5th Annual Free Green Living Fair will be held Saturday, Nov. 3by Pima County News on Oct. 29, 2012, under Environmental Quality, Health, Pima County, Solar Energy, Southern Arizona, Sustainability and Conservation, Tucson
Visit the FREE 5th Annual Green Living Fair on Saturday, November 3, and learn how to save money while conserving resources. The event is being held at the HabiStore at 935 W. Grant Road, ¼ mile east of I-10, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Enter for a chance to win an iPad at the Fair and enjoy solar-powered live music provided by “Dr. Solara and the Fossil Fools.”
“This event is a great way to discover ideas to save on utility bills in a fun, low pressure environment,” said Terry Dee, Director of the Habitat for Humanity HabiStore. “And many of the exhibitors will have activities for families to participate in so, hopefully, everyone will leave with new ways to be even greener in their life.”
Over 25 exhibitors will help you realize ways to save energy and the environment through water harvesting, organic gardening, recycling, sharing surplus items, alternative driving options, planting trees, maintaining your vehicle, and much more. From the Automotive Services Association to the Metropolitan Energy Commission and Tucson Organic Gardeners to Living Streets Alliance, your questions about saving money while living a healthier and more sustainable life will be answered.
Check out the Pima County Public Library’s Book Bike and take home a free book or bring a book to swap at the Freecycle book exchange. Tame the grease monster in your drain by bringing your grease to the Green Living Fair for recycling. And don’t forget to shop for new and gently used home furnishings and home improvement items at the HabiStore — the store that builds homes and changes the world one sofa at a time.
The Green Living Fair is brought to you by the Pima County Environmental Quality’s Clean Air Program, Pima Association of Governments, Habitat for Humanity’s HabiStore, Mrs. Green’s World, and the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department.
For more information visit HabitatTucson.org or call the HabiStore at 889-7200.