People attending the Earth Day festival in South Park ride the Kansas Riverkeeper on the grass following the Earth Day parade on Saturday.
Lawrence resident Leo Zavarse holds up his daughter, Zacha, a 6-month-old, while parade-goers make their way to South Park for Earth Day festivities on Saturday.
Earth Day parade participants Parker Alberding, 5, left, and Emmy Easley, 8, bang on the musical back end to Richard Renner's Recycle Cycle before the start of the Earth Day parade in downtown Lawrence.
Richard Renner, Lawrence, works to get his Recycle Cycle ready to roll for the Earth Day parade. The parade route ended in South Park, where a festival continued throughout the afternoon.
Spectators gather on Massachusetts Street in downtown Lawrence to watch the Earth Day parade make its way to South Park on Saturday.
Girls in Daisy Troop 215 promote Earth-friendly messages.
Lawrence’s Earth Day parade, including a float from the Lawrence Coalition for Peace and Justice, makes its way down Massachusetts Street on Saturday. Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970.