We Need Your Help for the 3rd Annual Huntington Sustainability Fair May 20


Save the date now for the 3rd Annual Huntington Sustainability Fair, Saturday, May 20 in Huntington’s Central City. 

PARTICIPANTS WANTED: Area crafts persons, artisans, farmers/growers, organizations, businesses, and more are invited to participate in our event. We charge a nominal fee of $20 to set-up a booth. These funds will help us fund this and next year’s event. 

VOLUNTEERS: We need you! The community is encouraged to take part. We are in great need of helping hands leading up to and on the day of the fair. 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, a sponsor, or hosting a participant booth, workshop, or demonstration, please contact us.

Mark your calendar now and do plan to come out with family and friends for this fun, free and informative event. Join us from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 20 at The Wild Ramp and the Charles Holley Gazebo, on 14th St. W, in Huntington’s antique district.  

Join the event on Facebook here. Invite your friends!  

We’ll have live local music, local artisans, exhibits on sustainable issues, hands-on demonstrations, family friendly activities and more.

The Huntington Sustainability Fair project is a cooperative effort by Marshall University Sustainability Department, the Wild Ramp, Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA Area, the City of Huntington, OVEC (the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition), the Old Central City Association, and many more.

To make a tax deductible donation to support Huntington’s annual Sustainability Fair, please mail your check or money order to:
Marshall University Sustainability Department
1 John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755 

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