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FREE Earth Day Festival in Austin – April 22





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Come out and enjoy the Greener Choices Earth Day Festival in Austin on Tuesday, April 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy all the festivities at this all-day celebration of Mother Earth. FREE hands-on activities for kids. $5 suggested donation, plus two cans for food bank. Reserve your FREE ticket here. ACC Riverside Campus, 1020 Grove Blvd, Austin.

Activities include:

  • Free admission for participants ($5 suggested donation/2 cans for food bank)-Save time on having to register at the festival by pre-registering now to get your tickets and be entered into a drawing to win prizes!
  • Keynote speaker- Former Austin mayor and sustainability advocate Will Wynn.
  • Green technology, community exhibitors, and a variety of speakers on different energy/sustainability topics

Workshops including

  • “How to Build an e-Bike”sponsored by Taylor High School’s Blade program,
  • Solar 101, Electric Vehicles 101, Algae Fuels, Grassoline, and more!
  • E-Bike and Ride area
  • Solar-powered stage
  • Electric Vehicle/Alternative Fuels Vehicle Showcase
  • Children’s area for hands-on learning with renewable energy and science based activities
  • Open-Forum Speaker Panels: including sustainability topics such as Sustainability Education, Protecting our Natural Resources, Transportation, Sources of Energy and a Bicycle Technology panel.
  • Zero-Waste event through Balcones Resource Management
  • Live music and artists, comedy, yoga/exercise area
  • Green food court with healthy foods and farmer’s market booths.
  • Networking area with leading green technology businesses, educational institutions and the public

 

 

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