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The Countdown Continues...

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Well now we have only FIVE days remaining until the ECO CHIC Craftacular hits town! Just ONE of the many reasons to visit our debut is the FREE lineup of fabulous workshops. Here is a listing of those being offered:

Saturday May 16

1pm Eric Marlow Kids Area Eco-Crafts http://www.recyclabits.com/ Indoor lobby Workshop area
2pm Chris with Little Square Farm Rain Water Harvesting http://www.littlesquarefarm.com/ Outside Workshop Area
3pm Mary, Franklin Soil and Water Conservation Composting basics Outside Workshop Area
4pm Casey, B1 Bicycles Bike Maintenance 101 http://www.b1bicycle.com/ Outside Workshop Area

Sunday May 17

1pm FLOW How to keep your Olentangy River Clean and Safe http://www.olentangywatershed.org/ Outside Workshop Area
2pm Jeremy, One20 Farm Worm Composting 101 http://www.one20farm.com/ Outside Workshop Area
3pm Angie Palmer, Skye Public Relations Social media: Your eco-friendly marketing tool http://www.skyepublicrelations.com Indoor lobby Workshop area

It's not to late to join us if you would like to present a workshop with an environmentally relevant theme. Contact us to add your insights and help educate the public in an area so vital and timely. Visit the offical website to make arrangements: http://www.columbuscraftacular.com

Now, to keep the vibe going, here are five ECO facts for your consideration (read previous blog entries for more facts):
1. The average American consumes five times more energy than the average global citizen.
2. U.S. drivers use 43% of the world's fuel to power 5% of the world's cars.
3. The average home contributes more air pollution that does the average car!
4. We each use about 12,000 gallons of water every year.
5. Approximately 5 million tons of oil produced in the world each year ends up in the ocean.


Molly said...

Ooh I'm interested in the rain water harvesting... gotta keep that water bill in check this summer! ^_^

Tamara said...

As one of the vendors, I want to thank you for all of your hard work on the Eco Chic Craftacular event. From the marketing to the setup to the music, you did an AMAZING JOB!

Thank you for a great success!


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