Save the date and plan to join us on Saturday, May 21 for the second annual Huntington Sustainability Fair, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Old Central City.
Activities will unfold in and around the Wild Ramp and the Charles Holley Gazebo in the 500 block of 14th St West. Coordinators Denise Poole and Eve Marcum-Atkinson encourage everyone to come learn, listen to live local music, and have fun.
The Sustainability Fair is free and open to all. It’s a cooperative effort by Sustainable Living for WV, the Marshall University Sustainability Department, the Wild Ramp, OVEC, the Old Central City Association, Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District, Tour DePATH and many more.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED: Area crafts persons, artisans, farmers/growers, organizations, businesses and more are invited to participate in our event. We charge a very nominal fee of $20 to set-up a booth. These funds will help us fund this and next year’s event. To participate in our event, visit: www.HuntingtonSustainabilityFair.com.
VOLUNTEERS: We need you! The community is encouraged to take part. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit: www.HuntingtonSustainabilityFair.com.
Tour DePATH will again offer its annual bike ride along the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health. This year, the meet up is at 10 a.m. at the Sustainability Fair . The Marshall University Cycling Club will lead three route options: 4 miles, 10 miles, and 26 miles. There is no fee, and community cyclists of all ages are invited to participate. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Donations will help make this year’s fair a success. Please mail your check or money order to Sustainable Living for West Virginia, P.O. Box 2206, Huntington WV 25722. You can also contribute online at www.HuntingtonSustainabilityFair.com and www.sustainablelivingforwv.org.