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ECO Roadshow 2013

2013 marks the birth of the ECO Roadshow –

Banner_eco roadshow

Grand County Colorado’s own Sustainability Fair. Infinite West will be collaborating with Cooper Creek Square to bring you live entertainment, sustainability education, puppet shows for the kids, and other fun activities.

The ECO Roadshow is a collaborative sustainability event, bringing environmentally conscious businesses and non-profits together with the public for the purpose of education for all ages. The event is being held in conjunction with a Solshine Music Festival weekend and is designed to promote a Greener Grand County.

2-4 Live Music with Afro-Pop Ensemble, Nokuthula

Cooper Creek Square will be providing and funding a stage with local musicians and entertainment!
NOKUTHULA 2

11-1 Rocky Mountain Puppet Show

These puppet characters by ventriloquist Meghan Casey come to life! The show promises to be a magical and totally realistic interaction between Meghan and her characters. Expect to feel good and laugh a lot. This puppet show will feature an ecological and planet-friendly theme.
MEGHAN CASEY

1-2 Magician

11-4 Sustainability Education Booths & Demonstrations

Infinite West is coordinating educational booths & vendors, with the intention of raising awareness on sustainability issues & strategies, as well as promoting Green Business in Grand County. We will draw from local resources, as well as bringing in outside technologies and advocates to show in the event.
COOPER CREEK KIDS

Thank you to our ECO Roadshow Sponsors!

2013 SPONSORS

Infinite West is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located at the headwaters of the Colorado River in Grand County, Colorado


How to Grow Vegetables in Grand County

Free Guidance on Growing Vegetables in Grand County
DATE Every Tuesday
TIME 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm MDT
WHERE Granby Community Gardens
Morales Park at Grand Meadows
Garnet Ave. between 4th & 6th St.
EVENT DESCRIPTION Garden Site Mentoring by Farmer Carol.
Covering the subjects of the vegetable gardening seasons. Questions and answers.
All levels of gardeners are welcome to come and share their knowledge and experiences.
CONTACT PHONE 970-887-3621


Community Gardens Potluck

Local gardeners come one come all!

WHERE: Mtn. Parks Electric Meeting Room
WHEN: Monday May 16th 6:00 p.m.
WHY: Meet fellow local gardeners and eat great food
WHAT: Pot Luck – Bring your favorite dish to share

Grand Community Gardens and CSU Extension will be there to answer any gardening questions you may have.

(The chance to win a door prize of a raised garden bed will be available)

Grab your fork and shovel and let’s Dig In!

Pot Luck Flyer