Going Green Matters Fair in Wilmette




The 12th annual Going Green Matters Community Fair will take place from noon to 4 p.m., March 11, at the Michigan Shores Club, in Wilmette. Those looking for ways to live more sustainably can find practical options for their home, garden, dining, recreation and transportation needs at this fun fair for all ages. The fair is sponsored by Go Green Wilmette and the village of Wilmette.

       Visitors can record their own experiences at the “What’s your Green Story?” booth, join the One Sky Project and nosh at a solar-powered food truck after checking out the latest electric and hybrid cars. Other highlights include booths from national and regional environmental organizations, an energy bike and a free LED bulb. Household batteries and bicycles, working or not, can be recycled.

Free admission. Location: 911 Michigan Ave., Wilmette. For more information, visit GoingGreenMatters.org.

 

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