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Photos: EcoFest at the NewBo City Market

EcoFest, billed as the Corridor’s “major Earth Day celebration,” attracted people of all ages to participate in educational activities on Saturday

Hudson Stemme, 7, of Minneapolis, touches an otter pelt at the Linn County Conservation table Saturday during EcoFest at the NewBo City Market in southeast Cedar Rapids. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

Maliye Igram, 8, gets henna drawn on her hand Saturday during EcoFest at the NewBo City Market in southeast Cedar Rapids. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

Cedar Rapids City Arborist Todd Fagan gives advice during EcoFest at NewBo City Market Saturday in Cedar Rapids. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

Ecofest was held on Saturday at the NewBo City Market. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

Veterans for Peace member Bob Sprengeler of Cedar Rapids speaks with EcoFest participants at the NewBo City Market on Saturday. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

An EcoFest attendee points to the map on the Linn County Trails Association table during EcoFest at NewBo City Market Saturday. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)

Cedar Rapids residents Judy Winter (left) and Ron DeChristopher prepare to mark a card indicating the biggest concern they have about the environment at the Indivisible table during EcoFest at NewBo City Market Saturday. (Amir Prellberg/freelance)