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Who will be there?

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The Growing Green Festival features a large and exciting diversity of exhibitors on August 17 in downtown Bridgewater.  Exhibitors will be set up on King St from 10:00am to 3:00pm.  Learn all about sustainability from the people who know it best!  Our street fair also wraps around the Bridgewater Farmers' Market, which takes place concurrently with the festival and features a wide and exciting variety of fresh produce,meats, eggs, and prepared foods from local producers.

 

Street fair exhibitors this year will include:

 


Food, Product & Service Vendors

Atlantic Currants 

Bear Cove Resources

Bullfrog Power

Elsewhere Permaculture

Helping Nature Heal, Inc

Imagination Creations Jewelry Plus

LaHave River Credit Union

Neck of the Woods Handmade Soap

Nodding Group

Norma Smith, Basket Weaver

Roadway Cafe


Sustainability Educators 

Active Transportation Committee

Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation

Bridgewater Heritage Advisory Committee

Bridgewater Garden Club

Council of Canadians (South Shore)

Farmworks Investment Coop Ltd.

Lunenburg Queens Baby Friendly Initiative

Municipality of the District of Lunenburg

Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture/Lunenburg Queens Federation of Agriculture

Region 6 Solid Waste

Saltrock Farm

Sexual Health Centre for Lunenburg County

South Shore Public LIbraries

United Way

Windhorse Farms

What can I learn?

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The many sustainability educators at the Growing Green Festival have a wide diversity of steps toward sustainability for you, no matter where you are on your journey. You will learn about the many services and products offered “close to home” by knowledgeable and committed people working to help you take the next step in developing sustainable practices at home, at work, and at play. You will also have many opportunities to engage in conversation and activities with educators and local organizations that are part of a network focused on developing and integrating the many different and equally important ways to sustain a healthy environment, community, and economy. 

 

Information for Exhibitors

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We still have a few spaces left! Contact Elisabeth Bailey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for an application or call the festival office at 531-4390. We will be assigning final spaces very soon, however, so act fast!