Help make “LOVE” and break a record this weekend
RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) — This weekend you get a shot to help break a Guinness Book record, at the 21st Earth Day Richmond Festival, down at the 17th Farmer’s Market.
The Enrichmond Foundation has partnered with a bunch of businesses and organizations to try and break the Guinness World Record for the largest recyclable structure on Earth made from aluminum cans.
They hope to collect 110,000 cans and turn them into the largest recyclable “LOVE” sculpture ever created.
The effort will be unveiled on Saturday, April 26th during the official Earth Day Richmond Festival in Shockoe Bottom, at the Farmer’s Market.
Read more about the festival here.
Donate your cans throughout the month of April, and then come to the Earth Day Richmond Festival in Shockoe April 26th to witness Guinness World Record history.
Drop off your empty aluminum cans at one of these participating locations across the city:
17th Street Farmers Market
River City Recycling
The Pig and Pearl
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
Whole Foods in Short Pump
The Market in Shockoe
Proper Pie Co
The Byrd Theater
Black Hand Coffee
The Market (Farm Fresh)
Seven Hills School