Save the Date for Celebrate Mesa on April 13

March 26, 2024 at 10:20 am

Mesas free, family-friendly spring party in the park will celebrate Earth Day with fun activities for people of all ages. Celebrate Mesa takes over Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St., on Saturday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The event celebrates Earth Day with a Living Green Village featuring multiple vendors showcasing a wide variety of ways our community can be green and sustainable and help Mother Earth. Residents attending Celebrate Mesa can learn about tree planting, composting, recycling household items and new energy efficiency incentives available to homeowners. With the Citys new Trees are Cool tree planting challenge, master gardeners will have a seed planting activity and the City of Mesas Solid Waste Department will have a recycling education booth.

New this year at Celebrate Mesa is an 18-hole miniature golf course and a Ninja Warrior Obstacle course. The farm animals of Celebrate Mesas fan-favorite petting zoo are back! Children can also enjoy carnival games and rides, bounce houses, face painting, stilt walkers, Encanto characters and the splash pad and water wall at Pioneer Park. There will also be food trucks, live music and many more fun activities for the whole family.

City departments will have booths with information and interactive activities for children. The Mesa Police Air Unit and a Mesa Fire and Medical Department vehicle will be on display.Free raffle prizes will be available at the Info booth. Admission and parking are free, but there is a $5 fee for unlimited access to the carnival rides.

Celebrate Mesa is made possible by the City of Mesa; Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities; Mesa Recycles; Foundation for Mesa Parks and Recreation; AT&T Fiber; Renewal by Andersen; Semper Fi Heating & Cooling, VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center of Arizona, Amazing Kidz Pediatric Dentistry, and Legacy Traditional School.

Celebrate Mesa aligns with Mesa City Councils strategic priorities of Neighborhoods and Placemaking, Strong Community Connections, Sustainable Environment and Community Health and Safety. For more information, visit

Video from prior years of Celebrate Mesa is available.