10th Annual Recycled Arts Festival
Festival Info and event schedule

Free shuttle

Bike parking with Bike Clark County

Biking directions to the Recycled Arts Festival

 

Video below shows highlights of a past Recycled Arts Festival

 
 

The Recycled Arts Festival is an official event of the Portland Rose Festival.

Rose Festival logo
 
 

The Recycled Arts Festival is brought to you by Clark County Public Health - Environmental Outreach.

We need volunteers!

The Recycled Arts Festival is not possible without the help of our volunteers. Be part of this great community event! Volunteer for a shift (or two) and get a festival t-shirt, water bottle and, if you work at least 3 hours, you'll get a voucher for lunch at one of our food carts!

You can volunteer here or, if you have questions, contact Hana at Hana.Marino@Clark.Wa.Gov or call 360-397-2121 ext. 7344.

NEW for this year! Read to find out how YOU can get involved!

procession of the species

The Procession is a celebration and parade that seeks to bridge the arts, the environment, and our local community. As a celebration of art, it involves citizens in a creative process affirming art's place in the forum of public expression. As a celebration of species, it awakens public sensibilities to the issues surrounding environmental awareness and protection. As a celebration of community, it enhances the exchange between local schools, local government, businesses, and civic organizations. Find out more details about our First Annual Procession of the Species!

Register for free workshops beginning in May where you can create your own Procession mask or costume. If you would like to host a workshop, volunteer or get involved with the parade, please contact us!

Get involved or for more information:
Clark County Public Health
Jill.Krumlauf@clark.wa.gov
(360) 397-2121 x 7342

Bring your water bottle/reusable mug and enter to win!

Show your water bottle/reusable mug at the information tent and you'll be entered to win a fabulous prize, courtesy of Waste Connections!

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