EarthFest: Waterfest Gone Green

Posted by Rebecca Carter on Mar 9, 2007 in Events | 3 comments

MiamiearthI’m very excited to announce that greenerMIAMI is on the planning committee for what is going to be an awesome Earth Day celebration. On Sunday, April 22, mark your calendars to attend EarthFest: WaterFest Gone Green. It will take place in Crandon Park (North Beach) on Key Biscayne (map) from noon – 8pm. We’ll have a day long of music (including the Spam Allstars), an eco village, and tips on how to green your life.

If you would like to be on the EarthFest planning committee, please contact us and we’ll point you in the right direction. We’re also open to hearing suggestions and ideas! (And we could use some people that are really into the concept to help us take it to the next level.)

If you are a green vendor or organization and would like to have a booth in our eco-village, we’d also like to hear from you! If you’d like to see more details on guidelines and suggestions for booths, as well as the booth application form, use the following links to download the documents.

Download EarthFest Booth Details (.doc)

Download EarthFest Booth Application (.doc)

3 Responses to “EarthFest: Waterfest Gone Green”

  1. Has Greener Miami noticed in Coconut Grove how many street signs are planted into the sidewalks and swales?
    Along Main Highway, there’s one about every ninety feet or so.
    I got Code Enforcement to look into the parking lot in the middle of the residential neighborhood on Tigertail Ave.
    Hopefully, it will result in the pavement being taken up and grass being replanted.

  2. Is it just me or is there quite a lot of green events in your area right now? *be green with envy, haha*

  3. ;) Miami was a little behind the times, and is trying to make up for lost time! It’s going great here, and I’m excited about the changes!

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