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.
The founder of the non-profit suicide prevention organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), Jamie Tworkowski, will be visiting CSU’s Lory Student Center on Friday, May 20 from 3-5pm. TWLOHA strives to prevent suicide […]
SEE-I, a reggae band featuring members of the Thievery Corporation, will be visiting the Aggie Theatre on April 1. SEE-I has made a name for themselves on the East Coast (they’re based out of Washington, […]