April 25, 2015

The Village Green, Northbrook, Illinois

Earth Day 2015 was recognized this past Wednesday, but this weekend Northbrook will celebrate a-bit-belated Earth & Arbor Day event.  While participating in on-going fun, you’ll also find environmentally-conscious ways of conserving energy and saving money.  The Northbrook Village Green will bustle with activity as visitors join in the festivities.

The day begins at “The Green” with a Community Clean-up effort followed by touring up to 50+ exhibits. All participants will arrive with the same cause in mind … promoting Earth-friendly ideas and concepts to implement at home or in your business. Expect to acquire valuable information on weatherization measures, renewable energy ideas, resources for regional organic farmers, and environmentally-friendly products that can be used in our daily lives.  Live music will be provided courtesy of local musicians.  There will also be an abundant amount of food available for purchase.  Bring the children to enjoy activities including a live reclaimed wood sawmill demonstration and much more.

The Earth & Arbor Day commemorative event is free for all attendees.  So, this Saturday, don’t miss the opportunity to help clean up “The Green”, prior to enjoying the exhibits, games, food, and live entertainment.  This special occasion will be fun for the whole family and offers solutions for a brighter tomorrow!

Where: The Village Green, Northbrook, Illinois

When: Saturday April 25th from 9:30 AM-1:30 PM

For more information regarding the Earth & Arbor Day event, please click here.

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
RE/MAX Villager

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