The free event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The fair is sponsored by the The Three Birds Foundation, a nonprofit that “develops renewable energy initiatives that engage and inspire students, thus creating a culture of curiosity and environmental stewardship.” The fair is part of the Green Apple Day of Service, a worldwide initiative that is dedicated to growing the green schools movement, says the Three Birds Foundation.
Bring a picnic lunch or purchase food from Gordon’s Grill. There will be free wagon and carousel rides all day.
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