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The Big Green!

The Big Green! A community festival with Sustainable Seattle

Tomorrow!  Tuesday, August 13, 2013 - 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Event Location: 
The Hunter Farm Gathering Place

7744 35th Ave NE
United States
See map: Google Maps

The Big Green! August Greendrinks is hosted by BECU in partnership with our buddies Sustainable Seattle. This is an outdoor community festival! Bring the kiddos. We’ll have a generous smattering of local green organizations, a beer garden, food trucks, music run on solar power, and ice cream kept frozen by solar power. Exciiiiting!

Sustainable Seattle
Wilridge Winery
Living Earth Institute
Mighty-O Donuts
National Wildlife Federation
Community Power Works
Seattle Tilth Master Composters
Silicon Energy
Caravan Crepes
American Farmland Trust
Eat for Equity
Finnriver Farm & Cidery
Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways
Renewal by Andersen of Seattle
Jeff Skierka Designs
Patty Pan Cooperative
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Sustainable Northeast Seattle
ING Financial Partners
Cascadia Edible Landscapes

Musical Performances sponsored by American Music!
Adam Simon
Michael Streng
Julian Stocking, of William Tell & His Southern Belle

Thanks to CleanScapes for sponsoring waste management for us!

Plus our 2013 Greendrinks sponsors, of course:
Snoqualmie Ice Cream
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Keeney’s Office Supplies
Chaco Canyon Cafe

As usual, we suggest a $5 donation at the door. Parking is available, but alternative transportation is encouraged! There will be bike parking aplenty. Click here to plan your trip to the event using Metro’s Trip Planner.

Go SMALL! Join other Greendrinkers at a Green Lunch every Friday after Greendrinks. We have a cool doohickey that matches people up by location.

Here’s a huge shout-out, too, to our 2013 sponsors, The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co, Snoqualmie Ice Cream, Keeney’s Office Supplies, Tonnemaker Family Orchard, HonestTea, The Essential Baking Company, and Chaco Canyon Cafe!

Please help us reduce waste – even compostable waste – by bringing your own mugs, wine glasses, and the like. Compostable cups will be available for a $5 suggested donation.


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