Each fall First Unitarian Universalist church opens its doors from 10 am to 4 pm to welcome the public to its building. Our goal is to make sure that everyone who attends will leave our building knowing at least one small change they can make to their daily life that will help maintain and sustain our environment. We wear green, think green and eat green. This is a family friendly celebration that showcases eco-stewardship and eco-innovation. Food, music, eco-demonstrations, children’s activities, vendors of upcycled and recycled products, advocacy groups, and environmentally aware art is all a part of this amazing day. We welcome exhibitors and vendors from any organization that provide products and/or services which contribute directly to environmental sustainability. For more information, contact the church.
EcoFest is inspired by the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Statement of Conscience on Environmental Justice and our seventh principle: “We affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
There will be more info on the Ecofest website.