The Green Neighbors Faire


Join your neighbors as we share resources and teach each other ways to make our homes, neighborhoods and communities safer, healthier, more resource efficient and more fun!

– Take part in hands-on skill building workshops

– Connect with public and private organizations that have practical information you can use

– Learn from panels hosted by local experts

When: Saturday, March 3, 2012; 11am to 2:30pm

Where: First United Methodist Church,  1376 Olive Street


– food preserving
– edible landscaping
– seed starting
– backyard chicken keeping
– rainwater collecting
– disaster preparedness
– composting
– bike repair
– and lots of other subjects

Youth Activities

– school gardening

– conservation projects
– poetry
– cooking demonstrations

Food and Drinks

– food carts will be located in the parking lot during lunch
– coffee cart will be available all day
– free snacks inside

From 10:00 to 11:00 am, noted author Richard Heinberg will speak on “Transitioning After Growth – Connecting, Community, Economy, Energy, & Environment.” A donation of $5-10 is suggested to support Richard’s talk.

To help pass the word about the Green Neighbors Faire, please forward this message to friends and family members. I hope you will join me and your neighbors at the Faire.

For a Detailed Schedule and Map of the building, see below this email. If you cannot view the map or schedule, please visit this web address:

Presented by: The Neighborhood Leaders Council Committee on Sustainability

Contact Cary for more information: 541-686-5562