The Sustainable Living Fair celebrates 16 years “at the head of the sustainable living and lifestyle movement in the Rocky Mountain region,” on September 12 and 13. The fair, which draws more than 10,000 attendees from around Colorado, will take place at the Old Fort Collins Heritage Park (Northside Aztlan). The event will feature 150 exhibitions and 50 workshops including green living, sustainable and local agriculture, and renewable energy. There also will be acclaimed keynote speakers, including Rodman Schley of Urban Conversion, and Kathleen Baumgardner, co-founder of the FoCo Café, Fort Collins’ very first non-profit, community first restaurant. The event also features local food, beer and beverage vendors, as well as live, local music and entertainment. For more information, please visit sustainablelivingassociation.org/sustainable-living-fair and to learn more about the SLA, visit sustainablelivingassociation.org.
Do you know a kid that has talent? Here’s the perfect place for them to showcase what they’ve got and find out if they are really star material. The Fort Collins Kiwanis club is proud […]
One of the world’s premier sitar players is coming to Northern Colorado this November! Roop Verma is an internationally respected sitarist, composer, and accomplished teacher of Indian classical and sacred music. The Sitar is the […]