Earth Day Bash at the Children’s Museum of Houston


Canstruction Houston spotlights Children’s Museum’s eco-friendly celebration with larger-than-life sculpture made of cans

Saturday, April 23

Reduce! Reuse! Recycle!

Spring into action and celebrate the wonders of the world during our Earth Day Bash.

Discover ways to make a difference, and practice protecting the planet we call home.

Picture Courtesy of Children’s Museum of Houston


  • Can-struction Houston, Inc.: Abel Design Group and Booker T. Washington High School students will demonstrate how to build a CanSculpture.  The cans will then benefit the Houston Food Bank.
  • Trees for Houston: Take home free tree seedlings and tree cartons to decorate (while supplies last).  Texas Wildlife Association:  Participate in a wild presentation of skulls and skins.
  • Environmental Protection Agency: Learn how to protect our planet during an interactive demo.
  • Plantable Seed Paper: Make a piece of paper out of recycled newspaper at EcoStation.
  • Community Art: Paint a strip of repurposed cardboard to display in the Alexander Art Academy.
  • Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! Play this game and learn how to help the environment at EcoStation.
  • Earth Day Fans: Create a wonderful work of art out of recycled materials at Junktion.
  • Speak for the Trees:  Create a unique work of environmental art at Junktion.


  • Tues. – Sat.:  10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sun:  Noon – 6 p.m.
  • Included with general Museum admission:  $12 per person.
  • For more information, visit or call (713) 522-1138.

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