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Green Festival This Weekend, Interpreters Available

September 17, 2013 in Community Events

ENJOY THE GREEN FESTIVAL!

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Washington, DC – Saturday Sept. 21 & Sunday Sept. 22

***On-Site ASL/English Interpreters & CDI will be provided at the ASL booth, near registration. First Come, First Serve. Need to see a speaker in a small stage presentation? Just let Deanna know in advance. CDI for Deaf-Blind & Close Vision, contact Deanna Tilden in advance as possible at dtilden@greenamerica.org.

Green Festival®, a joint project of Green America®, Global Exchange and Messe-Stuttgart. We are celebrating what’s working in our communities – for people, business and the environment. Join us at the nation’s premier sustainability event in DC for 2 days filled with the best in green! Great for all ages! http://read.uberflip.com/i/165792.

• 125 renowned authors, leaders & educators

• 300 eco-friendly businesses in a unique marketplace.

• Stages, Green Kids Zone, Fair Trade, Green Building & Renovation, Renewable Energy, Home & Garden, Green Jobs & Careers, Eco Arts &  Crafts, Organic Food, Bodywork, Eco-Fashion Show, Green Pets, Community Action, Organic Clothing, Green Media, Yoga, Eco-Travel, Responsible Investing, Ford Pavilion, DIY, and More.

• Delicious, organic, vegetarian cuisine

WHERE: Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

TIME: Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 11am-5pm.

WEBSITE: http://www.greenfestivals.org.

A Free Weekend Pass, www.greenfestivals.org/dctickets13. Enter code – DCGREENFEST2013. Age under 18 is free.

It’s fun, educational activities. Come and learn resources to support our environment, people and the planet.

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