GREENFest Brings Greener-Life Message to Town Square | Environment
Living a greener life will be the focus of a festival going on this weekend at Town Square.
The Nevada Conservation League will be celebrating Earth Day with the third annual GREENFest. The festival is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. It is free and open to the public. The event will include live music from Recycled Percussion, a recycled fashion show, an art contest, green vendors, a farmer’s market and interactive displays on energy and water conservation.
"There is so much amazing work happening to conserve and protect our environment in Southern Nevada and the Southwest," said Scot Rutledge, NCL executive director. "We're going to have some fun while celebrating our successes and learning from each other."
There will also be a collection point for all kinds of recyclable items, including old electronics, magazines, newspapers, steel cans and glass. There will also be onsite document shredding.
There will also be a green kids’ zone with hands on displays about living a greener lifestyle.
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