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The premier earth-friendly event in Seminole County featuring live music with the Hindu Cowboys, homemade popsicles, sustainable living exhibits, free rain barrel and tree giveaways, craft stations for children, recycled art exhibit, gardening demonstrations, chair massages, giveaways, Central Florida Zoo exhibit, and more!
The City of Casselberry, Casselberry Friends of the Park and Keep Seminole Beautiful have joined together to bring Seminole County’s largest Earth Fest 2013 event. Come out and enjoy this FREE environmentally friendly festival that will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. at Lake Concord Park in Casselberry, FL. There will be live music from the Hindu Cowboys as well as other local folk musicians, educational presentations, loads of children’s activities, green vendors, great food, a recycled art exhibit and something for all ages!
During Earth Fest 2013, the event will officially open with a reading of a proclamation by Mayor Glancy celebrating Arbor Day. As part of the festivities, there will be a 100 FREE Tree Giveaway and tree planting demonstration performed by a local expert Certified Florida Master Gardener.
The mission of Seminole County’s Earth Fest 2013 is to bring awareness about protecting our environment, creating clean energy and reducing our carbon footprint. As part of this important mission. Throughout the day, numerous fun activities will expand your mind through eco-friendly sights, sounds, and kid-friendly activities. The six areas that will educate, encourage and empower citizens to create a sustainable community include the Green Vendor Area, Green Transportation and Energy Area, Educational Fun Zone for Kids, Entertainment Area, Recycled Art Exhibit at the Art House and the Food Court.
Admission to Seminole County’s Earth Fest 2013 is free and the event is open to the public. So bring your family and friends and pick up a few pieces of litter as you walk, bike or drive your hybrid to the latest environmentally safe, eco-friendly event in Seminole County. For more information, call 404-262-7700, extension 1507, or visit the website at www.casselberry.org/earthfest.