Temple University is focused on ensuring the health and safety of our community members, and campus and Arboretum visitors. The university is taking several measures to keep everyone safe amid the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
On March 12, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced that all Montgomery County schools, including universities, would be closed for two weeks. In accordance, Temple University Ambler closed on Thursday, March 12.
Regretfully, Temple University Ambler and Temple Ambler EarthFest Presents must take the necessary measure of postponing or rescheduling, where possible, all events and programs through the end of the spring semester.
The welfare of our visiting students, teachers, chaperones and exhibitors is our top priority. With the size of EarthFest Presents: Celebrating Earth Day, it is an event that, unfortunately, cannot be rescheduled. We are already planning Celebrating Earth Day 2021 and look forward to you being a part of it.
Bring Your School to Celebrating Earth Day
What would you like to learn today?
At Celebrating Earth Day, students, teachers, and visitors spend a rewarding, educational day at Temple University Ambler celebrating the importance of protecting the environment and preserving their future.
We’d like to invite you and your students to be a part of Celebrating Earth Day. The event, sponsored by Temple University Ambler, will be held rain or shine, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ambler Campus. In the event of inclement weather, we’ll move everything indoors!
Register for Celebrating Earth Day
In order to provide the most enriching educational experience for our visitors, attendance at EarthFest Presents: Celebrating Earth Day will be capped at about 1,500 students ranging from K-5. Each school is asked to register no more than 100 students. Register early as space is limited! Middle and high school students are invited to become part of the event as exhibitors!
Make a day of it - bring a bagged lunch or purchase food at Celebrating Earth Day! To visit, all you need do is fill out a schools registration form. There is no fee to visit EarthFest. Learn more about Registering for Celebrating Earth Day.
Exhibit at Celebrating Earth Day
Don't just visit Celebrating Earth Day, become a part of it! At Celebrating Earth Day, high schools, middle schools and elementary schools are invited to become exhibitors. Exhibiting is free for all schools. Please note that Celebrating EarthFest will include a maximum of 50 exhibitors, so space is limited. Learn more about exhibiting at EarthFest.
Tips for Attending Celebrating Earth Day
There is a lot to see and do at Celebrating Earth Day. Here are a few handy tips to plan your day!
In order to make Celebrating Earth Day as enjoyable as possible, we would like to provide you with the necessary information for travel and parking ahead of time. Please read the following tips and share them with the other teachers/chaperones on your bus. Learn more about parking at Celebrating Earth Day.