City Postpones Annual Earth Day Cleanup

However, the Recycle Run is on whether it rain, snow or shine.

Due to yet another spring snow storm, the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board has postponed its annual Minneapolis Earth Day Clean-Up event, which was scheduled for Saturday, April 20.

However, the Recycle Run on Sunday will take place in rain, shine or snow. According to the MPRB:

The Recycle Run on Sunday, April 21, will take place rain, shine, or snow. The run was created to support sustainable park projects including the Earth Day Clean-Up. The event takes place around beautiful Lake Harriet in south Minneapolis. The 5K Run begins at 9am and is a chip-timed event. Participants are encouraged to bring their used running shoes and shirts. Items will be collected and recycled. More information can be found at www.minneapolisrecyclerun.com.

Individual park cleanups will take place throughout the coming weeks. Information regarding the makeup events can be found on the MPRB website at minneapolisearthday.com.

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