As most people know, Earth Day is coming up in just a few weeks! Elicia Ratajczyk and Carly Greto of EVstudio have been participating on the planning committee for the organization of the 21st Annual Mountain Area Earth Day Fair at the Evergreen Lakehouse which is scheduled from 10am to 4pm on Saturday April 24th. The event is free and will also feature E.A.S.+Y (Evergreen’s Alliance for Sustainability) and all of the activities that they are currently involved in! Please join Elicia, Carly, and Kacy from EVstudio along with all of the other members of E.A.S.+Y to celebrate Earth Day 2010!
The following is the official press release from the Planning Committee:
Celebrate Earth Day 2010 at Evergreen Lake
During this year’s Earth Day Fair, the Evergreen Alliance for Sustainability, or “E.A.S.-Y”, will help our Mountain community understand sustainability in its full definition of the “triple bottom line” which includes: the environment, social networking, and economic stability.
Join us at the 2010 Earth Day Fair from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, April 24 at the Evergreen Lake House, 29614 Upper Bear Creek Road. Shuttle Parking is available at theWulf Recreation Center. Admission is free and open to all ages.
Over 50 federal, state, and local agencies, nonprofit organizations and businesses will present up-to-date information on critical issues, making it one of the largest and most popular Earth Day Fairs in the state. Numerous activities are planned for children.HawkQuest will present its live raptors, thanks to funding by the Colorado Foothills World Affairs Council, the Montessori School of Evergreen, the Mountain Area Democrats, the Association of Energy & Environmental Real Estate Professionals, and the Mt.Evans Group of the Sierra Club. While you are at Evergreen Lake be sure to visit the historic Warming Hut home to the Evergreen Nature Center operated by Evergreen Audubon and attend presentations by invited speakers on a range of topics from green building to living with wildlife.
For more information on the Earth Day Fair go to www.evergreenaudubon.org, call 720-219-7165 or visit Earth Day & Beyond on Facebook.
Earth Day & Beyond is sponsored by the Evergreen Park & Recreation District, the Evergreen Newspapers, the Evergreen Audubon Society and the Mt. Evans Group of the Sierra Club.
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