SUNDAY, APRIL 21: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine. The DragonStar Metaphysical Gallery and Learning Center in Savage presents an Earth Day Celebration and earth-healing ceremony at Centennial Park. This features a day of workshops for the healing of the planet and individuals. Information: 792-2551.
SUNDAY, APRIL 21: 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Earth Art Gallery at Savage Mill presents an Earth Day program ofactivities, featuring a musical performance and earth-blessing ritual by Linda Talbott, "Voices from the Earth and Sky" environmental artexhibit by gallery artists, informational tables, children's storiesand projects, and more. Information: 604-2202.
SUNDAY, APRIL 21: 10 a.m. kickoff. The Youth for Environment and Service organization (YES) has scheduled several Earth Day programs at The Mall in Columbia, featuring tree plantings, "Save our Stream" workshops, guided nature hikes, telephone book recycling between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., storm drain painting and clean-up campaigns. Information: 313-6690 (days), or 997-0572 and 992-7550 (eves).
APRIL 22-26:10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Howard Community College's Galleria will display an exhibit of environmental art works featuring more than 30 works by students and area residents. The show will be judged by Tara Moore, artist, writer and filmmaker, and Jane Winer, HCC assistant professor of art. The Galleria is located in the Science and Technology Building. There is no admission charge. Information: 992-4896.
APRIL 21-30: April has been designated "Tree-mendous Month" by Gov. William Donald Schaefer. County residents are encouraged to plant trees. Coordinators are available to help groups or individuals organize tree plantings. Farmers can receive financial help for tree plantings. Information: 974-3776.
APRIL 27: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fifth annual Howard County Garden Festival at Howard Community College features educational exhibits, lectures by guest representatives from non-profit environmental organizations, demonstrations, children's gardening and horticulture program and beekeepers. Information: Georgia, 531-6324.