Due to inclement weather, the Trenton Community Day and Watershed Cleanup will be hosted at George Page Park/Hetzel Field on Saturday, May 21st from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Those who attend will be able to learn more about the health of the Assunpink, what is being done to protect it, and what they can do to speak out about issues impacting themselves, friends and family.
The event will bring awareness and education about the Assunpink Creek to the Trenton community. Volunteers will help in stream cleanup along the Assunpink in George Page Park (from 9 a.m. to noon). There will also be informational and fun tables run by Artworks Trenton, The Watershed Institute, Urban Promise, Isles, Delaware River Keepers, and Clean Water Action (from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.).
The event was planned in partnership by Artworks Trenton, East Trenton Collaborative, NJ Future, The Watershed Institute, Trenton United Family Foundation (TUFF), Urban Promise, The City of Trenton, Delaware River Keepers, and Clean Water Action.
Musical performances from Show Tyme and Devoura Wise will provide a soundtrack for the day.