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Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival 2019

Sep 30, 2019 07:50PM
The 8th Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival will take place this year on October 26, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Armory Park, in Downtown Tucson. This free, family-friendly event is Tucson’s premier celebration of sustainability, highlighting community organizations and companies that are working to create a resilient future in our desert Southwest.

The event is designed to be as much a community expo as it is a festival. There will be lots of opportunities to discover best practices for resiliency at home and in our community, with the many and varied aspects of sustainability represented by nonprofit organizations, government agencies, educational programs, local businesses and others with a strong earth-friendly message. Attendees can plan on finding ways to get involved personally and to share ideas and experiences. There will be a wide variety of fun and creative activities for all ages, along with short talks on key issues, musical entertainment and great local food.

Armory Park is easily accessible by public transportation, with plenty of shaded space for exhibit booths and interactive activities, some indoor space for talks and demonstrations and lots of sun for solar demos and electric vehicles.

Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival 2019 will provide a showcase for many of the exciting actions going on right now in our community—and around the state. It will offer ideas and opportunities for the public to get more involved in creating a sustainable, resilient future for us all. With lots of fascinating participants, this will be a true celebration of Tucson’s extensive and multifaceted sustainability community.

For more information, visit EnvisionTucsonSustainable.org or find Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival on Facebook for up-to-date details.

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