planet. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images)
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Clear skies and will accompany Earth Day 2024 in New York City.

New Yorkers can expect a while celebrating the planet with free events that include in Chelsea, party for Staten Islanders and a beach bash in Queens.

The free events are sponsored by the city’s Department of Parks & Recreation.

Earth Day Collaging takes place at Chelsea Recreation at 430 W. 25th Street starting at 5:30 p.m. The “” invites eco enthusiasts to help create a collage of the earth from upcycled mixed materials.

New Yorkers looking to get their hands dirty can head to Staten Island’s Kids Week: Earth Day Native Planting at the Blue Heron Nature Center. The day will be highlighted by a guided nature hike focusing on plants and pollination.

“Don’t forget to take home your planted seed to,” organizers advise on the event homepage.

New Yorkers who prefer sand to dirt can celebrate Earth Day in Queens. arts and crafts highlight the festivities at Shorefront Parkway and Beach 73rd Street, which start at noon and end at 3 p.m.

Earth Day began in 1970 and has since grown annually with . The event was first celebrated 54 years ago Monday when 100,000 New Yorkers gathered in and around Union Square Park for the largest nationwide gathering of its kind, according to the Museum of the City of New York.

The event’s 2024 theme is “” Organizers hope for 60% reduction in the production of plastics by 2040.

Those who can’t take time out to celebrate Monday are welcomed to join environmentalists at Alfred E. Smith Playground for a starting Tuesday at 2 p.m.

“Our Earth Day Event will be a day filled with cleaning our field, planting new plants and meeting new people for our neighborhood,” according to the New York City Department of Parks & Recreations, which is also organizing that event.

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