The City of Palo Alto is teaming up again with the Tuolumne River Trust and other community groups for the Great Race for Saving Water.
The belated Earth Day festival and 5K fun run and walk, which aims to raise awareness about water resources and conservation, will take place on Saturday, April 30, at 9 a.m. at the Palo Alto Baylands Athletic Center, 1900 Geng Road.
There will also be food, free bike repairs and tune-ups by Repair Café and Earth Day activities hosted by water agencies, local nonprofits, businesses and environmental organizations.
Last year, more than 350 adults and kids turned out for the event.
The event is sponsored by City of Palo Alto, Tuolumne River Trust, Palo Alto Weekly/Palo Alto Online, KEEN, Project Enybody, Repair Café, Lunchbots, Fleet Feet, Hobee's, Acterra, Racing Hearts, Safeway, Canopy, Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency, Sustainable Silicon Valley, Girl Scouts, Wasche, Inc., Kiwanis, Environmental Volunteers and individual community members.