The 2014 Evanston Green Living Festival – presented Saturday, September 27, 9am to 3pm at the Evanston Ecology Center – will offer attendees of all ages a “one stop” opportunity to experience the latest in green products, services, and ideas. This year’s event includes a showcase for the Evanston Livability Plan, 80 exhibits by green businesses and organizations, live music, and delicious food.
But children will also have an extra special time this year with a variety of activities designed to engage and educate them:
- Family canoeing. Canoe rides will be heading out on the North Shore Channel every 30 minutes. (Canoe Launch)
- “Meet the Critters” and Coloring. Meet the incredibly popular full-time resident “critters” of the Ecology Center face-to-face or practice coloring skills on “Livability” icons. (Animal Room)
- Bubbles. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to create fantastic, flying bubbles! (Kids’ Activities area)
- Owl Pellets. Learn about the unique and fascinating way that owls process their food.(Kids’ Activities area)
- Tree Cookie Crafts. Decorate and take home your own tree cookie. (Kids’ Activities area)
- Free Family Bicycle Rickshaw Rides. There’s no better way to experience the beauty of the Ladd Arboretum. (Front driveway)
- The NU Tiny House. Tour the compact, sustainably designed 128 sq. ft. house built by Northwestern students. (McCormick Blvd side of Eco Center)
Don’t miss this opportunity to bring your kids to this wonderful environmental community event where they can be active, have fun, and learn – all at the same time. See you at the festival!
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