How will you be spending your Saturday ? Sitting on the couch, watching TV, and eating chips? Or would you rather be walking around Monona Terrace, tasting locally-grown food, watching cooking demonstrations, and learning about an eco-conscious life? Grab the kids, grab your friends, and leave the car at home when you head on over to Isthmus Green Day tomorrow!
This all-day celebration of the environment starts at 9 a.m. and runs through 5 p.m., these hours brimming with fun and informative talks, presentations, and exhibits.
Learn what you can do to get your kids eating healthier at home and at school at a discussion featuring both dieticians and regular moms. Take that extra step toward a sustainable lifestyle by learning how to make your own solar cooker. Take a deep breath and relax at a presentation by the Chakra House about self-healing and personal energy awareness. And loosen up and get ready to laugh with the Fabulous Beekman Boys as they explain how their lives changed after moving from Manhattan to a farm in upstate New York.
There's so much to see and learn at Isthmus Green Day, a family-friendly event that offers plenty of fun for the kids, including the IsthmusParents.com Play Zone presented with Aldo Leopold Nature Center, African Youth Outreach, Friends of the Zoo, and MSCR, and even a special visit from Friends of the Zoo.
Tickets will cost $5. Children under 12 will receive free admittance. Guests will also receive free admittance if they bus or bike to the event. Park your bike with the Saris Cycling Group / 20 by 2020 Bike Valet at the Olin Terrace entrance on Wilson Street.
Isthmus Green Day sponsors include Saris Cycling Group, GHC, Whole Foods, Organic Valley, Calvert Funds, La-Z-Boy, Aldo Leopold Nature Center, and MSCR. Media sponsors include WKOW-TV, Triple M, Charlie FM, and WOLX.
Be sure to text GREENDAY to 30364 for deals, info and updates on Isthmus Green Day.
Changing the world has never been this easy or this fun! Make sure to visit the fourth-annual Isthmus Green Day at the Monona Terrace on Saturday, April 16, and let Mother Earth know you care!