About POSC/Overview

The Three Rules

Mission To empower communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration.

Giving the natural world a greater presence in our streets... Find Your Moment In The Miracle! ~ Go Outside! ~ Embrace Wild Places!
Be The Procession!

Created by the community for the community, the Procession of the Species Celebration is a joyous, artistic pageant, embracing the languages of art, music, and dance to inspire learning, appreciation and protection of the natural world. Filling downtown Olympia's streets with wonder and joy every year since 1995, the Procession has been on pause since 2020 due to the pandemic. In 2024, the Procession will once again partner with the City of Olympia's Spring Arts Walk Weekend, April 26 & 27, 2024, bannered with the theme, "The Rise of Reflection."

Thanks to the support of the City of Olympia, studio space will be available at the Olympia Armory Creative Campus March 1 through April to create celebratory art for the 2024 Procession of the Species. The Procession program facilitates seven weeks of art, music, and dance workshops - all of which are open to the public. Our aspiration is to inspire local action for wildlife protection.

The Procession is powered by over 100 community volunteers who create and produce the pageant with administrative organization by Earthbound Productions. On the day of the Procession, residents don their creative expressions and proceed through the streets of Olympia in masks and costumes, carrying colorful banners, windsocks, and giant puppets. Olympia's Procession has evolved into the Puget Sound's largest annual Earth Day event.

And you are invited! Learn how to get involved, by clicking on the link in the right-sidebar.


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