Gulfport Goes Green Festival: bigger and greener than ever

[image-1]If your green curiosity is at an all time high, definitely go and check this out. Make sure to get the full experience, bring some books and clothes to swap and sit and listen to the local music and various speakers!


The next street fair will be on Saturday, August 22nd. Make sure you mark your calendars now for some free family green fun!


To learn more about the festival, please check out the Gulfport Goes Green festival website.


To learn how to become a green vendor at this fun festival, please go here for Vendor Information.


Don't forget to check out our Green Community Calendar for the latest local green events!

If you have not heard of the Gulfport Goes Green Festival, you will likely soon enough. This monthly street festival has truly gained momentum with their green efforts towards this small Pinellas community. Not only do they have local artist displays and great food, they have also gone a step further and introduced other green services such as computer recycling, dead/dying battery recycling, clothing and book swaps. It has even been noted that the Florida Blood Services has been there on more than one occassion.

This monthly festival, which occurs on the fourth Saturday of each month from 10am-5pm, focuses on green and healthy living, as well as eco-consciousness and sustainability. The best thing is, it is free to the public and all ages are encouraged to attend.

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