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We invite you to exhibit your "green and sustainable" products and services or to promote your earth-friendly message to the public, free of charge. All groups are welcome.
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The Green Fair Folk Festival is a free family-friendly event that promotes a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. In 2013, we hosted over 53 exhibitors featuring organic foods, renewable energy, green building, recycled/green art, fashion, eco-gifts, earth-friendly products, holistic health and much more!
Entertainment for all ages
After an event such as the Green Fair, there is so much to be grateful for and so many people to thank. So, thank you! Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the gift of a beautiful day and the opportunity to welcome our friends and neighbors to St. Francis Convent, to build relationships and share a bit our Franciscan charism.
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Our desire is to provide information and ideas of how we can all make differences that will benefit our earth.
As a business member, educator, artist or non-profit group, we invite you to exhibit your "green and sustainable" products and services or to promote your earth-friendly message to the public at this event, free of charge. You'll have a chance to connect with residents in our area who are looking for ways to adopt more eco-friendly lifestyles and consumer choices.
Education/Promotion of environmental values
Energy efficient/renewable energy
Conserves/protects water and/or air
Less toxic/Plant based products
Locally/Regionally produced products
Reduces waste; durable/reusable items
Health & Wellness
Food (Examples: organic and/or local food vendors that will serve food to the public at the festival. If prepared on site, you must have a food vendor permit through Morrison County Public Health.)