WHEN: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 from 10AM – 2PM
WHERE: Wellington Webb Municipal Building Atrium, 201 W. Colfax Ave.
WHAT: Each year, Denver’s Earth Day Fair showcases local businesses, organizations, and agencies that practice or provide environmentally-friendly and sustainable services and products. Take an extended lunch break and stop by the fair! Visit the exhibitors to learn about innovative environmental projects taking place
Thanks to our partners at Denver Solid Waste Management and Denver Recycles for helping us make this a Zero Waste event by providing recycling and composting services. You can find simple, 1-page references by clicking on Denver Recycles Guide and Denver Composting Guide.
WHO: Denver’s 2014 Earth Day Fair is FREE and open to the general public. We especially encourage residents, employees, teachers, and students in or near downtown Denver to stop by the event.
There is NO COST for exhibitors to participate in the event, but space is limited. Please note: Nothing can be sold at Earth Day Denver. We ask that only exhibitors who practice or provide environmentally-friendly and sustainable services and products apply.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, March 14th.
DID YOU KNOW?
April 22, 2014 marks the 44th anniversary of the grassroots fair that inspired a nation to reflect upon the Earth and their impact on it. Each year, the City & County of Denver hosts an Earth Day Fair to educate and engage Denver residents about the ways that we can protect our natural resources for future generations and to celebrate innovative sustainable technologies and businesses.
For general Earth Day Denver event questions, please contact Andy Rees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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