Dekalb County is postponing this weekend's Earth Day activities because of the possibility of bad weather.
Patch checked with the City of Decatur to see what they're planning to do.
Cheryl Burnette of the Active Living Department said Thursday morning that nothing has been postponed. In an email, she said,
I am still hoping for good weather. Earth Day and Touch A Truck are still on at this time. We will cancel Touch a Truck sometime Friday morning if it looks bad for Saturday, and Earth Day will go on unless there is lightning and thunder. Maybe we can dance in the rain and celebrate the rain that gives our earth plants and life.
From the site ,www.decaturga.com Come on out to the annual Touch A Truck event Saturday April 21
This event is for children of all ages. It gives them a chance to touch, and see up close their favorite truck or vehicle. The City of Decatur and DeKalb County will have fire trucks, dump trucks, tractors, police cars and motorcycles, bicycles and many other vehicles on display.
New this year: Ride your bicycle to the event. Decatur Police will be on hand to register your bicycle. In the event that it is lost or stolen, registration will aid in its safe return.
This event will be held in the Callaway Parking Lot, 120 West Trinity Place from 10am until 1pm. The event is free to the community.