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**Kids 16 and under gain free entry. Seniors and Military receive a discount at the door. Students receive free admission on Friday and receive a discount on Saturday and Sunday at the door. Mothers gain FREE entry all weekend. Happy Mother's Day!
Hours: Friday: 12pm - 6pm; Saturday: 10am - 6pm; Sunday: 10am - 5pm
This marks the 12th Green Festival at the D.C. Convention Center. Washington, D.C. earns top rankings for public involvement in environmental policies, and features some of the most advanced green building laws in the country.
Join the Green Festival Marketplace by exploring over 250 exhibitors, learning from over 50 inspirational speakers, indulge in some delicious vegan or vegetarian food and learn all you need to know to live a more sustainable lifestyle! SHOP.TASTE.ENJOY
Location: D Hall
Parking: Click here for a map of parking spaces near the convention center. We encourage show attendees to take advantage of public transportation wherever possible. Check out routes and ticket information from the DC Circulator here.
Exhibit with us and receive the extra value and benefit of automatically being placed into the brand new Green Festival Online Store. With Green Festival Expo's digital community, buyers can browse through seller showrooms to discover new products.
Take a stand against Monsanto and GMOs.
We march to be seen.
We chant to be heard.
We educate to be understood.
For more information and to RSVP for this event on Facebook:
Pitt March Against Monsanto
Join us for a day of family fun following the March Against Monsanto, Pittsburgh!
Listen to speeches given by:
-Organic local farmers
-Family of Vietnam veterans that were exposed to Monsanto's Agent Orange
-Learn about GMOs, how to avoid them, and why buying organic food is better for your health and the health of our planet
-Enjoy live, local musical talent and a variety of naturally minded vendors.
Come out and learn how we can come together to make a vibrant, healthy, sustainable community or to show your support, input, and passion to all of those who already believe in the beauty of this vision!
For more information and to RSVP on facebook visit the event Food Freedom Festival and Pitt March Against Monsanto
find us on facebookat : stcloudmarchagainstmonsanto
JOIN us in Olympia, WA, for the 4th Annual GLOBAL #MarchAgainstMonsanto
This is a family-friendly event. Rain or shine. Gather at 11:00am on the front lawn of the State Capitol Campus off Capitol Way (between 11th & 14th Sts.), as we've done in the past. Bring signs and wear costumes (e.g., bees, butterflies, flowers, animals from Olympia's April 23 Procession of the Species, etc.). We will rally and share information related to GMOs and toxic chemicals used in agriculture, and then we will march down Capitol Way from the Capitol to the Olympia Farmer's Market and back.
Note: If anyone is unable to walk the full route, you can take the free Dash shuttle back to the Capitol.
Want to help? We need your help! Looking for volunteers to join the organizing team and for folks willing to help out at the rally & march on May 21st. IF YOU CAN HELP ORGANIZE OR SET UP FOR THIS EVENT, PLEASE PRIVATE MESSAGE THE HOSTS. Thank you!
Parking/Transportation: Parking on the Capitol Campus and metered street parking in downtown Olympia (all around the Capitol campus) are free on Saturdays. The FREE Intercity Transit DASH Shuttle runs up and down Capitol Way on Saturdays: http://www.intercitytransit.com/traveloptions/dash/pages/default.aspx
FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/542041145966784/
Please come join us, bring the kids, dress up in costume, get your faces painted, bring your signs, listen to some great music, local food and farming resources and tons of information on keeping your family green and healthy. Check the event page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/813190678825001/ and if you would like to volunteer contact Amber!
The "SAFE" Herbicide that is Making Us All Sick" will be presented by Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist, M.I.T. Glyphosate may play an important causal role in the increased incidence of a multitude of diseases and conditions, including autism, ADHD, Alzheimer's, depression, gut disorders, sleep disorders, obesity, liver, and kidney disease, pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer, and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
1:00p.m. 1500 Allen St, Springfield, Ma 01118
This is a family friendly parade and we are there to help spread awareness about GMOs. There are still plenty of people who don't know what they are eating. We are taking it to Main Street small towns to make sure that everyone knows just what they are eating and can make informed decisions. We would be happy to have input from people who have parade experience. If we have enough people I will have my car (it is electric) in the parade and I can carry 3 more people. I'm hoping we can have a float, but I'll need help with that. Please do not RSVP unless you will be there. More hands are always welcome as we have tons of things to pass out.
Come and help promoted Moms Across America and celebrate in Hartland's Hometown Celebration! We will be marching for Food Freedom and passing out information to help families learn about food, GMOs, pesticides and health.
START TIME- Meet 10 am and step off at 10:30 am
START PLACE - general area, is Marconi and Fair Oaks Blvd by Milagro Center.
Last year we were the first unit in our division which met on Panama Avenue almost at the corner with Palm Drive to decorate our car - across from Thrift Town parking lot and behind Fliptastic. 5945 Palm Drive is the corner building. We line up on the left side of Panama Avenue facing the corner, as it is quieter. Call me 916 715-2731 to find us. Locations might change!
Float crew is needed to decorate. If you have a truck or tractor or trailer for us to decorate, we'd love to know.
END PLACE - at Manzanita and Gibbons, by Bel Air Market, or Elk's Club on Gibbons.
If a short march is your choice, then you might like to just stop and pass out flyers to the crowd at any point along the way!
You can park your car at the end, at Bel Air Market.. and shuttle back to the start before the parade.. Or park by Fliptastic.
Good walking shoes, sun hat and water are essential. We'll have fliers and banners.
Join us in Carmichael or sign up to lead a Sacramento area parade closer to you and I will be happy to assist you in getting started leading one of these parades:
the Red, White and Blue parade in Citrus Heights to Sunrise Mall..
Nevada City 4th of July parades.
Sign up on Moms Across America to form your unit or join another unit
March to save the bees, to save the children and to save the planet!
Whichever your nontoxic cause for our community, join us!