Discover Sustainable Solutions for Daily Living at the Sustainable Living Festival
A Family Event for Everyone
With Ideas for Your Home, Garden, Finances, Health plus
Kids Zone, Fashions, Beauty Products, Guitars, Cars, etc.

Saturday, May 16th from 10 am – 3 pm
4 Municipal Way, Wellesley (next to Firehouse)

Come to the Sustainable Living Festival on Saturday, May 16th for an informative and exciting day. Children of all ages and their parents will have fun and engaging experiences as they discover new ways to live more sustainably.

A variety of exhibits include:
·         Family activities
·         Home design, improvement & building ideas
·         Fashions
·         Recycled musical instruments
·         Investment recommendations
·         Electric and hybrid cars
·         Gardening, harvesting & landscaping experts
·         Non-Toxic health & beauty products
·         Lighting recommendations
·         Beekeeping

Learn many simple ways to live more sustainably, in one fun festival.

Fascinating 10 minute presentations. Check for exact time slot for these presentations.

Sustainable Investing – Divestment & Alternatives
Low Energy Design Opportunities for Your Home
Home Harvesting Ideas
Designing Beautiful and Productive Edible Gardens
Solar Information
Address Your Inner-Blue – Volunteer with the New England Aquarium
Mindful Parenting:  Building The “Life of Good Health” Trust Fund for Your Kids
Why We Need Labelling of GMO Foods
Reusing Building Materials & New Earth Friendly Materials. Its a Win-Win
Why Change the Fixture When You Can Just Change the Lamp?

Kids Zone:
Children can climb on the Light Plant’s trucks, repair a simulated outage, and see the lights and wires that light up the town
Use your energy on a bicycle to power up lights
Observation hive
Interactive solar-learning activities
Activities on Energy Efficiency
Seed planting and identification games
“Make your own Dragon” activity
Solar panel exploration
Make your own see-thru composting container

The event is free, and open to the public, and co-coordinated by Wellesley Municipal Light Plant, Sustainable Wellesley and Green Needham.